Ohio Republican State Central & Executive Committee State Candidate Fund
Ohio Committee
$33,733,493Total Contributions
$52,028,896Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Contributors
Total Contributions
Name
Type
$4,107,500.00 Republican Senate Campaign Committee (Rscc) ENTITY
$2,241,119.98 Ohio House Republican Alliance (Ohra) ENTITY
$1,702,000.00 House Republican Campaign Committee (Hrcc) ENTITY
$704,537.87 Frank Larose ENTITY
$700,000.00 Bob Cupp ENTITY
$490,000.00 Jay Edwards ENTITY
$405,000.00 Keith Faber ENTITY
$286,313.24 Albert B Ratner INDIVIDUAL
$277,000.00 Larry Householder ENTITY
$268,783.10 Susan B and James A Haslam III INDIVIDUAL
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Top Payees
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$7,702,285.07 Richard Michael DeWine ENTITY
$5,768,312.52 Majority Strategies LLC ENTITY
$3,830,449.13 David Yost ENTITY
$1,962,520.88 King Strategic Communications Inc ENTITY
$1,953,408.73 Republican Senate Campaign Committee (Rscc) ENTITY
$1,560,118.24 National Payment Corporation ENTITY
$1,555,470.00 Red Maverick Media LLC ENTITY
$909,237.59 Strategy Group for Media Inc ENTITY
$795,602.13 Rightrain LLC ENTITY
$698,923.76 Frank Larose ENTITY
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