Koch candidates, 2016

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Follow the money in the Koch wiki.

A close examination of campaign finance disclosures and other data reveals that Koch-tied entities are already spending on behalf of candidates in races for the U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate, state Governorships, state Attorney General races and other state races in 2016.

To compile this list, the Center for Media and Democracy/PRWatch (CMD) examined disclosed donations from a variety of sources including Koch Industries' KochPAC. This is limited to the donations that are required to be disclosed under federal and state law but, as the Nation and others have documented, Koch Industries also attempts to indoctrinate its employees on who and what to vote for or against, as documented here.

CMD also examined the activities of the Aegis Strategic PAC. Aegis Strategic is a Koch-funded political consulting firm that seeks to "help electable advocates of the freedom and opportunity agenda who will be forceful at both the policy and political levels." The company is owned and run by Jeff Crank, a Koch operative who previously served as state director for the Colorado arm of David Koch's "Americans for Prosperity" operation.

Additionally, CMD reviewed news reports and press releases on the activities of a variety of Koch electioneering vehicles, including Americans for Prosperity, Freedom Partners Action Fund, Concerned Women for America, and the Concerned Veterans for America. Notably, much of this research is focused on disclosed spending through Political Action Committee reports, but the bulk of the Koch network spending is through dark money vehicles that don't disclose the donors or the recipients.

Contents

U.S. House of Representatives

Alabama

  • Rep. Bradley Byrne (AL-01) has received $1,500 from KochPAC to his Byrne for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Robert Aderholt (AL-04) has received a total of $5,500 from KochPAC to his Robert Aderholt for Congress. [2][3][4][5][1]
  • Arizona State Senator Andy Biggs received $5,000 in support for his campaign for the open District 5 seat from KochPAC to Biggs for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Gary Palmer (Al-06) received $1,000 from KochPAC to Gary Palmer for Congress . [6]

Arizona

  • Martha McSally (AZ-02) appears to be backed by Aegis Strategic and its PAC. Although she is not listed on its PAC site, AegisPAC contributed $13,200 to her campaign.[7]
  • Rep. David Schweikert (AZ-06) received a $10,000 contribution from KochPAC to his Defending America's Values Everywhere (TEAM DAVE).[4][1] KochPAC also contributed $6,500 to Friends of David Schweikert.[8][1]

Arkansas

  • Rep. Bruce Westerman (AR-04) received $4,000 in contributions from Koch PAC to Westerman for Congress.[4][3][5][9]

California

  • Rep. Doug LaMalfa (CA-01) received $2,500 from KochPAC to Doug LaMalfa Committee.[1]
  • Rep. Tom McClintock (CA-04) received $11,500 from KochPAC to McClintock for Congress.[3][4][5][1]
  • Rep. Jeff Denham (CA-10) received $1,500 from KochPAC to Denham for Congress.[6][8]
  • Rep. Jim Costa (CA-16) received $2,500 from KochPAC to Jim Costa for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. David Valadao (CA-21) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Valadao for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Devin Nunes (CA-22) received a $4,500 contribution from KochPAC to Devin Nunes Campaign Committee.[3] He also received a $10,000 contribution to his New PAC from KochPAC.[4][1]
  • US House Majority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (CA-23) received a $5,000 contribution from KochPAC to his Majority Committee PAC (MC PAC) and another $10,000 from KochPAC to Kevin McCarthy for Congress.[5]
  • Rep. Stephen Knight (CA-25) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Steve Knight for Congress.[9][1]
  • Rep. Ed Royce (CA-38) received $1,000 from KochPAC to Royce Campaign Committee.[6]
  • Rep. Mimi Walters (CA-45) received $2,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Walters for Congress.[5][1]
  • Rep. Darrell Issa (CA-49) received a $6,500 contribution from KochPAC to Issa for Congress.[5][1]
  • Rep. Duncan D. Hunter (CA-50) received a $2,500 contribution from KochPAC to Duncan D. Hunter for Congress.[1]

Colorado

  • Rep. Scott Tipton (CO-03) received $5,500 in contributions from KochPAC to VoteTipton.com.[2][8]
  • Rep. Ken Buck (CO-04) has received $7,000 in contribution from KochPAC to Buck for Colorado 2016.[3][9]
  • Rep. Doug Lamborn (CO-05) received $10,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Lamborn for Congress.[4][5][1] The Koch-funded Concerned Women for America has also endorsed Lamborn.[10]
  • Rep Mike Coffman (CO-06) is receiving support from Americans for Prosperity through a door knocking campaign in his district. According to a report in the Washington Post, "AFP estimates it will devote six figures to the campaign in Colorado, including phone and digital outreach, temporarily relocating field staff from other Western states to the Denver area and recruiting volunteers."[11] AFP has disclosed $76,396 spent on staff, canvassing and door hangers opposing Coffman's challenger, Morgan Carroll.[12][13][14][15][16][17][18] The Kochs' Libre Initiative has spent $20,295 on staff working to oppose Carroll.[19][20][21][22][23][24][25]

