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2016 pac report. pdf

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NCFEF PAC Analysis 2016

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2016 pac report. pdf

  1. 1. PAC ANALYSIS 2016 - 2017
  2. 2. 2016 PAC Analysis Overview The NC FreeEnterprise Foundation has produced a report on PAC giving during the most-recent election cycle for a number of years now, providing insights into trends in political giving and specifically offering an opportunity to see which categories of PACs are giving how much and to which candidates for state offices. What’s interesting in comparing the 2016 election cycle with 2012 (the previous Presidential election year – the ‘apples to apples’ comparison in terms of number of races on the ballot) is that overall giving is about the same, with a few nuanced shifts of note. First, PAC giving tends to be driven by the intention to establish and maintain strong working relationships with those who are in charge of setting the agenda, thus Republicans – who took control of the state legislature in the 2010 election – enjoyed a competitive advantage in the 2012 cycle that actually grew larger in 2016. Category Total given 2012 cycle Total given 2016 cycle % Change 2012 v. 2016 Total Contributions $12,277,415 $12,215,291 -0.5% To Republicans $8,839,150 $9,317,075 +5.4% To Democrats $3,438,265 $2,877,200 -16.3% Second, of note are how those PACs at the top of the 2016 ratings have shifted since 2012. Duke Energy, with mergers with Progress Energy and Piedmont Natural Gas, has risen in the ranks and more than doubled the amount contributed. Key advocacy players such as the NC Realtors Association, NC Dental Society, Blue Cross & Blue Shield and the NC Beer & Wine Association all grew larger, and trial lawyers (NC Advocates for Justice) slipped slightly. And, the NC Optometric Society saw an increase over their 2012 numbers, as is often the case with PACs associated with organizations looking to conduct a significant push on a contentions public policy matter. Rank 2016 cycle Rank 2012 cycle TOP 10 PACS in 2016 cycle Total given 2016 cycle Total given 2012 cycle % Change $ 2012 v. 2016 1 8 Duke Energy Corp $727,800 $311,250 +133.8% 2 6 NC Realtors Association $517,900 $317,850 +62.9% 3 1 NC Advocates for Justice $332,800 $449,750 -26.0% 4 2 Nationwide Insurance $303,300 $335,500 -9.6% 5 9 NC Dental Society $301,050 $246,361 +22.2% 6 3 NC Hospital Association $270,500 $327,750 -17.5% 7 66 NC Optometric Society $252,450 $53,850 +368.8% 8 10 NC Association of Electric Cooperatives $245,300 $245,550 -0.1% 9 17 Blue Cross & Blue Shield $233,000 $184,900 +26.0% 10 14 NC Beer & Wine Wholesalers $231,662 $202,800 +14.2% PAC giving data provided by Bellwether Insights 2 Corrected edition, April 4, 2017
  3. 3. BREAKDOWN: PARTY NON-PARTISAN: $21,016 TOTAL SPENDING: $12,215,291 REPUBLICAN: $9,317,075 DEMOCRAT: $2,877,200 3
  4. 4. BREAKDOWN: Party & Office REPUBLICAN DEMOCRAT NON-PARTISAN $4,847,572 $3,475,611 $552,015 HOUSE SENATE GOVERNOR COS $410,679 JUDICIAL BRANCH $8,8,23 JUDICIAL BRANCH $31,197 GOVERNOR $291,618 HOUSE $1,402,954 $784,624 SENATE JUDICIAL $389,180 $21,016 COS Party Totals Republican: $9,317,075 Democrat: $2,877,200 Non-Partisan: $21,016 4
