A major donor is an individual or entity that makes monetary or nonmonetary contributions (including loans) to state or local officeholders, candidates, and committees totaling $10,000 or more in a calendar year.
“Contribution” includes direct monetary contributions (e.g., purchasing tickets to campaign fundraisers), loan guarantees and loan forgiveness, nonmonetary contributions of goods or services, and discounts not provided to the public generally.
Major Donor Tree Map
The tree map below compares the relative size of each major donor’s cumulative contributions (to all reported sources) in 2013.
Major Donors and Payees
The table below shows the cumulative contributions from each major donor per committee in 2013.
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