In North Carolina, voters cast ballots every four years to decide the future of their state. One of the rare states that selects its executive government at the same time as the presidential election, North Carolina’s elections are important for setting the stage for the direction of the state for years to come.
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|$1,068,389.90||Sage Media Planning and Placement|
|$700,369.00||Bully Pulpit Interactive|
|$364,814.32||Moxie Media Inc|
|$32,987.27||Potomac Waves LLC|
|$14,357.40||Silversmith Strategies LLC|
|$3,201.80||Resistance Labs LLC|
|$826.37||American Leadership Committee|
|$100.00||Ngp Van Inc|
|$17.15||Aggregated Non-Media Expenditure|
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.
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.