  5. 5. BREAKDOWN: Top 200 PACs RANK PAC NAME AMOUNT 1 Duke Energy Corp $727,800 2 NC Realtors Assoc $517,900 3 NC Advocates for Justice $332,800 4 Nationwide Insurance $303,300 5 NC Dental Society $301,050 6 NC Hospital Assoc $270,500 7 NC State Optometric Society $252,450 8 NC Assoc of Electric Cooperatives $245,300 9 Blue Cross & Blue Shield of NC $233,000 10 NC Beer & Wine Wholesalers Assoc $231,662 11 NC Farm Bureau $228,300 12 NC Home Builders Assoc $218,800 13 NC Auto Dealers Assoc $202,000 14 State Employees Assoc PAC (SEANC) $194,950 15 McGuireWoods $194,050 16 NC Health Care Facilities Assoc $193,500 17 NC Clean Energy Business Alliance $185,900 18 BB&T $172,350 19 Carolina Asphalt Pavement Assoc $172,200 20 State Farm Insurance $159,900 21 NC Medical Society $143,500 22 Carolinas Healthcare System $140,800 23 NC Chamber $134,700 24 Petroleum & Convenience Marketers $129,100 25 NC Pork Council $128,550 26 AT&T $127,500 27 Charter Communications (Formerly Time Warner Cable) $123,850 28 Deere & Company $120,000 29 Metrolina Area Radiologists $119,000 30 Southern States Police Benevolent Assoc $109,261 31 NC Restaurant & Lodging Assoc $106,000 32 Lillian's List $105,000 33 NC Energy Workers $101,500 34 Carolina Link Telephone Cooperative $100,000 35 NC Assoc of Educators $93,800 36 Piedmont Natural Gas $93,500 37 UnitedHealth Group $93,500 38 Centurylink $91,500 39 University Development Coalition $90,000 40 PSNC Energy $89,000 41 Carolinas Assoc of General Contractors (AGC) $85,400 42 Piedmont Triad Anesthesia PA Federal PAC $85,100 43 Providence Anesthesiology Associates $85,000 44 NC Small Business PAC (Independent Insurance Agents of NC) $82,950 45 Wells Fargo $81,900 46 Reynolds American $79,500 47 NC Assoc of Nurse Anesthetists $76,750 48 Committee to Elect Republican Women $76,500 49 Nelson Mullins Riley and Scarborough LLP $73,250 5
  6. 6. BREAKDOWN: Top 200 PACs 50 Eli Lilly & Company $70,300 51 Federal Express Corp $70,000 52 Marathon Petroleum $69,600 53 NC Chiropractic Assoc $65,950 54 Eastern Radiological $65,000 55 Sierra Club $63,341 56 NC Merchants Assoc $58,750 57 Koch Industries $58,700 58 Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein $58,700 59 NC Bankers Assoc $58,500 60 American Anesthesiology of NC $57,000 61 CSX Transportation $56,100 62 Smith Anderson $53,000 63 Credit Union of NC $51,250 64 Friends of Forestry $50,500 65 Nc Medical Society Fed Pol Education & Action Comm $50,000 66 Triangle Orthopaedic Assoc $49,100 67 Bayada Home Health Care $46,900 68 Smithfield Foods $46,750 69 OrthoCarolina PA $46,100 70 JM Family Enterprises $45,100 71 Enterprise Rent-A-Car (Enterprise Holdings) $44,000 72 Caterpillar Inc $43,900 73 NC Dermatology $43,500 74 Wake Emergency Physicians $41,800 75 Dominion Power $39,650 76 Southeastern Radiology $38,000 77 NC Veterinary Medical Assoc $37,250 78 Wal-Mart Stores $36,100 79 Merck & Company $36,000 80 Pfizer $35,600 81 Planned Parenthood of Central NC $35,406 82 Western Radiologists & Surgeons $34,000 83 Coca-Cola Co $33,600 84 American Airlines $32,400 85 NC Orthopaedic Assoc $32,350 86 Central Carolina Radiologists $32,000 87 Lowe's Companies $32,000 88 Resident Lenders of NC $31,813 89 Bank of America $31,200 90 CVS Caremark $31,000 91 Assoc for Home & Hospice Care of NC $30,950 92 Anesthesiologists of the Triad $30,500 93 Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic $30,000 94 American Anesthesiology Southeast $29,500 95 NC Bail Agents Assoc $29,500 96 NC Physical Therapy $29,500 97 NC OB-GYN $29,250 98 Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) $29,100 99 Mid-Atlantic Emergency Medical Assoc $29,100 100 Engineers PAC of NC $28,500 6
