Following The Money In Michigan: 2018

This page allows members of the public to see how much money is flowing into 2018 races across the state and where much of the money is coming from. You can click on a race below to find MCFN's tracking numbers or you can scroll through the page to view our numbers on all of the races.

NOTES: We will update the page throughout 2018 as numbers become available. The numbers on this page do not necessarily reflect the newest available. They come from campaign finance disclosures from candidates, independent spending reports and an analysis of TV ad-tracking data from Kantar Media/CMAG.

Also, (i) means the person is an incumbent, and a waiver means the candidate doesn't intend to receive or spend more than $1,000 for the election. You can click on the candidate's name to see their full fundraising reports filed with the Secretary of State.

 

GOVERNOR

ATTORNEY GENERAL

SECRETARY OF STATE

MICHIGAN STATE SENATE RACES

MICHIGAN STATE HOUSE RACES

MICHIGAN SUPREME COURT RACE

 


GOVERNOR

Republican Bill Schuette has raised $8,588,718, including $404,483 in public funds.

Top donors include: 1. Bill Schuette, attorney general, $325,000; 2. Michigan Republican Party, $100,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $68,000; 4. Michigan Farm Bureau PAC, $68,000; 5. Michigan Chamber PAC, $68,000; 6. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $67,750; 7. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $56,500; 8. Miller Canfield PAC, $52,000; 8. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $50,000; 9. Blue Cross Blue Shield, $42,500; 10. DeVos family, Amway, $34,000.

Democrat Gretchen Whitmer has raised $12,264,437, including $929,395 in public funds.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Democratic State Central Committee, $100,000; 2. Michigan Laborers Political League, $68,000; 3. Bernstein PAC, $68,000; 4. Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association, $68,000. 5. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $68,000; 6. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $68,000; 7. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $68,000; 8. Michigan State Utility Workers PAC, $68,000; 9 League of Conservation Voters PAC, $68,000; 10. Operating Engineers Local 324, $68,000; 11. DGA Victory Fund, $68,000.

Libertarian Bill Gelineau has raised $89,663.

Top donors include: 1. Bill Gelineau, $44,005; 2. Libertarian Party of Michigan, $4,485; 3. William Hall, Warner Norcross & Judd, $4,025; 4. Angelique Thomas, Lake Orion, $4,000; 5. Lorence Wenke, Wenke Greenhouses, $3,500; 6. Joseph Gillotte, Lyons, $2,500.

— Outside Spending: A Stronger Michigan, a 527 organization working to promote Whitmer, has reported spending $7.9 million

Top donors include: 1. Progressive Advocacy Trust, $1.5 million; 2. Democratic Governors Association, $1.5 million; 3. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Special Account, $750,000; 4. Michigan Corrections Organization, $750,000; 5. Build A Better Michigan, $525,000; 6. Emily's List Non-Federal, $500,000; 7. National Education Association Advocacy Fund, $500,000.

— Outside Spending: The Republican Governors Association Michigan 2018 PAC, a super PAC supporting Schuette, has reported spending $4.7 million.

Top donors include: 1. Pfizer Inc., $250,000; 2. Wal-Mart Stores, $200,000; 3. Karen Wright, Ariel Corporation, $189,999; 4. Sanofi-Aventis US Inc., $152,500; 5. Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, $125,000; 6. Joel Greenberg, Pennsylvania, $125,000.

— Outside Spending: Americans for Prosperity, a nonprofit organization, has reported spending $3.9 million in opposition to Whitmer. It doesn't have to disclose its donors.

— Outside Spending: The Conservation Voters of Michigan, a super PAC, has reported spending $1.9 million in support of Whitmer.

— Outside Spending: State Solutions, a nonprofit working to promote Schuette, has aired an estimated $1.48 million in broadcast ads.

— Outside Spending: United We Can, a super PAC, has reported spending $1.1 million either in support of Whitmer or in opposition to Schuette.

— Outside Spending: Working America and Working Michigan, two super PACs, have reported spending $557,938 in support of Whitmer.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Planned Parenthood Votes, a super PAC, has reported spending $418,841 either in support of Whitmer or in opposition to Schuette.

— Outside Spending: The Progress Michigan Political Action Fund, a super PAC, has reported spending $327,906 either in support of Whitmer or in opposition to Schuette.

— Outside Spending: The Michigan Republican Party has reported spending $322,085 in opposition to Whitmer.

— Outside Spending: NextGen Climate Action, a super PAC, has reported spending $315,436 in support of Whitmer.

— Outside Spending: Win Justice, a super PAC, has reported spending $271,603 in support of Whitmer.

— Outside Spending: The Michigan Sierra Club Independent Action PAC reported spending $123,651 in support of Whitmer.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders Supporting Candidates In The Primary

Republican Brian Calley has raised $3,784,703.

Top donors include: 1. Brian Calley Lieutenant Governor Committee Transfers, $1,230,766; 2. MI PAC $68,000; 3. Value for Michigan PAC, $68,000; 4. Relentless Positive Action PAC, Rick Snyder, $58,000; 5. Scappaticci family, Northville, $27,200; 6. DeVos family, Amway, $20,400; 7. Nicholson family, PVS Chemicals, $13,600; 8. Rick and Susan Snyder, governor, $13,600.

Republican Patrick Colbeck has raised $538,787.

Top donors include: 1. Jurkiw family, North American Controls, $34,000; 2. Robert and Mary Binienda, retired, $13,600; 3. LInda and Calvin Dykstra, Spring Lake, $11,250; 4. Van Dyke and family, OVD, $9,100; 5. Timothy Patton, Patton Investments, $6,800; 6. Rudie Noble, Canton Public Library, $6,800; 7. Diane Luoto, Livonia, $6,800

Republican Jim Hines has raised $2,907,556.

Top donors include: 1. Jim and Martha Hines, $2.7 million; 2. Hric family, Onsite Neonatal Partners, New Jersey, $14,000; 3. Daniel Wechter, physician, $7,000; 4. Mark Heinzelmann, physician, $4,000. 5. Robert Borenitsch, physician, $1,375; 6. T. Lisle Whitman, physician, $2,000; 7. Mark Heinzelman, physician, $2,000.

Democrat Abdul El-Sayed has raised $5,463,172, including $909,351 in public funds.

Top donors include: 1. Hammoud for Michigan, Abdullah Hammoud, $68,000; 2. Arab American Pharmacist Association PAC, $20,000; 3. Shareef and Anan Ahmed, West Bloomfield, $13,600; 4. Jukaku and Faiziya Tayeb, St. Clair Nephrology, $13,600; 5. Hasan and Shameela Rizvi, California, $13,600; 6. Jazmin and Asim Khan, Arizona, $13,600; 7. Sana and Safura Khan, California, $13,600; 8. Brigitte and Bashar Kalai, Amerapex Corporation, $13,600.

Democrat Shri Thanedar has raised $12,727,964.

Top donors include: 1. Shri Thenadar, $12,693,985 (repaid $2.3 million in loans); 2. Harmesh Kumar, California, $500; 3. Ajay Patwardhan, California, $250.

Libertarian John Tatar has raised $11,578.

Top donors include: 1. John Tatar, $3,239.

— Outside Spending: Better Jobs, Stronger Families, a Super PAC working to support Schuette in the primary, has reported spending $2.5 million.

Top donors include: 1. Fund for Michigan’s Tomorrow’s, $300,000; 2. Penske Corporation, $300,000; 3. Better Jobs Stronger Fam. Policy Sol , $275,000; 4. Mohammad Qazi, Ciena Healthcare, $250,000; 5. Kojaian Properties, Bloomfield Hills, $250,000; 6. Peter Karmanos, Maddog Technology, $250,000; 7. Oakland Financial Corporation, $250,000.

— Outside Spending: Build A Better Michigan, a 527 organization working to promote Whitmer in the primary, has reported spending $2.4 million (not including money it gave to A Stronger Michigan).

Top donors include: 1. Progressive Advocacy Trust, Ingham County Democratic Party Administrative Account, $300,000; 2. Michigan State Council SEIU, $300,000; 3. American Federation of Teachers, $250,000; 4. Philip A. Hart Democratic Club, $250,000; 5. DRIVE Committee, $250,000; 6. United Auto Workers V CAP, $250,000; 7. Emily’s List, $250,000.

— Outside Spending: Calley Continues the Comeback, a Super PAC working to support Calley, has reported raising $960,713.

Top donors include: 1. William Parfet, Northwood Group, $323,540; 2. T.E. Adderley, Kelly Services, $250,000; 3. Daniel DeVos, DP Fox Ventures, $200,000; 4. Stephen Polk, Highgate LLC, $100,000.

— Outside Spending: Fund for Michigan's Tomorrows, a nonprofit, aired an estimated $654,000 in broadcast ads promoting Schuette in the primary.

— Outside Spending: Fund for Michigan Jobs, a nonprofit, has aired an estimated $794,000 in ads promoting Calley.

— Outside Spending: Making Government Accountable, a nonprofit, has aired an estimated $347,000 in ads promoting Calley.

— Outside Spending: Relentless Positive Action PAC has aired an estimated $342,000 in ads promoting Calley.

— Outside Spending: MIPAC has reported spending $242,000 in support of Calley.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber Super PAC has reported spending $30,000 in support of Schuette.

 



ATTORNEY GENERAL

Republican Tom Leonard has raised $2,002,792.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Republican Party, $102,768; 2. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $68,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $68,000; 4. Michigan Values Leadership Fund II, Tom Leonard, $63,000; 5. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $47,500; 6. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $37,500; 7. DeVos family, Amway, $34,000.

Democrat Dana Nessel has raised $1,666,555.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $68,000; 2. Democratic Attorneys General Association (in-kind), $56,800; 3. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $34,000; 4. Michigan Association for Justice, $30,000; 5. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $30,000; 6. Bernstein family, individuals, $20,400; 7. Michigan Education Association, MEA PAC, $20,000.

Independent Christopher Graveline has raised $83,173.

Top donors include: 1. Christopher Graveline, attorney, $18,932; 2. Anthony Christie, Philadelphia, $5,500; 3. Rusty Edick, Legacy Builders, $3,196; 4. Patrick Graveline, psychologist, $6,250; 5. Daniel Lemisch, attorney, $1,500.

Libertarian Lisa Lane Gioia currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: The Michigan Freedom Fund, a super PAC, reported spending $699,597 in opposition to Nessel.

Top donors include: 1. American Chemistry Council, $50,000; 2. Purdue Pharma, $50,000; 3. Home Depot, $50,000; 4. CMH Services, $50,000; 5. Redbull, $25,000.

— Outside Spending: The Michigan Republican Party reported spending $554,000 in opposition to Nessel.

— Outside Spending: The DAGA MI People's Lawyer Project, a super PAC, reported spending $464,980 in opposition to Leonard.

Top donor include: 1. Democratic Attorneys General Association Inc., $785,000; 2. AFSCME, $250,000.

— Outside Spending: Everytown For Gun Safety Action Fund reported spending $450,766 in support of Nessel.

— Outside Spending: End Citizens United, a super PAC, reported spending $99,997 in support of Nessel.

— Outside Spending: DAGA Michigan PAC reported spending $50,000 in support of Nessel.

— Outside Spending: Humane Society Legislative Fund reported spending $37,155 in support of Nessel.

— Outside Spending: Progress Michigan Political Action Fund, a super PAC, reported spending $25,306 in support of Nessel.  

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Tonya Schuitmaker raised $606,786.

Top donors include: 1. Tonya Schuitmaker, state senator, $200,000; 2. Tonya Schuitmaker for State Senate, $200,000; 3. Balkema family, Azo Services LLC, $27,200; 4. Schuitmaker for Michigan, $25,000; 5. William and Barbara Parfet, MPI Research, $13,600; 6. Schuitmaker family, Lawton, $13,600.

Democrat Patrick Miles raised $520,682.

1. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $10,000; 2. Rachel Bendit and Mark Bernstein, Ann Arbor, $6,893; 3. Brett Hart, United Airlines, $6,800; 4. Kate Pew Wolters, Kate Richard Wolters Foundation, $6,800; 5. Michael Elliot, health care, $6,800; 6. Patrick Miles, attorney, $6,048.

— Outside Spending: Dennis G. Lennox reported spending $10,613 in opposition to Leoanrd.

 



SECRETARY OF STATE

Republican Mary Treder Lang has raised $676,669.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Republican Party, $103,022; 2. DeVos family, Amway, $40,800; 3. Barnes family, Belle Tire, $27,200; 4. Haworth family, Haworth, $20,400; 5. Linda and Michael Morris, Northville, $13,600; 6. John and Marlene Boll, St. Clair Shores, $13,600; 7. Ronald and Eileen Weiser, Ann Arbor, $13,600; 8. Nancy and Sean Cotton, Meridian Health, $13,600; 9. Paul and Lynn Alandt, Crest Automotive Group, $13,600; 10. John and Nancy Kennedy, Autocam, $13,600.

Democrat Jocelyn Benson has raised $1,454,631.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $68,000; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $68,000; 3. AFSCME AFL-CIO, $34,000; 4. Jocelyn Benson, CEO RISE, $22,969; 5. Michigan Education Association PAC, $20,000; 6. Miller Canfield PAC, $16,000; 7. Emily’s List $15,000.

Libertarian Gregory Stempfle has raised $1,551.

— Outside Spending: iVote Fund, a super PAC, has reported spending $896,350 in support of Benson.

— Outside Spending: The Democratic Association of Secretaries Of State has reported spending $49,620 in support of Benson.

— Outside Spending: Progress Michigan Political Action Fund has reported spending $25,306 in support of Benson.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Stan Grot has raised $153,277.

Top donors include: 1. Previous Stan Grot Candidate Committee, $31,000; 2. Stan Grot for Michigan Republicans, $24,100; 3. Stan Grot, Shelby Township clerk, $14,100; 4. Ross Lewicki, Hubbell Ryan Auto Parts, $6,000; 5. 9th Congressional Republican District Committee, $5,000; 6. John DiGiuseppe, Mirage Elegant Banquets/Catering, $4,409

Republican Joseph Guzman has raised $38,076.

1. Joseph Guzman, assistant professor, $21,281; 2. John Andrews, Virginia, $6,800; 3. Raad and Vincent Ayar, construction, $3,000; 4. Kevin Whiteford, Whiteford Wealth Management, $500; 5. Melania Dart, Dart Bank, $500; 6. Peggy Delacruz, East Lansing, $500.

 



STATE SENATE 1ST DISTRICT

Republican Pauline Montie has raised $780.

Democrat Stepanie Chang has raised $210,999.

Top donors include: 1. Friends of Stephanie Chang, House committee, $17,140; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $7,500; 3. Michigan Association for Justice, Justice PAC, $5,000; 4. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $3,000; 5. Health PAC, Michigan Health and Hospital Association, $2,750; 6. Henry Ford Health System, $2,250.

Green Party candidate David Bullock hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat James Cole, Jr., hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Nicholas Rivera currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Stephanie Roehm hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Bettie Cook Scott has raised $23,691.

Top donors include: 1. Bettie Cook Scott, $11,731; 2. People 4 Bettie Scott, transfer, $3,500; 3. Michigan Association of Reattors, $3,000; 4. Emanuel Manos, Detroit Salt Company, $1,000.

Democrat Alberta Tinsley Talabi has raised $9,865.

Top donors include: 1. Alberta Tinsley Talabi, $5,258; 2. Nicholson, PVS Chemicals,$2,000; 3. Larry Brinker, Detroit, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: Detroit United Unite Here Local 24 has reported spending $211 in support of Chang.

 


STATE SENATE 2ND DISTRICT

Republican Lisa Papas has raised $12,113.

Top donors include: 1. Lisa Papas, teacher, $8,268; 2. Eastside Republican Club, $750; 3. Wayne County Republican Committee, $500; 4. 14th District Republican Committee, $400.

Democrat Adam Hollier has raised $178,360.

Top donors include: 1. Adam J. Hollier, $28,380; 2. Duggan Leadership Fund, Mike Duggan, $15,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $5,000; 4. Abro family, Mike’s Fresh Food Market, $4,000; 5. Michigan Laborers Political League, $2,500; 6. Henry Ford Health System PAC, $2,500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican John Hauler currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Abraham Aiyash has raised $109,165.

Top donors include: 1. Wadha Ayash, $2,000; 2. Hafaid Gobah, $2,000; 3. Nashwan Quray, $2,000.

Democrat Brian Banks has raised $156,875.

Top donors include: 1. Brian Banks, $33,500; 2. Michigan Association For Justice PAC, $11,500; 3. Operating Engineers Local 324, $10,000.

Democrat Tommy Campbell currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat George Cushingberry, Jr., has raised $8,150.

Top donors include: 1. George Cushingberry Jr., $6,800; 2. Ronald Calery, $500; 3. Roads Plus, $300.

Democrat Lawrence E. Gannan has raised $8,849.

Top donors include: 1. Lawrence Gannan, $8,849.

Democrat LaMar Lemmons currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Anam Miah has raised $9,540.

Top donors include: 1. Nabih Ayed, $2,000; Anam Miah, $1,440; 3. Sami Dabaja, $1,000.

Democrat John Olumba hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Regina L. Williams has raised $2,436.

Top donors include: 1. Regina Williams, $1,354; 2. Gregory Williams, $557; 3. Joseph Brown, $150.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Detroiters for Change has spent an undisclosed amount promoting Hollier and criticizing Banks.

— Outside Spending: The group Michigan Deserves Better has sent out mailers promoting Banks.

 


STATE SENATE 3RD DISTRICT

Republican Kathy Stecker currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Sylvia Santana has raised $144,040.

Top donors include: 1. Sylvia Santana state House committee transfer, $80,000; 2. Michigan Association of Realtors, $3,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,000; 4. Pipefitters Local 636, $2,500; 5. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $2,500; 6.. James Nicholson, PVS Chemicals, $2,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Anita Belle currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Terry T. Burrell hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Gary Woronchak has raised $124,493.

Top donors include: 1. Gary Woronchak, $54,000; 2. Mark Abbo, $2,000; 3. Alan Helmkamp, $2,000; 4. Chadi Reda, M&R Oil, $1,500; 5. Gary Woronchak for County Commissioner transfer, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: Small Business Association of Michigan II, a super PAC, reported spending $5,099 in support of Santana.

 


STATE SENATE 4TH DISTRICT

Republican Angela Savino hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Marshall Bullock has raised $91,002.

Top donors include: 1. Duggan Leadership Fund, Mike Duggan, $15,000; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $5,000; 3. Mark Douglas, $2,000; 4. Reginald Eadie, $2,000; 5. Levi Stubbs, IMA, $1,500; 6. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Fred Durhal has raised $100,019.

Top donors include: 1. Fred Dural for State Representative transfer, $46,614; 2. Durhal for Mchigan, Fred Durhal, $16,500; 3. Michigan Health & Hospital Association PAC, $5,000.

Democrat Carron L. Pinkins currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Detroiters for Change has spent an undisclosed amount promoting Bullock.

 


STATE SENATE 5TH DISTRICT

Republican DeShawn Wilkins has raised $29,470.

Top donors include: 1. Wayne County Republican Committee, $5,000; 2. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $5,000; 3. Ron and Eileen Weiser, Ann Arbor, $4,000; 4. David and Barbara Vande Bunte, Vande Bunte Eggs, $4,000; 5. Karl Albrecht, Aciton Benefits, $2,000.

Democrat Betty Jean Alexander has raised $4,600.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,500; 2. Ananich Future Fund, Jim Ananich, $500; 3. Health PAC, Michigan Health & Hospital Association, $500; 4. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $500; 5. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo Strong Women Lead PAC, $500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat David Knezek (i) has raised $258,722.

Top donors include: 1. Registrars PAC Local 58 IBEW, $12,500; 2. Knezek for Michigan, David Knezek, $6,000; DTE Energy, $5,500; Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $5,500; CMS Energy, Consumers, $5,000.