Florida

  • Rep. Ted Yoho (FL-03) received a $5,000 contribution from KochPAC to Ted Yoho for Congress.[3][1]
  • Rep. Ron DeSantis (FL-06) received a $5,000 contribution from KochPAC to Ron DeSantis for Florida.[26] Rep. DeSantis also received a $5,000 contribution to his First Principles Fund from KochPAC.[1]
  • Rep. John Mica (FL-07) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Mica for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Bill Posey (FL-08) received a $2,500 contribution from KochPAC to Friends of Bill Posey.[5]
  • Rep. Dennis Ross (FL-15) received a $5,000 contribution from KochPAC to Friends of Dennis Ross.[9][1]
  • Rep. Carlos Curbelo (FL-26) received $2,500 from KochPAC to Carlos Curbelo for Congress.[1]

Georgia

  • Rep. Earl "Buddy" Carter (GA-01) received $2,000 from KochPAC to Buddy Carter for Congress.[9][1]
  • Rep. Tom Price (GA-06) received $6,500 from KochPAC to Price for Congress.[3][9][26][1] He also received a $10,000 contribution from KochPAC to his Voice for Freedom PAC.[4][1]
  • Rep. Rob Woodall (GA-07) received $9,000 from KochPAC to Woodall for Congress.[6][1]
  • Rep. Austin Scott (GA-08) received $3,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Austin Scott for Congress Inc.[27][6] Rep. Scott also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Wells PAC.[1]
  • Rep. Doug Collins (GA-09) received $4,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Collins for Congress.[2][6][1]
  • Rep. Jody Hice (GA-10) received a $1,000 contribution from KochPAC to Jody Hice for Congress.[3]
  • Rep. Barry Loudermilk (GA-11) received $3,500 from KochPAC to Loudermilk for Congress.[2][1] The Koch-funded Concerned Women for America has also endorsed Loudermilk.[10]
  • Rep. Tom Graves (GA-14) received a $2,000 contribution from KochPAC to Graves for Congress.[1]

Idaho

  • Rep. Raul Labrador (ID-01) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Raul Labrador for Idaho.[6][8]
  • Rep. Michael Simpson (ID-02) received $2,500 from KochPAC to Simpson for Congress.[1]

Illinois

  • Rep. Peter Roskam (IL-06) received $2,500 from KochPAC to his Roskam for Congress Committee.[9]
  • Rep. Adam Kinzinger (IL-11) received $4,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Kinzinger for Congress.[6][9][1]
  • Rep. Mike Bost (IL-12) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Mike Bost for Congress Committee.[9][1]
  • Rep. Randy Hultgren (IL-14) received $4,000 from KochPAC to Randy Hultgren for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. John Shimkus (IL-15) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his John S Fund.[1] Rep. Shimkus also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Volunteers for Shimkus.[1]
  • Rep. Darin LaHood (IL-18) received $2,500 from KochPAC to LaHood for Congress.[9][1]

Indiana

  • Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) received $2,500 from KochPAC to Walorski for Congress.[1]
  • Jim Banks (IN-03) is backed by Aegis Strategic and its PAC. He received $39,200 in contributions from Aegis PAC.[7][28][29] Banks has received $5,000 from KochPAC to Jim Banks for Congress.[1] The Koch-funded Concerned Women for America has also endorsed Banks.[10]
  • Rep. Todd Rokita (IN-04) received contributions of $7,500 to Hoosiers for Rokita, Inc. from KochPAC.[2][4][9] KochPAC also donated another $2,500 to his The Fund for American Exceptionalism.[9]
  • Rep. Susan Brooks (IN-05) received contributions of $4,500 to Friends of Susan Brooks from KochPAC.[2][4]
  • Rep. Luke Messer (IN-06) received contributions of $5,000 to Luke Messer for Congress from KochPAC.[2][1]
  • Rep. Larry Bucshon (IN-08) received a contribution of $5,000 to Bucshon for Congress from KochPAC.[9][1]

Iowa

Kansas

  • Rep. Tim Huelskamp (KS-01) received a contribution of $2,500 from KochPAC to Kansans for Huelskamp.[4] Huelskamp was defeated by Roger Marshall in the primary on August 2, 2016.[30]
  • Rep. Kevin Yoder (KS-03) received a contribution of $1,000 from KochPAC to Yoder for Congress, Inc.[5] KochPAC also contributed $5,000 to his YOPAC.[9]
  • Rep. Mike Pompeo (KS-04) received contributions of $10,000 to his CAVPAC from KochPAC.[4][8] KochPAC also contributed $4,000 to Pompeo for Kansas, Inc.[8]

Kentucky

  • Rep. Brett Guthrie (KY-02) received $6,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Guthrie for Congress.[6][2][5][1] Rep. Guthrie also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his BRETTPAC.[1]
  • Rep. Thomas Massie (KY-04) received $5,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Thomas Massie for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Andy Barr (KY-06) received $5,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Andy Barr for Congress, Inc.[6][2]

Louisiana

  • Rep. Steve Scalise (LA-01) received $5,000 in contributions from KochPAC to his Eye of Tiger PAC.[2][6]
  • Rep. Garret Graves (LA-06) received $7,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Garret Graves for Congress.[6][1]

