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2018 Race for Governor

  

Candidate Cash on hand Total funds raised since 2017
Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) $873.4K $4.7M
Steve E Pearce (R) $1.9M $3.2M
Joseph Cervantes (D) $1.7K $2.3M
Jeff Apodaca (D) $15.1K $1.3M
Bob Walsh (I) $435.6 $11.2K
Christopher Michael Roybal (I) $0 $1.3K

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Other top 2018 races

  

Race Candidates Funds raised since 2017 Total funds in race
Commissioner Of Public Lands

Garrett VeneKlasen (D)

George K Munoz (D)

Stephanie Garcia Richard (D)

Patrick Hiller Lyons (R)

Dr. Ray Bennett Powell (D)

Michael G Lucero (I)

$561.0K

$406.0K

$171.2K

$121.0K

$98.1K

$10.0K

$636.5K
Attorney General

Hector Balderas (D)

Michael Hendricks (R)

A Blair Dunn (I)

$475.1K

$239.2K

$23.0K

$522.9K
Lieutenant Governor

Howie C Morales (D)

Billy G. Garrett (D)

Michael Padilla (D)

Rick S. Miera (D)

Michelle Garcia Holmes (R)

Mr. Jeff Carr MA (D)

Kelly K Zunie (R)

Nikki Hooser (D)

Mark Yule (R)

Robin L. Dunn (I)

$216.7K

$172.1K

$144.7K

$103.8K

$38.8K

$26.3K

$25.1K

$12.4K

$4.5K

$2.0K

$445.9K
Secretary Of State

Maggie Toulouse Oliver (D)

JoHanna Cox (R)

Sandra D Jeff (I)

$307.6K

$7.1K

$5.0K

$247.0K
State Auditor

Bill McCamley (D)

Brian S Colon (D)

Wayne A Johnson (R)

$201.6K

$189.4K

$96.7K

$235.7K
State Representative (District 47)

Brian F. Egolf (D)

$182.8K

$153.2K
State Representative (District 46)

Carl Trujillo (D)

Andrea Romero (D)

$152.1K

$74.0K

$124.3K
State Representative (District 49)

Gail "Missy" Armstrong (R)

Mr Cameron Chick Sr (D)

$116.1K

$0

$111.7K
County Sheriff (San Juan)

Tommy Bolack (R)

R. Shane Ferrari (R)

$255.0K

$60.0K

$104.2K
State Representative (District 41)

Debbie A. Rodella (D)

Susan K Herrera (D)

$125.3K

$67.7K

$98.9K

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Largest donations

These are the largest donations received by a candidate or political action committee since January 1, 2015. 

Donor Amount Recipient
People for Pearce $783.8K Steve E Pearce
League of Conservation Voters $261.0K CVNM Verde Voters Fund
PNM Resources, Inc $240.0K New Mexicans for Progress
Chevron Corporation $224.2K NEW MEXICO STRONG
PNM Resources, Inc $200.0K New Mexicans for Progress
Civic Participation Action Fund $200.0K Better Future For New Mexico, an Independent Expenditure PAC
State Victory Action $190.0K Better Future For New Mexico, an Independent Expenditure PAC
New Mexico Secretary of State $180.7K Stephen G. French
Secretary of State $180.7K Hank Bohnhoff
New Mexico Secretary of State $180.7K Kristina Bogardus

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Top candidates

These are the candidates or elected officials with the largest campaign accounts as of the most recent filing date.

Rank Candidate Cash on hand
1 Steve E Pearce $1.9M
2 Hector Balderas $900.2K
3 Michelle Lujan Grisham $873.4K
4 Nate Gentry $244.1K
5 Kristina Bogardus $180.7K
5 Jacqueline R. Medina $180.7K
5 Michael E. Vigil $180.7K
5 Megan Duffy $180.7K
6 Daniel Jose Gallegos $180.7K
7 Stephen G. French $180.6K

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Top Committees

These are the political action committees with the largest campaign account balances as of the most recent filing period. 

Rank PAC Cash on hand
1 Better Future For New Mexico, an Independent Expenditure PAC $419.6K
2 Safety and Justice for All $296.1K
3 REALTORS ASSOC OF NM PAC $223.0K
4 Committee on Individual Responsibility $201.4K
5 Go Bonds For Education $138.7K
6 NEW MEXICO STRONG $126.0K
7 New Mexico Horsemen's Association "PAC" $121.4K
8 Farmers Employee and Agent Political Action Committee $114.3K
9 CVNM Verde Voters Fund $114.0K
10 New Mexico Health Care Association PAC $108.2K

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Top lobbyists

  