 


STATE SENATE 6TH DISTRICT

Republican Brenda Jones currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Erika Geiss has raised $95,590.

Top donors include: 1. Erika Geiss, $41,000; 2. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $5,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,500; 4. Realtors PAC, $3,000; 5. Sujo Offield, $2,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Robert L. Kosowski has raised $114,515.

Top donors include: 1. Citizens for Robert Kosowski, House campaign, $27,500; 2. Robert Kosowski, self, $10,000; 3. Operating Engineers Local 324, $3,500; 4. Michigan Realtors PAC, $3,250; 5. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $2,500.

— Outside Spending: Westland Fire Fighters Fund has reported spending $396in support of Kosowski.

 


STATE SENATE 7TH DISTRICT

Republican Laura Cox has raised $762,121.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Republican Campaign Committee, $283,806; 2. Laura Cox, candidate, $100,000; 3. Transfers from Laura Cox state House campaign, $86,671; 4. Red and Blue PAC, $16,000; 5. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $15,000; 6. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $12,500; 7. Decider PAC, $10,500; 8. Growing Michigan, Dan Lauwers, $10,000; 9. DeVos family, Amway, $10,000.

Democrat Dayna Polehanki has raised $419,535.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Senate Democratic Fund, $219,080; 2. Dayna Polehanki, teacher, $20,436; 3. Michigan Education Association PAC, $15,000; 4. Flippable State Victory Fund, $14,000; 5. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $8,000; 6. Michigan Association for Justice, $5,000; 7. Operating Engineers, $5,000.

Libertarian Joseph H. LeBlanc currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $112,500 in support of Polehanki.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility, a nonprofit that favors Republicans, aired an estimated $286,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Public Voice a nonprofit that favors Republicans, aired an estimated $113,000 in the race.

— Outside Spending: MIchigan Chamber PAC III, a super PAC, reported spending $77,900 in support of Cox.

— Outside Spending: Senate Republican Campaign Committee reported spending $59,787 independently in support of Cox.

— Outside Spending: Conservation Voters of Michigan reported spending $54,217 in support of Polehanki.

— Outside Spending: Right to Life Victory Fund, a super PAC, reported spending $1,817 in support of Cox.

 

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Ghulam Qadir has raised $117,847.

Top donors include: 1. Ghulam Qadir for Northville Township, $4,076; 2. Nasim and Khan Ahmad, Canton, $4,000; 3. Muhammad and Samina Aslam, Unity Service Corporation, $4,000; 4. Tasleem and Zeeshan Noor, Canton, $4,000; 5. Ximena and Rabah Qadir, Texas, $4,000.

 


STATE SENATE 8TH DISTRICT

Republican Peter J. Lucido has raised $222,040.

Top donors include: 1. Peter Lucido, state representative, $50,000; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $6,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $3,500; 4. Michigan Credit Union League, $2,500; 5. Michigan Laborers Policial League, $2,500; 6. Stamas Leadership PAC, Jim Stamas, $2,018; 7. Tony Gallo, Gallo Companies, $2,000; 8. Matthew Moroun, Central Transport, $2,000.

Democrat Paul R. Francis has raised $850.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Ken Goike has raised $40,754.

Top donors include: 1. Ken Goike, $30,000; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $5,000; Ken Goike for State Representative transfer, $2,134.

Democrat Patrick Biange currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Raymond Filipek currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE SENATE 9TH DISTRICT

Republican Jeff Bonnell currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Paul Wojno has raised $226,238

Top donors include: 1. Paul Wojno, Warren city clerk, $158,000; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $4,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $3,000; 4. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $3,000; 5. Michigan Beer and Wine Wholesalers Association, $3,000; 6. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan PAC, $3,000; 7. Michigan Education Association PAC, $2,500; 8. Auto Dealrs of Michigan PAC, $2,500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Fred Kuplicki currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Kristina Lodovisi has raised $7,960.

Top donors include: 1. Kristina Lodovisi, $6,451; 2. Anthony Lodovski, $500; 3. Susan Lodovski, $300.

 


STATE SENATE 10TH DISTRICT

Republican Michael MacDonald has raised $332,444.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Republican Campaign Committee, $274,461; 2. Michael MacDonald, $12,400; 3. DeVos family, Amway, $10,000; 4. Haworth family, Haworth, $8,000; 5. Compete Michigan PAC, Mike Shirkey, $2,500; 6. Michigan Farm Bureau, $2,500; 7. Albert Addis, $1,200.

Democrat Henry Yanez has raised $253,084.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $18,107; 2. Registrars PAC Local 58 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $14,500; 3. Flippable State Victory Fund, $14,000; 4. Michigan Education Association PAC, $12,750; 5. Operating Engineers Local 324, $11,000; 6. Michigan Association for Justice, $7,500; 7. League of Conservation Voters, $5,681; 8. AFL-CIO, $5,000.

Libertarian Mike Saliba hasn't reported any contributions yet.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility, a nonprofit that favors Republicans, has aired an estimated $251,902 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: The Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $175,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $112,500 in support of Yanez.

— Outside Spending: A Public Voice, a group that's favored Republicans, has aired an estimated $85,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Senate Republican Campaign Committee reported spending $48,446 independently in support of MacDonald.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $38,471 in support of MacDonald.

— Outside Spending: Right to Life of Michigan Victory Fund reported spending $1,802 in support of MacDonald.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Joseph Bogdan currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Republican Michael Shallal has raised $54,410.

Top donors include: 1. Mazin and Linda Samona, Wild Bill’s, $4,000; 2. Michael Shallal, $3,023; 3. Chaldean Chamber PAC, $3,000; 4. Michigan Farm Bureau, $2,500.

 


 

STATE SENATE 11TH DISTRICT

Republican Boris Tuman currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Jeremy Moss has raised $109,277.

1. Jeremy Moss for State Representative, $24,400; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $6,000; 3. Jeremy Moss, $5,000; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $5,000; 5. Realtors PAC, $3,000; 6. Registrars Local 58 PAC, $2,500.

Libertarian James K. Young currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Crystal Bailey currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Vanessa Moss has raised $8,527. 

Democrat James Turner currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE SENATE 12TH DISTRICT

Republican Michael D. McCready has raised $505,804.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Republican Campaign Committee, $199,214; 2. McCready for State Representative, $35,000; 3. Mike McCready, $33,784; 4. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $20,000; 5. Realtors PAC, $10,500; 6. Michigan Jobs Fund, $10,000; 7. DeVos family, Amway, $10,000; 8. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, $8,500; 9. Haworth family, Haworth, $8,000.

Democrat Rosemary Bayer has raised $365,157.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Democratic Fund, $178,840; 2. Flippable State Victory Fund, $15,000; 3. Emily's List, $10,000; 4. Michigan Laborers Political League, $5,000; 5. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $5,000; 6. Michigan Association for Justice, $5,000; 7. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $3,000; 8. Ananich Future Fund, Jim Ananich, $2,500; 9. Registrars Local 58 PAC, $2,500.

Libertarian Jeff Pittel currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility, a nonprofit that favors Republicans, has aired an estimated $166,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $112,500 in support of Bayer.

— Outside Spending: Senate Republican Campaign Committee reported spedning $45,965 independently in support of McCready.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $18,414 in support of McCready.

— Outside Spending: Right to Life Victory Fund, a super PAC, reported spending $1,195 in support of McCready.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Vernon Molnar currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Republican Jim Tedder has raised $166,651.

Top donors include: 1. Jim Tedder, representative, $38,000; 2. Jim Tedder House candidate Committee, $28,800; 3. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $11,000; 4. Michigan Chamber PAC $5,500; 5. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $5,000.

Republican Terry Whitney has raised $2,050.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project reported spending $26,495 in support of Tedder.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project reported spending $10,476 in opposition to McCready.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Gun Rights reported spending $263 in opposition to McCready.

 


STATE SENATE 13TH DISTRICT

Republican Marty Knollenberg (i) has raised $533,578.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Republican Campaign Committee, $190,760; 2. Marty Knollenberg, $50,400; 3. Realtors PAC, $11,000; 4. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $10,000; 5. DeVos family, Amway, $10,000; 6. DTE Energy, $8,100; 7. Haworth family, Haworth, $8,000; 8. Michigan Credit Union League, $6,750; 9. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $6,500;

Democrat Mallory McMorrow has raised $558,128.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Democratic Fund, $219,480; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $19,948; 3. Mallory McMorrow, Gingerhaus LLC, $19,295; 4. Emily's List, $10,000; 5. Operating Engineers Local 324, $6,000; 7. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers PAC, $5,000; 8. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $5,000; 9. Michigan Laborers Political League, $5,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility, a nonprofit that favors Republicans, has aired an estimated $185,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $112,500 in support of McMorrow.

— Outside Spending: Conservation Voters of Michigan reported spending $67,922 in support of McMorrow.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $55,463 in support of Knollenberg.

— Outside Spending: Senate Republican Campaign Committee reported spending $45,959 independently in support of Knollenberg.

— Outside Spending: Small Business Association II, a super PAC, reported spending $13,864 in support of Knollenbeg.

— Outside Spending: Right to Life Victory Fund, a super PAC, reported spending $1,520 in support of Knollenbeg.

 


STATE SENATE 14TH DISTRICT

Republican Ruth Johnson has raised $127,207.

Top donors include: 1. Ruth Johnson, secretary of state, $32,000; 2. Haworth family, Haworth, $8,000; 3. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $5,000; 4. Michigan Bankers PAC, MI BANK, $4,500; 5. Realtors PAC, $3,000; 6. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $2,125; 7. Stamas Leadership PAC, Jim Stamas, $2,018.

Democrat Renee Watson has raised $13,169.

Top donors include: 1. Genesee County Democratic Party, $2,000; 2. Renee Watson, candidate, $2,000; 3. Michigan Laborers Political League, $1,000; 4. Michigan Education Association, $1,000; 5. Marjorie Roswell, Roswell Infographics, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $112,500 in support of Watson.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Katherine Houston currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Cris Rariden has raised $1,522.

Top donors include: 1. Cris Rariden, Grand Blanc, $1,000; 2. Elizabeth Rariden, dental hygenist, $200.

Democrat Jason B. Waisanen hasn't reported any contributions yet.

 


STATE SENATE 15TH DISTRICT

Republican Jim Runestad has raised $392,910.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Republican Campaign Committee, $122,032; 2. Friends of Jim Runestad, $94,000; 3. Jim Runestad, $36,000; 4. DeVos family, Amway, $12,000; 5. Samona family, Wild Bill’s Tobacco, $7,200; 6. Konja family, International Wholesale and Drink, $7,000; 7. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, $3,250; 8. Realtors PAC, $3,200; 9. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $2,500.

Democrat Julia Pulver has raised $119,979.

Top donors include: 1. Julia Pulver, HPS Consulting, $18,022; 2. Flippable State Victory Fund, $15,000; 3. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $5,000; 4. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $3,000; 5. Michigan Association for Justice, $2,500; 6. Joseph Pulver, $2,000; 7. MI List, $2,000;84. Jan Weirauch, H&H Welding, $2,000; 9. Patricia Mentzer, Mason, $2,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $112,500 in support of Pulver.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC III, a super PAC, reported spending $64,500 in support of Runestad.

— Outside Spending: Senate Republican Campaign Committee reported spending $49,111 independently in support of Runestad.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $36,655 in support of Runestad.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility, a nonprofit that favors Republicans, has aired an estimated $28,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Right to Life Victory Fund, a super PAC, reported spending $1,305 in support of Runestad.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Mike Saari currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Gun Rights has reported spending $264 in support of Runestad.

 


STATE SENATE 16TH DISTRICT

Republican Mike Shirkey (i) has raised $235,340.

Top donors include: 1. Michael Shirkey, $15,901; 2. Michigan Credit Union League, $12,000; 3. DeVos family, Amway, $12,000; 4. Altria Group PAC, $6,000; 5. Realtors PAC, $5,500; 6. Auto Dealers of Michigan PAC, $5,250; 7. Michigan Association of Nurse Anestetists, $5,000.

Democrat Val Cochran Toops has raised $3,450

Top donors include: 1. Val Cochran Toops, $2,774

Libertarian Ronald A. Muszynski currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Matt Dame has raised $27,975.

Top donors include: 1. Matthew Dame, $18,211; 2. Bruce Caswell, retired, $1,000; 3. Shawn Tybor, Nevada, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project (GLEP) reported spending $2,120 in support of Shirkey.

 


STATE SENATE 17TH DISTRICT

Republican Dale W. Zorn (i) has raised $299,104.

Top donors include: 1. Monroe County Republican Executive Committee, $10,199; 2. DTE Energy, $9,000; 3. Michigan Credit Union League, $8,000; 4. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $6,562; 5. Michigan Bankers Association PAC, $5,000; 6. MAC PAC, Peter MacGregor, $4,500; 7. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $4,500.

Democrat Bill LaVoy has raised $38,115.

Top donors include: 1. Bill LaVoy, $6,455; 2. Monroe Plumbers and Pipefitters, $5,000; 3. Michigan Laborers Political League, $2,500; 4. Michigan Education Association PAC, $2,000; 5. Monroe County Democratic Party, $2,000; 6. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,000; 7. William LaVoy, retired, $2,000.

Libertarian Chad McNamara currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE SENATE 18TH DISTRICT

Republican Martin Church hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Jeff Irwin has raised $184,823.

Top donors include: 1. Jeff Irwin for State Representative, $49,095; 2. Michigan Laborers Political League, $10,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $10,000; 4. Realtors PAC, $3,000; 5. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $2,500; 6. Michigan Education Association, MEA PAC, $2,000; 7. Ann Larimore, Ann Arbor, $2,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Michelle Deatrick has raised $371,703.

Top donors include: 1. Steven Przybylski, Verdande Group, $304,686; 2. Michele Deatrick, Washtenaw County Commissioner, $12,500; 3. Ashish and Norma Sarkar, Superior Township, $4,000; 4. Alexander Deatrick, student, $2,000.

Democrat Matthew Miller has raised $14,850.

Top donors include: 1. Matthew Miller, $4,024; 2. Ayman Khafagi, Team Health, $4,000; 3. Tanya Reza, Ann Arbor, $2,000.

Democrat Anuja Rajendra has raised $183,582.

Top donors include: 1. Anuja Rajendra, Bollyfit, $60,462; 2. Padma and Raj Vattikuti, Vattikuti Ventures, $4,000; 3. Brahmajee and Padma Nallamothu, Ann Arbor, $4,000.

 


STATE SENATE 19TH DISTRICT

Republican John Bizon has raised $315,989.

Top donors include: 1. John Bizon, $190,000; 2. DeVos family, Amway, $12,000; 3. House Candidate Committee of John Bizon, $10,000; 4. Debbie Bizon, $20,000; 5. Michigan Farm Bureau, $5,000; 6. Haworth family, Haworth, $4,000; 7. Realtors PAC, $3,250; 8. Safe Michigan Fund, $3,000.

Democrat Jason Noble has raised $6,593.

Top donors include: 1. Operating Engineers Local 324, $2,500; 2. Jason Noble, $1,484; 3. Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 333, $1,000; 4. Barry County Democrats, $510.

Libertarian Joseph P. Gillotte currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Mike Callton has raised $289,883.

Top donors include: 1. Mike Callton for State Representative, $109,874; 2. Michigan Association of Chiropractors PAC, $16,600; 3. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, $7,000; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $6,500; 5. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $6,500; 6. Michigan Society of Anesthesiologists PAC, $6,000.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project reported spending $26,485 in support of Bizon.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Freedom Network reported spending $24,801 in support of Bizon.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Citizens for Energizing Michigan's Economy has aired an estimated $75,000 in broadcast TV ads promoting Callton or criticizing Bizon.

 


STATE SENATE 20TH DISTRICT

Republican Margaret E. O'Brien (i) has raised $964,498.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Republican Campaign Committee, $491,246; 2. Michigan Realtors PAC, $17,400; 3. COMM-PAC, $14,700; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $11,450; 5. Compete Michigan PAC, Mike Shirkey, $11,441; 6. Southwest Michigan First PAC, $11,000; 7. Michigan Credit Union League, $9,000; 8. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government, $8,500.

Democrat Sean McCann has raised $710,007.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Democratic Fund, $381,310; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $20,000; 3. Operating Engineers Local 324, $10,000; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $10,000; 5. Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 35, $9,000; 6. West Michigan Progressive Donors PAC, $8,000; 7. Michigan Laborers Political League, $7,500; 8. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $7,000.

Libertarian Lorence Wenke has raised $10,400.

Top donors include: 1. Lorence Wenke, $10,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $112,500 in support of McCann.

— Outside Spending: Conservation Voters of Michigan reported spending $50,266 in support of McCann.

— Outside Spending: Senate Republican Campaign Committee reported spending $41,924 independently in support of O'Brien.

— Outside Spending: Right to Life Victory Fund, a super PAC, reported spending $1,229 in support of O'Brien.

 


STATE SENATE 21ST DISTRICT

Republican Kim LaSata has raised $158,398.

Top donors include: 1. Kim LaSata for State Representative, $21,000; 2. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $11,000; 3. The Great Southwest Fund, John Proos, $10,000; 4. Michigan Chamber PAC, $5,000; 5. Realtors PAC, $3,250; 6. Stamas Leadership PAC, Jim Stamas, $2,018.

Democrat Ian Haight has raised $65,830.

Top donors include: 1. Ian Haight, Berrien RESA, $5,285; 2. Berrien County Democratic Party, $3,842; 3. Kevin Haight, $2,000; 4. Wally Haight, $2,000; 5. Kelly Houseal, teacher, $2,000; 6. Gretta Van Bree, St. Joseph, $2,000; 7. Eric Lester, doctor, $2,000; 8. Susan Russell, teacher, $2,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Dave Pagel has raised $147,555.

Top donors include: 1. Dave Pagel, $103,300; 2. Michigan Farm Bureau, $10,000; 3. Michigan Realtors PAC, $3,000.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project reported spending $31,297 in support of LaSata.

 


STATE SENATE 22ND DISTRICT

Republican Lana Theis has raised $182,235.

Top donors include: 1. Lana Theis, $27,000; 2. Lana Theis for State Rep, $24,000; 3. DeVos family, Amway, $12,000; 4. Delta PAC, $5,500; 5. Michigan Association of Health Plans, $4,250; 6. Panning family, Artisan Tile, $4,000; 7. Haworth family, Haworth, $4,000; 8. Automobile Club PAC, $3,000; 9. Realtors PAC, $3,000.

Democrat Adam Dreher has raised $24,997.

Top donors include: 1. Kenneth Dreher, Brighton, $2,000; 2. Livingston County Democratic Party, $1,500; 3. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,000; 4. Tom Scianna Belleville, $1,020; 5. Darlene Domanik, Brighton, $805; 6. Cherie Mollison, Fowlerville, $625; 7. Stella Scianna, $620.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Joseph Converse Marinaro currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE SENATE 23RD DISTRICT

Republican Andrea Pollock currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Curtis Hertel Jr. (i) has raised $319,947.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $13,650; 2. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $11,000; 3. Health PAC, Michigan Health & Hospital Association, $10,500;

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Nancy E. Denny currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE SENATE 24TH DISTRICT

Republican Tom Barrett has raised $600,428.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Republican Campaign Committee, $279,987; 2. Tom Barrett for State Representative, $48,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $20,000; 4. Moving Michigan Forward, Arlan Meekhof, $20,000; 5. Stamas Leadership PAC, Jim Stamas, $10,000; 6. Exelon PAC, $10,000; 7. Michigan Chamber PAC, $10,000; 8. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $10,000;

Democrat Kelly Rossman-McKinney has raised $614,031.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $20,000; 2. Operating Engineers Local 324, $20,000; 3. Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 333, $20,000; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $15,000; 5. Ananich Future Fund, Jim Ananich, $11,500; 6. Senate Democratic Fund, $10,000; 7. Michigan Education Association PAC, $10,000; 8. Hertel Take Back The Senate, Curtis Hertel, $10,000.

