While campaign finance is not the only factor in electoral outcomes, successful fundraising can provide a candidate with advantages during a campaign. Fundraising can also indicate party momentum.
Governor of Wisconsin
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|$717,350.26||Democratic Party of Wisconsin - Seg Fund|
|$138,285.97||Wisconsin Education Association Council|
|$92,000.00||IBEW Local 494 PAC|
|$88,500.00||WI Laborers District Council|
|$88,000.00||Operating Engineers 139 PAC|
|$86,000.00||American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees AFSCME Federal|
|$86,000.00||American Federation of Teachers Cope Federal|
|$86,000.00||Carpenters Legislative Improvement Committee|
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|$7,705,767.00||Strother Nuckels Strategies|
|$627,919.96||New Blue Interactive LLC|
|$200,397.78||The Mellman Group|
|$152,847.40||Democratic Party of Wisconsin - Seg Fund|
|$141,253.44||Wildfire Contact LLC|
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Top Personal Contributions
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|$100,020.00||Tony Evers||Tony for Wisconsin|
In Wisconsin, state-level candidates have spent $108.7 million between Jan. 1, 2021, and Oct. 24, 2022. Democratic candidates have spent $54.2 million and Republican candidates have spent $47.7 million.
In Wisconsin, state-level candidates have raised $116 million between Jan. 1, 2021, and Oct. 24, 2022. Democratic candidates have raised $56.2 million and Republican candidates have raised $52.2 million.