  7. 7. BREAKDOWN: Top 200 PACs 101 NC Outdoor Advertising Assoc $28,500 102 International Paper $28,250 103 NC Assoc of CPAs $28,250 104 Ward & Smith $28,250 105 NC Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons $28,200 106 NC College of Emergency Physicians $28,000 107 Carolinas Ready Mixed Concrete Assoc $27,500 108 Greater Hickory Anesthesiologists $27,000 109 Human Rights Campaign PAC $26,736 110 Capital Area Radiological Assocication $25,250 111 NC Vending Assoc $24,750 112 Norfolk Southern $24,500 113 Aqua America $24,000 114 Democrat, Republican, Independent Voter Education (DRIVE - Teamsters) $24,000 115 General Electric $23,750 116 NC Assoc of Health Underwriters $23,000 117 Nucor $23,000 118 Piedmont Radiologists $22,850 119 Carolina Justice PAC (James Scott Farrin Law Firm) $22,700 120 Emergency Physicians & Administrators (ECEPAC) $22,500 121 Now or Never NC $21,550 122 Piedmont Stone Center $21,100 123 Manufactured and Modular Homebuilders $20,650 124 Triangle Anesthesia PAC $20,000 125 GlaxoSmithKline $19,500 126 Manufacturers Alliance PAC $19,500 127 Waste Management $19,500 128 Monsanto Co $19,250 129 Syngenta Corp $19,116 130 Wilmington Anesthesiology $18,900 131 Greensboro Orthopaedics $18,750 132 Altria Group $18,500 133 Cigna $18,350 134 NC League of Conservation Voters $18,300 135 National Rifle Assoc $18,000 136 Carolina Auto Recyclers $17,950 137 NC Academy of Family Physicians $17,750 138 Allstate Insurance $17,000 139 Mednax Inc $16,000 140 Nurse Practitioners PAC $15,800 141 MAG Mutual Insurance Company $15,650 142 Corning Inc $15,500 143 NC Poultry Federation $15,250 144 International Assoc of Fire Fighters $15,200 145 NC Nurses Assoc $14,750 146 Delhaize America (Food Lion) $14,250 147 NC Assisted Living Assoc $14,050 148 Aetna Inc $14,000 149 HNTB Holdings $13,700 150 Ramey Kemp & Associates $13,700 7
  8. 8. BREAKDOWN: Top 200 PACs 151 Astra Zeneca $13,500 152 ElectriCities $13,000 153 Fidelity Investments $13,000 154 General Motors $13,000 155 NC Craft Brewers $13,000 156 Triad Good Government PAC $13,000 157 Democracy for America $12,948 158 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers $12,700 159 Oldcastle Materials $12,500 160 Wellpoint Inc $12,500 161 HDR Inc $12,200 162 Novartis $12,000 163 Pill PAC $12,000 164 NC Propane Gas Assoc $11,600 165 Spirit Aerosystems $11,400 166 Cozen O'Connor Law Firm $11,200 167 Allcare Clinical Assoc $11,056 168 Honeywell International $10,200 169 National Assoc of Educators $10,200 170 Union of Needletraders, Industrial & Textile Employees $10,200 171 Republic Services $10,000 172 Southeast Anesthesia Assoc $10,000 173 United Food & Commercial Workers $10,000 174 Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Assoc $9,950 175 Carolina Anesthesiology $8,900 176 Health Network Solutions $8,864 177 Erie Insurance $8,500 178 Green Industry Council $8,500 179 Island Preservation Society $8,500 180 