Maine

  • Rep. Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) received $2,000 from KochPAC to Poliquin for Congress.[9][1]

Maryland

  • Rep. Andy Harris (MD-01) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Andy Harris for Congress.[6][8] He received an additional $5,000 to his Chesapeake PAC from KochPAC.[9][1]

Michigan

  • Jack Bergman received $5,000 to support his campaign for the open 1st District seat from KochPac to Bergman for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Bill Huizenga (MI-02) received $10,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Huizenga for Congress.[2][4][5][9][1]
  • Rep. Justin Amash (MI-03) received $5,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Justin Amash for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. John Moolenaar (MI-04) received $500 from KochPAC to Moolenaar for Congress.[9]
  • Rep. Fred Upton (MI-06) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his TRUST PAC.[1]
  • Rep. Mike Bishop (MI-08) received $1,000 from KochPAC to Mike Bishop for Congress.[9]
  • Paul Mitchell received $2,500 for his campaign for the District 10 seat from KochPAC to his Friends of Paul Mitchell.[1]
  • Rep. Dave Trott (MI-11) received a $1,500 contribution from KochPAC in late March to Trott for Congress, Inc.[2]

Minnesota

  • Rep. Erik Paulsen (MN-03) received $5,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Friends of Erik Paulsen.[3][27][5] He also received $9,000 from KochPAC to his ICE PAC.[4][9]
  • Rep. Tom Emmer (MN-06) received $5,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Emmer for Congress.[4][3][5][1]
  • Rep. Collin Peterson (MN-07) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Valley Political Action Committee.[1] He also received $2,500 from KochPAC to Peterson for Congress.[3][8]
  • Stewart Mills is running to unseat incumbent Rep. Rick Nolan (MN-08). KochPAC gave Friends of Stewart Mills $10,000.[2][8]

Mississippi

  • Rep. Steven Palazzo (MS-04) received a $5,000 contribution from KochPAC to Palazzo for Congress.[9][1]

Missouri

  • Rep. Billy Long (MO-07) received a $5,000 contribution from KochPAC to his Believe in Life Liberty Yourself AKA Billy PAC.[1] Long also received $4,500 from KochPAC to his Billy Long for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Jason Smith (MO-08) received $3,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Jason Smith for Congress.[3][9]

Montana

  • Rep. Ryan Zinke (MT-AL) received $2,500 from KochPAC to Zinke for Congress.[9]

Nebraska

Nevada

  • Rep. Mark Amodei (NV-02) received a $2,500 contribution from KochPAC to Amodei for Nevada.[8]
  • Rep. Cresent Hardy (NV-04) received a $500 contribution from KochPAC to Cresent Hardy for Congress.[5]

New Hampshire

  • Pam Tucker (NH-01) is backed by Aegis Strategic and its PAC.[32] Jeff Crank, President of Aegis Strategic has contributed $300 to her campaign.[33] AegisPAC also contributed $15,900 to Friends of Pam Tucker.[7][28][29]

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

  • Rep. Lee Zeldin (NY-01) is backed by Aegis Strategic and its PAC.[34] Zeldin received $28,400 in contributions from Aegis PAC.[7][28][29]
  • John Faso (NY-19) is backed by Aegis Strategic and its PAC.[35] Faso received $26,400 in contributions from AegisPAC.[7][29] Faso also received $10,000 in contributions to Faso for Congress from KochPAC.[8]
  • Rep. John Katko (NY-24) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Katko for Congress.[1]

North Carolina

  • KochPAC contributed $5,000 to Taylor Griffin for Congress to support Griffin's bid to unseat incumbent Rep. Walter Jones (NC-03) in the GOP primary.[5] Rep. Jones defeated Griffin in the primary held on June 7, 2016.
  • Rep. Virginia Foxx (NC-05) received $2,500 from KochPAC to Virginia Foxx for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Mark Walker (NC-06) received $2,500 from KochPAC to Walker 4 NC.[6]
  • Rep. David Rouzer (NC-07) received $2,000 from KochPAC to David Rouzer for Congress.[3][5]
  • Rep. Richard Hudson (NC-08) received $8,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Hudson for Congress.[2][6][5] Rep. Hudson also received a $3,000 contribution from KochPAC to his First in Freedom PAC.[1]
  • Rep. Patrick McHenry (NC-10) received $8,000 from KochPAC to McHenry for Congress.[2][5] He also received an additional $5,000 to his More Conservatives PAC from KochPAC.[9]
  • Rep Mark Meadows (NC-11) received $6,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Meadows for Congress.[5][8][1] Rep. Meadows also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his House Freedom fund.[1] The Koch-funded Concerned Women for America has also endorsed Meadows.[10]
  • Rep. George Holding (NC-13) is retiring from his current seat to run in the 2nd District. KochPAC has contributed $5,000 to George Holding for Congress, Inc. in support of his bid.[2][5] The Kochs' Americans for Prosperity (AFP) also recently took out a six figure ad campaign to attack incumbent Rep. Renee Elmers (NC-02), his opponent in the Republican primary.[36] Rep. Elmers (NC-02) lost in the North Carolina GOP primary on June 7, 2016.[37] The Koch-funded Concerned Women for America has also endorsed Holding.[10]

