In Pennsylvania, state-level candidates and PACs have spent $2.8 million from their campaign accounts on services from the United States Postal Service in the 2022 election cycle so far. USPS received 0.53 percent of all $520.3 million in reported expenditures.
Dauphin County Republican Committee
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|$89,418.55||PA Ppl People for Good Government|
|$16,500.00||Mary Bateman Campaign|
|$14,700.00||Matt Krupp Campaign|
|$12,200.00||Patriots for Perry|
|$11,581.45||Better Government for PA|
|$11,000.00||Friends of Haste & Pries|
|$10,500.00||Pennsylvania Future Fund|
|$9,500.00||Dan Engle Campaign|
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|$132,250.00||Republican Party of Pennsylvania|
|$48,829.19||Make It Happen Events|
|$48,200.00||Joe Lahr Consulting|
|$36,000.00||Community Networking Resources LLC|
|$29,500.00||Dauphin County Leadership PAC|
|$21,321.40||Bipartisan Voluntary Public Affairs Committee of the Pnc Financial Services Group, Inc (Pnc Pac)|
|$18,073.15||Fls Connect LLC|
|$17,196.01||David A Smith Printing Inc|
|$13,250.00||Triple Crown Corporation|
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In Pennsylvania, voters head to the polls every two years to cast their ballots in important elections for the state. But how well do you know your elected officials? Could you name the major ones? Today, we’re helping you better know your prominent statewide leaders, including an overview of who supported their campaign accounts during the 2020 election cycle.