Across all contested Republican primary elections, candidates raised $4.1 million. Incumbents raised an average of $118,454 per candidate and challengers raised an average of $14,339 per candidate.
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|$100,000.00||University City Housing Company|
|$35,000.00||Danielle and Vahan Gureghian|
|$17,000.00||Highmark PAC of Highmark Inc|
|$17,000.00||Responsible Citizens for Economic Progress|
|$17,000.00||Responsible Citizens PAC|
|$15,000.00||Pennsylvania Bankers Public Affairs Committee|
|$15,000.00||Vanessa and Zachary M Shamberg|
|$12,500.00||Mid-Atlantic Laborers' Political League|
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|$235,120.00||Mentzer Media Services Inc|
|$230,670.00||House Republican Campaign Committee|
|$87,420.04||Jfh Strategies LLC|
|$83,447.86||Capital One Bank|
|$76,484.08||MJM Strategies LLC|
|$11,000.00||Targeted Strategies Solutions LLC|
|$8,620.00||York County Republican Committee|
|$5,420.80||Kerry Kegerise ( Bair Mill Estates )|
|$5,000.00||Ann Anstine Program|
|$4,500.00||Pamela Stanley Entertainment|
This article details the five candidates in each party who raised the most money and lost their primary election. In the 2022 election cycle, 48 of 164 Republican primaries and 45 of 145 Democratic primaries were contested. The losing candidates are shown along with the percentage of the vote they received compared to the primary winner. In cases where the race was pushed to a runoff, vote percentages for both advancing candidates are included.
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