North Carolina Finance Summary
The 2020 General Election was on November 3rd
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Political Profile

North Carolina Government:

Governor: Roy Cooper (D)

Lieutenant Governor: Mark Robinson (R)

Attorney General: Josh Stein (D)

Secretary of State: Elaine F. Marshall (D)

Commissioner of Agriculture: Steve Troxler (R)

Commissioner of Insurance: Mike Causey (R)

Commissioner of Labor: Josh Dobson (R)

Superintendent of Public Instruction: Catherine Truitt (R)

State Treasurer: Dale Folwell (R)

State Auditor: Beth Wood (D)

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Campaign Finance Snapshot
Total Contributions
Candidate Contributions
PAC Contributions
Total Expenditures
Candidate Expenditures
PAC Expenditures
Top Candidates
CandidateTotal DonationsTotal Expenditures
Roy Cooper $40,863,399.51$38,195,368.75
Josh Stein $12,429,878.22$12,197,739.47
Dan Forest $11,743,221.22$10,057,629.39
Phil E Berger $4,889,656.45$5,016,123.66
Timothy K Moore $4,301,263.90$4,466,090.24
Tess Judge $3,511,986.75$2,285,960.78
Terri LeGrand $3,465,146.61$2,941,688.50
Rachel Hunt $2,580,474.49$1,963,065.92
JD Wooten $2,478,620.60$2,137,371.25
Harper Peterson $2,402,236.03$1,644,209.02
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Top PACs
PACTotal DonationsTotal Expenditures
NC Democratic Party - State $38,366,892.43$25,770,802.24
NC Democratic Leadership Committee "Ncdlc" $21,922,782.00$21,728,032.70
North Carolina Republican Party $18,069,416.49$17,927,611.44
Citizens for a Better North Carolina $15,925,450.00$16,592,064.57
North Carolina Senate Majority Fund $12,058,387.08$17,467,059.11
Wilkes Republican Party $10,271,365.50$55,738.30
Beyond Carbon Victory Fund (Closed (Pending)) $8,793,580.33$8,763,843.66
Marsy's Law for North Carolina LLC $8,642,093.23$8,642,093.23
Citizens for a Better NC Senate $7,992,832.70$9,867,131.54
A Better NC $5,190,000.00$4,565,978.69
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