North Dakota

  • Rep. Kevin Cramer (ND-AL) received $5,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Cramer for Congress.[2][5][1] KochPAC also contributed $5,000 to Cramer's Badlands PAC.[1]

Ohio

  • Rep. Jim Jordan (OH-04) received $7,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Jim Jordan for Congress.[27][4][5][1]
  • Rep. Bob Latta (OH-05) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Latta for Congress.[9][1]
  • Rep. Bill Johnson (OH-06) received $6,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Johnson for Congress.[4][9]
  • Rep. Pat Tiberi (OH-12) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Tiberi for Congress.[9] Rep. Tiberi also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Pioneer PAC.[1]
  • Rep. David Joyce (OH-14) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Friends of Dave Joyce.[1]
  • Rep. Steve Stivers (OH-15) received $3,500 from KochPAC to his Stivers for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Jim Renacci (OH-16) received $5,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Jim Renacci for Congress.[4][2]

Oklahoma

  • Rep. Jim Bridenstine (OK-01) received $6,000 in a contribution from KochPAC to Friends of Jim Bridenstine Inc.[4][1]
  • Rep. Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) received $5,000 in contributions from KochPAC to his Mullin for Congress.[27][2][5]
  • Rep. Steve Russell (OK-05) received $5,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Steve Russell for Congress.[4][5][1]

Oregon

  • Rep. Greg Walden (OR-02) received $5,000 in contributions from KochPAC to his New Pioneers PAC.[3][9][1]
  • Rep. Kurt Schrader (OR-05) received $2,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Kurt Schrader for Congress.[8]

Pennsylvania

  • Rep. Mike Kelly (PA-03) received $6,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Mike Kelly for Congress.[2][6][26]
  • Rep. Scott Perry (PA-04) received a $9,000 contribution from KochPAC to Patriots for Perry in late March.[2][1]
  • Rep. Glenn Thompson (PA-05) has received $4,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Friends of Glenn Thompson.[6][9][1]
  • Brian Fitzpatrick received $5,000 in support for his campaign for the open District 8 seat from KochPAC to his Brian Fitzpatrick for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Bill Shuster (PA-09) received a $2,500 contribution from KochPAC to Bill Shuster for Congress.[2] Shuster also received $2,500 from KochPAC to his Bill PAC.[1]
  • Rep. Keith Rothfus (PA-12) received $9,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Rothfus for Congress.[2][9]
  • Rep. Charlie Dent (PA-15) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Charlie Dent for Congress.[4][5]
  • Lloyd Smucker is running for the District 16 seat. KochPAC gave $5,000 to Smucker for Congress.[9][1]

South Carolina

  • Rep. Mark Sanford (SC-01) received $4,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Sanford for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Joe Wilson (SC-02) received $3,500 from KochPAC to the Joe Wilson for Congress Committee.[4][5]
  • Rep. Jeff Duncan (SC-03) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Jeff Duncan for Congress.[5][1] Duncan also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Jobs, Energy & Our Founding Fathers PAC.[1]
  • Rep. Trey Gowdy (SC-04) received $8,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Trey Gowdy for Congress.[5][9]
  • Rep. Mick Mulvaney (SC-05) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Marketplace Ideas and Conservative Knowledge PAC-Mick PAC.[4][1] KochPAC also contributed an additional $6,000 to Mulvaney for Congress.[5][9][1]

South Dakota

  • Rep. Kristi Noem (SD-AL) received $3,500 from KochPAC to Kristi for Congress.[5][1]

Tennessee

  • Rep. Diane Black (TN-06) received $10,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Defending and Investing in America's New Endeavors PAC (DIANE PAC).[3][4][1] Rep. Black received an additional $9,000 in contributions to Diane Black for Congress.[5][9] The Koch-funded Concerned Women for America has also endorsed Black.[10]
  • Rep. Marsha Blackburn (TN-07) received $5,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Marsha Blackburn for Congress.[9][26][1] Rep. Blackburn also received $5,000 from KochPAC to her MARSHA PAC.[1]

