When it comes to the money in North Carolina politics, these are the names that you are viewing the most so far this year. See the top five entities in each category (Candidates, Donors, PACs, and Payees) that are generating the greatest interest in Q1 of 2021.
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|$14,307,180.59||NC Democratic Leadership Committee "Ncdlc"|
|$1,370,219.00||North Carolina Democratic Party - Building|
|$1,001,148.43||Aggregated Individual Contribution|
|$70,000.00||Lamar Advertising Company|
|$36,670.07||First Citizens Bank|
|$21,600.00||Lonna and Richard Harkrader|
|$21,600.00||Lynn and David Stevanovski|
|$20,900.00||Edward P and Susan L Norvell|
|$16,600.00||John William Harris II|
|$16,371.05||Nancy and Ronald P Edgerton|
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|$579,112.10||Putnam Partners LLC|
|$561,863.99||RWT Production LLC|
|$489,274.37||Lamar Street Communications LLC|
|$447,569.99||Nexus Strategies Inc|
|$380,791.91||ADP as Depository for Payroll Taxes|
|$306,507.49||Potomac Waves LLC|
|$289,800.36||Seward Square Strategies|
In North Carolina, the list of the top fundraisers in the state is dominated by the Governor, Attorney General, and Lieutenant Governor, each of whom reported in excess of $9.5 million in contributions. Taking his place just after those prominent statewide officeholders in North Carolina is Republican State Sen. Jim Perry.
In North Carolina, campaign donations are flowing to candidates and organizations involved in high-profile contests up and down the ballot. With state elections making headlines, it is no surprise to see large donor contributions — many from candidates self-funding their own run for office — dominating the campaign finance landscape for 2020. Here is a look at the top ten donors to state-level candidates and PACs in the Tar Heel State.