Alex Askew

$221,533Cash on Hand
$3,596,394Total Donations
$2,336,759Total Expenditures
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Total Donations
$926,823.17 House Democratic Caucus ENTITY
$329,773.03 Democratic Party of Virginia ENTITY
$274,229.25 Aggregated Unitemized Cash Contributions INDIVIDUAL
$223,218.91 Clean Virginia Fund ENTITY
$168,705.98 Virginia League of Conservation Voters-PAC ENTITY
$140,000.00 Virginia Legislative Black Caucus ENTITY
$84,385.19 Planned Parenthood Virginia PAC ENTITY
$75,000.00 Energized for Change PAC ENTITY
$70,000.00 Sonjia S Smith INDIVIDUAL
$55,000.00 Democracy PAC ENTITY
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Total Expenditures
$1,501,253.97 Sage Media Planning & Placement Inc ENTITY
$203,564.90 House Democratic Caucus ENTITY
$113,277.02 Sb Digital Inc ENTITY
$71,476.15 More Campaigns ENTITY
$65,222.77 Divya Baron INDIVIDUAL
$59,031.18 Democratic Party of Virginia ENTITY
$57,501.25 McKenna Media ENTITY
$42,141.45 Benjamin Woods INDIVIDUAL
$26,690.99 Facebook Inc ENTITY
$20,550.00 Logan Kapil INDIVIDUAL
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Transparency USA | 12/07/2021
New campaign finance filings for Virginia state legislative races showed that Democrats led Republicans in fundraising through the election cycle. Between January 1, 2020, and November 25, 2021, Democratic candidates outraised Republican candidates by 125 percent.
Transparency USA | 11/17/2021
Elections for all 100 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates took place on November 2, 2021. Democrats lost their majority in the chamber. Republicans regained their majority, winning 52 seats to Democrats’ 48 seats. Three of the seats that changed party hands were among the five districts with the most fundraising in the 2021 election cycle.
Transparency USA | 11/01/2021
Elections for all 100 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates are taking place on November 2, 2021. Democrats hold 55 seats and Republicans hold 45 seats. There are 93 districts with both a Democratic and Republican candidate on the ballot. This is the first election cycle since 1999 with Democrats defending a majority in the chamber.