Republican Senate Campaign Committee (Rscc)
Ohio Political Action Committee
$5,514,097Total Contributions
$1,194,081Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$870,000.00 Matthew Huffman ENTITY
$260,142.00 Jay Hottinger ENTITY
$253,982.55 Ohio Republican PAC ENTITY
$250,000.00 Robert McColley ENTITY
$200,849.75 Kristina Daley Roegner ENTITY
$185,546.80 Nathan Manning ENTITY
$176,077.78 Theresa Gavarone ENTITY
$165,694.70 Stephen Huffman ENTITY
$156,000.00 J Kirk Schuring ENTITY
$155,045.75 Robert Hackett ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$475,000.00 Ohio Republican PAC ENTITY
$252,060.87 Washington Street Consulting LLC ENTITY
$50,859.18 Nathan Manning ENTITY
$50,000.00 Ohio Republican State Central & Executive Committee State Candidate Fund ENTITY
$45,054.29 Omni Hotels & Resorts ENTITY
$35,188.67 Media Placement Services ENTITY
$29,136.89 Team Knull LLC ENTITY
$23,000.00 Percipient Strategies LLC ENTITY
$22,932.54 Michele Reynolds ENTITY
$20,382.71 Winterset CPA Group Inc ENTITY
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