House Republican Campaign Committee

The House Republican Campaign Committee was set up to raise money by members of the GOP Caucus in the House of Delegates after the breakup of the Joint Republican Caucus fundraising efforts in 2004.
Republican

Expenditures

All Years
Amount Service
$2,447,216 Staff/Consultants
$1,884,814 Fundraising
$1,264,739 Donations to Legislative Candidates
$803,050 Donations to Party Committees
$645,496 Polling/Robo Calls
$449,043 Travel/Meal Expenses
$383,536 Legal/Accounting/Bank Fees
$259,552 Voter Lists
$159,569 Web/Online Ads/Email
$90,393 TV/Radio
$75,931 Mail/Printing/Postage
$43,852 Office Rent/Utilities
$31,522 Phones/Internet Access
$29,500 Donations to Local Candidates
$27,350 Donations to Single-Interest Groups
$25,057 Reimburse for Multiple Items
$10,343 Computers
$10,245 Events/Catering
$10,213 Misc. Campaigning
$10,176 Purpose Not Determined
$7,500 Refunded Donation
$4,664 GOTV
$3,491 Office Supplies
$3,309 Books/Subscriptions
$2,361 Newspaper Ads
$1,861 Donations to Leadership Cttes
$1,476 Misc. Office Expenses
$986 Community Goodwill
$632 Office Equipment
$181 Legislative Session