Libertarian Katie Nepton currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Bipartisan Solutions has spent an estimated $138,840 on broadcast TV ads promoting Rossman-McKinney.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC II, a super PAC, reported spending $155,500 in support of Barrett.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $112,500 in support of Rossman-McKinney.

— Outside spending: Michigan Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility, a nonprofit that favors Republicans, has aired an estimated $54,962 in ads in the race. 

— Outside Spending: Senate Republican Campaign Committee reported spending $45,085 independently in support of Barrett.

— Outside Spending: A Public Voice, a group that favors Republicans, has aired an estimated $33,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $18,414 in support of Barrett.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Brett Roberts has raised $177,365.

Top donors include: 1. Brett Roberts, $75,500; 2. Michigan Laborers Political League, $15,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $10,000; 4. Committee to Elect Brett Roberts, $9,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Freedom Network reported spending $57,642 in support of Barrett.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Realtors Super PAC reported spending $30,000 in support of Barrett.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber Super PAC has reported spending $28,817 in support of Barrett.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project has reported spending $21,860 in support of Barrett.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Gun Rights has reported spending $332 in support of Barrett.

— Outside Spending: Right to Life of Michigan Victory Fund reported spending $1,764 in support of Barrett.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Citizens for Energizing Michigan's Economy ran radio ads promoting Roberts.

— Outside Spending: Conservative Leadership and Values Coalition sent out mailers criticizing Barrett.

— Outside Spending: The Alliance for Michigan Power has spent an undisclosed amount sending out mailers promoting Roberts.

— Outside Spending: The group Policy over Party has sent out mailers criticizing Barrett.

 


STATE SENATE 25TH DISTRICT

Republican Dan Lauwers has raised $117,387.

Top donors include: 1. Dan Lauwers State House Committee, $28,500; 2. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $15,000; 3. Michigan Farm Bureau, $5,000; 4. Realtors PAC, $3,300; 5. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government, $3,000; 6. Michigan Credit Union League, $2,500; 8. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $2,000.

Democrat Debbie Bourgois has raised $1,487.

Top donors include: 1. Debbie Bourgois, $586; 2. St. Clair County Democrats, $500; 3. Susan Alderman, $201.

 


STATE SENATE 26TH DISTRICT

Republican Aric Nesbitt has raised $283,805.

Top donors include: 1. Aric Nesbitt, $19,741; 2. Nesbitt Majority Fund, Aric Nesbitt, $15,000; 3. DTE Energy, $9,000; 4. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $8,000; 5. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $7,000; 6. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government, $6,000; 7. Michigan Chamber, $5,500..

Democrat Garnet Lewis has raised $101,261.

Top donors include: 1. Vicky Cobb, $2,000; 2. Marvin Lewis, $2,000; 3. Garnet Lewis, $2,000; 4. Elizabeth Estes-Cooper, Meraki Social, $2,000; 5. Carol Hutchins, University of Michigan, $2,000; 6. Mary Stanbra, physical therapist, $2,000; 7. Jean Martin, Holland; 8. Mary Fechtig, Meraki Social, $2,000.

Libertarian Erwin Haas currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Bob Genetski has raised $202,843.

Top donors include: 1. Robert Genetski, Allegan County clerk, $181,078; 2. Maureen and Robert Genetski, Robert Genetski & Associates, $4,000; 3. A.J. Nassar, Foss Manufacturing, $2,000; 4. Jennifer Caringella, Fruitation Partners, $1,100; 5. Tim Vandebunte, Vandebunte Eggs, $500.

Republican Don Wickstra has raised $179,049.

Top donors include: 1. Don Wickstra, Hamilton Dentistry, $178,475.

— Outside Spending: The Michigan Realtors has reported spending $47,219 in support of Nesbitt.

— Outside Spending: Small Business Association of Michigan II, a super PAC, reported spending $5,950 in support of Nesbitt.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Citizens for Energizing Michigan's Economy has aired an estimated $81,000 in broadcast TV ads promoting Nesbitt. The group has also sent out mailers.

 


STATE SENATE 27TH DISTRICT

Republican Donna Kekesis currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Jim Ananich (i) has raised $280,505.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers, $10,000; 2. Ford Motor Company Civic Action Fund, $9,500; 3. Realtors PAC, $7,500; 4. DTE Energy, $7,000; 5. Michigan League of Conservation Voters PAC, $6,750; 6. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $6,000; 7. Michigan Health and Hospital Association, Health PAC, $5,500.

 


STATE SENATE 28TH DISTRICT

Republican Peter MacGregor (i) has raised $285,492.

Top donors include: 1. MAC PAC, Peter MacGregor PAC, $15,000; 2. Michigan Credit Union League Action Fund, $8,700; 3. Assocated Builders and Contractors, $8,500; 4. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $5,500; 5. Association of Accredited Child-Family, $5,000.

Democrat Craig Beach has raised $12,955.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,100; 2. Equity PAC, $500; 3. KCEA, Grand Rapids, $400; 4. George Wilson, teacher, $399; 5. Michelle Williams, teacher, $300; 6. Anthony Barclay, Rockford, $250.

Libertarian Nathan Hewer has raised $180.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Gidget Groendyk currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Ryan Jeanette has raised $236.

 


STATE SENATE 29TH DISTRICT

Republican Chris Afendoulis has raised $718,420.

Top donors include: 1. Chris Afendoulis for State House, $200,713; 2. Senate Republican Campaign Committee, $130,297; 3. Stamas Leadership Fund, Jim Stamas, $20,000; 4. MAC PAC, Peter MacGregor, $20,000; 5. Compete Michigan PAC, Mike Shirkey, $20,000; 6. VerHeulen Leadership Fund, Rob VerHeulen, $20,000; 7. Realtors PAC, $10,000.

Democrat Winnie Brinks has raised $671,879.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Democratic Fund, $169,482; 2. CTE WInnie Brinks, state House committee transfer, $69,454; 3. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $20,000; 4. Michigan Education Association PAC, $16,250; 5. Teamsters 406, $15,000; 6. Operating Engineers Local 324, $12,500; 7. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $12,250; 8. Progressive Women's Alliance of West Michigan, $12,000; 9. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $8,000.

Libertarian Robert VanNoller currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending: $112,500 in support of Brinks.

— Outside Spending: Conservation Voters of Michigan reported spending $33,662 in support of Brinks.

— Outside Spending: Small Business Association II, a super PAC, reported spending $11,096 in support of Afendoulis.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Freedom Network reported spending $9,313 in support of Afendoulis.

— Outside Spending: Right to Life Victory Fund, a super PAC, reported spending $1,849 in support of Afendoulis.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Daniel J. Oesch currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project (GLEP) reported spending $4,341 in support of Afendoulis.

 


STATE SENATE 30TH DISTRICT

Republican Roger Victory has raised $288,931.

Top donors include: 1. Roger Victory, Victory Farms, $184,700; 2. Michigan Farm Bureau, $10,000; 3. TGIF Victory Fund, $5,700; 4. Realtors PAC, $3,000; 5. Michigan Insurance Coalition, $2,750; 6. Stamas Leadership PAC, Jim Stamas, $2,018.

Democrat Jeanette Schipper has raised $16,450.

Top donors include: 1. Ottawa County Democratic Party, $1,750; 2. Donald Bruggink, Holland, $1,000; 3. John Arendshorst, Holland, $1,000; 4. Jack Faber, $500; 5. Kevin Rebhan, $500; 6. Second Congressional District Democratic Committee, $500; 7. Betsy Rhein, DK Construction, $500.

Libertarian Mary Buzuma has raised $1,842.

Top donors include: 1. Mary Buzuma, $1,342; 2. Shirley Koteles, $500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Rett DeBoer has raised $9,867.

Top donors include: 1. Rett DeBoer, $4,320; 2. Teddy Baird, attorney, $1,500; 3. Deborah Van Dyk, Hudsonville, $500; 4. Peter Smit, attorney, $500; 5. Elizabeth Adkins, Mississippi, $200.

Republican Daniela Garcia has raised $291,043.

Top donors include: 1. Daniela Garcia for State Representative, $172,438; 2. Moving Michigan Forward I, Arlan Meekhof, $20,000; 3. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $17,500; 4. Garcia Majority Fund, Daniela Garcia, $9,000.

Republican Joe Haveman has raised $103,639.

Top donors include: 1. Joe Haveman for State Representative, $5,571; 2. West Shore Majority Fund, Goeff Hansen, $5,000; 3. Noel and Janet Cuellar, Primera Plastics, $4,000; 4. Lee and Linda De Visser, Holland, $4,000; 5. Michigan Association of Realtors, $3,000.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project has reported spending $11,840 in support of Garcia.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Great Lakes First Fund has sent out mailers criticizing Victory.

 


STATE SENATE 31ST DISTRICT

Republican Kevin Daley has raised $317,654

Top donors include: 1. Senate Republican Campaign Committee, $118,381; 2. Kevin Daley, farmer, $25,500; 3. Michigan Farm Bureau, $10,000; 4. Realtors PAC, $10,000; 5. DeVos family, Amway; $10,000;  6. Haworth family, Haworth, $8,000; 7. MAC PAC, Peter MacGregor, $3,000; 8. CMS Energy, $2,500; 9. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $2,500.

Democrat Cynthia A. Luczak has raised $52,461.

Top donors include: 1. Cynthia Luczak, Bay County clerk, $17,035; 2. MIchigan Laborers Political League, $5,500; 3. Michigan Education Association PAC, $3,000; 4. Michigan Funeral Directors Association, $2,500; 5. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers PAC, $2,500; 6. Lapeer County Democratic Party, $1,500; 7. Operating Engineers Local 324, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $36,828 in support of Daley.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Gary Glenn has raised $259,794.

Top donors include: 1. Gary Glenn for Representative, $64,300; 2. Gary Glenn, $24,125; 3. Growth Liberty Enterprise Now Network, Gary Glenn, $15,000; 4. Blue Water Liberty Fund, Shane Hernandez, $10,000.

Democrat Joni Batterbee hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Bill Jordan has raised $24,055.

Top donors include: 1. Bill Jordan, $19,123; 2. Michelle Caro, Caro, $1,000; 3. Darrin Jones, Bay City, $500.

Democrat Chuck Stadler currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Faithful Conservatives for Michigan has aired an estimated $264,000 in broadcast ads either criticizing Glenn or promoting Daley. The group has also aired radio ads and sent out mailers.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Freedom Network reported spending $46,745 in support of Glenn.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Gun Rights has reported spending $1,022 in support of Glenn.

 


STATE SENATE 32ND DISTRICT

Republican Ken Horn (i) has raised $339,976.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Republican Campaign Committee, $12,000; 2. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government, Consumers Energy, $13,000; 3. DeVos family, Amway, $10,000; 4. General Motors PAC, $8,500; 5. DTE Energy Co. PAC, $8,100; 6. Haworth family, Haworth, $8,000; 7. Michigan Credit Union League, $8,000; 8. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan PAC $7,000.

Democrat Phil Phelps has raised $95,310.

Top donors include: 1. Phil Phelps, $17,756; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $17,500; 3. Michigan Laborers Political League, $5,000; 4. United Food and Commerical Workers, $5,000; 5. Flippable State Victory Fund, $5,000; 6. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $4,500.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $112,500 in support of Phelps.

— Outside Spending: Senate Republican Campaign Committee reported spending $25,436 independently in support of Horn.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Henry J. Gaudreau has raised $12,032.

Top donors include: 1. Henry Gaudreau, Chesaning, $3,322; 2. Damion Frasier, lawyer, $1,000; 3. James Newton, Flint, $1,000.

 


STATE SENATE 33RD DISTRICT

Republican Rick Outman has raised $98,422.

Top donors include: 1. Central Michigan Conservative Leadership, Jim Lower, $20,000; 2. Rick Outman for State Representative, $10,000; 3. Montcalm County Republican Party, $7,200; 4. Rick Outman, $3,782; 5. Realtors PAC, $3,000; 6. DTE Energy, $2,500; 7. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $2,000; 8. Michigan Beer and Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,000.

Democrat Mark Bignell has raised $8,579

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,000; 2. Mecosta County Democratic Party, $1,500; 3. Mark Bignell, $649.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Greg Alexander currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat John M. Hoppough has raised $9,048.

Top donors include: 1. Martha Fries-Wilson, Saugatuck, $1,000; 2. Robert Goodrich, Kentwood, $500; 3. Linda Stafford Greenvile, $500.

 


STATE SENATE 34TH DISTRICT

Republican Jon Bumstead has raised $549,606.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Republican campaign Committee, $284,288; 2. Friends of Jon Bumstead, transfer, $51,288; 3. Jon Bumstead, $20,650; 4. Realtors PAC, $11,450; 5. Haworth family, Haworth, $8,000; 6. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $7,250; 7. Compete Michigan PAC, Mike Shirkey, $5,000; 8. Michigan Chamber PAC, $5,000; 9. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $4,500.

Democrat Poppy Sias-Hernandez has raised $436,627.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Democratic Fund, $178,340; 2. Flippable State Victory Fund, $15,000; 3. Michigan Education Association PAC, $15,000; 4. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers PAC, $6,000; 5. Hertel Take Back The Senate Fund, Curtis Hertel, $4,000; 6. Ananich Future Fund, Jim Ananich, $4,000.

Libertarian Max Riekse currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility, a nonprofit that favors Republicans, has aired an estimated $179,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC III, a super PAC, reported spending $114,050 in support of Bumstead.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $112,500 in support of Sias-Hernandez.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $57,068 in support of Bumstead.

— Outside Spending: Senate Republican Campaign Committee reported spending $39,587 independently in support of Bumstead.

— Outside Spending: Public Voice, a group that favors Republicans, has aired an estimated $24,110 in the race.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Holly Hughes has raised $1,157,018 ($750,000 was paid back in loan repayments).

Top donors include: 1. Holly Hughes, property management, $1,031,048; DeVos family, Amway, $12,000; 3. Peter and Joan Secchia, Universal Forest Products, $4,000; 4. John and Kathleen Workman, Eagle Alloy, $4,000.

Democrat Collene Lamonte has raised $30,525.

Top donors include: 1. Operating Engineers Local 324, $10,000; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $5,000; 3. Ananich Future Fund, Jim Ananich, $2,500.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project reported spending $10,324 in support of Hughes.

— Outside Spending: Safari Club International Lansing Chapter reported spending $4,342 in support of Bumstead.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Conservative Coalition spent an estimated $8,430 on broadcast TV ads criticizing Hughes.

 


STATE SENATE 35TH DISTRICT

Republican Curt VanderWall has raised $209,873.

Top donors include: 1. Curt VanderWall, $25,000; 2. Curt VanderWall State House committee transfer, $10,000; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $7,000; 4. Michigan Pest Management Association, $6,500; 5. Michigan Chamber PAC, $5,000; 6. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $4,500; 7. Michigan Action Committee for Rural Electrification, $3,500; 8. Realtors PAC, $3,000.

Democrat Mike Taillard has raised $17,507.

Top donors include: 1. Mike Taillard, $2,690; 2. Benzie County Democratic Party, $2,000;  3. Leelanau Democrats, $1,300; 4. Laurie Spoon, campaign manager, $1,186; 5. Crystal Cafe, $1,000;65. Mason County Democratic Committee, $1,000; 7. Operating Engineers Local 324, $1,000.

Libertarian Timothy Coon currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Ray A. Franz has raised $68,009.

Top donors include: 1. Ray Franz, retired, $27,847; 2. David and Jennifer Smeltzer, West Wind Orchards, $4,000; 3. Michigan Association of Realtors, $3,250; 4. Ted Arens, $2,075.

Republican Bruce R. Rendon has raised $106,498.

Top donors include: 1. Bruce Rendon, $35,000; 2. Delia and John Koetje, Belmont, $3,700; 3. Realtors PAC of Michigan, $3,300; 4. Steven Stuck, Northland Insurance, $2,000; 5. Clifton Halliday, $2,000.

 


STATE SENATE 36TH DISTRICT

Republican Jim Stamas (i) has raised $393,229.

Top donors include: 1. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $6,500; 2. Michigan Credit Union League Action Fund, $5,000; 3. Michigan Jobs Fund, $5,000; 4. Realtors PAC, $4,750; 5. Michigan Chamber of Commerce PAC, $4,500; 6. Dow Chemical PAC, $4,250; 7. Michigan Restaurant Association PAC, $4,250; 8. Patricia and David Kepler, Dow Chemical, $4,000.

Democrat Joe Weir has raised $21,141.

Top donors include: 1. Joe Weir, Midland, $4,000; 2. Jeanne Dodd, Sanford, $2,000; 3. Fielding Yost, Midland, $1,950; 4. Alpha Media, Saginaw, $1,538; 5. Cindy Weir, Midland, $800; 6. Julie Ortiz, realtors, $750.

 


STATE SENATE 37TH DISTRICT

Republican Wayne Schmidt (i) has raised $474,627.

Top donors include: 1. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $10,300; 2. General Motors PAC, $7,250; 3. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $7,100; 4. Stamas Leadership Fund, Jim Stamas, $7,018; 5. MAC PAC, Peter MacGregor; $7,000.

Democrat Jim Page has raised $22,706.

Top donors include: 1. Antrim County Democrats, $1,100; 2. Emmet County Democrats, $1,000;  3. Charlevoix County Democratic Party, $700; 4. Constance Baker, $500; 5. Beth Shepherd, Charlevoix, $500; 6. Sierra Club, $500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Jim Gurr has raised $8,193.

Top donors include: 1. Thomas Backers, $641; 2. Barbara Willing, $660; 3. Thomas Stillings, $500.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project (GLEP) reported spending $3,619 in support of Schmidt.

 


STATE SENATE 38TH DISTRICT

Republican Ed McBroom has raised $425,648.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Republican Campaign Committee, $211,731; 2. Moving Michigan Forward I, Arlan Meekhof, $20,000; 3. Stamas Leadership PAC, Jim Stamas, $18,500; 4. Ed McBroom, farmer, $14,821; 5. Michigan Nurses Association PAC, $10,750;  6. Michigan Farm Bureau, $10,000; 7. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $7,500; 8. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $6,000. 

Democrat Scott Dianda has raised $561,084.

Top donors include: 1. Senate Democratic Fund, $236,755; 2. Scott Dianda for State Rep, $54,600; 3. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $20,000; 4. Operating Engineers Local 324, $20,000; 5. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $19,000; 6. Michigan Education Association PAC, $15,000; 6. Michigan Laborers Political League, $15,000; 7. Dianda for Michigan PAC, Scott Dianda, $12,000; 8. Realtors PAC, $11,200; 9. Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $10,600.

— Outside spending: Michigan Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility, a nonprofit that favors Republicans, has aired an estimated $113,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $112,500 in support of Dianda.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC III, a super PAC, reproted spending $45,000 in support of McBroom.

— Outside Spending: Senate Republican Campaign Committee reproted spending $44,239 independently in support of McBroom.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $36,828 in support of McBroom.

— Outside Spending: Right to Life Victory Fund, a super PAC, reported spending $1,157 in support of McBroom.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Mike Carey has raised $130,308. 

Top donors include: 1. Mike Carey, Carey Contracting, $76,584 2. George Corrigan, Florida, $2,000; 3. Brock Vanoss, Vanoss Forestry, $2,000; 4. Patricia Bergeron, Iron Mountain, $2,000; 5. Charles Williams, Norway, $2,000.