Liberty Mutual Insurance $8,500 181 American Kennel Club $8,000 182 Humana Inc $8,000 183 NC Heritage PAC $8,000 184 New Belgium Brewing Company $8,000 185 Pepsico $8,000 186 Surgical Care Affiliates $7,600 187 Anthem Inc $7,500 188 Johnson & Johnson $7,500 189 Old Dominion Freight Line $7,100 190 Singh PAC NC $7,100 191 East Carolina Anesthesia $7,000 192 NC Chapter National Assoc of Social Workers $7,000 193 NC Indian American PAC $7,000 194 Property Casualty Insurers of America $7,000 195 NC Land Title Assoc $6,550 196 Astellas US $6,500 197 Baxter Healthcare $6,500 198 NC Podiatric Assoc $6,300 199 Bayer Corp $6,100 200 Sprint Nextel $6,000 8
  9. 9. BREAKDOWN: PAC CATEGORIES Democrat $145,400 $88,950 $90,350 $307,200 $443,150 $575,000 $352,440 $284,550 $322,250 $157,660 $21,500 $88,750 Total 17.7% 18.7% 13.1% 20.4% 23.2% 17.7% 55.0% 58.3% 40.9% 15.6% 21.3% 16.7% Total 82.2% 81.3% 86.8% 79.6% 76.6% 82.3% 44.2% 41.7% 58.2% 84.4% 78.7% 83.1% Total 0.1% 0.1% 0.3% 0.8% 1.0% 0.2% Republican $676,566 $386,500 $600,350 $1,197,950 $1,463,379 $2,671,070 $282,847 $203,761 $458,350 $854,202 $79,500 $442,600 Non-Partisan $1,000 $1,000 $5,100 $5,316 $7,600 $1,000 TOTAL $822,966 $475,450 $691,700 $1,505,150 $1,911,629 $3,246,070 $640,603 $488,311 $788,200 $1,011,862 $101,000 $532,350 HealthFinance, Insurance & Real Estate Agribusiness Ideological/ Single Issue Misc. Business Energy & Natural Resources Laywers & Lobbysists Communications/ Electronics Construction Transportation Labor Other Industries Agribusiness Communications Construction Energy & Nat. Res. Finance, Insurance Health Ideological Labor Lawyers & Lobbyists Misc. Business Other Transportation 17.7% 82.3%76.6% 23.2% 15.6% 84.4% 82.2% 17.7% 18.7% 81.3% 58.3% 44.2% 40.9% 58.2% 20.4% 79.6% 13.1% 86.87% 83.1% 16.7% 41.7% 58.3% 78.7% 21.3% 0.3% 0.1% 0.8% 1.0% 0.1% 9
  10. 10. BREAKDOWN: Agribusiness Agribusiness $822,966 Democrat $145,400 Council of State $21,050 NC House $78,600 NC Senate $45,750 Republican $676,566 Council of State $137,916 NC House $289,250 NC Senate $249,400 Non-Partisan $1,000 Judicial Branch $1000 Democrat Republican Non-Partisan Judicial Branch 0.1% NC Senate 35.1% NC House 30.3% NC Senate 5.6% NC House 9.6% Council of State 16.8% Council of State 2.5% 10
  11. 11. BREAKDOWN: Communications/IT Services Communications $475,450 Democrat $88,950 Council of State $17,600 NC House $39,050 NC Senate $32,300 Republican $386,500 Council of State $28,450 NC House $203,250 NC Senate $154,800 Democrat Republican Non-Partisan Council of State 6.0% Council of State 3.7% NC Senate 6.8% NC House 8.2% NC House 32.6% NC Senate 42.7% 11
  12. 12. BREAKDOWN: Construction Construction $691,700 Democrat $90,350 Council of State $19,850 NC House $46,375 NC Senate $24,125 Republican $600,350 Council of State $112,300 NC House $281,400 NC Senate $205,150 Judicial Branch $1,500 Non-Partisan $1,000 Judicial Branch $1,000 Democratic Republican Non-Partisan Judicial Branch 0.2% Judicial Branch 0.2% NC Senate 3.5% NC House 40.7% NC Senate 29.7% Council of State 16.2% Council of State 2.9% NC House 6.7% 12
