Roy Cooper
Governor of North Carolina
$2,829,054Total Donations
$1,770,330Total Expenditures
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Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$268,162.06 Aggregated Individual Contribution INDIVIDUAL
$224,973.45 Gmmb Inc ENTITY
$161,379.25 North Carolina Democratic Party - Building ENTITY
$17,800.00 Windward Strategies Inc ENTITY
$7,000.00 Judith T Carpenter INDIVIDUAL
$6,200.00 Landon G Zimmer INDIVIDUAL
$6,200.00 Stephen B Hill INDIVIDUAL
$5,700.00 Vickie F Stephenson INDIVIDUAL
$5,300.00 Robert B Jordan III INDIVIDUAL
$5,300.00 Sarah C Jordan INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$354,891.07 Nexus Strategies Inc ENTITY
$341,664.59 RWT Production LLC ENTITY
$102,381.14 Gps Impact ENTITY
$98,424.28 ADP as Depository for Payroll Taxes ENTITY
$93,037.93 Caroline Hall ENTITY
$77,628.58 Windward Strategies Inc ENTITY
$51,300.00 Anzalone Liszt Grove Research Inc ENTITY
$51,205.58 Horace E Nix ENTITY
$45,200.96 Ces Mail Communications Inc ENTITY
$42,865.00 Carol Enters List Co Inc ENTITY
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