Texas

  • Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) received a $5,000 contribution from KochPAC to his Grow Our House PAC.[1] Rep. Gohmert also received $2,500 from KochPAC to his Louie Gohmert for Congress Committee.[1]
  • Rep. Jeb Hensarling (TX-05) received a $5,000 contribution from KochPAC to Jobs, Economy and Budget Fund (JEB FUND).[3] He also received an additional $10,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Friends of Jeb Hensarling.[4][9]
  • Rep. Joe Barton (TX-06) received $4,000 from KochPAC to The Congressman Joe Barton Committee.[9]
  • Rep. John Culberson (TX-07) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Culberson for Congress.[9]
  • Rep. Kevin Brady (TX-08) received $10,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Brady for Congress.[4][6][1] Rep. Brady also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Making America Prosperous PAC.[1]
  • Rep. Michael McCaul (TX-10) received $4,000 from KochPAC to McCaul for Congress.[3][5][1] Rep. McCaul also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Texas Republicans United PAC.[1]
  • Rep. Mike Conaway (TX-11) received $1,500 from KochPAC to Conaway for Congress. He also received an additional $4,000 to his Conservative Opportunities for a New America PAC from KochPAC.[9]
  • Rep. Randy Weber (TX-14) received a $1,000 contribution from KochPAC to Weber for Congress.[4]
  • Rep. Bill Flores (TX-17) received a $2,000 contribution from KochPAC to Bill Flores for Congress.[2]
  • Rep. Lamar Smith (TX-21) received $9,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Texans for Lamar Smith.[4][3][1]
  • Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) received $5,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Olson for Congress Committee.[6][9] He received an additional $5,000 to his Freedom Matters PAC from KochPAC.[9]
  • Rep. Kenny Marchant (TX-24) received $6,500 in contributions from KochPAC to his Kenny Marchant for Congress.[4][3][1]
  • Rep. Roger Williams (TX-25) received $5,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Roger Williams for U S Congress Committee.[4][9]
  • Rep. Michael C. Burgess (TX-26) received a $5,000 contribution from KochPAC to Michael Burgess for Congress.[3]
  • Rep. Blake Farenthold (TX-27) received $10,000 in contributions from KochPAC to the Elect Blake Farenthold Committee.[4][5]
  • Rep. Henry Cuellar (TX-28) received $2,500 from KochPAC to Texans for Henry Cuellar Congressional Campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Pete Sessions (TX-32) received a $7,500 contribution from KochPAC to Pete Sessions for Congress.[3][1] His PAC, People for Enterprise Trade and Economic Growth (PETE PAC), received an additional $5,000 contribution from KochPAC.[5]
  • Rep. Brian Babin (TX-36) received $1,500 from KochPAC to Dr. Brian Babin for Congress.[1]

Utah

Virginia

  • Thomas Garret is running for the open 5th District seat. KochPAC contributed $3,500 to Tom Garrett for Congress.[9][1]
  • Rep David Brat (VA-07) received $5,000 in contribution from KochPAC to Friends of Dave Brat Inc.[4][5]
  • Rep. Morgan Griffith (VA-09) received a $5,000 contribution from KochPAC to Morgan Griffith for Congress in late March.[2]

Washington

  • Rep. Dan Newhouse (WA-04) received a $1,000 contribution from KochPAC to Dan Newhouse for Congress.[5]
  • Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-05) received $4,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Cathy McMorris Rodgers for Congress.[3][5][9]

West Virginia

  • Rep. David McKinley (WV-01) received $5,000 from KochPAC to McKinley for Congress.[1]
  • Rep. Evan Jenkins (WV-03) received $9,000 from KochPAC to Jenkins for Congress.[4][9][1]

Wisconsin

  • Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (WI-01) received $71,000 from KochPAC to Team Ryan, $6,000 to Ryan for Congress and $5,000 to Prosperity Action, Inc.[3]
  • Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (WI-05) received $2,500 from KochPAC to Sensenbrenner Committee.[4][1]
  • Rep. Glenn Grothman (WI-06) received $10,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Glenn Grothman for Congress.[4][2]
  • Rep. Sean Duffy (WI-07) received $6,500 in contributions from KochPAC to his AX PAC.[4][8] He also received an additional $5,000 to Duffy for Congress from KochPAC.[9][26][1]
  • Rep. Reid Ribble (WI-08) received a $5,000 contribution from KochPAC to his Titletown PAC.[4] After Ribble's decision to retire, KochPAC contributed $10,000 to Michael Gallagher for Wisconsin.[26] Gallagher is the Republican candidate for the open seat.

U.S. Senate

Alabama

  • Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL) received $7,500 in contributions from KochPAC.[3][6] Sen. Shelby also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Defend America PAC.[1]

Arkansas

  • Sen John Boozman (R-AR) received $5,000 in support from KochPAC to his Arkansas for Leadership Political Action Committee.[1]

Connecticut

  • August Wolf (R) received a $1,000 contribution from KochPAC to August Wolf for Senate.[4]

Florida

Georgia

  • Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-GA) received $3,000 from KochPAC to Georgians for Isakson.[6] Also, KochPAC gave $5,000 to Isakson's 21st Century Majority Fund.[1]

Idaho

  • Sen. Mike Crapo (R-ID) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Freedom Fund.[26]

Indiana

Kansas

Kentucky

  • Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) received $5,000 in support from KochPAC to his Reinventing a New Direction PAC.[1]

Missouri

Nevada

North Carolina

North Dakota

  • Sen. John Hoeven (R-ND) received $5,000 in contributions from the KochPAC to Hoeven for Senate.[2][1]

