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.

53rd House District, Rep. Yousef Rabhi

53RD HOUSE DISTRICT (A portion of Washtenaw County)

Current representative: The current representative for the 53rd District is Rep. Yousef Rabhi (D-Ann Arbor). The district includes a portion of the city of Ann Arbor and portions of Ann Arbor, Pittsfield and Scio townships, according to House Democrats. Rabhi was first elected to the Michigan House in 2016, taking office in 2017. Rabhi previously served as a Washtenaw County commissioner and worked at the University of Michigan as the volunteer coordinator at Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum, according to his House biography.

A map of the 53rd District is available here.

Rep. Rabhi raises money through a candidate committee, Committee to Elect Yousef Rabhi, and a leadership PAC, Liberty and Justice for All, which formed in May 2017.

TALLY: Top Disclosed Donors To Rep. Rabhi And Connected Committees From 2015 Until The Present

1. Margaret Levenstein, professor, $1,050

2. Richard Soble, Soble Rowe Krichbaum, $1,000

3. Realtors PAC, Michigan Association of Realtors, $1,000

4. Ann Larimore, retired, $1,000

5. Lounes Rabhi, engineer, $1,000

6. Conan Smith, Michigan Suburbs Alliance, $1,000

7. Barbara Kessler, Kessler, Mulkoff & Hooberman, $1,000

8. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $1,000

9. Benjamin Joffe, lawyer, $1,000

10. James Daly, Water Works Sprinklers, $1,000


DETAILED LISTS

Top donors to Committee to Elect Yousef Rabhi for 2017-2018:

1. Benjamin Joffe, lawyer, $1,000
2. James Daly, Water Works Sprinklers, $1,000
3. Inga Yuditsky, General Motors, $500
4. Peggy Rabhi, Ann Arbor, $200
5. Margaret Levenstein, professor, $200
6. Ellen Offen, retired, $150
7. Edward Steinman, retired, $150
8. Christina Stephens, $150

Top donors to Liberty and Justice for All for 2017-2018:

1. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $1,000
2. Friends of Ferris, $500
3. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers PAC, $500
4. Michigan Nurses Association, $500
5. Realtors PAC, $500
6. Michigan Community College Association, $250
7. Michigan League of Conservation Voters, $200
8. Yousef Rabhi, self, $192
9. Governmental Consultant Services Inc., $150
10. Pharmacy Action Council, $150

Top donors to Committee to Elect Yousef Rabhi for 2015-2016:

1. Richard Soble, Soble Rowe Krichbaum, $1,000
2. Realtors PAC, Michigan Association of Realtors, $1,000
3. Ann Larimore, retired, $1,000
4. Lounes Rabhi, engineer, $1,000
5. Conan Smith, Michigan Suburbs Alliance, $1,000
6. Barbara Kessler, Kessler, Mulkoff & Hooberman, $1,000
7. Margaret Levenstein, professor, $850
8. Larry Ross, Ecowize North America, $600
9. Mohamad Issa, Global Educational Excellence, $500
10. IUPAT Political Action Together, $500
11. James Daly, Ann Arbor Wellness Collective, $500
12. Ryan Hughes, applications developer, $500
13. Sean Duval, Golden Limousine International, $500
14. Paul Saginaw, Zingerman’s, $500
15. Guy Conti, Contilegal, $500
16. Martha Darling, retired, $500
17. Tracy Van Den Bergh, attorney, $500
18. Michigan Nurses Association, $500
19. Iron Workers Local 25 PAC, $500
20. Margaret Levenstein, research scientist, $500
21. Said Lounis, Serapid, $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.