Roy Cooper
Governor (D)
$38,034,345Total Donations
$36,425,039Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$14,307,180.59 NC Democratic Leadership Committee "Ncdlc" ENTITY
$1,370,219.00 North Carolina Democratic Party - Building ENTITY
$1,001,148.43 Aggregated Individual Contribution INDIVIDUAL
$70,000.00 Lamar Advertising Company ENTITY
$36,670.07 First Citizens Bank ENTITY
$21,600.00 Lonna and Richard Harkrader INDIVIDUAL
$21,600.00 Lynn and David Stevanovski INDIVIDUAL
$20,900.00 Edward P and Susan L Norvell INDIVIDUAL
$16,600.00 John William Harris II INDIVIDUAL
$16,371.05 Nancy and Ronald P Edgerton INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$28,899,773.89 Gmmb Inc ENTITY
$1,981,242.00 Skdknickerbocker ENTITY
$579,112.10 Putnam Partners LLC ENTITY
$561,863.99 RWT Production LLC ENTITY
$489,274.37 Lamar Street Communications LLC ENTITY
$447,569.99 Nexus Strategies Inc ENTITY
$380,791.91 ADP as Depository for Payroll Taxes ENTITY
$367,630.69 Vantiv LLC ENTITY
$306,507.49 Potomac Waves LLC ENTITY
$289,800.36 Seward Square Strategies ENTITY
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