In Wisconsin, state-level candidates and PACs have spent $101,978 from their campaign accounts on services from Facebook in the 2022 election cycle so far. Facebook received 0.29 percent of all reported expenditures.
Wisconsin State Assembly District 76
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|$4,822.39||Democratic Party of Wisconsin - Seg Fund|
|$1,850.00||Realtors PAC - Wisconsin|
|$1,500.00||WI People Conference|
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|$23,766.00||Reverbal Communications LLC|
|$21,172.39||Facebook Inc / Meta|
|$13,410.00||Assembly Democratic Camp Comm - Seg Fund|
|$7,830.00||Wildfire Mail Co LLC|
|$6,730.00||Stefan Davis Design LLC|
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Top Personal Contributions
From reports filed by the recipients of these funds, it appears these transactions originated from personal rather than campaign accounts.
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|$1,000.00||Leah Spicer||Leah Spicer for 51st|
|$1,000.00||Lori Palmeri||Palmeri for Assembly|
|$800.00||Tony Evers||Tony for Wisconsin|
|$760.00||Assembly Democratic Camp Comm|
|$750.00||Laura Gapske||Laura Gapske for Assembly|
|$550.00||Kristina Shelton||Kristina for Assembly|
|$500.00||Kelly Westlund||Kelly Westlund for State Senate|
|$500.00||Kristin Alfheim||Committee to Elect Kristin Alfheim|
|$350.00||Everett Mitchell||Friends to Elect Everett Mitchell|
|$300.00||Lee Snodgrass||Snodgrass for Assembly|
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