Campaign finance requirements govern how much money candidates may receive from individuals and organizations, how often they must report those contributions, and how much individuals, organizations, and political entities may contribute to campaigns.
Virginia House of Delegates District 31
$527,282Cash on Hand
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|$584,899.31||House Democratic Caucus|
|$458,436.36||Democratic Party of Virginia|
|$298,103.12||Aggregated Unitemized Cash Contributions|
|$262,733.94||Clean Virginia Fund|
|$189,000.00||Emily's List Federal|
|$148,222.65||Casa in Action PAC|
|$128,934.00||American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees Afscme Federal|
|$85,000.00||Energized for Change PAC|
|$65,000.00||Sonjia S Smith|
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|$1,070,910.60||Buying Time Media LLC|
|$300,950.00||House Democratic Caucus|
|$238,956.39||Prism Communications Inc|
|$144,250.00||Democratic Party of Virginia|
|$112,097.19||Resonance Campaigns LLC|
|$56,430.93||Foundation Blue Media|
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.
New campaign finance filings for Virginia state legislative races show Democrats leading Republicans in fundraising. Between January 1, 2020, and October 21, 2021, Democratic candidates outraised Republican candidates by 143 percent.