Phil E Berger
North Carolina State Senate District 30
$2,793,569Total Donations
$2,808,660Total Expenditures
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Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$84,994.02 North Carolina Senate Majority Fund ENTITY
$20,800.00 Maria C and Robert L Luddy INDIVIDUAL
$15,600.00 Edward J Brown III INDIVIDUAL
$15,500.00 Ann B and James Goodnight INDIVIDUAL
$15,400.00 Brian L McMurray INDIVIDUAL
$12,900.00 Max R Joyner INDIVIDUAL
$12,800.00 Elaine and Steve A Wordsworth INDIVIDUAL
$12,000.00 Piedmont Triad Anesthesia PAC (Closed) ENTITY
$11,500.00 Louis William Billy Sewell III INDIVIDUAL
$11,400.00 John Stephen Vanderwoude INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$2,098,364.42 North Carolina Senate Majority Fund ENTITY
$72,513.27 Relyus Printing ENTITY
$72,165.00 Hearst Tower Charlotte ENTITY
$55,734.50 WFMY TV ENTITY
$42,438.42 Southern Creative Resources LLC ENTITY
$39,015.00 WGHP TV ENTITY
$38,987.28 Acquire Digital LLC ENTITY
$37,935.81 Nationbuilder ENTITY
$36,000.00 Berger Law Firm ENTITY
$36,000.00 YPD Properties LLC ENTITY
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