 



STATE HOUSE 1ST DISTRICT

Republican Mark Corcoran currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Tenisha Yancey has raised $31,280.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $5,000; 2. Realtors PAC of Michigan, $2,000; 3. Jane and Roy Granger, Farmington Hills, $2,000; 4. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $1,500.

Libertarian Gregory Creswell currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Shaun Maloy has raised $6,808.

 


STATE HOUSE 2ND DISTRICT

Republican John Palffy currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Joe Tate has raised $66,644.

Top donors include: 1. Joseph Tate, Detroit Economic Growth Corporation, $10,517; 2. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $3,500; Detroit 3. Firefighters Associations, $1,500; 4. George Adams, $1,500; 5. Peter Meijer, $1,500; 6. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 7. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $1,000; 8. Sarah Cunningham Ball, University of Michigan, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Kinda Makini Anderson has raised $5,486.

Democrat Carol Banks currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Willie Bell has raised $4,550.

Top donors include: 1. Operating Engineers Local 324, $1,000; 2. Orion Page, Detroit, $500; 3. Great Lakes Education Project; $250; 4. Freddie DuBose, 1st City, $250; 5. Roy McAllister, Detroit City Council, $225.

Democrat Latisha Johnson has raised $6,538.

Top donors include: 1. Latisha Johnson, $500; 2. Michigan Association for Justice, $500; 3. Maurice Morton, $500.

Democrat Regina Jones hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Carla L. Tinsley-Smith has raised $19,219

Top donors include: 1. Carla Tinsley-Smith, $4,500; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,000; 3. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan PAc, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: The Michigan Deserves Better PAC sent out mailers promoting Latisha Johnson.

 


STATE HOUSE 3RD DISTRICT

Republican Dolores Brodersen hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Wendell L. Byrd (i) has $29,875.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $3,000; 2. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $3,000; 3. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $2,500; 4. Michigan Laborers Political League, $1,250; 5. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,050;

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat China Cochran has raised $4,398.

Democrat John Cromer currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Christopher A. Owens currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Omar K. Proctor has raised $2,818.

Top donors include: 1. Marvin Winans, $500; 2. Jeff Taylor, $385; 3. Brandy Porterfield, $200.

 


STATE HOUSE 4TH DISTRICT

Republican Howard Weathington currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Isaac Robinson has raised $60,976.

Top donors include: 1. William Isaac Robinson, attorney, $32,317; 2. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $3,000; 3. Teamsters 337, $2,000; 4. Realtors PAC of Michigan, $1,500; 5. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $1,000; 6. Operating Engineers Local 324, $1,000; 7. Rola Sheik, Dearborn, $1,000; 8. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Md Rabbi Alam currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Saad A. Almasmari has raised $18,687.

Top donors include: 1. Saad Almasmari, $2,025; 2. Naji Almontaser, New York, $1,000; 3. Nabih Ayad, Northville, $1,000; 4. Arab American PAC, $1,000.

Democrat Derek Boston currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Christopher L. Collins has raied $4,970.

Democrat Matt Friedrichs has raised $39,134.

Top donors include: 1. Mark Friedrichs, Maryland, $1,000; 2. Julie Saulnier, Maryland, $1,000; 3. Kathy Friedrichs, Ann Arbor, $1,000; 4. David Friedrichs, Ann Arbor, $1,000.

Democrat Justin Jessop currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Myya Jones has raised $10,511

Top donors include: 1. Myya Jones, $1,541; 2. Shamenia Stewart, Detroit, $1,000; 3. Ronald Adams, Chrysler, $709.

Democrat Ernest T. Little has raised $5,360.

Top donors include: 1. Ernest Little, $4,227.

Democrat Diane McMillan has raised $18,434.

Top donors include: 1. Diane McMillan, $13, 236.

Democrat Jeffrey Nolish has raised $27,495.

Top donors include: 1. Nolish family, East Lansing, $2,915; 2. Caroline Trapp, Farmington, $1,000; 3. Richard Roberts, California, $500; 4. Eddie Broida, Farmington Hills, $500.

Democrat Michele Oberholtzer has raised $56,410.

Top donors include: 1. Steve and Cheryl Oberholtzer, Chelsea, $1,782; 2. Michele Oberholtzer, UCHC, $1,600; 3. Nancy Land, Richland, $1,000; 4. Gary Grossman, Quicken Loans, $1,000; 5. Zachary Land, musician, $1,000.

Democrat Rico Razo has raised $62,898.

Top donors include: 1. Duggan Leadership Fund, Mike Duggan, $8,000; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $5,000;  3. R.M. Lewicki, $1,000.

Democrat Syed Rob has raised $7,295.

Top donors include: 1. Syed Rob, $1,000; 2. Sabur Gazi, Valero Gas Station, $1,000; 3. Humayun Kabir, Doctor, $500.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Detroiters for Change has spent an undisclosed amount promoting Razo.

 


STATE HOUSE 5TH DISTRICT

Republican Dorothy Patterson currently has a waiver from reporting requirements. 

Democrat Cynthia A. Johnson has raised $26,041.

Top donors include: 1. Cynthia Johnson, radio broadcaster, $22,316; 2. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $1,200; 3. Michigan Education PAC, $750; 4. Leaders Engaged Actively PAC, $500; 5. DTE Energy, $250; 6. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo Strong Women Leader, $250; 7. Greig Women In Leadership Fund, Chris Greig, $250.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Mark Anthony Murphy, Jr., currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Mark C. Payne, Jr., has raised $9,435.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $2,500; 2. Preston Peterson, legislative aide, $1,000; 3. Ronnie Peterson, state representative, $1,000; 4. Michigan Education Association, $500.

Democrat Rita Ross has raised $19,851

Top donors include: 1. Duggan Leadership Fund, Mike Duggan, $7,612; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $5,000; 3. Barbara Beverly, Minnesota Medical University, $1,000; 4. Tracee Ross, California, $1,000.

Democrat Jermaine R. Tobey currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Cliff Woodards, II, has raised $2,101.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Detroiters for Change has spent an undisclosed amount promoting Ross.

 


STATE HOUSE 6TH DISTRICT

Republican Linda Sawyer currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Tyrone Carter has raised $31,030.

Top donors include: 1. Tyrone Carter, $11,000; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $2,500; 3. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $1,000; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $1,000; 5. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $1,000; 6. Michigan Education Association PAC, $750; 7. Michigan Laborers Political League, $500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Willie E. Burton currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Tom Choske has raised $38,583. 

Top donors include: 1. Thomas Choske, Choske Consulting, $32,384; 2. Evelyn and Frank Choske, Dearborn, $2,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $1,500.

Democrat Terra DeFoe has raised $62,987.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $5,000; 2. Terra DeFoe, $3,020; 3. Duggan Leadership Fund, Mike Duggan, $2,500; 4. Nancy and John Levy, Birmingham, $2,000; 5. Tiffany and Amin Irving, West Bloomfield, $2,000.

Democrat Aghogho Edevbie has raised $89,907.

Top donors include: 1. Aghogho Edevbie, Detroit, $25,814; 2. Nosa, Armstel and  Matthew Edevbie, Georgia, $2,900; 3. Onoawarie and Solakunmi Edevbie, Novi, $1,500; 4. Sam Elia, attorney, $1,000; 5. James Nicholson, PVS Chemicals, $1,000.

Democrat Paula Georgette Humphries has raised $2,882

Top donors include: 1. Paula Humphries, retired, $1,482; 2. Clark Hill PAC, $250; 3. Reginald Turner, Clark Hill, $200.

Democrat Samantha Magdaleno has raised $7,642.

Top donors include: 1. Cruzita and Fred Magdaleno, Belleville, $2,000; 2. Michael Moore, filmmaker, $1,000;  3. Jose Franco, Detroit, $416.

Democrat David Sanchez hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Ricardo D. White has raised $35,973.

Top donors include: 1. Shawn Conner, Clarkston, $1,000; 2 Enough Is Enough PAC, $1,000; 3. Christopher Wirth, $1,000; 4. Alvan Fontenot, Southgate, $750; 5. Trevor Thomas, CMS Energy, $500; 6. Launch Progress, $500.

Democrat Charlesetta Wilson has raised $24,874.

Top donors include: 1. Charlesetta Wilson, United Here Local 24, $6,260; 2. Randall and Janice Harvey, Ann Arbor, $1,500; 3. William Secrest, Ypsilanti, $500.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Detroiters for Change has spent an undisclosed amount promoting DeFoe.

— Outside Spending:  Detroit United Unite Here Local 24 has reported spending $14,934 in support of Wilson.

 


STATE HOUSE 7TH DISTRICT

Republican Marcelis Turner currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat LaTanya Garrett (i) has raised $14,145.

Top donors include: 1. Henry Ford Health System PAC, $2,000; 2. DTE Energy, $1,750; 3. Michigan Regiona Council of Carpenters, $1,500; 4. Delta PAC, $1,500; 5. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $1,500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Ronald J. Cole currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Najanava Harvey-Quinn has raised $660.

Top donors include: Angus Vail, Joseph Young Associates, $150.

Democrat Jeff Jones has raised $1,387.

Democrat Elene Robinson currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 8TH DISTRICT

Republican Valerie R. Parker currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Sherry Gay Dagnogo (i) has raised $56,047.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers, UAW Michigan Voluntary PAC, $3,000; 2. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association PAC, $2,595; 3. DTE Energy, $2,500; 4. Joseph and Joletta Richert, $2,000; 5. Michigan Realtors PAC, $2,000; 6. Michigan Laborers Political, $1,500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat LaSonya Beaver currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat George A. Etheridge has raised $7,425.

Democrat Jasmine Henry has raised $3,460.

Top donors include: 1. Susan Muskovitz, $500; 2. Jasmine Henry, $420; 3. Tamar Jeffery, $200.

Democrat Seydi Sarr currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 9TH DISTRICT

Republican James Stephens currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Karen Whitsett has raised $38,256.

Top donors include: 1. Duggan Leadership Fund, Mike Duggan, $6,700; 2. United Auto Workers Region 1A PAC, $5,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $5,000; 4. Karen Whitsett, $2,236; 5. Automobile Club AAA, $1,250;  6. James Pollack, Detroit Financial, $1,000; 7. Robert DeRoven, Detroit Financial, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Gary Pollard hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Donald L. Stuckey, II, has raised $8,034.

Top donors include: 1. Michael Short, $822.

— Outside spending: The nonprofit Detroiters for Change has spent an undisclosed amount promoting Whitsett.

 


STATE HOUSE 10TH DISTRICT

Republican William Brang currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Leslie Love (i) has raised $13,185.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Credit Union League, $2,500; 2. Michigan Bankers Association, $1,900; 3. Auto Dealers of Michigan PAC, $1,650; 4. Michigan Realtors PAC, $1,500; 5. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $1,500; 6. DTE Energy PAC, $1,250; 7. County Road Association Rush PAC, $1,100.

Libertarian Jeremy Morgan currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Articia Bomer currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Rhonda Barley currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat James Brenner currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Tyson Kelley currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 

 

 


STATE HOUSE 11TH DISTRICT

Republican James Townsend currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Jewell Jones (i) has raised $61,730.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers of Michigan, $10,000; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $7,000; 3. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $6,500; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $5,500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Randy E. Walker has raised $31,059.

Top donors include: 1. Randy Walker, candidate, $1,500; 2. Margaret Ryder, Dearborn, $1,000; 3. Jennifer Buccilli, Livonia, $1,000; 4. Barbara Wood, Garden City, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: Small Business Association II, a super PAC, reported spending $5,950 in support of Jones.

 


STATE HOUSE 12TH DISTRICT

Republican Michelle Bailey currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Alex Garza has raised $56,155. 

Top donors include: 1. Alex Garza, $8,000; 2. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $5,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,000; 4. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 5. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government; $1,000; 6. Victor Martin, Martin's Towing, $1,000; 7. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $1,000; 8. Steve Stewart, media consultant, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Tomeka Boles currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Lauretha Shelton currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Alexandria Taylor has raised $15,941.

Top donors include: 1. Alexandria Taylor, Romulus, $12,401; 2. Janet Napp, attorney, $1,000; 3. Odetta Burr, Southfield, $500.

 


STATE HOUSE 13TH DISTRICT

Republican Annie Spencer currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Frank Liberati (i) has raised $42,410..

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $4,750; 2. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $2,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council fo Carpenters, $2,000; 4. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $1,500; 5. Delta PAC, $1,250; 6. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,250; 7. Michigan Credit Union League, $1,250.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Asmaa Alhasani has raised $3,352.

 


STATE HOUSE 14TH DISTRICT

Republican Darrell Stasik currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Cara Clemente (i) has raised $38,540.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Credit Union League, $4,500; 2. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $4,000; 3. Operating Engineers Local 324, $2,500; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,500; 5. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $2,250; 6. Community Bankers PAC, $1,550.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Mark Joseph Kremer hasn't reported any contributions yet.

 


STATE HOUSE 15TH DISTRICT

Republican Doug Mitchell currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democratic Abdullah Hammoud (i) has raised $139,884.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,500; 2. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan PAC, $2,250; 3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,000; 4. Ghassan and Manal Saab, Flint, $2,000; 5. Michigan Society of Anesthesiologists, $1,500.

 


STATE HOUSE 16TH DISTRICT

Republican Jody Rice-White currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Kevin Coleman has raised $32,608.

Top donors include: 1. Kevin Coleman, music instructor, $4,715; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,000; 3. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $2,500; 4. James Coleman, Canton, $1,000; 5. Katherine Lee, New Jersey, $1,000; 6. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $1,000; 7. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,000; 8. Ken Bucilli, Bucilli Group, $1,000; 9. Registrars PAC Local 58, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Bill Johnson has raised $79,964.

Top donors include: 1. Bill Johnson, Westland, $25,264; 2. United Auto Workers, V-CAP, $10,000; 3. Friends of Elbert Bill Johnson, $8,000; 4. David and Rebecca Polite, City of Wayne, $2,000; 5. Realtors PAC of Michigan, $1,500.

Democrat Jacob Johnson currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Mike McDermott has raised $36,620.

Top donors include: 1. Michael McDermott, Randstad Services, $10,084; 2. Carpenters and Millwrights, $3,000; 3. Kathleen McDermott, AT&T, $1,000; 4. Monica O'Brien, lawyer, $600.

— Outside Spending: Westland Fire Fighters Fund has reported spending $396 in support of Johnson.

 


STATE HOUSE 17TH DISTRICT

Republican Joe Bellino, Jr., (i) has raised $301,340.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $121,818; 2. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $9,066; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $6,000; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $6,000; 5. DTE Energy PAC, $6,000; 6. Monroe County Republicans, $5,000; 7. Auto Dealers of Michigan PAC, $4,500.

Democrat Michelle LaVoy has raised $236,430.

Top donors include: 1. House Democratic Fund, $128,506; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $10,000; 3. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $10,000; 4. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 5. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $9,872; 6. Michigan Laborers Political League, $9,750; 7. Greig Women In Leadership Fund, Chris Greig, $5,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $274,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party has aired an estimated $82,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of LaVoy.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $20,000 in support of Bellino.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC III, a super PAC, reported spending $8,299 in support of Bellino.

 


STATE HOUSE 18TH DISTRICT

Republican Kyle McKee currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Kevin Hertel (i) has raised $83,043.

Top donors include: 1. Kevin Hertel, state representative, $5,000; 2. Michigan Society of Anesthesiologists, $4,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,750; 4. Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $3,500; 5. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $3,500; 6. Michigan Education Association PAC, $3,000; 7. Realtors PAC of Michigan, $2,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 19TH DISTRICT

Republican Brian Meakin has raised $305,523.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $210,994; 2. Brian Meakin, insurance broker, $11,500; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $9,250; 4. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 5. Haworth family, Haworth, $4,000; 6. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $2,500; 7. Wentworth Majority Fund, Jason Wentworth, $2,000; 8. Michigan Strategic Leadership Fund, Jim Lilly, $2,000; 9. Whiteford Leadership Fund, Mary Whiteford, $2,000.

Democrat Laurie Pohutsky has raised $171,946.

Top donors include: 1. House Democratic Fund, $70,887; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $10,000; 3. The Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $10,000; 4. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 5. Emily's List, $7,500; 6. Laurie Pohutsky, Aerotek, $5,216; 7. Greig Women In Leadership, Chris Greig, $5,000; 8. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 58, $5,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $37,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $27,599 in support of Meakin. 

— Outside Spending: Conservation Voters of Michigan reported spending $15,544 in support of Pohutsky.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Dan Centers has raised $72,145.

Top donors include: 1. Dan Centers, Madonna University, $8,205; 2. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $5,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $4,500; 4. Pipefitters, Steamfitters, $3,250; 5. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $2,500.

 


STATE HOUSE 20TH DISTRICT

Republican Jeff Noble (i) has raised $195,353.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $67,480; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $9,500; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $7,000; 4. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 5. Haworth family, Haworth Inc., $4,000; 6. Blue Water Liberty Fund, Shane Hernandez, $4,000; 7. Building Experience Now PAC, Ben Frederick, $4,000; 8. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $3,500.

Democrat Matt Koleszar has raised $150,151.

Top donors include: 1. Future Now Fund, Washington D.C., $10,000; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $10,000; 3. Michigan Education Association PAC, $10,000; 4. The Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $10,000; 5. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $9,850; 6. Strengthening Michigan Fund, Chris Greig, $6,500; 7. Michigan Association for Justice, Justice PAC, $5,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $122,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party has aired an estimated $65,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of Koleszar.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $20,000 in support of Noble.

— Outside Spending: Conservation Voters of Michigan reported spending $15,653 in support of Koleszar.

 


STATE HOUSE 21ST DISTRICT

Republican Darian Moore has raised $24,520.

Top donors include: 1. Ban and Majid Koza, Group 10 Management, $2,000; 2. Steven and Haley Johnson, realtors, $2,000; 3. Wayne County 11th Congressional District Republican Committee, $1,500; 4. James Nangle, Canton, $1,000; 5. Frank Cozza, Plymouth, $1,000; 6. Ellen McGahey, Garden City, $1,000.

Democrat Kristy Pagan (i) has raised $108,891.

Top donors include: 1. Kristy Pagan, state representative, $5,000; 2. Michigan Education Association, MEA PAC, $4,640; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,500; 4. Pipefitters Local 636, $3,350; 5. Registrars Local 58 PAC, $2,750; 6. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,500; 7. Michigan Realtors PAC, $2,000; 8. Michigan League of Conservation Voters, $2,000.

— Outside Spending: Win Justice, a super PAC, reported spending $3,330 in support of Pagan.

 


STATE HOUSE 22ND DISTRICT

Republican Arthur Blundell currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat John Chirkun (i) has raised $54,042. 

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $5,500; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,900; 3. Pipefitters Local 636, $3,500; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $3,500; 5. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $3,250; 6. Michigan Education Association, $3,150;

Libertarian Matt Kuehnel currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 23RD DISTRICT

Republican Michael Frazier has raised $4,153

Top donors include: 1. Michael Frazier, $2,264; 2. Wayne 12th Congressional District Republican Committee, $500; 3. 12th Congressional District Republican Committee, $500.

Democrat Darrin Camilleri (i) has raised $206,738.

Top donors include: 1. Operating Engineers Local 324, $10,000; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $10,000; 3. United Auto Workers Michigan Voluntary PAC, UAW, $10,000; 4. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $6,750; 5. Michigan Laborers Political League, $5,750.

 


STATE HOUSE 24TH DISTRICT

Republican Steve Marino (i) has raised $78,801.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Rep. Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 2. Operating Engineers Local 324, $7,500; 3. Steve Marino, self, $6,751; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $6,000; 5. Michigan Laborers Political League, $6,000; 6. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $5,600; 7. Health PAC, Health & Hospital Association, $3,750.

