While campaign finance is not the only factor in electoral outcomes, successful fundraising can provide a candidate with advantages during a campaign. Fundraising can also indicate party momentum.
Ohio Secretary of State
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|$81,535.12||Ohio Republican State Central & Executive Committee State Candidate Fund|
|$26,700.00||Jason S Lucarelli|
|$23,200.00||Heather L Wrightsel|
|$22,900.00||International Union of Operating Engineers Local 18|
|$22,500.00||Thrive Companies PAC|
|$18,000.00||Gayle and Donald A Oeters|
|$17,500.00||John G Richardson|
|$17,400.00||Ohio Laborers District Council PCE|
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|$100,000.00||Strategic Media Placement Inc|
|$73,000.00||Red Brick Strategies|
|$41,073.77||Right Digital LLC|
|$31,326.69||Strategy Group for Media Inc|
|$22,592.65||Qwestcom Graphics Inc|
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Top Personal Donations
From reports filed by the recipients of these funds, it appears these transactions originated from personal rather than campaign accounts.
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|$10,700.00||Frank Larose||Larose for Ohio|
|$5,000.00||Beer & Wine PAC|
|$2,000.00||Richard Michael DeWine||Dewine Husted for Ohio|
|$1,000.00||Teamsters Local Union 377 drive Fund|
|$1,000.00||David Yost||Dave Yost for Ohio|
|$1,000.00||Thomas Patton||Friends of Tom Patton|
|$500.00||Ohio Merchants Committee|
In Ohio, state-level candidates and PACs have spent $58,235 from their campaign accounts on services from the United States Postal Service in the 2022 election cycle so far. USPS received 0.1 percent of all $71.4 million in reported expenditures.
In Ohio, state-level candidates have raised $39.6 million between Jan. 1, 2021, and Apr. 13, 2022. Democratic candidates have raised $9.5 million and Republican candidates spent $29.4 million.