  13. 13. BREAKDOWN: Energy & Natural Resources Energy & Natural Resources $1,505,150 Democrat $307,200 Council of State $29,800 NC House $173,750 NC Senate $103,650 Republican $1,197,950 Council of State $112,600 NC House $609,000 NC Senate $476,200 Judicial Branch $150 Democratic Republican Judical Branch 0.01% Council of State 7.5% Council of State 2.0% NC Senate 31.6% NC House 40.5% NC House 11.5% NC Senate 6.9% 13
  14. 14. BREAKDOWN: Finance, Insurance & Real Estate Finance, Insurance & Real Estate $1,911,629 Democrat $443,150 Council of State $84,950 NC House $216,750 NC Senate $141,450 Republican $1,463,379 Council of State $103,713 NC House $818,100 NC Senate $541,566 Non-Partisan $5,100 Judicial Branch $5,100 Democratic Republican Non-Partisan Judicial Branch 0.3% Council of State 5.5% Council of State 4.5% NC House 42.8% NC Senate 28.3% NC House 11.3% NC Senate 7.4% 14
  15. 15. BREAKDOWN: Health Healthcare $3,246,070 Democrat $575,000 Council of State $103,200 NC House $305,550 NC Senate $166,250 Republican $2,671,070 Council of State $171,814 NC House $1,492,806 NC Senate $1,006,450 Democratic Republican Council of State 5.3% Council of State 3.2% NC House 46.0% NC Senate 31.0% NC House 9.4% NC Senate 5.1% 15
  16. 16. BREAKDOWN: Ideological/Single-Issue Ideological/Single-Issue $640,602 Democrat $352,440 Council of State $96,349 NC House $162,369 NC Senate $93,499 Judicial Branch $223 Republican $282,847 Council of State $36,700 NC House $153,600 NC Senate $91,700 Judicial Branch $847 Non-Partisan $5,316 Judicial Branch $5,316 Democratic Republican Non-Partisan NC House 25.3% Judicial Branch 0.8% Judicial Branch 0.2% Judicial Branch 0.1% NC House 24.0% NC Senate 14.6% NC Senate 14.3% Council of State 15.0% Council of State 5.7% 16
  17. 17. BREAKDOWN: Labor Labor $488,311 Democrat $284,550 Council of State $143,100 NC House $95,700 NC Senate $42,750 Judicial Branch $3,000 Republican $203,761 Coucil of State $27,399 NC House $126,241 NC Senate $44,121 Judicial Branch $6,000 Democrat Republican NC House 19.6% NC Senate 9.0% NC House 25.9% Council of State 29.3% Council of State 5.6% NC Senate 8.8% Judicial Branch 0.6% Judicial Branch 1.2% 17
  18. 18. BREAKDOWN: Lawyers & Lobbyists Lawyers & Lobbyists $788,200 Democratic $322,250 Council of State $116,500 NC House $134,650 NC Senate $65,500 Judicial Branch $5,600 Republican $458,350 Council of State $78,100 NC House $205,800 NC Senate $156,250 Judicial Branch $18,200 Non-Partisan $7,600 Judicial Branch $7,600 Democratic Republican Non-Partisan Council of State 14.8% Council of State 9.9% NC House 17.1% NC House 26.1% NC Senate 19.8% NC Senate 8.3% Judicial Branch 2.4% Judicial Branch 1.0% Judicial Branch 0.7% 18
  19. 19. BREAKDOWN: Misc. Business Misc. Business $1,011,862 Democrat $157,660 Council of State $19,700 NC House $92,210 NC Senate $45,750 Republican $854,202 Council of State $91,102 NC House $422,425 NC Senate $336,175 Judicial Branch $4,500 Democratic Republican NC Senate 4.6% Judical Branch 0.5% NC Senate 33.2% NC House 41.7% NC House 9.1% Council of State 9.0% Council of State 1.9% 19
  20. 20. BREAKDOWN: Other Other $101,000 Democrat $21,500 NC House $16,000 NC Senate $5,500 Republican $79,500 NC House $40,500 NC Senate $39,000 Democratic Republican NC House 40.1% NC Senate 38.6% NC House 15.8% NC Senate 5.5% 20
