Timothy K Moore
North Carolina House of Representatives District 111
$5,959,526Total Donations
$5,109,260Total Expenditures
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Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$32,400.00 Ronald P Jackson INDIVIDUAL
$32,000.00 Leigh Jeffreys Fanning INDIVIDUAL
$31,900.00 Duke Energy Corp PAC ENTITY
$31,600.00 Brian L McMurray INDIVIDUAL
$31,000.00 Maria C and Robert L Luddy INDIVIDUAL
$30,744.19 North Carolina Republican House Caucus ENTITY
$27,600.00 NC Health Care Facilities Assn PAC ENTITY
$27,200.00 Anna Spangler Nelson INDIVIDUAL
$27,000.00 Allen E Gant Jr INDIVIDUAL
$27,000.00 Paul Fulton INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$1,939,500.00 North Carolina Republican House Caucus ENTITY
$1,450,000.00 NC House Republican Campaign Committee ENTITY
$391,460.86 Shook Consulting ENTITY
$268,274.48 American Express Card ENTITY
$54,647.50 Tim Moore Attorney at Law ENTITY
$51,465.98 Anedot Inc ENTITY
$49,395.98 Cory Bryson Campaign ENTITY
$30,000.00 Public Opinion Strategies ENTITY
$27,700.00 Cleveland County Republican Party ENTITY
$22,080.70 Westmoreland Printer ENTITY
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