Democrat Laura Winn has raised $35,336.

Top donors include: 1. Registrars PAC Local 58, $6,700; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $5,000; 3. The Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $5,000; 4. Camilleri for Michigan, Darrin Camilleri, $1,000; 5. Greig Women In Leadership, Christine Greig, $1,000; 6. Deborah Olson, attorney, $1,000; 7. Michigan List, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of Winn.

 


STATE HOUSE 25TH DISTRICT

Republican Jazmine M. Early has raised $24,844.

Top donors include: 1. Jazmine Early, $13,174; 2. Frederic Kummer, Sterling Heights, $350; 3. Sandra Fritz, $210.

Democrat Nate Shannon has raised $94,072.

Top donors include: 1. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $10,000; 2. Michigan Education Association PAC, $9,875; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $6,132; 4. Hertel for Michigan, Kevin Hertel, $5,500; 5. UAW Region 1, $5,000; 6. Michigan League of Conservation Voters, $4,500; 7. Michigan Laborers Political League, $3,000; 8. Singh Majority Fund, Sam Singh, $2,500.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $45,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party has aired an estimated $25,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $7,426 in support of Early.

 


STATE HOUSE 26TH DISTRICT

Republican Al Gui currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Jim Ellison (i) has raised $52,678.

Top donors include: 1. Realtors PAC, 1,750; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $1,250; 3. Friends of Jim Ellison, $1,173; 4. Ronnie Boji, Boji Group, $1,000; 5. Thomas Violante Jr., Holiday Market, $1,000; 6. Registrars Local 58 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $1,000; 7. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan PAC, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 27TH DISTRICT

Republican Janet Flessland currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Robert Wittenberg (i) has raised $46,313.

Top donors include: 1. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan PAC, $4,000; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,500; 3. Realtors PAC, $2,000; 4. Jewish Agency PAC, $2,000; 5. MIchigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,000; 6. Michigan Education Association, MEA PAC, $1,750.

Libertarian Benjamin Carr currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Michelangelo Fortuna, III, currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 28TH DISTRICT

Republican Aaron Delikta currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Lori M. Stone has raised $12,490.

Top donors include: 1. Lori Stone, $2,250; 2. Michigan Education Association PAC, $2,000; 3. Michigan Laborers Political League, $1,000; 4. Andrea Scheid, doctor, $1,000;  5. Duane Slicker, $500; 6. Greig Women In Leadership Fund, Chris Greig, $500; 7. Progressive Women's Caucus PAC, $500.

Libertarian Ryan Manier currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Patrick Green (i) has raised $52,620.

Top donors include: 1. Past Patrick Green Candidate Committee, $10,469; 2. Michigan Credit Union League, $4,250; 3. DTE Energy Company PAC, $3,000; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,500; 5. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $2,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 29TH DISTRICT

Republican Timothy D. Carrier currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Brenda Carter has raised $39,771.

Top donors include: 1. Brenda Carter, $9,068; 2. Michigan Education Association PAC, $2,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 4. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $1,000; 5. Amir Daize, $1,000; 6. Emily's List, $1,000; 7. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $1,000; 8. Matthew Faris, Elektricity, $1,000; 9. Janel Stone, Rochester Hills, $1,000; 10. Martin Coats, 5th Avenue, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Kone Bowman has raised $25,380.

Top donors include: 1. Kone Bowman, $24,780.

Democrat Mike Demand currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Chris Jackson has raised $13,109.

Top donors include: 1. Joseph Davies, realtor, $1,000; 2. Patricia Moris, teacher, $890; 3. Sherika Hawins, city clerk, $850.

Democrat Keyon Payton has raised $11,370.

Top donors include: 1. N.Z. Bryant, $1,000; 2. Keyon Payton, $1,000; 3. Clyde Webster, $1,000.

Democrat Kermit Williams hasn't reported any contributions yet.

 


STATE HOUSE 30TH DISTRICT

Republican Diana Farrington (i) has raised $116,950.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 2. Michigan Credit Union League, $10,000; 3. Community Bankers, $9,000; 4. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 5. Michigan Bankers Association, MI BANK PAC, $4,250; 6. Haworth family, Haworth, $4,000; 7. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $3,750.

Democrat John P. Spica has raised $6,300.

Top donors include: 1. Operating Engineers Local 324, $1,000; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $1,000; 3. Jill Kunik, Sterling Heights, $920; 4. Paul Vizzacarro, insurance sales, $750.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Wisam Naoum has raised $72,220.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $2,000; 2. Tony Kalogerakos, $1,000; 3. Sam Elia, $1,000; 4. Mike Wawszcak, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 31ST DISTRICT

Republican Lisa Valerio-Nowc currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat William J. Sowerby (i) has raised $87,470.

Top donors include: 1. Bill Sowerby, state representative, $43,010; 2. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $3,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,000; 4. Realtors PAC, $2,000; 5. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,500; 6. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $1,500; 7. Operating Engineers Local 324, $1,250.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Catherine Osinski Dinka hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Michelle Robertson currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 32ND DISTRICT

Republican Pamela Hornberger (i) has raised $60,360.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 2. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $4,500; 4. Blue Cross Blue Shield, $2,750; 5. Michigan Chamber of Commerce PAC, $2,500; 6. Realtors PAC, $2,000; 7. Auto Dealers of Michigan PAC, $1,750.

Democrat Paul Manley has raised $11,537.

Top donors include: 1. Paul Manley, Chesterfield, $2,330; 2. Michigan Laborers Political League, $1,000; 3. St. Clair County Democratic Committee, $500; 4. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $500; 5. IUPAT, $500; 6. Carles Zarate, Berlin, $350.

 


STATE HOUSE 33RD DISTRICT

Republican Jeff Yaroch (i) has raised $65,634.

Top donors include: 1. Jeff Yaroch, $46,623; 2. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $3,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $2,150; 4. Michigan Professional Firefighters Union, $1,000; 5. Michigan Association of Ambulance Services, $1,000.

Democrat Andrea Geralds-Taylor has raised $1,417.

 


STATE HOUSE 34TH DISTRICT

Republican Henry Swift currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Sheldon A. Neeley (i) has raised $87,229.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers, UAW Michigan Voluntary PAC, $11,620; 2. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $6,500; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $4,150; 4. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, $3,500; 5. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $3,000; 6. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $2,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Steven J. Greene has raised $97.

Democrat Syrron Williams currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 35TH DISTRICT

Republican Theodore Alfonsetti III currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Kyra Harris Bolden has raised $49,148.

Top donors include: 1. Kyra Harris Bolden, $5,107; 2. Cheryl Gambrell, Southfield, $1,899; 3. Michigan Laborers Political League, $1,250; 4. Launch Progress PAC, $1,000; 5. Donald Harris, $1,000; 6. Police Officers Association of Michigan, $1,000; 7. MoveOn PAC, $1,000; 8. Brian Elder, state lawmaker, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Lisa Cece currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Vincent Gregory has raised $26,799.

Top donors include: 1. Vincent Gregory, state senator, $10,589; Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,000; 3. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $2,000; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $1,500; 5. Michigan Realtors, $1,500.

Democrat Alex Meyers has raised $7,174.

Top donors include: 1. Alex Meyers, Southfield, $1,056; 2. Tiffany Mausolf, Reising Ethington, $1,000; 3. Jeffrey Meyers, Bloomfield Hills, $1,000; 4. Ray Keeling, Milford, $220; 5. Andrea Thorne, Troy, $200.

Democrat Michael Poole currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Katie Reiter has raised $66,284.

Top donors include: 1. Katie Reiter, Our Greentopia, $10,741; 2. Marcia Stein, MBS and Associates, $1,000; 3. Greg Miller, Southfield, $1,000; 4. Sharlene Tyler, Florida, $1,000; 5. Sydney Reiter, psychotherapist, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 36TH DISTRICT

Republican Douglas C. Wozniak has raised $33,070.

Top donors include: 1. Douglas Wozniak, attorney, $5,000; 2. Gregory Iacobelli, Chesterfield, $1,229; 3. Centre Court Properties LLC, $1,000; 4. Viktor Gjonaj, real estate broker, $1,000; 5. Joe Alamat, Sterling Heights, $1,000; 6. Mark Aubrey, Shelby Twp., $1,000; 7. Philip Ruggeri, attorney, $1,000; 8. Mazhar Khan, Troy, $1,000.

Democrat Robert Murphy currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Libertarian Benjamin Dryke currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Scott Czasak has raised $26,594.

Top donors include: 1. Scott Czasak, legislative director, $12,000; 2. Charlene and Gary Walker, Mill & Abrasive Supply, $2,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 4. Christine Baron, Clinton Township, $1,000; 5. Jennifer Walker, Mill & Abrasive Supply, $1,000.

Republican Frank Lams has raised $335.

Republican Karen Potchynok-Lund has raised $57,055.

Top donors include: 1. Karen Potchynok-Lund, $33,117; 2. DeVos family, Amway, $6,000; 3. Haworth family, Haworth Corporation, $2,000; 3. Michael Jandernoa, 42 North Partners, $1,000; 4. Michigan Podiatric Action Society, $1,000; 5. Automoble Club, $1,000.

Republican Tom Stanis currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Kristopher Pratt currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project reported spending $9,030 in support of Potchynok-Lund.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Freeom Network reported spending $8,637 in support of Potchynok-Lund.

 


STATE HOUSE 37TH DISTRICT

Republican Mitch Swoboda currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Christine Greig (i) has raised $145,550.

Top donors include: 1. Registrars PAC Local 58, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $3,500; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,000; 3. Michigan Education Association PAC, $3,000; 4. Michigan Credit Union League, $2,500; 5. Operating Engineers Local 324, $2,500; 6. Ford Motor Company PAC, $2,250; 7. Realtors PAC, $2,000; 8. Michigan Association of CPAs, $2,000; 9. Comerica PAC, $2,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Dylan M. Gomula currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 38TH DISTRICT

Republican Kathy S. Crawford (i) has raised $272,051.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $177,509; 2. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $7,500; 3. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $7,000; 4. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $6,500; 5. DeVos family, Amway, $6,000; 6. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey; $5,000; 7. Realtors PAC, $2,000; 8. Haworth family, Haworth Corp., $2,000.

Democrat Kelly A. Breen has raised $174,113.

Top donors include: 1. House Democratic Fund, $77,218; 2. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 3. Michigan Association for Justice, $9,793; 4. Emily's List, $7,500; 5. Strengthening Michigan Fund, Chris Greig, $6,000; 6. UAW Region 1, $5,000; 7. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,000; 8. Michigan Education Association, $3,000.

Libertarian Brian R. Wright currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $186,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party has aired an estimated $145,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of Breen.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $20,000 in support of Crawford.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC III, a super PAC, reported spending $8,598 in support of Crawford.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Chase Turner has raised $13,527.

Top donors include: 1. Chase Turner, Northville, $6,450; 2. Alec Harris, Centria, $1,000; 3. Marily Turner, Beverly Hills, $1,000.

Democrat Aditi Bagchi has raised $41,450.

Top donors include: 1. Aditi Bagchi, $15,200; 2. Yellow Gandhi, Bloomfield Hills, $1,000; 3. Sujo Offield, California, $1,000.

Democrat Joe Petrillo has raised $5,466.

Top donors include: 1. David Stechly, real estate, $1,000; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $1,000; 3. Joe Petrillo, Walled Lake, $856.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project reported spending $9,024 in support of Crawford.

 


STATE HOUSE 39TH DISTRICT

Republican Ryan Berman has raised $209,380.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $105,234; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 3. Ryan Berman, attorney, $5,448; 4. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $5,000; 5. Whiteford Leadership Fund, Mary Whiteford, $3,000; 6. Michigan Strategic Leadership, Jim Lilly, $3,000; 7. Wentworth Majoity Fund, Jason Wentworth, $3,000.

Democrat Jennifer Suidan has raised $39,058.

Top donors include: 1. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 2. Samuel Buzz Thomas, consultant, $1,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $1,000; 5. Flippable State Victory Fund, $1,000; 6. Deborah Olson, attorney, $1,000.

Libertarian Anthony Croff currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party has aired an estimated $45,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $34,362 in support of Berman.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $5,357 in support of Suidan.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Phillip L. Hoyt has raised $3,600.

Top donors include: 1. Phillip Hoyt, $2,500; 2. Troy and Linda Clogg, $500; 3. Vincent Stemplen, $250.

Republican Marsha Kosmatka has raised $74,027.

Top donors include: 1. Marsha Kosmatka, attorney, $22,629; 2. James and Ann Nicholson, PVS Chemicals, $2,000; 3. Steven and Leen Kakos, Construction Pro’s, $2,000; 4. Eddie and Egina Osman, Wixom Fuel Stop, $1,998.

Republican Kevin Tatulyan has raised $29,755.

Top donors include: 1. Oleg Mann, $1,000; 2. Sofia Tatulyan, $1,000; 3. Roman Kuchersky, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 40TH DISTRICT

Republican David Wolkinson has raised $175,704.

Top donors include: 1. David Wolkinson, attorney, $102,000; 2. Michigan Strategic Leadership, Jim Lilly, $2,500; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $2,500; 4. Blue Water Liberty Fund, Shane Hernandez, $1,150; 5. Sheppard Leadership Fund, Jason Sheppard, $1,000; 6. Nathan Gonik, doctor, $1,000; 7. Rachel Borsand, Huntington Woods, $1,000; 8. Schostak Family PAC, $1,000.

Democrat Mari Manoogian has raised $226,433.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Education Association PAC, $10,000; 2. Michigan State Utility Workers Council, $10,000; 3. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $9,380; 5. Michigan Association for Justice, Justice PAC, $7,500;  6. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $7,000; 7. Michigan Laborers Political League, $5,250; 8. Operating Engineers Local 324, $5,000; 9. Emily's List, $5,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $103,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of Manoogian.

— Outside Spending: Conservation Voters of Michigan reported spending $22,245 in support of Manoogian.

— Outside Spending: Win Justice, a super PAC, reported spending $15,182 in support of Manoogian.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Mike Banerian has raised $43,784.

Top donors include: 1. MIke Banerian, Bloomfield Hills, $6,000; 2. Tobin and Julie Buechner, Troy Gymnastics, $2,000; 3. Taron and Lauren Burris, Orchard Lake, $2,000; 4. Michael and Tamar Kadian, Bloomfield, $1,750.

Republican Malissa Bossardet has raised $52,718.

Top donors include: 1. Malissa Bossardet, Mills Compounding Pharmacy, $38,751; 2. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 3. Robert Dempster, Studio D, $1,000; 4. Jim Williams, attorney, $1,000; 5. Ronna Romney, Northville, $1,000.

Republican Paul Secrest has raised $6,000.

Republican Paul Taros has raised $61,263.

Top donors include: 1. Paul Taros, $50,274; 2. George Brikho Jr., $1,000; 3. George Thanopoulos, $1,000.

Republican Joe Zane has raised $39,487.

Top donors include: 1. Joseph Zane, Chrysler Corporation, $10,000; 2. Chris and Carrie Yatooma, Outdoor Creations, $2,000; 3.  Chuan and Ka Ling Chang, Orchard Lake, $2,000; 4. Edmund Raubolt, Kla Laboratories, $1,000.

Democrat Nicole Bedi has raised $103,794.

Top donors include: 1. Nicole Bedi, Birmingham, $3,500; 2. Singh PAC, $2,500; 3. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $2,500; 4. Tejpreet Kaur, University of Michigan, $1,000; 5. Kim Van Gundy, Clarkston, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 41ST DISTRICT

Republican Doug Tietz has raised $220,696.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $76,060; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $7,500; 4. DeVos family, Amway, $6,000; 5. Blue Water Liberty Fund, Shane Hernandez, $4,000; 6. Wentworth Majority Fund, Jason Wentworth, $4,000; 7. Whiteford Leadership Fund, Mary Whiteford, $4,000; 8. Doug Tietz Oakland County Committee, $3,000.

Democrat Padma Kuppa has raised $262,633.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Education Association, $10,000; 2. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $8,000; 4. Flippable State Victory Fund, $7,500; 5. Emily's List, $7,500; 6. Greig Women in Leadership, Christine Greig, $5,000; 7. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $5,000; 8. Michigan Association for Justice PAC, $5,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $150,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party has aired an estimated $86,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of Kuppa.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $20,000 in support of Tietz.

— Outside Spending: Conservation Voters of Michigan reported spending $15,001 in support of Kuppa.

— Outside Spending: Win Justice, a super PAC, reported spending $10,076 in support of Kuppa.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC III, a super PAC, reported spending $9,367 in support of Tietz.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Republican Ethan Baker has raised $67,110.

Top donors include: 1. Ethan Baker, attorney, $28,119; 2. Tobin Buechner, Troy Gymnastics, $1,000; 3. Kay Paietta, California, $1,000; 4. Terrance Roberts, Industrial Process Piping, $1,000; 5. Timothy Caserta, Troy, $1,000.

Republican Ronald Dwyer has raised $2,022.

— Outside Spending: MIchigan Freedom Network reported spending $8,316 in support of Tietz.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project has reported spending $7,735 in support of Tietz.

 


STATE HOUSE 42ND DISTRICT

Republican Ann Bollin has raised $68,435.

Top donors include: 1. Ann Bollin, Brighton Charter Township clerk, $26,013; 2. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $1,500; 3. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 4. Eighth District Republicans, $1,500; 5. Tim Bollin, City of Farmington Hills, $1,000; 6. Greg Burkart, $1,000; 7. CMS Energy, $1,000; 8. Earl LaFave, Brighton, $1,000.

Democrat Mona M. Shand has raised $46,491.

Top donors include: 1. Nadia and Roushdy Boulos, Bloomfield Hills, $2,000; 2. Michigan Credit Union League, $1,500; 3. Livingston County Democrats, $1,500; 4. Nader Boulos, attorney, $1,000; 5. Heba Levitt, physician, $1,000; 6. Ellen Boules, clinical research, $1,000; 7. Operating Engineers Local 324, $1,000; 8. Darlene Domanik, Brighton, $806.

— Outside Spending: Livingston County Republican Party reported spending $7,458 in support of Bollin.

 


STATE HOUSE 43RD DISTRICT

Republican Andrea K. Schroeder has raised $144,997

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $56,755; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 3. Andrea Schroeder, business consultant, $6,400; 4. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $5,000; 5. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $4,000; 6. Whiteford Leadership Fund, Mary Whiteford, $2,500; 7. Wentworth Majority Fund, Jason Wentworth, $2,500; 8. Blue Water Liberty Fund, Shane Hernadez, $2,500; 9. Michigan Strategic Leadership, Jim Lilly, $2,500.

Democrat Nicole Breadon has raised $13,554

Top donors include: 1. Stan Van Gundy, retired, $1,000; 2. Greig Women In Leadership Fund, Chris Greig, $750; 3. Registrars PAC Local 58, $500; 4. Progressive Women's Caucus, $500; 5. North Oakland Democratic Club, $400; 6. Joseph Patt, investor, $400; 7. Todd Breadon, $300.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party has aired an estimated $118,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC III, a super PAC, reported spending $8,252 in support of Schroeder.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Republican Jose Aliaga has raised $35,597.

Top donors include: 1. Joe Aliaga, Clarkston, $10,500; 2. Daniel Bologna, Via Bologna, $1,000; 3. Richard Asztalos, Charisma Salon, $1,000; 4. Chuck Edwards, Success Mortgage, $1,000; 5. Linda Ybarra, Sunrise of Bloomfield, $1,000.

Republican Anthony Bartolotta has raised $16,826.

Top donors include: 1. Anthony Bartolotta, Imperial Auto Wash, $8,200; 2. John Scott, McMasters Koss Co., $500; 3. Laith Jonna, Jonna Properties, $500; 4. Dov Lustig, lawyer, $500.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project has reported spending $4,456 in support of Schroeder.

