Kirk Cox

$5,641Cash on Hand
$4,853,464Total Donations
$4,709,289Total Expenditures
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Top Donors
Total Donations
$321,000.00 Kirk Cox ENTITY
$282,883.50 Republican Party of Virginia Inc ENTITY
$217,103.11 Aggregated Unitemized Cash Contributions INDIVIDUAL
$135,000.00 Virginia Shelter Corporation ENTITY
$127,500.00 Dominion Energy Inc PAC - Virginia ENTITY
$92,500.00 Charlotte and Gilmer G Minor III INDIVIDUAL
$86,160.85 Virginia Beer Wholesalers Association PAC ENTITY
$66,646.98 John O Wynne INDIVIDUAL
$62,936.04 Altria Client Services LLC ENTITY
$50,000.00 Commonwealth First PAC ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
$872,185.00 Flexpoint Media Inc ENTITY
$474,022.15 Creative Direct LLC ENTITY
$321,030.00 Kirk Cox ENTITY
$205,060.00 Prime Media Partners LLC ENTITY
$175,500.00 Joseph Yost ENTITY
$175,000.00 James LeMunyon ENTITY
$136,381.00 Critical Mass Digital Media ENTITY
$114,702.26 Republican Party of Virginia Inc ENTITY
$111,500.00 Scott Lingamfelter ENTITY
$91,830.70 Kelly T Gee INDIVIDUAL
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