Rank Lobbyist Employers Total contributions Total expenditures
1 Mr. Stephen H. Perry Chevron USA Inc., Its Parent Corp. Chevron Corp. 2013 - 2018 $515.8K $3.3K
2 Daniel A. Najjar $309.7K $45.5K
3 James David Bullington
AIA-NM 2013 - 2018
NM Heart Institute Foundation 2017 - 2018
NM Committee for Responsible Health Care Regulatio 2013 - 2014, 2016 - 2018
New Mexico Transit Association 2015 - 2018
New Mexico First 2013 - 2018
New Mexico Appleseed 2013 - 2018
Laguna Development Corp. 2013 - 2018
QHCCS, LLC 2017 - 2018
K12, Inc. 2013 - 2018
Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce 2017 - 2018
Cottonwood Classical Charter School 2016 - 2018
CHSPSC, LLC 2015 - 2018
Big Brothers Big Sister of Northern NM 2015 - 2018
American Federation for Children 2013 - 2015, 2017 - 2018
Rocky Mountain Gold and Silver Exchange 2013 - 2015, 2017 - 2018
Save the Children 2013 - 2014, 2016 - 2018
Union Pacific Railroad 2017 - 2018
Williams Four Corners, LLC 2014 - 2018
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad 2016 - 2018
Southwest Generation Operating Company 2018
American Institute of Architects 2018
Santa Fe Childrens Museum 2015 - 2016, 2018
Security USA 2018
Pueblo of Laguna 2013 - 2018
Community Health Systems 2013 - 2017
Green Apple Accreditation of Children's Services 2015 - 2016
Cottonwood Financial Administration Service, LLC 2015
Coast Range Investments, LLC 2013 - 2015
Fast Bucks 2013 - 2015
National Biodiesel Board 2013 - 2015
New Mexico School for the Arts 2013 - 2015
The Committee for Responsible Health Care Regulat 2015
Renewable Energy Group, Inc. 2013 - 2015
Winrock Partners, LLC 2014 - 2015
CNSP, Inc, DBA NMSurf 2015
United Way of Santa Fe County 2014
New Mexico Aerospace Association 2013 - 2014
Audubon New Mexico 2013 - 2014
Southwestern Assoc. for Indian Arts - SWAIA 2013 - 2014
Winrock Partners, LLC 2014
NRG Energy, Inc. 2013 - 2014
Georgia O'Keefe Museum 2014
Community Health Systems 2014
Georgia O'Keffe Museum 2014
Williams Company 2014
The Life Link 2014
CYRQ Energy 2013
Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography 2013
NM Early Childhood Development Partnership 2013
$306.8K $43.9K
4 Mickey Dee Barnett $275.3K $43.2K
5 Mr. Anthony (T.J.) J Trujillo
Occidental Petroleum Corp. 2013 - 2018
Amazon.com, Inc. 2018
Qwaltec, Incorporated 2018
Rio Grande Kennel Club 2017 - 2018
Crown Castle NG West LLC 2018
Otero County Economic Development Council,Inc 2018
Windstream 2017 - 2018
Ultra Health 2016 - 2018
Ryan Advocacy Services, LLC 2016 - 2018
Pet Food Institute 2017 - 2018
New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association 2017 - 2018
Molina Healthcare Inc. 2017 - 2018
Hunt Power, LP 2017 - 2018
Horizon Ag-Products, L.P. 2014 - 2018
G&K Government Affairs, LLC 2017 - 2018
Freeport-McMoran, Inc. 2013 - 2018
El Paso Electric Company 2015 - 2018
Dairy Producers of New Mexico 2013 - 2015, 2017 - 2018
CropLife America 2016 - 2018
BNSF Railway Company 2016 - 2018
Biotechnology Innovation Organization 2013 - 2018
Avangrid Renewables LLC 2017 - 2018
American Promotional Events 2013 - 2018
FGM3 Environmental 2017
Hunt Transmission Services, LLC 2013 - 2017
Community Loans of America 2013 - 2017
Gallagher and Kennedy, PA 2013 - 2016
Advantage Capital Partners 2013, 2015 - 2016
BP America, Inc. 2013 - 2016
Iberdrola Renewables LLC 2015 - 2016
New Mexico Association of Community Colleges 2014 - 2016
Ruidoso Jockey Club 2013 - 2016
Trujillo Enterprises 2013 - 2016
Jobs for All New Mexico, Inc. 2015
Casas de Buena Ventura Inc. 2015
Turquoise Trail Charter School 2015
Dairy Industry Group for a Clean Environment 2015
Vulcan Materials Company 2015
Community Loans of America 2014
Mineris Vitae, LLC 2013 - 2014
Council for Biotechnology Information (CBI) 2013
$252.9K $53.1K

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