Ohio

  • The Kochs support incumbent Sen. Rob Portman in his reelection bid. Charles Koch has donated $2,900 to his campaign.[211] The Koch Industries PAC has donated $2,000 to his campaign.[212] KochPAC also contributed $5,000 to his Promoting Our Republican Team PAC.[5] AegisPAC backs him as well.[213] The Portman for Senate Committee has received $5,400 from AegisPAC.[29] Former Gov. Ted Strickland (D-OH) has been attacked by Freedom Partners Action Fund in his bid for a U.S. Senate seat. A $2 million TV and digital ad buy has been taken out by the group criticizing his tax and spending policies as governor.[214] Freedom Partners Action Fund launched a web ad that also takes aim at his time as Governor.[215] In addition, Freedom Partners Action Fund has placed over $6.74 million in ads opposing Gov. Strickland.[216][217][218][219][220][221][222][223][149] Americans for Prosperity is also spending big to oppose Strickland. Through November 1, 2016, AFP has spent $810,441 on staff, door hangers, and canvassing.[224][225][226][227][228][229][230][231][232][233][234][235][236][237][238][239][240][241][242][243][244][245][246][247][248]

Oklahoma

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

  • Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) received $2,500 from KochPAC to Tim Scott for Senate.[6]He also received a $10,000 contribution from KochPAC to Tomorrow Is Meaningful PAC-Tim PAC.[4][1]

Utah

  • Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Lead Encourage Elect PAC.[8]

Wisconsin

State Governor Races

Indiana

  • The Kochs were backing Gov. Mike Pence in his battle for reelection, until he was picked by Donald Trump to run as his Vice President in the 2016 US Presidential election. Americans for Prosperity was running ads in the state supporting him.[319] Marc Short, longtime Koch operative, is reported to be advising Pence since Sen. Marco Rubio's (R-FL) presidential campaign imploded.[320]

Montana

  • Aegis Strategic and its PAC were backing Greg Gianforte for Governor. He is no longer listed as a candidate it supports on its website. AegisPAC contributed $2,600 to Greg for Montana but then was refunded the same amount on June 6, 2016.[29] The Kochs' Americans for Prosperity sponsored a public talk by Gianforte on September 17, 2015 at Montana State University.[321]

North Carolina

  • Gov. Pat McCrory (R) received $5,100 from KochPAC to his Pat McCrory Committee.[8] In the fall of 2015, the Kochs' Americans for Prosperity took out a six-digit ad buy praising the Governor for cutting personal income and corporate tax rates.[322] Koch operative Art Pope, who has served on the board of the Kochs' Americans for Prosperity and is an alum of the American Legislative Exchange Council, was his budget director in his first years in the governorship.[323]

West Virginia

State Attorney General Races

Missouri

  • Aegis Strategic and its PAC are backing Josh Hawley for Attorney General.[326] AegisPAC contributed $13,400 to Hawley for Missouri Election Committee.[7][28] The April Quarterly filing shows he has some Koch network backing. Randy Kendrick donated $10,000 ($20,000 to date) and Darwin Deason donated $10,000.[327] Both have been linked to the Koch political network. Koch Industries contributed $20,000 to his campaign in May.[328]

Pennsylvania

  • John Rafferty received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Friends of John Rafferty.[9]

West Virginia

  • Koch PAC contributed $2,000 to incumbent AG Patrick Morrisey’s campaign.[329][8]

State Supreme Court Races

Arkansas

  • Shawn A. Womack received $2,500 from KochPAC in his run for a State Supreme Court seat.[3] Womack won the seat in the March 1, 2016 election.

Texas

  • Eva M. Guzman received $3,000 from KochPAC to Guzman for Texas Supreme Court.[27]
  • Paul Green received $3,000 from KochPAC to Judge Paul Green for Texas Supreme Court.[27]
  • Debra Lehrmann received $3,000 from KochPAC to Judge Debra Lehrmann for Texas Supreme Court.[8]

State House of Representative Races

Arkansas

  • LeAnne Burch received $1,000 from KochPAC for her campaign for the open District 9 seat.[1]
  • Rep. Richard Womack (AR-18) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Mark Lowery (AR-39) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Brandt Smith (AR-58) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Mary Bentley (AR-73) received $1,000 from KochPAC to her campaign.[1]
  • Incumbent Rep. Rebecca Petty (AR-94) received $1,000 in contributions from KochPAC in her bid for reelection.[3][1]
  • Incumbent Rep. Ron McNair (AR-98) received $500 from KochPAC in his bid for reelection.[3]

Illinois

  • The Koch's Americans for Prosperity is attacking incumbent Rep. Deb Conroy (IL-46) for raising taxes and "passing unbalanced budgets" in a digital ad campaign.[330]
  • The Koch's Americans for Prosperity is attacking incumbent Rep. Sam Yingling (IL-62) for raising taxes and "passing unbalanced budgets" in a digital ad campaign.[330]
  • The Koch's Americans for Prosperity is attacking incumbent Rep. Dan Beiser (IL-111) for raising taxes and "passing unbalanced budgets" in a digital ad campaign.[330]
  • The Koch's Americans for Prosperity is attacking incumbent Rep. John Bradley (IL-117) for raising taxes and "passing unbalanced budgets" in a digital ad campaign.[330]