 


STATE HOUSE 44TH DISTRICT

Republican Matt Maddock has raised $125,365.

Top donors include: 1. Matthew Maddock, A-1 Bail Bond, $58,325; 2. Jon and Jennifer Sorber, Two Men & A Truck, $2,000; 3. Marian and Tim Sheridan, West Bloomfield, $2,000; 4. Winsome and Gunther Maddock, Milford, $2,000; 5. William and Rosanne Ponkowski, Glendate Auto Supply, $2,000; 6. Realtors PAC, $1,500.

Democrat Laura Dodd has raised $47,784.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,500; 2. Laura Dodd, $1,168; 3. Rob Masson, Milford, $1,050; 4. Charlotte Lothian, Greenville, $1,000; 5. Donna Pesci, Milford, $1,000; 6. Jonathan Nedry, programmer, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Republican April R. Guiles currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Republican Michael T. Mamut hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Republican Matt Marko has raised $21,649.

Top donors include: 1. Matt Marko, $18,200; 2. Mat Dunaskiss, $250.

Republican Lynn O'Brien has raised $17,717.

Top donors include: 1. Lynn O'Brien, $9,187; 2. Jane Sweeney, $1,000; 3. John Kulhavi, $500; 4. Michigan Bankers Association, $500.

Democrat Steven White, Jr. has raised $1,260.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Gun Rights has reported spending $1,042 in support of Maddock.

 


STATE HOUSE 45TH DISTRICT

Republican Michael Webber (i) has raised $67,835.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $5,000; 2. 5. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $5,000; 3. DTE Energy, $3,000; 4. CMS Energy, Consumers Energy PAC, $3,000; 5. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $2,500.

Democrat Kyle Cooper has raised $4,628.

Top donors include: 1. Kyle Cooper, $721; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $500; 3. Rob Birleson, $300; 4. Michigan Laborers Political League, $250.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of Cooper.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Democrat Ted Golden currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 46TH DISTRICT

Republican John Reilly (i) has raised $50,877. 

Top donors include: 1. John Reilly, $10,000; 2. Realtors PAC, $2,000; 3. Michigan Chamber PAC, $1,250; 4. Matthew Moroun, Central Transport, $1,000; 5. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $1,000.

Democrat Mindy Denninger has raised $9,325.

Top donors include: 1. Dorothy Binno, $1,000; 2. Registrars PAC, $1,000; 3. Sheryl Wragg, Orion Township, $625; 4. Mark Johnson, $500; 5. Steve Webster, $500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Democrat Tom Watson currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 47TH DISTRICT

Republican Hank Vaupel (i) has raised $110,690.

Top donors include: 1. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $7,500; 2. Michigan Society of Anesthesiologists, $6,000; 3. Delta PAC, $5,200; 4. Michigan Association of Health Plans, MAHP PAC, $4,500; 5. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $4,000.

Democrat Colleen Turk has raised $11,486.

Top donors include: 1. Livingston County Democratic Party, $1,053; 2. Andrew Spencer, scientist, $750; 3. Doug Cornett, Fowlerville, $700; 4. Judy Daubenmier, $350; 5. Margaret Kelly, Howell, $300.

 


STATE HOUSE 48TH DISTRICT

Republican Al Hardwick has raised $1,700.

Democrat Sheryl Y. Kennedy has raised $55,287. 

Top donors include: 1. Sheryl Kennedy, principal, $11,058; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $2,500; 3. Michigan Education Association, MEA PAC, $2,000; 4. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 5. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $1,500; 6. Emily's List, $1,000; 7. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government, $1,000; 8. Michigan List, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Republican Sherri J. Cross has raised $1,836. 

Top donors include: 1. Sherri Cross, Flint, $796; 2. Gerald Cross, Flint, $717.

Democrat Eric Gunnels has raised $3,197.

Top donors include: 1. Eric Gunnels, Complete Site Development, $727; 2. Samuel Dekalita, Deke’s Concrete, $500; 3. Paul Dowell, Smith Meats, $500; 4. Ben Horner, Horner Properties, $350; 5. Matthew Cosner, General Motors, $300.

Democrat Jordan Tiffany has raised $4,355.

Top donors include: 1. Phil Phelps, state representative, $1,000; 2. David Washington, $800; 3. Keith Flynn, $100.

 


STATE HOUSE 49TH DISTRICT

Republican Patrick Duvendeck currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat John D. Cherry has raised $86,376.

Top donors include: 1. John D. Cherry, $12,395; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $5,577; 3. United Auto Workers, $2,500; 4. Michigan Laborers Political League, $2,000; 5. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $2,000; 6. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 7. Michigan Education Association, $1,000; 8. Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 333, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Democrat LaShaya D. Darisaw has raised $5,753.

Top donors include: 1. LaShaya Darisaw, Michigan United, $1,000; 2. Ayman Khafagi, $1,000; 3. Terrance Grayson, $250; 4. Brandon Guelette, $250.

Democrat Justin B. Dickerson hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Jacky King hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Dayne Walling has raised $39,318.

Top donors include: 1. Cincinnatus PAC, $2,000; 2. Olivia Mayand, Michigan Prospect, $1,000; 3. John Koegel, Koegel Meats, $1,000; 4. Albert Koegel, Koegel Meats, $1,000.

Democrat Don Wright currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 50TH DISTRICT

Republican Trace Fisher hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Tim Sneller (i) has raised $78,609.

Top donors include: 1. Operating Engineers Local 324, $6,000; 2. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, UAW, $6,000; 3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $4,500; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,750; 5. Michigan AFSCME Council 25, $2,500; 6. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $2,000; 7. Realtors PAC, $2,000; 8. Blue Cross Blue Shield, $2,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 51ST DISTRICT

Republican Mike Mueller has raised $165,824. 

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $70,679; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 3. Mike Mueller, deputy sheriff, $8,100; 4. DeVos family, Amway, $6,000; 5. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $5,000; 6. Wentworth Majority Fund, Jason Wentworth, $3,500; 7. Whiteford Leadership Fund, Mary Whiteford, $3,500; 8. Michigan Strategic Leadership, Jim Lilly, $3,500; 9. Blue Water Liberty Fund, Shane Hernandez, $3,500.

Democrat David E. Lossing has raised $86,255.

Top donors include: 1. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 2. David Lossing, $5,000; 3. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $5,000; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $5,000; 5. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $5,000; 6. Michigan Education Association PAC, $4,000; 7. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $2,500; 8. Singh Majority Fund, Sam Singh, $2,500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Republican Matthew D. Anderton has raised $5,610.

Top donors include: 1. David Ewing, dentist, $1,000; 2. SWD Partners LLAC, $1,000; 3. Charles Anderton Sr., Commerce, $900.

Republican Drew M. Shapiro has raised $25,678.

Top donors include: 1. Drew Shapiro, Mass Mutual, $13,795; 2. Bo Shumaker, dentist, $1,000; 3. Joe Birchmeier, Northwestern Mutual, $1,000.

Republican Ian Shetron has raised $12,207.

Top donors include: 1. Robert Eastman, $1,000; 2. Ann Eastman, $1,000; 3. Larry Shetron, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Freedom Network reported spending $26,066 in support of Mueller.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project reported spending $7,306 in support of Mueller.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Freedom Network reported spending $4,647 in opposition to Shapiro.

 


STATE HOUSE 52ND DISTRICT

Republican Teri Aiuto has raised $21,275.

Top donors include: 1. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 2. Washtenaw County Republican Party, $4,500; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $2,500; 4. Debra Ellison, Preferred Title, $1,000; 5. William Staples, Dexter, $750.

Democrat Donna Lasinski (i) has raised $213,788.

Top donors include: 1. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $10,000; 2. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, $6,000; 3. Operating Engineers Local 324, $5,750; 4. Michigan Association for Justice, $5,000; 5. DTE Energy, $5,000; 6. Michigan Education Association, $3,000; 7. Michigan Nurses Association, $3,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 53RD DISTRICT

Republican Jean E. Holland has raised $3,261.

Top donors include: 1. Jean Holland, $3,261.

Democrat Yousef Rabhi (i) has raised $36,640.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,000; 2. Realtors PAC, $2,000; 3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $1,500; 4. Jason Abro, self-employed, $1,000; 5. Operating Engineers Local 324, $1,000; 6. Michigan Education Partners, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 54TH DISTRICT

Republican Colton A. Campbell currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Ronnie D. Peterson (i) has raised $46,361.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Laborers Political League, $9,000; 2. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers, $6,000; 3. Auto Dealers of Michigan PAC, $2,250; 4. Realtors PAC, $2,000; 5. Muchmore Harrington Smalley and Associates PAC, $1,650; 6. Michigan State Troopers PAC, $1,500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Republican Ora Wright currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Roderick Casey has raised $4,350.

Democrat Isaac L. London II currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat William Cullen Riney hasn't reported any contributions yet.

 


STATE HOUSE 55TH DISTRICT

Republican Bob Baird currently has raised $11,225.

Top donors include: 1. Bob Baird, Ann Arbor, $10,575; 2. 12th Congressional District Republican Committee, $500.

Democrat Rebekah Warren has raised $123,133.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $8,000; 2. Rebekah Warren, state senator, $5,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $3,500; 4. Blue Cross Blue Shield, $2,750; 5. Operating Engineers Local 324, $2,500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Republican Bill Boring has raised $1,484.

Republican Miha Todd currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Shauna McNally has raised $1,521.

 


STATE HOUSE 56TH DISTRICT

Republican Jason M. Sheppard (i) has raised $79,010.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $7,750; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $6,500; 3. Realtors PAC, Michigan Association of Relators, $5,700; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $3,700.

Democrat Ernie Whiteside has raised $6,954.

Top donors include: 1. Ernie Whiteside, $1,919; 2. Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 671, $1,000; 3. Monroe County Democratic Party, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 57TH DISTRICT

Republican Bronna Kahle (i) has raised $133,674.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $9,350; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $7,500; 3. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 4. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $4,000; 5. Business Leaders for Michigan, $3,000; 6. Realtors PAC, $3,000; 7. Lenawee County Republican Party, $2,800. 

Democrat Amber Pedersen has raised $11,386.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Education Association, $2,500; 2. Greig Women In Leadership Fund, Chris Greig, $750; 3. James Pedersen, University of Michigan, $672; 4. Amber Pedersen, teacher, $650; 5. Strengthening Michigan Fund, Chris Greig, $550; 6. Michigan Laborers Political League, $500; 7. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $500;

 


STATE HOUSE 58TH DISTRICT

Republican Eric Leutheuser (i) has raised $48,140.

Top donors include: 1. Eric Leutheuser, self, $5,000; 2. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $3,200; 3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,750; 4. Realtors PAC, $2,000; 5. Jared Fleisher, Quicken Loans, $1,000; 6. Eleanor Leutheuser, retired, $1,000; 7. Matthew Moroun, Central Transport, $1,000.

Democrat Tamara C. Barnes has raised $6,360.

Top donors include: 1. Tamara Barnes, $2,210; 2. Elaine Moore, Coldwater, $500; 3. Barbara Burkhardt, Coldwater, $400; 4. Paul Vandermeer, Florida, $250.

 


STATE HOUSE 59TH DISTRICT

Republican Aaron Miller (i) has raised $2,200.

Top donors include: 1. Matthew Moroun, Centra, $1,000; 2. The Great Southwest Fund, John Proos, $250.

Democrat Dennis B. Smith has raised $17,365.

Top donors include: 1. Michael Collins, New York, $1,000; 2. Enough Is Enough PAC, $1,000; 3. Timothy Carmichael, Sturgis, $750; 4. Patricia Weiss, Constantine, $500; 5. William and Jane Marohn, St. Joseph, $500; 6. Timothy Carmichael, Sturgis, $500; 7. Jerry Stewart, Three Rivers, $500.

 


STATE HOUSE 60TH DISTRICT

Republican William Baker has raised $3,172. 

Top donors include: 1. Karl Baker, military, $1,000; 2. Kalamazoo County Republican Party, $500; 3. Sabrina Baker, Texas, $500.

Democrat Jon Hoadley (i) has raised $235,528.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $8,000; 2. Michigan Education Association PAC, $4,000; 3. Friends of Western Michigan University, $4,000; 4. United Auto Workers, $3,500; 5. SAFE Michigan Fund, $2,250; 6. Operating Engineers Local 324, $2,000; 7. Michigan Education Partners, $2,000; 8. Realtors PAC, $2,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 61ST DISTRICT

Republican Brandt Iden (i) has raised $473,870.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $265,455; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $10,000; 4. Michigan Realtors, $10,000; 5. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $7,000; 6. Republican Party of Kalamazoo County, $6,000; 7. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $5,000; 8. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000.

Democrat Alberta Griffin has raised $304,351.

Top donors include: 1. House Democratic Fund, $73,720; 2. Elder for Michigan Fund, Brian Elder, $10,000; 3. Michigan Education Association PAC, $10,000; 4. Enough Is Enough PAC, $10,000; 5. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 6. Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 357, $9,000; 7. Alberta Griffin, professor, $8,296; Emily's List, $7,500.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC II, a super PAC, reported spending $78,923 in support of Iden.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $43,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of Griffin.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $20,000 in support of Iden.

— Outside Spending: Conservation Voters of Michigan reported spending $15,999 in support of Griffin.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Democrat Corey Kendal currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Thomas Whitener has raised $14,894.

Top donors include: 1. Allison Goldberg, paralegal, $1,000; 2. Ester Saunoras, Chicago, $1,000; 3. Richard Cogswell, Chcicago, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 62ND DISTRICT

Republican Dave Morgan has raised $148,806.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $66,387; 2. David Morgan, Pennfield Charter Township, $11,812; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 5. Chatfield Majority Fund II, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 5. Realtors PAC, $5,000; 6. Michigan Farm Bureau PAC, $5,000; 7. Whiteford Leadership Fund, Mary Whiteford, $2,950; 8. Blue Water Liberty Fund, Shane Hernandez, $2,750.

Democrat Jim Haadsma has raised $210,285. 

Top donors include: 1. House Democratic Fund, $51,896; 2. Operating Engineers Local 324, $10,000; 3. Michigan Education Association PAC, $10,000; 4. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $10,000; 5. Michigan Association for Justice PAC, $10,000; 6. Michigan Laborers Political League, $10,000; 7. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 8. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $9,706.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $14,636 in support of Morgan.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $7,000 in ads in the race.

 


STATE HOUSE 63RD DISTRICT

Republican Matt Hall has raised $245,456.

Top donors include: 1. Matt Hall, $176,486; 2. Value for Michigan PAC, $5,000; 3. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 4. Terri Lynn Land and Dan Hibma, $2,000; 5. Charles and Jane Hall, North Carolina, $2,000; 6. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $1,500; 7. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 8. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $1,500. 

Democrat Jennifer Aniano has raised $22,029.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Education Association, MEA PAC, $10,000; 2. West Michigan Progressive Donor PAC, $1,500; 3. Larry Bell, Bell's Brewery, $1,000; 4. Tim Russ, Michigan Education Association, $912; 5. Enough Is Enough PAC, $750; 6. Jelena Aniano, California, $500; 7. Sheel Metal Workers Local 7, $500.

Libertarian Ronald Hawkins has raised $6,683.

Top donors include: 1. Ronald Hawkins, $5,700.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Republican David C. Maturen (i) has raised $73,790.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, $10,000; 2. Michigan Realtors PAC, $10,000;3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $3,000; 4. Callton Action Fund, Mike Callton, $2,500.

Republican Paul Foust currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: the Michigan Realtors has reported spending $65,394 in support of Maturen.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Citizens for Energizing Michigan's Economy has aired an estimated $65,000 in broadcast TV ads promoting Maturen.

— Outside Spending: Small Business Association II, a super PAC, reported spending $2,762 in support of Maturen.

 


STATE HOUSE 64TH DISTRICT

Republican Julie Alexander (i) has raised $99,121.

Top donors include: 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.

Democrat Sheila Troxel has raised $40,925.

Top donors include: 1. Sheila Troxel, $10,690; 2. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $2,700; 3. Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 333, $2,500; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,500; 5. Michigan Association for Justice PAC, $1,500; 6. Michigan Boilermakers PAC Local 169, $1,000; 7. International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, $1,000.

Libertarian Norman M. Peterson currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Democrat Brock Bachelder currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 65TH DISTRICT

Republican Sarah Lightner has raised $74,183.

Top donors include: 1. Sarah Lightner, Jackson County commissioner, $10,301; 2. Michigan Farm Bureau, $10,000; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund II, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 4. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 5. Haworth family, Haworth, $4,000; 6. Realtors PAC, $1,800; 7. Whiteford Leadership Fund, Mary Whiteford, $1,500; 8. Blue Water Liberty Fund, Shane Hernandez, $1,500; 9. Michigan Strategic Leadership Fund, Jim Lilly, $1,500.

Democrat Terri McKinnon has raised $17,646.

Top donors include: 1. Terri McKinnon, Jackson, $1,367; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $1,000; 3. Alfred Smith, Kalamazoo, $500; 4. Benjamin Scott, real estate, $500; 5. Progressive Women's Caucus, $500; 6. Sierra Club Michigan Chapter, $500.

Libertarian Jason B. Rees currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Republican Todd Brittain has raised $31,725.

Top donors include: 1. Todd Brittain, $31,710.

Republican Matt Eyer hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Republican Carl Rudolph Rice, Jr., has raised $9,270.

Top donors include: 1. Carl Rice Jr., Jackson County commissioner, $5,069; 2. Robert Sutherby, self-broer, $1,000; 3. Penny Rice, Jackson, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Citizens for Energizing Michigan's Economy has aired an estimated $53,000 in broadcast TV ads promoting Lightner.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Freedom Network reported spending $10,830 in support of Lightner.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project (GLEP) reported spending $2,990 in support of Lightner.

 


STATE HOUSE 66TH DISTRICT

Republican Beth Griffin (i) has raised $161,443.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $20,362; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 3. DTE Energy, $9,500; 4. Michigan Chamber PAC, $9,500; 5. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $7,500; 6. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000.

Democrat Dan Seibert has raised $27,877.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan House Democratic Fund, $5,000; 2. West Michigan Progressive Donor PAC, $4,000; 3. Enough Is Enough PAC, $1,500; 4. Michigan Education Association, $1,500.

 


STATE HOUSE 67TH DISTRICT

Republican Leon R. Clark has raised $14,593.

Top donors include: 1. Ingham County Republican Party, $5,941; 2. Michigan Farm Bureau, $1,000; 3. Georgie Lawrence, dog groomer, $900; 4. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $500; 5. Dick Hayhoe, $500.

Democrat Kara Hope has raised $109,482.

Top donors include: 1. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $10,000; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $10,000; 3. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $9,000; 4. Kara Hope, attorney, $6,000; 5. Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 333 PAC, $5,000; 6. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $2,500; 7. Singh for Michigan, Sam Singh, $2,500.

Libertarian Zachary Moreau currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Conservation Voters of Michigan reported spending $6,927 in support of Hope.

— Outside Spending: Win Justice, a super PAC, reported spending $5,865 in support of Hope.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spending

Republican Clyde L. Thomas hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Brent Domann has raised $828.

Top donors include: 1. Brent Domman, law librarian, $728

Democrat Max Donovan has raised $2,731.

Democrat Alec Findlay has raised $5,269

Top donors include: 1. Alec Findlay, Kellogg Hotel, $3,495; 2. Susan Shafer, landscape architect, $250.

Democrat Derek Stephens hasn't reported any contributions yet.

 


STATE HOUSE 68TH DISTRICT

Republican Rosalinda Hernandez has raised $1,126.

Top donors include: 1. Daryl Green, Holt, $250; 2. Republican Party, $244; 3. Foresight Group, $215.

