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 Nov. 29, 2017.

98th House District, Rep. Gary Glenn

98TH HOUSE DISTRICT (Portions of Bay and Midland counties)

Current representative: The current representative for the 98th House District is Rep. Gary Glenn (R-Midland). The district includes the cities of Auburn, Pinconning and Linwood in Bay County and the city of Midland in Midland County, according to the House Republicans. He was first elected in 2014.

Glenn is chair of the House Energy Committee and is a member of the Military and Veterans Affairs Committee, the Communications and Technology Committee and the Insurance Committee, according to House Republicans.

A map of the 98th District is available here.

Rep. Glenn raises money through a state House candidate committee, Gary Glenn for Representative. In October 2017, he launched a candidate committee for the state Senate, Gary Glenn for State Senate. He's also connected to a leadership PAC, Growth Liberty Enterprise Now Network.

TALLY: Top Disclosed Donors To Rep. Glenn And Connected Committees From 2013 Through Today

1. Gary Glenn, $119,720

2. Kepler family, retired $28,000

3. Nextera Energy PAC, $16,000

4. Mueller family, $7,500

5. Midland County GOP, $6,000

6. 4th Congressional District GOP,  $6,000

7. Robert Tondu, Tondu Corporation, $6,000

8. Value for Michigan, John Moolenaar, $5,000

9. MPAC, $5,000

10. Molly and Bill Weideman, retired, $5,000


DETAILED LISTS

Top donors to Gary Glenn for State Senate from 2017-2018:

1. Gary Glenn for Representative, $61,000
2. Swatzel family, South Carolina, $2,000
3. David Dittenber, retired, $1,000
4. Joe Fabiano, retired, $1,000
5. Mark Gurley, retired, $250
6. William Lievense, retired, $250
7. Pete Lehman, retired, $250
8. McKinney and Associates PAC, $250
9. John Drach retired, $200

Top donors to Gary Glenn for Representative from 2017-2018:

1. Growth Liberty Enterprise Now Network, $5,000
2. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $5,000
3. Telecommunications Association of Michigan, $2,500
4. Barclay family, Living Word International, $2,000
5. Beebe family, retired, $2,000
6. Kepler family, retired, $2,0000
7. Combs family, Greater Way Bible Temple, $2,000
8. Swatzel family, Swatzel Strategies, $2,000
9. Michigan Chamber PAC, $1,300
10. Automobile Club, AC PAC, $1,250
11. Lee Mueller, retired, $1,000
12. Bill Weideman, retired, $1,000
13. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $1,000
14. Marathon Petroleum Corp. PAC, $1,000
15. Marvin Rubingh, farmer, $1,000
16. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $1,000
17. Dow Chemical PAC, $1,000

Top donors to the Growth Liberty Enterprise Now Network 2017-2018:

1. David and Patricia Kepler, retired, $20,000
2. Robert Tondu, Texas, $5,000
3. Comcast Corp., $3,500
4. IGS Ventures INC, $2,700
5. Lee Mueller, retired, $2,500
6. Exelon PAC, $2,000
7. Boyce Hydro LLC, $1,500
8. Michigan Oil and Gas Association PAC, $1,000
9. Direct Energy Employee PAC, $1,000
10. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan PAC, $1,000
11. Patrick O’Brien, retired, $1,000
12. Michigan Propane Gas Association, $1,000
13. Mary Ann Galic, retired, $1,000

Top donors to Gary Glenn for Representative from 2015-2016:

1. Gary Glenn, $56,050
2. Nextera Energy PAC, $6,000
3. Michigan Chamber of Commerce PAC, $3,000
4. Marathon Petroleum Corporation Employees PAC, $2,500
5. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan PAC, $2,000
6. Mueller family, $2,000
7. Russell family, $2,000
8. Michigan Propane Gas Association, $1,750
9. Michigan Realtors Association, Realtors PAC, $1,250
10. Callton Action Fund, Mike Callton, $1,000
11. Raymond Telman, $1,000
12. Dow PAC, $1,000
13. Sid Jansma, Wolverine Gas & Oil, $1,000
14. Lenore Broughton, business owner, $1,000
15. National Association for Gun Rights PAC, $1,000
16. Bill Weidman, Molly Weidman, $1,000
17. Ira Combs, pastor, $1,000
18. Sandra Bartos, retired, $1,000
19. Axcess Financial Services PAC, $1,000

Top donors to the Growth Liberty Enterprise Now Network 2015-2016:

1. Nextera Energy PAC, $10,000
2. David Kepler, retired, $5,000
3. MPAC, $5,000
4. Lenore Broughton, retired, $3,000
5. Matthew Moroun, retired, $2,000
6. John Melton, retired, $2,000
7. Lee Mueller, retired, $2,000
8. Boyce Hydro LLC, $1,500
9. Jamie McGee, retired, $1,000
10. Bob Lauless, retired, $1,000
11. 4th Congressional District Republican Party, $1,000
12. Committee for Responsible Government, $1,000
13. Automobile Club, ACPAC, $1,000
14. Patricia Kepler, retired, $1,000
15. MorbanPAC, $1,000
16. John Bartos, $1,000

Top donors to Gary Glenn for Representative from 2013-2014:

1. Gary Glenn, $63,670
2. Midland County GOP, $6,000
3. 4th Congressional District GOP,  $5,000
4. Value for Michigan (John Moolenaar), $5,000
5. Mary Ann and George Galic, $2,100
6. Gaye and Ronald Beebe, $2,040
7. Leslie and Terry Duperon, $2,000
8. Janet and Bruce Henderson, $2,000
9. Lori and Greg Hetzer, $2,000
10. Bonita and Lee Johnston, $2,000
11. Julia and Robert Lauless, $2,000
12. Lindsay and Matthew Moroun, $2,000
13. National Federation of Independent Business Safe Trust, $2,000
14. Kimberly and Michael Paul, $2,000
15. Shirley and David Russell, $2,000
16. Virginia and Lawrence Schuelke, $2,000
17. State Employee Rights Campaign Committee, $2,000
18. Susie and Tom Swatzel, $2,000
19. Elaine and Earle Van Dyke, $2,000
20. Barbara and David Vande Bunte, $2,000
21. Molly and Bill Weidman, $2,000

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.