Alberta Darling

$108,138Total Contributions
$111,885Total Expenditures
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Top Contributors
Total Contributions
$4,000.00 Jennifer Hillis INDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00 Diane and Edward Zore INDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00 Kathryn M Burke INDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00 Kay And John Crichton INDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00 Mary Pindyck INDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00 Michael and Cathy White INDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00 Michael Cathy & White INDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00 Michael Schmitz INDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00 Milwaukee Police Association PAC ENTITY
$2,000.00 WI Soc Anesthesiologists PAC ENTITY
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Top Payees
Total Expenditures
$26,000.00 Cross Rhodes Strategies ENTITY
$15,406.00 Committee to Elect a Republican Senate - Seg Fund ENTITY
$11,707.38 Larry's Market ENTITY
$7,000.00 Roger Roth ENTITY
$4,500.00 Amy Loudenbeck ENTITY
$3,234.81 Alberta Darling ENTITY
$3,181.22 Milwaukee Athletic Club ENTITY
$3,000.00 Republican Party of Wisconsin - Seg Fund ENTITY
$2,754.00 WI Jewish Chronicle ENTITY
$2,400.00 Joe Ketchum ENTITY
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