3Q campaign finance: By the numbers

With numbers and dollars flying, it’s difficult to determine who is truly up in the all-important money race. The GOP state committee has raised millions, the Democratic state committee less.  Democratic candidates hold a 2 to 1 advantage over Republicans, while the Republican ‘Big Three’ holds a $1.5 million advantage over the Democrats’ ‘Big Three.”

So just who’s winning the money wars?

Campaign Finance by the Numbers

 

Entity                                               Raised             Spent              COH                            

Republican State Committee         $3,172,189    $2,222,991       $1,124,019

Democratic State Committee        $889,450        $688,886          $195,100


Senate Republican Majority           $710,712        $415,860         $902,220

Senate Democratic Majority          $725,638        $625,471         $309,926


Assembly Republican Victory         $577,152        $454,045         $416,594

Democratic  Assm. Camp. Comm. $838,780        $618,441         $480,400


Republican Candidates                   $7,459,878     $2,788,112     $4,671,266

Democratic Candidates                  $18,543,038   $9,926,356     $8,622,004    


Republican Total:                            $11,919,931  $5,881,008     $7,114,099

Democrat Total:                              $20,996,906  $11,859,154   $9,607,430

 

Out of State Donations                                % of Total

Republican State Committee:      $610,000        41%

Democratic State Committee       $2,500             .5%

Senate Republican Majority         $26,000          8.2%

Senate Democratic Majority         $36,500         13.4%

Assembly Republican Victory        $26,000         10.5%

Democratic  Assm. Camp. Comm. $26,000          6.4% 3Q campaign finance: By the numbers