ELECTION 2022: Hoyer has nearly a million bucks on hand; will he add another term to his 40 years in Congress at age 80?

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Steny H Hoyer (D)


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These tables list the top donors to candidates in the 2019-2020 House election cycle The organizations themselves did not donate, rather the money came from the organizations’ PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals’ immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.

ContributorTotal
Prudential Financial$30,500
Akin, Gump et al$27,950
Comcast Corp$27,900
DaVita Inc$27,750
Dominion Energy$23,000
MedStar Health$21,900
Blue Cross/Blue Shield$20,500
NorPAC$20,000
Seafarers International Union$20,000
MacAndrews & Forbes$18,500
Goldman Sachs$17,500
Rock Holdings$17,200
Coca-Cola Co$16,200
Baker, Donelson et al$15,300
Service Employees International Union$15,000
AmerisourceBergen Corp$14,800
Raytheon Technologies$13,500
CVS Health$13,200
NAI the Michael Companies$12,900

Chris Palombi (R)

ContributorTotal
Calvert County Public Schools$1,570
United Airlines Holdings$1,500
Av3 Inc$1,000
Fox Rothschild LLP$1,000
The Barn At Pleasant Acres$1,000
US Dept of Commerce$1,000
Olympia Pools$1,000

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Jamie Raskin (D) Congressman from the Eighth Congressional District of Md

Jamie Raskin (D) • Incumbent • Winner

Raised:$2,072,652
Spent:$1,399,252
Cash on Hand:$1,338,530

Source of Funds

Type of ContributionAmountPercentage
Small Individual Contributions (≤ $200)$268,60112.96%
Large Individual Contributions$1,378,57166.51%
PAC Contributions*$421,50020.34%
Candidate self-financing$00.00%
Other$3,9800.19%

Quality of Disclosure

Type of DisclosureAmountPercentage
Full Disclosure$1,326,48899.16%
Incomplete Disclosure$7,8000.58%
No Disclosure$3,3900.25%

Gregory Coll (R)

Raised:$30,876
Spent:$27,257
Cash on Hand:$3,618

Source of Funds

Type of ContributionAmountPercentage
Small Individual Contributions (≤ $200)$9,06529.36%
Large Individual Contributions$10,00232.39%
PAC Contributions*$5,90019.11%
Candidate self-financing$5,60018.14%
Other$3091.00%

Quality of Disclosure

Type of DisclosureAmountPercentage
Full Disclosure$9,68994.54%
Incomplete Disclosure$00.00%
No Disclosure$5605.46%

Top Contributors for 2020 Election Cycle

These tables list the top donors to candidates in the 2019-2020 House election cycle The organizations themselves did not donate, rather the money came from the organizations’ PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals’ immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.

ContributorTotal
American University$41,693
Georgetown University$26,242
Federal Reserve System$13,600
IBM Corp$11,000
Conceptual Analytics LLC$10,800
Hogan Lovells$10,449
Bernstein & Lipsett$10,400
University of Maryland$10,112
American Institute of CPAs$10,000
American Federation of Government Employees$10,000
American Federation of State/Cnty/Munic Employees$10,000
American Assn for Justice$10,000
Bricklayers Union$10,000
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers$10,000
National Auto Dealers Assn$10,000
Machinists/Aerospace Workers Union$10,000
Sheet Metal, Air, Rail & Transportation Union$10,000
Thermo Fisher Scientific$10,000
National Active & Retired Federal Employees Assn$10,000
Deutsche Telekom$9,500

Gregory Coll (R)

ContributorTotal
Huck PAC$5,000

+ See the reports included in calculating the numbers on this page.

Why (and How) We Use Donors’ Employer/Occupation Information

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NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2019-2020 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on March 22, 2021.

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