  21. 21. BREAKDOWN: Transportation Democratic Republican Non-Partisan Transportation $691,700 Democrat $90,350 Council of State $26,700 NC House $43,950 NC Senate $18,100 Republican $600,350 Council of State $62,600 NC House $205,200 NC Senate $174,800 Non-Partisan $1,000 Judicial Branch $1,000 Judicial Branch 0.2% Council of State 5.0% NC Senate 32.8% NC House 38.5% NC House 8.3% NC Senate 3.4% Council of State 11.8% 21
  22. 22. BREAKDOWN: Council of State Governor Pat McCrory Roy Cooper Lt. Governor Dan Forest Linda Coleman Secretary of State Elaine Marshall State Auditor Beth Wood Treasurer Dale Folwell Dan Blue III Ron Elmer $552,015 $291,618 $63,350 $38,748 $28,223 $21,223 $73,700 $36,423 $5,100 Superintendant Mark Johnson June Atkinson Attorney General Buck Newton Jim O’Neill Josh Stein Commissioner of Agriculture Steve Troxler Walter Smith Commissioner of Labor Cherie Berry Charles Meeker Commissioner of Insurance Mike Causey Wayne Goodwin $1,000 $15,833 $95,963 $8,600 $113,356 $83,566 $1,000 $30,000 $5,000 $54,500 $124,273 Governor Superintendant Attorney General Lt. Governor Secretary of State Commissioner of Agriculture Commissioner of Labor Commissioner of Insurance State Auditor Treasurer 63.9% 36.1% 62.0% 38.0% 100% 100% 64.0% 31.6% 4.4% 5.9% 94.1% 3.9% 52.0% 44.1% 1.2% 98.8% 14.3% 85.7% 30.5% 69.5% 22
  23. 23. BREAKDOWN: Judicial Branch Total: $61,063 NC SUPREME COURT Bob Edmunds Michael Morgan NC COURT OF APPEALS Bob Hunter Valerie Zachary Richard Dietz Phil Berger Jr. Hunter Murphy Margaret Eagles Linda Stephens $10,200 $10,816 $14,173 $6,650 $5,723 $4,500 $150 $6,823 $2,000
  24. 24. BREAKDOWN: NC House - Republican Candidates Lee Zachary George Robinson Phil Shepard Steve Ross Donna White Jon Hardister Craig Horn John Blust Kevin Corbin Scott Stone Holly Grange Dennis Riddell Jeffrey Elmore John Faircloth Larry C. Strickland Jay Adams Brenden Jones Kyle Hall Sam Watford Allen McNeill Carl Ford Destin Hall John Sauls Andy Dulin Sharon Phillips Pearce Larry Pittman Cody Henson Mark Brody Linda Hunt-Williams Tim Morgan David Rogers Jim Arp Tony Braswell Paul Stam Beth Dawson Mike Clampitt Beth Caulfield Chris M. Shoffner Coty James Ferguson J.H. Langdon Rick Catlin Roger West Beverly Boswell Paul Tine* Leo Daughtry Tammy Covil Elliott J. Southworth Tim Moffitt $27,300 $25,900 $22,550 $22,200 $21,250 $21,100 $19,750 $19,350 $17,500 $17,350 $16,150 $16,050 $15,850 $15,700 $15,700 $15,100 $11,450 $11,350 $8,600 $8,450 $7,900 $7,650 $7,050 $6,750 $6,750 $6,450 $6,000 $5,350 $4,950 $4,500 $4,500 $3,250 $2,603 $2,100 $2,000 $1,250 $1,100 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $750 $750 $500 $500 $300 $250 *Unaffiliated, caucused with REP Tim Moore Nelson Dollar David Lewis Jason Saine Bill Brawley Donny Lambeth John Szoka Mike Hager Marilyn Avila Dean Arp Charles Jeter Susan Martin Rob Bryan Gary Pendleton Greg Murphy Josh Dobson Mitchell Setzer Dan Bishop Dana Bumgardner John Torbett Chuck McGrady Jeff Collins Chris Malone Hugh Blackwell Jonathan Jordan Pat McElraft Linda Johnson Julia Howard Bert Jones Frank Moretz Jimmy Dixon John Bradford Harry Warren Frank Iler Jamie Boles John Farley Chris Millis Kelly Hastings Larry Yarborough Michele Presnell Debra Conrad Sarah Stevens Pat Hurley Larry W. Potts Justin Burr Rena Turner Bob Steinburg Ted DAvis $622,175 $343,170 $336,000 $216,050 $198,250 $127,450 $125,750 $118,700 $113,863 $94,100 $85,450 $82,700 $81,900 $78,000 $76,950 $71,550 $68,650 $67,850 $66,750 $64,750 $62,650 $62,650 $58,363 $55,100 $54,993 $54,450 $54,050 $52,200 $50,000 $48,556 $45,100 $43,000 $40,850 $40,100 $39,850 $38,100 $37,700 $37,100 $35,700 $34,750 $34,100 $33,950 $33,400 $33,250 $31,200 $29,200 $28,750 $27,800