Democrat Sarah Anthony has raised $93,605.

Top donors include: 1. Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 333, $6,800; 2. Lansing Regional Chamber PAC, $4,000; 3. Operating Engineers Local 324, $3,000; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,500; 5. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $2,500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Grant M. Bradley has raised $6,311.

Top donors include: 1. Ruth Bradley, teacher, $1,000; 2. Ken Kendall, Look Insurance, $1,000; 3. Kelly Anderson, Sparrow Hospital, $998; 4. Pat Bradley, Alabama, $998.

Democrat Kelly Collison has raised $20,613.

Top donors include: 1. Kelly Collison, $1,910; 2. Tanya Reza, Wayne State, $1,000; 3. Ayman Khafagi, physician, $1,000; 4. Owen Handy, student, $1,000.

Democrat Paul DeWeese has raised $77,825.

Top donors include: 1. Paul DeWeese, $59,350; 2. Democrats for DeWeese, $15,300; 3. Tom Kelly, $1,000.

Democrat Benjamin W. Guins has raised $636.

Top donors include: 1. Benjamin W. Guins, $580.

Democrat Eric J. Nelson currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Farhan Sheikh-Omar currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 69TH DISTRICT

Republican George Nastas currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Julie Brixie has raised $123,464.

Top donors include: 1. Julie Brixie, $10,000; 2. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $5,500; 3. Schaetzl family, Okemos, $4,000; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $3,000; 5. Michigan Farm Bureau PAC, $2,500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Teri Banas has raised $39,285.

Top donors include: 1. Teri Banas, $17,092; 2. Foren family, $2,005; 3. Andrew Banas, Kehe Distributors, $1,000; 4. Michael Kaplowitz, professor, $1,000; 5. Alicia Foren, Vizient, $900.

Democrat Penelope Tsernoglou has raised $81,884.

Top donors include: 1. Penelope Tsernoglou, $44,155; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,000; 3. Elaine Tsernoglou, Lansing, $950; 4. Mike Berkowitz, Sierra Club, $900.

 


STATE HOUSE 70TH DISTRICT

Republican James A. Lower (i) has raised $61,185.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Realtors PAC, $6,000; 2. Montcalm County Republican Party, $4,000; 3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $3,500; 4. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $2,000; 5. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government, $1,500.

Democrat Kresta Train has raised $7,635.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $1,500; 2. Michigan Education Association, $1,000; 3. Joshua Snyder, Greenvile, $618; 4. Montcalm County Democrats, $600; 5. Pete Frye, lawyer, $500; .

 


STATE HOUSE 71ST DISTRICT

Republican Christine E. Barnes has raised $263,940.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $142,555; 2. Christine Barnes, county commissioner, $15,172; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 4. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, $10,000; 5. Rick Jones Majority Fund, Rick Jones, $5,500; 6. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $5,000; 7. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 8. Michigan Strategic Leadership Fund, Jim Lilly, $4,500; 8. Haworth family, Haworth, $4,000.

Democrat Angela Witwer has raised $213,612.

Top donors include: 1. Angela Witwer, Edge Partnerships, $16,955; 2. Operating Engineers Local 324, $10,000; 3. Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 333, $10,000; 4. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $10,000; 5. Michigan Education Associaton PAC, $10,000; 6. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 7. Emily's List, $7,500; 8. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $7,500.

— Outside Spending: MIchigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $98,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party has aired an estimated $44,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of Witwer.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $20,000 in support of Barnes.

— Outside Spending: Small Business Association of Michigan II, a super PAC, reported spending $9,213 in support of Witwer.
 

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Chuck Cascarilla has raised $64,826.

Top donors include: 1. Charles Cascarilla, Wheatfield Valley Golf Course, $33,830; 2. Michigan Osteopathic PAC, $2,500; 3. Marissa and Chad Cascarilla, New York, $2,000; 4. Michigan Petroleum Jobbers PAC, $2,000.

Republican Chris Stewart has raised $20,433.

Top donors include: 1. William Demmer, $1,000; 2. Patricia Stewart, $1,000; 3. Clarence Stewart, $1,000.

Republican Clarisa Trevino currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Beth Bowen has raised $15,258.

Top donors include: 1. Gina Pingitore, California, $1,000; 2. Charles Vonder Embse, Mount Pleasant, $525; 3. Leyla Moossavi, Alma, $500; 4. Michael Stack, physician, $500.

Democrat Dominic Michael Natoli currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Michigan for Traditional Values has spent an undisclosed amount sending out mailers criticizing Barnes and promoting Cascarilla.

 


STATE HOUSE 72ND DISTRICT

Republican Steve Johnson (i) has raised $40,258.

Top donors include: 1. Steve Johnson, $23,000; 2. Realtors PAC, $2,650; 3. Michigan Bankers PAC, $1,350; 4. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $1,000; 5. Michigan Chamber PAC, $1,000; 6. Matthew Moroun, Central Transport, $1,000; 7. Peter Secchia, Grand Rapids, $1,000; 8. John Kennedy, Autocam, $1,000.

Democrat Ron Draayer has raised $42,476.

Top donors include: 1. Ron Draayer, $33,000; 2. Debra Kiss, $1,000; 3. Sidney Draayer, $1,000; 4. Bob Goodrich, Goodrich Quality Theaters, $1,000; 5. Jon Hoadley, state representative, $500.

Libertarian Jamie Lewis currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Jennifer Antel has raised $17,471.

Top donors include: 1. Jennier Antel, Wayland, $7,593; 2. Elizabeth Summers, Freeport, $1,000; 3. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: Young Americans for Liberty has reported spending $31,865 in support of Johnson.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Gun Rights has reported spending $892 in support of Johnson.

 


STATE HOUSE 73RD DISTRICT

Republican Lynn Afendoulis has raised $112,856.

Top donors include: 1. Lynn Afendoulis, Universal Forest Products, $8,472; 2. DeVos family, Amway, $7,000; 3. Small Business Association PAC, $2,500; 4. Haworth family, Haworth, $3,000; 5. John and Nancy Kennedy, Autocam, $2,000; 6. Daniel Hibma and Terri Lynn Land, Land & Company, $2,000.

Democrat Bill Saxton has raised $21,313.

Top donors include: 1. Bill Saxton, software developer, $5,000; 2. Thomas Saxton, retired, $1,000; 3. Larry Diaz, physician, $1,000; 4. Allison Sevensma, East Grand Rapids, $1,000; 5. Rony Gorges, physician, $1,000; 6. Frederick Burkhart, attorney, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Ken Fortier has raised $53,346.

Top donors include: 1. Scott Brew, Adtegrity, $1,000; 2 Mike Brehm, small business owner, $1,000; 3. Steven Goss, Helix International, $1,000; 4. Bryan Teipel, Presidio, $1,000; 5. Kevin Martinez, RCB & Associates, $1,000.

Republican Robert Regan has raised $16,391.

Top donors include: 1. Robert Regan, Grand Rapids, $13,662.

Republican David Spencer has raised $10,573.

Top donors include: 1. David Spencer, $3,655.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project reported spending $4,955 in support of Afendoulis.

— Outside Spending: Small Business Association II, a super PAC, reported spending $3,824 in support of Afendoulis.

 


STATE HOUSE 74TH DISTRICT

Republican Mark E. Huizenga has raised $38,891.

Top donors include: 1. Mark Huizenga for Mayor Committee, $5,609; 2. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 3. Gary and Cori Carey, Walker, $1,500; 4. Blue Cross Blue Shield, $1,000; 5. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $1,000.

Democrat Meagan L. Carr hasn't reported any contributions yet. 

 


STATE HOUSE 75TH DISTRICT

Republican Daniel Allen Schutte currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat David LaGrand (i) has raised $84,565.

Top donors include: 1. Grand Rapids Firefighters Union PAC, $4,500; 2. Michigan Realtors PAC, $2,000; 3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,000; 4. Michigan Laborers Political League, $1,000; 5. Michigan Education Association, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 76TH DISTRICT

Republican Amanda Brand has raised $75,426.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund II, $7,500; 3. Peter Brand, Mindscape, $5,000; 4. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 5. Grand Rapids Area Chamber, $5,000; 6. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 7. Maintaining Majority Fund, Brandt Iden, $1,500; 8. Wentworth Majority Fund, Jason Wentworth, $1,500.

Democrat Rachel Hood has raised $134,192.

Top donors include: 1. Operating Engineers Local 324, $10,000; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $9,000; 3. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $5,000; 4. Michigan Education Association, $5,000; 5. West Michigan Progressive Donor PAC, $5,000; 6. Progressive Women's Alliance, $4,000; 7. Michigan Association for Justice PAC, $2,500; 8. Kent County Democratic Party, $2,000.

— Outside Spending: Win Justice, a super PAC, reported spending $10,366 in support of Hood.

— Outside Spending: Conservation Voters of Michigan reported spending $9,627 in support of Hood.

 


STATE HOUSE 77TH DISTRICT

Republican Tommy Brann (i) has raised $107,844.

Top donors include: 1. DeVos family, Amway, $6,000; 2. Realtors PAC, $3,925; 3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,500; 4. Michigan Chamber PAC, $2,050; 5. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $2,250; 6. Hawortth family, Haworth, $2,000.

Democrat Dana Knight hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Libertarian Patty Malowney has raised $6,559.

Top donors include: 1. Patty Malowney, $2,320; 2. David McKim, Ohio, $1,000; 3. Libertarian Party of Michigan, $800.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Jordan T. Oesch currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Robert Van Kirk has raised $15,492.

Top donors include: 1. Mark Sellers, Barfly Ventures, $1,000; 2. Ayman Khafagi, physician, $1,000; 3. Madi Eden, BCI, $701; 4. Robert Van Kirk, $500.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project (GLEP) reported spending $1,278 in support of Brann.

 


STATE HOUSE 78TH DISTRICT

Republican Brad Paquette has raised $31,178. 

Top donors include: 1. DeVos family, Amway, $6,000; 2. Haworth family, Haworth Corp., $3,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $1,000; 4. Daniel Paquette, $1,000; 5. Margaret Paulson, $1,000; 6. Cyndee Paquette, $1,000; 7. John Kennedy, Autocam, $1,000; 8. Michigan Farm Bureau, $1,000.

Democrat Dean E. Hill has raised $19,213.

Top donors include: 1. Berrien County Democratic Party, $3,842; 2. Michigan Education Association, $1,275; 3. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $1,000; 4. Greate Van Bree, St. Joseph, $1,000; 5. Audry and Eric Lester, Saint Joseph, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Steve Bury hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Republican Dana Daniels has raised $4,250.

Republican Daniel Hinkle has raised $4,730.

Top donors include: 1. Daniel Hinkle, Niles, $2,000; 2. Florence Hinkle, Buchanan, $200.

Republican David Mann has raised $33,904.

Top donors include: 1. David Mann, $28,966; 2. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 3. Michigan Farm Bureau, $1,000; 4. Kevin and Arlyn Drew, Niles, $1,000.

Republican Kelly Priede has raised $13,742.

Top donors include: 1. Kelly Priede, property manager, $13,742.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project reported spending $17,540 in support of Paquette.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Freedom Network reported spending $10,167 in support of Paquette.

 


STATE HOUSE 79TH DISTRICT

Republican Pauline Wendzel has raised $85,408

Top donors include: 1. Pauline Wendzel, candidate, $33,000; 2. Michigan Farm Bureau, $2,500; 3. Realtors PAC, $1,500.

Democrat Joey B. Andrews has raised $78,309.

Top donors include: 1. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 2. Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 357, $8,000; 3. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $5,000; 4. West Michigan Progressive Donor PAC, $5,000; 5. Berrien County Democratic Party, $3,842.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican JoAnn DeMeulenaere currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Republican Bruce Gorenflo has raised $9,515.

Top donors include: 1. Bruce Gorenflo, technical writer, $4,850; 2. Armin Schultz, Coloma, $1,000; 3. Adolf Pelzer, Benton Harbor, $500.

Republican Maria Moen has raised $20,385.

Top donors include: 1. Maria Moen, $5,000; 2. John Anderson, $1,000; 3. Sam Abdelnour, $1,000; 4. Daniel Hopp, $1,000.

Republican Troy Rolling has raised $13,731.

Top donors include: 1. Troy Rolling, $2,044; 2. Diane and Jeff Denooyer, $2,000; 3. George and Laurie McManus, $1,048.

Democrat Marletta Seats hasn't reported any contributions yet. 

 


STATE HOUSE 80TH DISTRICT

Republican Mary Whiteford (i) has raised $76,575.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $5,000; 2. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $3,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $3,000; 4. Michigan Petroleum Jobbers PAC, $2,750; 5. Michigan Association of Health Plans, $2,250.

Democrat Mark Ludwig has raised $12,560.

Top donors include: 1. Colin Metcalf, Fennville, $1,810; 2. Martia Guinn Metcalf, massage therapist, $960; 3. Catherine Howard, New York, $750; 4. Allegan County Democratic Party, $680; 5. Enough Is Enough PAC, $500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Erik Almquist has raised $2,691.

Top donors include: 1. Erik Almquiest, Fennville, $1,473; 2. Nadia Wallace, New York, $250.

 


STATE HOUSE 81ST DISTRICT

Republican Gary R. Eisen has raised $16,900.

Top donors include: 1. Gary Eisen, $8,000; 2. Kenneth McCormick, Macomb, $1,000; 3. St. Clair County Republican Party, $1,000; 4. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $750.

Democrat Joshua Rivard has raised $4,621.

Top donors include: 1. St. Clair County Democratic Committee, $1,000; 2. Bricklayers Local No. 1, $350; 3. Robyn Rivard, $500.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican John W. Mahaney currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Republican Kenneth Nicholl has raised $25,645.

Top donors include: 1. Kenneth Nicholl, $4,505; 2. Kurt and Mary Carter, Performance Contracting, $1,000; 3. Shawn Wightman, Marysville Public Schools, $1,000.

Republican Michael J. Pratt has raised $5,204.

Top donors include: 1. Amy Pratt, $750; 2. Cindy Cryderman, $695; 3. Paul Semian Sr., $500.

Republican Eric Stocker has raised $14,031.

Top donors include: 1. Eric Stocker, $2,353; 2. Barbara Stocker, counselor, $1,000; 3. Michigan Farm Bureau, $1,000; 4. Relentless Positive Action PAC, Rick Snyder, $1,000; 5. CMS Energy, $1,000.

Republican Dan Tollis hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Republican Dan Turke hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Republican Joel Williams has raised $3,895.

Top donors include: 1. Laurie Williams, Riley, $1,000; 2. Christopher Williams, Riley, $800; 3. Joel Williams, Emmett, $590.

 


STATE HOUSE 82ND DISTRICT

Republican Gary Howell (i) has raised $117,058.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $10,000; 2. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $7,000; 3. Michigan Chamber, $5,500; 4. Gary Howell, state representative, $5,100; 5. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $3,000.

Democrat Christopher Giles currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 83RD DISTRICT

Republican Shane Hernandez (i) has raised $94,730.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $7,000; 2. Shane Hernandez, $5,750; 3. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $2,750; 4. Ford Motor Company PAC, $2,350; 5. Robb family, Anesthesia Services, $2,000; 6. Meredith family, Meredith Tax Service, $2,000; 7. Realtors PAC, $2,000.

Democrat Stefanie Brown currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 84TH DISTRICT

Republican Phil Green has raised $39,880.

Top donors include: 1. Go Green Leadership, Mike Green, $3,000; 2. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 3. Huron County Republican Party, $1,500; 4. Robert Harrison, accountant, $1,000; 5. Michael Green, state senator, $1,000; 6. Michigan Credit Union League, $1,000; 7. Michigan Farm Bureau, $1,000; 8. William Washabaugh, Nortbher Concrete Pipe, $1,000; 9. Warren Kappen, Kappen Tree Service, $1,000; 10. Charlotte Braun, Season Change Home Health, $1,000.

Democrat William Shoop has raised $3,290.

Top donors include: 1. William Shoop, $2,424; 2. House Democratic Fund, $250.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Matthew D. Bierlein has raised $14,623.

Top donors include: 1. Matthew Bierlein, board chair, $2,351; 2. Jim Tussey, Caro Motorsports, $1,000; 3. Katherine Coffield, Grand Blanc, $1,000.

Republican Dean Smith has raised $32,523.

Top donors include: 1. Dean Smith, $27,573.68; 2. Michigan Farm Bureau, $2,500; 3. Carol Roggenbuck, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 85TH DISTRICT

Republican Ben Frederick (i) has raised $107,832.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $7,500; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $6,500; 3. Michigan Jobs Fund, Roger Kahn, $5,000; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $3,700; 5. Ben Frederick, state representative, $3,000; 6. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Health PAC, $3,000.

Democrat Eric Edward Sabin has raised $13,472.

Top donors include: 1. Eric Sabin, $2,235; 2. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $2,000; 3. Paul Ray, retired, $700; 4. Shiawassse County Democratic Party, $668; 5. Christine Byers, Silverwood, $350; 6. William Harrington, Speedy Q, $300; 7. Michael Byers, designer, $300.

 


STATE HOUSE 86TH DISTRICT

Republican Thomas A. Albert (i) has raised $52,952.

Top donors include: 1. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $2,500; 2. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,500; 3. Albert Leadership Fund, Thomas Albert, $2,520; 4. Albert family, retired, $2,000.

Democrat Lauren Taylor has raised $40,960.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $4,000; 2. Teamsters PAC 406, $2,000; 3. Lauren Taylor, No Crow Rooster Collars, $1,100; 4. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,000; 5. Michigan List, $1,000; 6. Marty Kusmierski, $1,000; 7. James Kusmierski, $1,000; 8. Ester Kusmierski, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 87TH DISTRICT

Republican Julie A. Calley (i) has raised $69,075.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 2. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $3,000; 3. Michigan Society of Anesthesiologists, $2,500; 4. Michigan Chamber, $2,250; 5. Michigan Realtors PAC, $2,000; 6. Callton Action Fund, Mike Callton, $2,000; 7. Friends of Spectrum Health, $1,750.

Democrat Shawn Marie Winters currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 88TH DISTRICT

Republican Luke Meerman has raised $44,093.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Farm Bureau, $10,000; 2. Realtors PAC, $1,500; 3. Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce, $1,000; 4.  Bill Henke, dairy farmer, $1,000; 5. TGIF Victory Fund, $1,000; 6. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government, $1,000; 7. Michigan Strategic Leadership, Jim Lilly, $750.

Democrat Heidi A. Zuniga has raised $4,910.

Top donors include: 1. Ottawa County Democratic Party, $1,650; 2. Steven Vryhof, $1,000; 3. Kim Nagy, Northview Public Schools, $150.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Michael Bosch has raised $4,060.

Top donors include: 1. Alan Bosch, $1,000; 2. Deborah VanDyk, $500; 3. Jeffrey Fuss, $250.

Republican Brent Huddleston currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Republican Jason Minier has raised $9,185.

Top donors include: 1. Jason Minier, $5,350; 2. Mike Minier, $1,000; 3. Mary Minier, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: Farm PAC, a super PAC, reported spending $2,492 in support of Meerman.

 


STATE HOUSE 89TH DISTRICT

Republican Jim Lilly (i) has raised $111,720.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $9,500; 2. Michigan Credit Union League, $5,300; 3. DTE Energy, $3,500; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $3,000; 4. Brooks family, Brooks Capital Management, $2,000; 5. Realtors PAC, $2,000.

Democrat Jerry Sias has raised $6,866.

Top donors include: 1. Ottawa County Democratic Party, $1,500; 2. Nancy Hillia, Grand Haven, $1,000; 3. Martin Hillila, $990; 4. Jerry Sias, the candidate, $580.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Beverly Zimmerman has raised $5,949.

Top donors include: 1. Beverly Zimmerman, $5,949.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project (GLEP) reported spending $1,615 in support of Lilly.

