Josh Stein
Attorney General of North Carolina
$16,714,903Total Donations
$13,305,341Total Expenditures
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Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$3,359,495.00 NC Democratic Leadership Committee "Ncdlc" ENTITY
$305,949.62 Aggregated Individual Contribution INDIVIDUAL
$254,060.32 Gmmb Inc ENTITY
$243,593.02 North Carolina Democratic Party - Building ENTITY
$32,800.00 Sonya and Robert R Stevanovski INDIVIDUAL
$25,800.00 Cary R Paynter INDIVIDUAL
$25,200.00 Louise M and Derek Winstanly INDIVIDUAL
$22,700.00 Elizabeth B Craven INDIVIDUAL
$22,300.00 Lonna and Richard Harkrader INDIVIDUAL
$21,800.00 Eliza Kraft Olander INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$9,753,120.53 Gmmb Inc ENTITY
$812,488.60 Lamar Street Communications LLC ENTITY
$328,151.27 Nexus Strategies Inc ENTITY
$258,534.70 ADP as Depository for Payroll Taxes ENTITY
$192,474.01 Sage Payment Solutions ENTITY
$156,723.00 Authentic Campaigns Inc ENTITY
$150,314.67 Eric W Stern ENTITY
$134,887.14 Ces Mail Communications Inc ENTITY
$117,407.62 Windward Strategies Inc ENTITY
$117,320.73 Anna Huck ENTITY
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Kalyn Stralow | 06/22/2022
According to the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the North Carolina State Board of Elections, North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein has raised $2.3 million and spent $546,806 between Jan. 1, 2021 and Apr. 30, 2022. Stein has raised more money than any other state-level candidate in the 2022 election cycle.
Kalyn Stralow | 06/13/2022
In North Carolina, candidates who have filed state campaign finance reports have raised $43.2 million between Jan. 1, 2021, and Apr. 30, 2022. State-level Democratic candidates have raised $12.8 million and Republican candidates have raised $17.3 million. 
Kalyn Stralow | 05/31/2022
In North Carolina, candidates who have filed state campaign finance reports spent $25.07 million between Jan. 1, 2021, and Apr. 30, 2022. State-level Democratic candidates spent $6.72 million and Republican candidates spent $9.25 million.