Donor Tracking: Who's Funding Your Representative

Following The Money: This page is designed to help the public find out who’s funding their elected officials. The information shows state officeholders' top donors over time across a variety of giving methods. The data comes from the Secretary of State’s database and IRS filings.

The data was last updated May 7, 2019. For candidate committees, the numbers cover through Nov. 26, 2018. For political action committees (PACs) connected to officeholders, the numbers cover through April 20, 2019.

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64th House District, Rep. Julie Alexander

64TH HOUSE DISTRICT (A portion of Jackson County)

Current representative: The current representative for the 64th District is Rep. Julie Alexander (R-Hanover). The district includes the city of Jackson and the townships of Concord, Hanover, Napoleon, Parma, Pulaski, Sandstone, Spring Arbor and Summit, according to House Republicans. Alexander was first elected to the Michigan House in 2016, taking office in 2017. According to her official House website, she previously served as a middle school teacher and an adult education math and reading instructor. Her family also operates a farm.

A map of the 64th District is available here.

Rep. Alexander raises money through a candidate committee, Julie Alexander for State Representative. In November 2017, a leadership PAC, Alexander Majority Fund, launched.

TALLY: Top Disclosed Donors To AlexanderAnd Connected Committees From 2015 Through Today

1. Julie Alexander, $33,771

2. Michigan Farm Bureau PAC, $13,250

3. Michigan Chamber of Commerce PAC, $7,000

4. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $6,000

5. Jackson Chamber of Commerce PAC, $6,000

6. VerHeulen Leadership Fund, Rob VerHeulen, $5,500

7. Michigan Credit Union League, $5,150

8. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000

9. Business Leaders for Michigan PAC, $5,000

10. Chatfield Majority Funds, Lee Chatfield, $4,750

11. Jeff Kirkpatrick, Lodice Bond Company, $4,750


DETAILED LISTS

Top donors to Alexander Majority Fund for 2019-2020:

1. Ron Ellison, American Title, $1,500
2. Jeff Kirkpatrick, Lodice Bond Company, $1,500
3. Julie Alexander, $500
4. Philip Hoffman, Lansing, $250

Top donors to Julie Alexander for State Representative for 2017-2018:

1. Michigan Credit Union League, $5,150
2. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000
3. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $3,000
4. Michigan Farm Bureau, $2,950
5. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government, $2,500
6. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,000
7. Michigan Realtors PAC, $2,000
8. Glick family, Arlo Steel, $2,000
9. Michigan Chamber of Commerce PAC, $2,000
10. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $1,800

Top donors to Alexander Majority Fund for 2017-2018:

1. Jeff Kirkpatrick, Lodice Bond Company, $3,250
2. Julie Alexander, self, $1,500
3. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $1,500
4. John Ganton, Jackson, $1,500
5. Kirk Mercer, RW Mercer Co., $1,000
6. Ron Ellison, American Title, $1,000
7. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $1,000
8. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government, $1,000
9. Henry Ford Allegiance Health, $1,000
10. Kurk Mercer, RW Mercer Co, $1,000

Top donors to Julie Alexander for State Representative for 2015-2016:

1. Julie Alexander, farmer, $30,000
2. Michigan Farm Bureau PAC, $10,000
3. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $6,000
4. VerHeulen Leadership Fund, Rob VerHeulen, $5,500
5. Michigan Chamber of Commerce PAC, $5,000
6. Jackson Chamber of Commerce PAC, $5,000
7. Business Leaders for Michigan PAC, $5,000
8. Poleski Leadership Fund, Earl Poleski, $2,500
9. Jackson County Republican Party, $2,500
10. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $2,250

Campaign finance reports can be found in the Michigan Secretary of State's campaign finance database. If you see an error in the above data, please contact us at mcfn@mcfn.org.

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