Note: Today's large-donation report is extra-large. The Department of Elections made some changes to its network, which took its public upload function offline for nine days.
The following state PACs reported since July 1 receiving donations of $10,000 or more:
|$290,000||House Democratic Caucus|
|$242,500||Virginia Senate Democratic Caucus|
|$150,000||Democratic Party of Virginia|
|$127,500||Common Good VA|
|$50,000||New Va Majority|
|$25,000||One Commonwealth PAC|
|$20,000||Middle Resolution PAC|
|$16,000||Va Assn of Health Plans|
|$15,000||Commonwealth Victory Fund|
|$12,500||Medical Society of Va|
|$12,500||Virginia Senate Republican Caucus|
|$12,500||Va Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons|
Under Virginia law, leadership and non-candidate political committees are required to report any single donation of $10,000 or more to the State Department of Elections within three business days.
In addition, two '527-groups' reported making a donation of $10,000 or more to two candidate committees:
|Republican State Leadership Committee||Kastelberg for Delegate - Mary|
|Carpenters Legislative Program of Greater Pennsylvania||Canahui-Ortiz for Delegate - Neri|
Virginia law requires limited disclosure by groups that are not considered political action committees but that are allowed under Section 527 of the Internal Revenue Service code to make political donations. These so-called 527 groups must disclose anytime they donation $10,000 or more to a Virginia candidate or PAC.
July 9, 2019
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