Mark Robinson
Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina
$5,655,416Total Contributions
$3,462,859Total Expenditures
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Financial Activity
Top Contributors
Total Contributions
$423,040.95 Aggregated Individual Contribution INDIVIDUAL
$30,000.00 NC Republican Council of State Committee ENTITY
$8,600.00 Scott Braswell INDIVIDUAL
$7,700.00 Julee Efird Sewell INDIVIDUAL
$7,700.00 Rickie Day INDIVIDUAL
$6,600.00 Charlotte M Mott INDIVIDUAL
$6,600.00 Darrell Hardin INDIVIDUAL
$6,600.00 Marilyn Thomas INDIVIDUAL
$6,400.00 Aaron Thomas INDIVIDUAL
$6,400.00 Alan Pugh INDIVIDUAL
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Top Payees
Total Expenditures
$613,612.76 Conservative Connections ENTITY
$545,951.05 Whillier Group Inc ENTITY
$406,385.84 Winred Technical Services LLC ENTITY
$245,000.00 Arena Mail & Digital ENTITY
$178,801.15 People Who Think LLC ENTITY
$148,944.53 Planet Direct Mail ENTITY
$132,788.75 Image Direct LLC ENTITY
$126,472.94 Event Strategies Inc ENTITY
$124,442.56 J Books Services Inc ENTITY
$119,468.90 Targeted Victory ENTITY
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Top Personal Contributions

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