Indiana Republican candidates spent $15.5 million more than Democrats – Ballotpedia News

In Indiana, state-level candidates spent $25.9 million between January 1, 2021 and October 24, 2022. Democratic candidates spent $4.7 million and Republican candidates spent $20.2 million.

Indiana Campaign Financial Snapshot (1/1/2021 – 10/24/2022)

Top 10 Democratic candidates by spending (1/1/2021 – 10/24/2022)

During the 2022 election cycle, 151 state Democrats have filed campaign finance reports with the Indiana Secretary of State. Here are the 10 Democratic candidates who have spent the most.

rank Democratic candidate total expenses
1. Destiny Scott Wells $485,075.18
2. Woodrow Myers $404,907.01
3. Philip Kelly Gia Quinta $295,538.03
4. James David Ford $271,591.04
5. Ted Connor $199,950.98
6. Mitchell Gore $152,970.39
7. Terry Austin $137,185.68
8th. Heidi Beidinger $130,100.23
9. Fady Qaddoura $125,893.02
10 Kristin Jones $120,295.05

Top 10 Republican Candidates by Spending (1/1/2021 – 10/24/2022)

During the same period, 223 Republicans filed campaign finance reports with the Indiana Secretary of State. These are the 10 Republican candidates with the highest reported spending for the 2022 election cycle so far.

rank Republican candidate total expenses
1. Eric Holcomb $1,593,815.63
2. Todd Houston $1,104,480.47
3. Kyle Walker $1,079,613.94
4. Diego Morales $904,681.88
5. Julie McGuire $647,738.76
6. death Rokita $547,927.37
7. Holly Sullivan $535,074.16
8th. Markus Messmer $476,990.12
9. Craig Snow $471,172.76
10 Tera Klutz $460,841.91

Some states allow incumbents to spend from their campaign accounts when not running for election. These expenses are included in the candidate campaign financials.

The above data is based on campaign funding reports submitted to the Indiana Secretary of State by active Indiana candidate PACs. Transparency USA releases campaign finance data after key reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require applicants to submit additional reports.

Federal State report name due date
IN 2022 Jan Biannual 01/19/2022
IN 2022 Nationwide quarterly/semi-annually 07/15/2022
IN Area code 2022 10/17/2022
IN Quarterly nationwide in 2022 11/1/2022
IN Annual Report 2022 01/18/2023

This article is a joint publication of ballot and Transparency United Stateswho work together to provide campaign finance information for state elections. Find out more about our work here.




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