Virginia Justice Democrats
Virginia Political Action Committee
$3,754Cash on Hand
$7,676Total Contributions
$3,820Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$4,916.00 Aggregated Unitemized Cash Contributions INDIVIDUAL
$936.00 Matt Royer INDIVIDUAL
$413.66 Alexander Goyette INDIVIDUAL
$310.00 Benjamin Litchfield INDIVIDUAL
$250.00 Peter Sluka INDIVIDUAL
$200.00 Heidi Meisenheimer INDIVIDUAL
$200.00 Natalie Pien INDIVIDUAL
$150.00 Shyamali Hauth INDIVIDUAL
$150.00 Steffen Thomas INDIVIDUAL
$100.00 Jason Shelton INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$1,192.00 Krystal Henson INDIVIDUAL
$600.00 Allan Charles Chipman ENTITY
$600.00 Committee to Elect Joseph Rogers ENTITY
$500.00 Alexsis Rodgers ENTITY
$300.00 Tavarris Spinks ENTITY
$275.90 Gibson Printing Inc ENTITY
$267.25 Actblue Virginia ENTITY
$84.80 Fedex Office Print & Ship Center ENTITY
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