Iowa

  • Rep. Megan Jones (IA-02) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Daniel Huseman (IA-03) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Mike Sexton (IA-10) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Brian Best (IA-12) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Chris Hall (IA-13) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Matt Windschitl (IA-17) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Steven Holt (IA-18) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Ralph Watts (IA-19) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Greg Heartsill (IA-28) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Zach Nunn (IA-30) received $1,500 from KochPAC to his campaign. [1]
  • Rep. John Landon (IA-37) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Chris Hagenow (IA-43) received $1,500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Rob Taylor (IA-44) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Pat Grassley (IA-50) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Walt Rogers (IA-60) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Bruce Bearinger (IA-64) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Ken Rizer (IA-68) received $1,500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Jarad Klein (IA-78) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Guy Vander Linden (IA-79) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Gary Carlson (IA-91) received $1,500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]
  • Rep. Ross Paustian (IA-92) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]

Oklahoma

  • Rep. Travis Dunlap (OK-10) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Rep. Earl Sears (OK-11) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Rep. Bobby Cleveland (OK-20) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Rep. Charles McCall (OK-22) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Rep. Josh Cockroft (OK-27) received $2,500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4][26]
  • Rep. Tom Newell (OK-28) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Rep. James Leewright (OK-29) received $2,500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4][26]
  • Mark Lawson received $1,500 from KochPAC for his campaign for the District 30 seat.[26]
  • Rep. Nathan Dahm (OK-33) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[26]
  • Ryan Martinez received $1,000 from KochPAC for his campaign for the District 39 seat.[26]
  • Rep. Chad Caldwell (OK-40) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4][26]
  • Greg Babinec received $1,000 from KochPAC for his campaign for the District 33 seat.[26]
  • Rep. John Enns (OK-41) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Tim Downing received $1,000 from KochPAC for his campaign for the District 42 seat.[26]
  • Rep. John Paul Jordan (OK-43) received $2,500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4][26]
  • Rep. Scott Martin (OK-46) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Rep. Charles Ortega (OK-52) received $2,500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4][26]
  • Rep. Mark McBride (OK-53) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Rep. Carl Newton (OK-58) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[26]
  • Rep. Casey Murdock (OK-61) received $2,500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4][26]
  • Rep. John Michael Montgomery (OK-62) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Scott McEachin received $1,000 from KochPAC for his campaign for the District 67 seat.[26]
  • Rep. Weldon Watson (OK-79) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Rep. Randy Grau (OK-81) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Rep. Kevin Calvey (OK-82) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[26]
  • Rep. Jason Nelson (OK-87) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Rep. Jon Echols (OK-90) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Rep. Lewis Moore (OK-96) received $1,500 from KochPAC to his campaign.[26]
  • Rep. Elise Hall (OK-100) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]

Pennsylvania

  • Rep. Mike Turzai (PA-28) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[1]

Texas

  • Rep. Dan Flynn (TX-02) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[27]
  • Rep. Stuart K. Spitzer (TX-04) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[27] After losing the primary to Lance Gooden, KochPAC contributed $1,000 to the Committee to Elect Lance Gooden.[8]
  • Rep. Byron Cook (TX-08) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his Byron Cook for Texas House Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Chris Paddie (TX-09) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his Chris Paddie Campaign Committee.[8]
  • Rep. Dade Phelan (TX-21) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his Dade Phelan Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Dennis Bonnen (TX-25) received $3,000 from KochPAC to his Dennis Bonnen Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Geanie Morrison (TX-30) received $3,000 from KochPAC to her campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Todd Hunter (TX-32) received $4,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Abel Herrero (TX-34) received $2,000 from KochPAC to Abel Herrero Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Jose M. Lozano (TX-35) received $2,000 from KochPAC to Jose M. Lozano Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Jason Isaac (TX-45) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his Jason Isaac Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Paul Workman (TX-47) received $2,000 from KochPAC to Workman for Texas.[27]
  • Rep. Doc Anderson (TX-56) received $2,000 from KochPAC to Committee for Doc Anderson.[8]
  • Rep. Trent Ashby (TX-57) received $2,000 from KochPAC to the Trent Ashby Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Phil King (TX-61) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his Phil King Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Ron Simmons (TX-65) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[27]
  • Rep. Drew Springer Jr. (TX-68) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his Drew Springer Jr. Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Drew Darby (TX-72) received $3,000 from KochPAC to his Drew Darby Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Doug Miller (TX-73) received $4,000 in contributions from KochPAC to his campaign.[27][6]
  • Rep. Jodie A. Laubenberg (TX-89) received $2,000 from KochPAC to her campaign.[27]
  • Rep. Charlie Geren (TX-99) received $3,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[27]
  • Rep. Rodney Anderson (TX-105) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Kenneth Sheets (TX-107) received $2,000 from KochPAC to Kenneth F. Sheets for State Representative.[8]
  • Rep. Angie Button (TX-112) received $2,000 from KochPAC to her campaign.[27]
  • Rep. Cindy Burkett (TX-113) received $2,000 from KochPAC to her campaign.[27]
  • Rep. Jason Villalba (TX-114) received $2,000 from KochPAC to Texans for Jason Villalba.[27]
  • Speaker of the House Rep. Joe Straus (TX-121) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Texans For Joe Straus.[5]
  • Rep. Wayne Smith (TX-128) received $4,000 in contributions from KochPAC to his campaign.[27][6]
  • Rep. Mike Schofield (TX-132) received $2,000 in contributions from KochPAC to his Mike Schofield Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Jim Murphy (TX-133) received $2,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Friends of Jim Murphy.[8]
  • Rep. Gary Elkins (TX-135) received $2,000 in contributions from KochPAC to his Gary Elkins Campaign.[8]
  • Rep. Tony Dale (TX-136) received $2,000 in contributions from KochPAC to his Texans for Tony Dale.[8]
  • Rep. Gilbert Pena (TX-144) received $2,000 in contributions from KochPAC to his Gilbert Pena Campaign Committee.[8]

