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 their top donors over time across a variety of giving methods. The data comes from the Secretary of State’s database and IRS filings. You can search for an official through the search tool below.

The data was last updated May 7, 2018

99th House District, Rep. Roger Hauck

99TH HOUSE DISTRICT (Isabella County and part of Midland County)

Current representative: Rep. Roger Hauck (R-Mt. Pleasant) is the current representative for the 99th District. It includes Isabella County and a portion of Midland County. Hauck was first elected to the Michigan House in November 2016, taking office in 2017. Hauck was previously a Union Township trustee. He and his brother own a small business building duplexes around the township, according to his campaign website.

According to House Republicans, Hauck is vice chair of the House Energy Policy Committee and a member of the Health Policy, Regulatory Reform and Local Government committees.

A look at the 99th House District is here.

Rep. Hauck raises money through a candidate committee, Committee to Elect Roger Hauck.

TALLY: Top Disclosed Donors To Hauck And Connected Committees From 2016 To The Present

1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $200,813

2. Vision for Victory, Kevin Cotter, $20,000

3. Midland County Republican Committee, $10,000

4. 4th Congressional District Republican Committee, $10,000

5. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $8,500

6. DeVos family, Amway, $7,000

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

8. Pettalia Preserving Majority Fund, Peter Pettalia, $5,000

9. Roger Hauck, $5,000

10. Michigan Farm Bureau PAC, $5,000


DETAILED LISTS

Top donors to Committee to Elect Roger Hauck for 2017-2018:

1. Vision for Victory, Kevin Cotter, $9,500
2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $8,000
3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association PAC, $2,500
4. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $2,000
5. Michigan Action Committee for Rural Electrification, $2,000
6. DTE Energy PAC, $2,000
7. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, $2,000
8. Auto Dealers of Michigan PAC, $1,500
9. Dow Chemical Employees PAC, $1,000
10. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $1,000
11. William Martin, retired, $1,000
12. F.C. Wheatlake, retired, $1,000
13. William Myler, Muskegon Development Company, $1,000
14. W. Sidney Smith, Smith Equities, $1,000
15. RJ Fisher Jr., Central Asphalt, $1,000
16. Dianne Morey, Bandit Industries, $1,000
17. Mark Beard, retired, $1,000
18. Joanne Golden-Trudell, KMG Prestige, $1,000
19. Daniel Boge, Boge Wybenga & Bradley, $1,000
20. Bryon Benchley, physician, $1,000
21. Blue Water Liberty Fund, Shane Hernandez, $1,000
22. Marilyn Morey, retired, $1,000
23. Realtors PAC of Michigan, $,1,000
24. Enterprise Holdings Corp., $1,000
25. Delta PAC, $1,000
26. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government, $1,000

Top donors to Committee to Elect Roger Hauck for 2016:

1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $200,813
2. Midland County Republican Committee, $10,000
3. 4th Congressional District Republican Committee, $10,000
4. Vision for Victory, Kevin Cotter, $10,000
5. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $7,500
6. DeVos family, $7,000
7. Business Leaders for Michigan PAC, $5,000
8. Pettalia Preserving Majority Fund, Peter Pettalia, $5,000
9. Roger Hauck, $5,000
10. Michigan Farm Bureau PAC, $5,000
11. VerHeulen Leadership Fund, Rob VerHeulen, $4,500

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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