 


STATE HOUSE 90TH DISTRICT

Republican Bradley Slagh has raised $37,415.

Top donors include:1. Bradley Slagh, $5,000; 2. Michigan Realtors PAC, $1,500; 3. Loraine Slagh, Zeeland, $1,000; 4. Michigan Farm Bureau, $1,000; 5. Moving Michigan Forward, Arlan Meekhof, $1,000; 6. CMS Energy, $1,000.

Democrat Christopher Banks has raised $981.

Top donors include: 1. Ottawa County Democrats, $750.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Orlando J. Estrada has raised $5,607.

Top donors include: 1. Deb Vandyk, $700; 2. Nancy Estrada, $661; 3. Orlando Estrada, $500; 4. Ramesh Gupta, $400.

 


STATE HOUSE 91ST DISTRICT

Republican Greg VanWoerkom has raised $280,333.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $106,505; 2. Greg VanWoerkom, $15,098; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 4. Realtors PAC, $5,000; 5. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 6. Haworth family, Haworth, $4,000; 7. Small Biz PAC, Small Business Association, $3,000; 8. Michigan Farm Bureau, $2,500; 9. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $2,500.

Democrat Tanya Cabala has raised $164,733.

Top donors include: 1. House Democratic Fund, $34,799; 2. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 3. Michigan Education Association PAC, $9,839; 4. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $5,500; 5. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $5,000; 6. Progressive Democratic Women  PAC, $4,000; 7. West Michigan Progressive Donor PAC, $3,500; 8. Singh for Michigan, Sam Singh, $2,500.

— Outside Spending: The Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $126,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of Cabala.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC III, a super PAC, reported spending, $23,939 in support of VanWoerkom.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party has aired an estiamted $18,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Small Business Association II, a super PAC, reported spending $7,896 in support of VanWoerkom.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $5,000 in support of VanWoerkom.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Alan W. Jager has raised $6,600.

Top donors include: 1. Alan Jager, $6,500.

Democrat Andy O'Riley has raised $35,197.

Top donors include: 1. Operating Engineers Local 324, $7,000; 2. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $5,000; 3. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers PAC, $2,500; 4. Andy O’Riley, $1,477.

 


STATE HOUSE 92ND DISTRICT

Republican Gail Eichorst currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Terry J. Sabo (i) has raised $79,638.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $4,900; 2. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $4,000; 3. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $3,350; 4. Montrell family, REM Services, $3,000; 5. Operating Engineers Local 324, $2,140; 6. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $2,030.

 


STATE HOUSE 93RD DISTRICT

Republican Graham Filler has raised $94,498.

Top donors include: 1. Graham Filler, $13,000; 2. Realtors PAC, $3,000; 3. Clinton County Republican Party, $2,000; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,000; 5. Lansing Regional Chamber, $2,000; 6. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $1,250.

Democrat Dawn D. Levey has raised $25,811.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $10,000; 2. Dawn Levey, $4,115; 3. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,400. 4. James Nelson, $1,000; 5. Pamela Nelson, $1,000; 6. Operating Engineers Local 324, $500.

Libertarian Tyler Palmer has raised $3,327.

Top donors include: 1. Suzanne O’Hanlon, attorney, $500; 2. Brandon Wellman, Carter Construction Company, $250; 3. William Hall, attorney, $200.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Madhu Anderson has raised $76,767.

Top donors include: 1. Madhu Anderson, $25,100; 2. Patrick Anderson, consultant, $1,000; 3. Michigan Realtors PAC, $1,000; 4. Doug Roberts, East Lansing, $1,000; 5. Rodney Lockwood, $1,000.

Republican Anne Hill has raised $27,044.

Top donors include: 1. Anne Hill, $51,100; 2. Charles Wadell, $1,000; 3. Angela Musiel, $1,000; 4. Eric Gentile, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: The nonprofit Citizens for Energizing Michigan's Economy has aired an estimated $56,000 in broadcast TV ads promoting Filler. It also sent out mailers supporting Filler.

 


STATE HOUSE 94TH DISTRICT

Republican Rodney Wakeman has raised $64,907.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Jobs Fund, $7,000; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $5,000; 3. Rodney Wakeman, $3,500; 4. Michigan Funeral Directors Association, $3,400; 5. Horn Senate Majority Fund, Ken Horn, $2,000; 6. Realtors PAC, $1,500.

Democrat Dave Adams has raised $21,586.

Top donors include: 1. Dave Adams, $8,067; 2. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $3,000; 3. Michigan Boilermakers Local 169, $1,000; 4. Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 85, $829; 5. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $750; 5. Michigan Laborers Political League, $750. 6. Paul Purcell, attorney, $600.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party has aired an estimated $8,000 in ads in the race.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Steven G. Gerhardt has raised $53,922.

Top donors include: 1. Steven G. Gerhardt, $30,312; 2. Kevin Kreger, $1,000; 3. Rita Egan, $1,000.

Republican Rick Riebschleger currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Freedom Network reported spending $7,768 in support of Gerhardt.

 


STATE HOUSE 95TH DISTRICT

Republican Dorothy Tanner currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Vanessa Guerra (i) has raised $35,075.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,750; 2. Realtors PAC, $2,000; 3. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $1,750; 4. United Auto Workers, UAW Michigan Voluntary PAC, $1,500; 5. Michigan Laborers Political League, $1,500; 6. Michigan Education Association PAC, $1,500; 7. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $1,500.

 


STATE HOUSE 96TH DISTRICT

Republican Susan Kay Kowalski hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Democrat Brian K. Elder (i) has raised $104,159.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Laborers Political League, $5,500; 2. Operating Engineers Local 324, $5,000; 3. DTE Energy Co. PAC, $4,500; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $3,750; 5. CMS Energy Employees for Better Government, $3,250; 6. United Auto Workers Michigan Voluntary PAC, $3,000; 7. Michigan Education Association PAC, $3,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 97TH DISTRICT

Republican Jason Wentworth (i) has raised $78,494.

Top donors include 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $5,000; 2. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $3,000; 3. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $3,000; 4. Thomas, Janet and Natalee Kunse, Northern Dry Bulk, $2,500; 5. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $2,500; 6. Michigan Chamber PAC, $2,000.

Democrat Celia Young-Wenkel has raised $11,871.

Top donors include: 1. Celia Young-Wenkel, $9,998; 2. Geralyn Wenkel, Chicago, $400; 3. Clare County Democratic Party, $300.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Bob Townsend has raised $1,430.

Top donors include: 1. Bob Townsend, $1,430.

 


STATE HOUSE 98TH DISTRICT

Republican Annette Glenn has raised $190,073.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $80,865; 2. Annette Glenn, Midland, $20,000; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $9,000; 4. DeVos family, $6,000; 5. Midland County Republican Party, $3,500; 6. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $2,750; 7. 4th Congressional District Republican Committee, $2,500; 8. Hemlock Semiconductor PAC, $2,000.

Democrat Sarah Schulz has raised $112,410.

Top donors include: 1. Jen and Antonio Ciolino, Ohio, $2,000; 2. Judith Hill, Sanford, $1,000; 3. Jennifer Kendrick, North Carolina, $1,000; 4. Neal Wilcox, Dow Chemical, $1,000; 5. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $1,000; 6. Strengthening Michigan Fund, Chris Greig, $1,000; 7. Johanna Balwinski, Midland, $1,000; 8. Vada Lewis, Midland, $1,000.

— Outside Spending: Citizens for Energizing Michigan's Economy, a nonprofit, has aired an estimated $94,000 in ads promoting Schulz.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC III, a super PAC, reported spending $75,038 in support of Glenn.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $20,000 in support of Glenn.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Carl L. Hamann currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

 


STATE HOUSE 99TH DISTRICT

Republican Roger Hauck (i) has raised $250,582.

Top donors include: 1. House Repubican Campaign Committee, $47,409; 2. Chatfield Majority Funds, Lee Chatfield, $17,000; 3. Vision for Victory, Kevin Cotter, $9,500; 4. Realtors PAC, $7,000; 5. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $6,500; 6. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $5,000; 7. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000 8. Michigan Action Committee for Rural Electrification, $5,000.

Democrat Kristen Brown has raised $98,760.

Top donors include: 1. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 2. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $10,000; 3. Hertel for Michigan, Kevin Hertel, $5,250; 4. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $5,000; 5. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,500; 6. Emily's List, $2,500; 7. Hammoud for Michigan, Abdullah Hammoud ,$2,500; 8. Singh for Michigan, Sam Singh, $2,500.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party has aired an estimated $44,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $45,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of Brown.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $20,000 in support of Hauck.

— Outside Spending: Small Business Association of Michigan PAC II, a super PAC, reported spending $6,000 in support of Hauck.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Randall Doyle has raised $600.

Top donors include: 1. Micah Watson, $200; 2. Edward Davis, $200; 3. James Longobardo, $100.

Democrat Allison Quast-Lents has raised $35,653.

Top donors include: 1. Launch Progress PAC, $1,500; 2. Allison Quast-Lents, $1,005; 3. Colleen Schoenfeld, $1,000; 4. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 100TH DISTRICT

Republican Scott A. VanSingel (i) has raised $71,855.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $5,000; 2. Michigan League of Conservation Voters, LCV, $3,000; 3. Michigan Farm Bureau, $2,650.

Democrat Sandy Clarke has raised $5,744.

 


STATE HOUSE 101ST DISTRICT

Republican Jack O'Malley has raised $263,462.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $113,451; 2. Jack O'Malley, $23,042; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 4. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 5. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $5,000; 6. Realtors PAC, $5,000; 7. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 8. Haworth family, Haworth, $4,000.

Democrat Kathy Wiejaczka has raised $167,916. 

Top donors include: 1. House Democratic Fund, $40,013; 2. Kathy Wiejacjka, $11,670; 3. Leelanau County Democratic Party. $10,000; 4. Flippable State Victory Fund, $7,500; 5. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $6,040; 6. Manistee County Democrats, $4,000; 7. Michigan Education Association PAC, $3,000; 8. Benzie County Democrats, $2,603; 5.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $55,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of Wiejaczka.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC III reported spending $18,901 in support of O'Malley.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Carolyn Cater currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Edward Hoogterp has raised $4,327.

Top donors include: 1. Edward Hoogterp, $600; 2. Jean Wysocki, $100; 3. Jack Carpenter, $100.

 


STATE HOUSE 102ND DISTRICT

Republican Michele Hoitenga (i) has raised $90,099.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $5,000; 2. Telecommunications Association of Michigan PAC, $5,000; 3. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $2,500; 4. AT&T Michigan, $2,500; 5. Wilson family, Team Bob, $2,000; 6. Realtors PAC, $2,000.

Democrat Dion Adams currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican William S. Barnett has raised $46,972.

Top donors include: 1. William S. Barnett, $31,051; 2. Mark Mitchell, $1,000; 3. Elizabeth Barnett, $1,000.

Democrat Bruce L. Reges has raised $258.

Top donors include: 1. Mary Murnik, Reed City, $100.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project reported spending $9,078 in support of Hoitenga.

— Outside Spending: Small Business Association II, a super PAC, reported spending $4,191 in support of Hoitenga.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Gun Rights reported spending $488 in support of Hoitenga.

 


STATE HOUSE 103RD DISTRICT

Republican Daire Rendon (i) has raised $44,075.

Top donors include: 1. Business Leaders for Michigan, $3,000; 2. Michigan Realtors PAC, $2,250; 3. Michigan Credit Union League, $2,250; 4. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,000; 5. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $1,500; 6. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $1,250.

Democratic Tim Schaiberger hasn't reported any contributions yet.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat Steve Loomis has raised $1,850.

Top donors include: 1. Stevens Loomis, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 104TH DISTRICT

Republican Larry C. Inman (i) has raised $215,951.

Top donors include: 1. House Republican Campaign Committee, $92,961; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $10,000; 4. Health PAC, Health & Hospital Association, $10,000; 5. Compete Michigan, Mike Shirkey, $5,000; 6. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 7. Consumers Energy, $3,250.

Democrat Dan O'Neil has raised $269,270.

Top donors include: 1. House Democratic Fund, $28,154; 2. Future Now Fund, $10,000; 3. Michigan Association for Michigan, $10,000; 4. Michigan league of Conservation Voters, $6,267; 5. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $5,000; 6. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $5,000; 7. Sheel Metal Workers Local 7, $5,000; 8. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $5,000.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Democratic State Central Committee has aired an estimated $91,000 in ads in the race.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Leadership Committee reported spending $34,203 in support of O'Neil.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Republican Party reported spending $20,000 in support of Inman.

— Outside Spending: Michigan Chamber PAC III, a super PAC, reported spending $17,107 in support of Inman.

 


STATE HOUSE 105TH DISTRICT

Republican Triston Cole (i) has raised $121,376.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $7,500; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $3,000; 3. Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association, MITA, $3,000; 4. Michigan Credit Union League, $3,000; 5. Michigan Farm Bureau, $2,500; 6. Michigan Laborers Political League, $2,500.

Democrat Melissa Fruge has raised $26,721.

Top donors include: 1. Antrim County Democratic Party, $1,100; 2. Sam Himmerlrich, $1,000; 3. Kathy Fruge, retired, $900; 4. Nesburg Family Fund, $762; 5. Audra Grassia, Emily’s List, $750; 6. Anne McPhail, Williamsburg, $600.

 


STATE HOUSE 106TH DISTRICT

Republican Sue Allor (i) has raised $92,930.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $6,000; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $5,000; 3. DeVos family, Amway, $5,000; 4. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $4,000; 5. Michigan Chamber PAC, $2,750; 6. Sue Allor, state representative, $2,000; 7. Michigan Realtors, $2,000; 8. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,000.

Democrat Lora Greene has raised $50,784.

Top donors include: 1. Lora Greene, $7,842; 2. Operating Engineers Local 324, $2,500; 3. Michigan Education Association, $2,000; 4. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $1,000; 5. Michigan Education Association, $1,000; 6. Alexandra Kotsakis, $1,000; 7. Linda Greene, $1,000; 8. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Democrat John E. Norton, III, hasn't reported any contributions yet.

 


STATE HOUSE 107TH DISTRICT

Republican Lee Chatfield (i) has raised $295,645.

Top donors include 1. Michigan Values Leadership Fund II, Tom Leonard, $10,000; 2. Michigan Values Leadership Fund, Tom Leonard, $10,000; 3. Michigan Chamber PAC, $9,000; 4. Michigan Restaurant Association, $8,650; 5. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $7,500; 6. DTE Energy PAC, $7,500.

Democrat Joanne Schmidt Galloway has raised $52,637.

Top donors include: 1. Constance Baker, $1,000; 2. Marlene Crisp, $1,000; 3. Larry Bell, Bell's Brewery, $1,000; 4. Jim Ollfield, Harbor Springs, $1,000; 5. Tracy Texter, nurse practitioner, $1,000; 6. Sujo Ollfield, California, $1,000; 7. Emmet County Democratic Party Committee, $1,000.

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Bruce M. Newville Jr. currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Democrat Kurt Perron hasn't reported any contributions yet.

— Outside Spending: Great Lakes Education Project (GLEP) reported spending $1,717 in support of Chatfield.

 


STATE HOUSE 108TH DISTRICT

Republican Beau Matthew LaFave (i) has raised $110,684.

Top donors include: 1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Rep. Lee Chatfield, $10,000; 2. Chatfield Majority Fund 2, Lee Chatfield, $5,000; 3. Realtors PAC, $5,000; 4. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $4,500; 5. Auto Dealers of Michigan, $2,500; 6. Michigan Relators PAC, $2,500; 7. Michigan Values Leadership Fund PAC, $2,000.

Democrat Bob Romps has raised $71,906.

Top donors include: 1. United Auto Workers Voluntary PAC, $10,000; 2. Operating Engineers Local 324, $10,000; 3. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $9,000; 4. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers PAC, $5,000; 5. Upper Peninsula Plumbers and Pipefitters, $5,000; 6. AFSCME AFL-CIO, $2,500; 7. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $2,500.

 


STATE HOUSE 109TH DISTRICT

Republican Melody Wagner has raised $16,436.

Top donors include: 1. Melody Wagner, $15,701.

Democrat Sara Cambensy (i) has raised $20,214.

Top donors include: 1. Operating Engineers Local 324, $5,000; 2. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $2,000; 3. Cliffs Natural Resources PAC, $1,000.

 


STATE HOUSE 110TH DISTRICT

Republican Gregory Markkanen has raised $18,550.

Top donors include: 1. Gregory Markkanen, teacher, $5,400; 2. Michigan Farm Bureau, $5,000; 3. David Witanen, Hancock, $1,000; 4. Jack Bergman, member of the U.S. House, $500; 5. Michigan Petroluem Association, $500; 6. CCI Michigan PAC, $500; 7. Michigan Bankers Association PAC, $500.

Democrat Ken Summers has raised $181,487.

Top donors include: 1. Ken Summers, $24,000; 2. Michigan Education Association PAC, $10,000; 3. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $10,000; 4. Operating Engineers Local 324, $10,000; 5. Elder Fund for Michigan, Brian Elder, $10,000; 6. House Democratic Fund, $9,864; 7. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $7,000; 8. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, $5,250; 9. Upper Peninsula Plumbers and Pipefitters, $5,000;

Primary Candidates And Outside Spenders

Republican Keith LaCosse has raised $365.

Republican Kirk R. Schott has raised $8,965.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Farm Bureau, $2,500; 2. Michigan Optometric PAC, $1,000; 3. Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, $500.

Republican Brady J. Tervo has raised $757.

 


MICHIGAN SUPREME COURT (2 SEATS)

Samuel Bagenstos (nominted by Democrats) has raised $923,923.

Top donors include: 1. Democratic State Central Committee, $128,545; 2. Samuel Bagenstos, professor, $70,646; 3. Michigan Association for Justice, $25,000; 4. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $20,000; 5. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $15,000; 6. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $15,000; 7. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers PAC, $10,000; 8. Michigan Education Association PAC, $10,000.

Incumbent Elizabeth Clement (nominated by Republicans) has raised $561,223.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Chamber of Commerce PAC, $15,000; 2. Mark and Elizabeth Murray, Meijer, $13,600, 3. Ronald and Eileen Weiser, Ann Arbor, $13,500; 4. Realtors PAC, $10,950; 5. Michigan Education Association PAC, $10,000; 6. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, $10,000; 7. Frankenmuth PAC, $10,000.

Incumbent Kurtis Wilder (nominated by Republicans) has raised $475,673.

Top donors include: 1. Michigan Republican Party, $100,000; 2. Realtors PAC, $20,75; 3. Michigan Chamber of Commerce PAC, $15,000; 4. Moroun family, Cen Tra, $13,600; 5. Ronald and Eileen Weiser, Ann Arbor, $13,500; 6. Frankenmuth PAC, $10,000; 7. Michigan Insurance Coalition, $7,500.

Megan Cavanagh (nominated by Democrats) has raised $548,503.

Top donors include: 1. Democratic State Central Committee, $128,54; 2. Michigan Association for Justice PAC, $29,284; 3. United Auto Workers Michigan PAC, $15,000; 4. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, $15,000; 5. Patricia and Michael Cavanagh, $13,600; 6. Michigan Education Association PAC, $10,000; 7. Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, $10,000. 

Doug Dern (nominated by the Natural Law Party) currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

Kerry Lee Morgan (nominated by Libertarians) currently has a waiver from reporting requirements.

— Outside Spending: Americans for Prosperity, a nonprofit, has reported spending $64,962 in support of Wilder.

— Outside Spending: Progress Michigan Political Action Fund has reported spending $50,613 in support of Cavanagh and Bagenstos.

— Outside Spending: The Michigan Republican Party has reported spending $22,000 in opposition to Cavanagh and Bagenstos.