Sarah Davis
Former Official (R)
$190,883Cash on Hand
$1,270,730Total Donations
$665,584Total Expenditures
Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$235,180.00 Strategic Media Services ENTITY
$123,870.45 Neumann & Company ENTITY
$44,829.85 Maverick Campaigns ENTITY
$40,820.00 Patterson & Company ENTITY
$39,000.00 Austin Halvorson INDIVIDUAL
$30,000.00 Push Digital LLC ENTITY
$16,200.10 Norfleet Strategies LLC ENTITY
$15,578.90 Atchley & Associates LLP ENTITY
$14,288.00 Instant News Network ENTITY
$12,360.00 Certuche Faride ENTITY
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