2018 Midterm Elections Campaign Contributions

2018 Midterm Elections Campaign Contributions

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State Races

You can view the campaign contributions for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, secretary of state and treasurer via Wisconsin Democracy Campaign website. The total contribution for these races is $32,510,812.32

Below are the campaign contributions for US Senate and House of Representatives. We have only included races in 88Nine Radio Milwaukee’s listening area. The total amount for these races is $45,580,388

The total for both the Senate, Representative, and State race is $78,091,200.

That could buy 327,000 families of four a week’s worth of groceries.

That amount could cover full four-year tuition to a state school for almost 4,000 students.

US Senate Race

Tammy Baldwin (D)
Total Raised: $29,044,284
Total Spent: $26,747,406

Leah Vukmir (R)
Total Raised: $5,266,713
Total Spent: $4,166,622

Breakdown of contributions

Source: Open Secrets

Wisconsin District 1

Randy Bryce (D)
Total Raised: $7,885,468
Total Spent: $7,525,052

Bryan Steil (R)
Total Raised: $1,863,642
Total Spent: $1,561,459

Breakdown of contributions

Source: Open Secrets

Wisconsin District 4

note: Open Secrets didn’t have data for the candidates: Robert Raymond (I) and Tim Rogers (R)

Gwen Moore (D)
Total Raised: $943,769
Total Spent: $917,086

Breakdown of contributions

Source: Open Secrets

Wisconsin District 5

note: Open Secrets didn’t have any data for Kris Ann Riley (I)

F James Sensenbrenner Jr. (R)
Total Raised: $341,238
Total Spent: $441,904

Tom Palzewicz (D)
Total Raised: $230,861
Total Spent: $187,850

David Warnacut (I)
Total Raised: $4,413
Total Spent: $4,397

Breakdown of contributions

Source: Open Secrets