Senate races attract nearly $1 billion ahead of 2022 midterms
More than $138 million of the money flowing into U.S. Senate races came from candidates self-financing their own campaigns. When voters across the country cast their vote in November, 35 Senate seats will be on the ballot.
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Oct 15, 2021 · Gen Z candidates running have collectively raised over $734,000 for 2022 state races August 5, 2022 Gen Z candidates have collectively raised over $734,000 for state races so far this election cycle, an OpenSecrets analysis of campaign finance filings found. Continue Reading » Senate races attract nearly $1 billion ahead of 2022 midterms
• OpenSecrets Home Who are the Biggest Donors? Here are the individuals who have dipped deepest into their own pockets for campaign contributions to federal candidates, parties, political action committees, 527 organizations, and Carey committees.RankContributorTotal ContributionsTotal Hard Money1Adelson Sheldon G. & Miriam O. Adelson ...$218,168,500$3,068,5002Bloomberg Michael R. Bloomberg City of ...$152,509,750$923,3043Steyer Thomas & Taylor Steyer Fahr ...$72,119,974$2,124,8294Uihlein Richard & Elizabeth Uihlein Uline ...$68,314,982$3,297,882
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