  25. 25. BREAKDOWN: NC House - Democrat Candidates Carla Cunningham Verla Insko John Ager Sue Counts Susan Fisher Warren Judge Elmer Floyd Charles Graham Cecil Brockman Mickey Michaux George Graham Joe Sam Queen Terry Garrison Charlie Pat Farris Brian Turner Evelyn Terry Paul Luebke Shelly Willingham Rochelle Rivas Ralph Johnson Reese Steen Tim Barnsback Randall Jones Rich Nixon Brian Farkas Kim Hargett Randall C. Barrow Pricey Harrison John Autry Norm Bossert Ken Waddell Maureen Mahan Copelof Tricia CothamHouse $13,200 $13,000 $12,957 $12,957 $12,550 $10,965 $10,025 $9,700 $9,650 $8,800 $8,500 $8,450 $8,150 $7,850 $7,450 $5,400 $5,300 $4,500 $4,470 $3,550 $3,000 $2,200 $2,000 $1,850 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $800 $650 $650 $500 $500 $250 Larry Hall Ken Goodman Michael Wray Darren Jackson Ed Hanes William Brisson Susi Hamilton Graig Meyer Beverly Earle Gale Adcock Garland Pierce Rodney Moore William O. (Billy) Richardson Rosa Gill Duane Hall Kelly Alexander Becky Carney Jean Farmer-Butterfield Robert Reives Brad Salmon Cynthia Ball Rhonda Cole Schandevel Marvin Lucas Chaz Beasley Joe John Mary Belk Grier Martin Yvonne Holley Terence Everitt Jane Campbell Bobbie Richardson Larry Bell Howard Hunter $132,800 $94,000 $82,750 $67,650 $56,900 $53,850 $53,300 $52,200 $45,850 $42,900 $42,750 $36,850 $32,900 $29,500 $28,760 $27,850 $25,600 $25,450 $24,950 $22,000 $21,938 $21,457 $20,900 $19,840 $18,913 $18,640 $18,000 $17,950 $15,612 $15,120 $14,750 $14,700 $13,250 24
  26. 26. BREAKDOWN: NC Senate - Republican Candidates Joyce Krawiec Jim Davis Tom Apodaca Tom McInnis Paul R. Newton Shirley Randleman Chuck Edwards John Alexander Ronald Rabin Bill Cook Deanna Ballard Norm Sanderson Rick Horner John Alexander Bob Rucho Cathy Dunn Fletcher Hartsell Benton Sawrey Danny Earl (JR) Britt Chris Carney Dan Soucek Amy Blake $42,200 $37,650 $36,100 $34,950 $34,477 $30,850 $30,450 $26,100 $21,300 $20,550 $18,843 $18,600 $15,250 $11,950 $11,500 $9,000 $8,000 $7,300 $3,500 $3,000 $1,250 $1,000 BREAKDOWN: NC Senate - Democrat Candidates Brownie Futrell Gladys Robinson Paul Lowe Erica Smith-Ingram Joyce Waddell Valerie Foushee Ellis Hankins Michael Garrett Andrew Barnhill Toni Morris Billy King $23,032 $20,900 $20,250 $19,000 $17,440 $12,500 $10,950 $5,000 $4,250 $1,000 $500 Phil Berger Brent Jackson Harry Brown Bill Rabon Tommy Tucker Tamara Barringer Wesley Meredith Ralph Hise Rick Gunn Michael Lee Kathy Harrington Trudy Wade Jerry Tillman Andrew Brock David Curtis Jeff Tarte Warren Daniel Louis Pate Chad Barefoot Scott Aumuller Andy Wells $593,175 $280,750 $274,150 $242,100 $211,150 $162,700 $160,500 $138,550 $115,866 $101,600 $98,050 $94,150 $84,250 $81,800 $68,900 $66,950 $62,650 $60,050 $56,700 $50,000 $47,750 Dan Blue Joel Ford Floyd McKissick Angela Bryant Terry Van Duyn Jane Smith Jeff Jackson Jay Chaudhuri Ben Clark Mike Woodard Susan Evans Don Davis $184,550 $82,900 $71,300 $51,450 $49,650 $44,657 $30,590 $30,144 $27,975 $27,350 $24,835 $24,400 25
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