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The Openness Project was created by New Mexico In Depth to give New Mexicans better access to and documentation for political contributions in the state of New Mexico. The data comes from the New Mexico Secretary of State. Follow NMID's campaign finance focused reporting here.
These are the top recipients of campaign cash in the last 90 days.
|1||Elizabeth "Liz" Stefanics||+$5.8K|
|2||REALTORS ASSOC OF NM PAC||+$5.5K|
|4||New Mexico Defense Fund||+$4.0K|
|5||Kim Clayton Hakes||+$3.6K|
|6||New Mexico Family First||+$3.5K|
|8||Don Tripp Speaker PAC||+$3.0K|
|9||House Democratic Campaign Committee||+$2.7K|
These are the largest donations received by a candidate or political action committee since January 1, 2015.
|NEA Advocacy Fund||$450,000.00 $450.0K||Patriot Majority New Mexico|
|AFSCME||$400,000.00 $400.0K||Patriot Majority New Mexico|
|AFSCME||$250,000.00 $250.0K||Patriot Majority New Mexico|
|Paul Foster||$150,000.00 $150.0K||Advance New Mexico Now|
|League of Conservation Voters||$150,000.00 $150.0K||CVNM Verde Voters Fund|
|George Soros||$107,000.00 $107.0K||New Mexico Safety & Justice|
|AFT Solidarity||$100,000.00 $100.0K||NM Together|
|Anne W Marion||$100,000.00 $100.0K||Advance New Mexico Now|
|Devon Energy||$100,000.00 $100.0K||Advance New Mexico Now|
|Anne Marion||$100,000.00 $100.0K||Advance New Mexico Now|
These are the candidates or elected officials with the largest campaign accounts as of the most recent filing date.
|3||Richard C Martinez||$93.7K|
|8||Maggie Hart Stebbins||$49.1K|
|10||Debbie A Rodella||$48.6K|
These are the political action committees with the largest campaign account balances as of the most recent filing period.
|1||Advance New Mexico Now||$283.9K|
|4||Committee on Individual Responsibility||$133.3K|
|6||Justice for America||$110.2K|
|7||New Mexico Horsemen's Association "PAC"||$108.9K|
|8||Farmers Employee and Agent Political Action Committee||$97.9K|
|9||New Mexico Health Care Association PAC||$86.7K|
|10||NM Senate Majority Leadership Fund||$81.1K|
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