Wisconsin

  • Rep. Joel Kitchens (WI-01) is receiving campaign help from Americans for Prosperity's door-to-door operation.[331] Kitchens also received $500 from KochPAC to Joel Kitchens for Assembly.[9]
  • Rep. André Jacque (WI-02) received $500 from KochPAC to his Jacque for Assembly.[9]
  • Majority Leader Rep. Jim Steineke (WI-05) received $500 from KochPAC to his Steineke for Assembly.[9]
  • Rep. Gary Tauchen (WI-06) received $500 from KochPAC to Tauchen for Assembly.[9]
  • Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Daniel Knodl (WI-24) received $500 from KochPAC to Knodl Assembly 24.[9]
  • Rep. Mark Born (WI-39) received $500 from KochPAC to Born For Assembly.[9]
  • Rep. Ed Brooks (WI-50) is receiving campaign support in the form of mailers from Americans for Prosperity.[332]
  • Rep. Michael Schraa (WI-53) received $500 from KochPAC to Michael Schraa for Assembly.[9]
  • Rep. Mike Rohrkaste (WI-55) received $500 from KochPAC to Rohrkaste for Assembly.[9]
  • Speaker of the House Rep. Robin Vos (WI-63) received $500 from KochPAC to his Friends & Neighbors of Robin Vos.[9]
  • Rep. John Spiros (WI-86) received $500 from KochPAC to Spiros for Assembly.[9]
  • Rep. John Macco (WI-88) received $500 from KochPAC to Friends of John Macco.[9]
  • Rep. John Nygren (WI-89) received $500 from KochPAC to Taxpayers for Nygren.[9]

State Senate Races

Arkansas

  • Incumbent Rep. Eddie Joe Williams (AR-29) received $2,000 from KochPAC in his bid for reelection.[3]
  • Incumbent Rep. Eddie Cheatham (AR-26) received $2,000 from KochPAC for his reelection in which he is running unopposed.[3]
  • Incumbent Rep. Jane English (AR-34) received $1,000 from KochPAC for her reelection campaign.[1]

Illinois

  • The Koch's Americans for Prosperity is attacking incumbent Sen. Tom Cullerton (IL-23) for raising taxes and "passing unbalanced budgets" in a digital ad campaign.[330]
  • The Koch's Americans for Prosperity is attacking incumbent Sen. Melinda Bush (IL-31) for raising taxes and "passing unbalanced budgets" in a digital ad campaign.[330]

Iowa

  • Sen. Randy Feenstra (IA-02) received $1,500 from KochPAC to his campaign for reelection.[1]
  • Sen. Jake Chapman (IA-10) received $1,500 from KochPAC to his campaign for reelection.[1]
  • Sen. Charles Schneider (IA-22) received $1,500 from KochPAC to his campaign for reelection.[1]
  • Waylon Brown received $2,500 from KochPAC to his campaign for the District 26 seat.[1]
  • Sen. Michael Breitbach (IA-28) received $1,500 from KochPAC to his campaign for reelection.[1]
  • Craig Johnson received $2,500 from KochPAC to support his campaign for the District 32 seat.[1]
  • Sen. Ken Rozenboom (IA-40) received $500 from KochPAC to his campaign for reelection.[1]
  • Mark Lofgren received $2,500 from KochPAC to his campaign for the District 46 seat.[1]
  • Sen. Dan Zumbach (IA-48) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign for reelection.[1]

Oklahoma

  • Ross Vanhooser received $1,500 from KochPAC for his campaign for the District 19 seat.[26] Vanhooser lost his bid in a runoff election with Roland Pederson.[333]
  • Sen. Bryce Marlatt (OK-27) received $3,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4][26]
  • Julie Daniels received $2,000 from KochPAC for her campaign for the District 29 seat.[26]
  • Sen. Nathan Dahm (OK-33) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]
  • Sen. Dan Newberry (OK-37) received $3,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4][26]
  • Dave Rader received $2,000 to Friends of Dave Radar 2016 in his Senate race for District 39 of the Oklahoma State Senate.[6] [26]
  • Adam Pugh received $1,000 to Adam Pugh for Senate 2016 from KochPAC in support of his bid for the District 41 seat.[26]
  • Sen. Kyle D. Loveless (OK-45) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[26]
  • Sen. Greg Treat (OK-47) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign.[4]

Tennessee

  • Scott Williams (R) is receiving support from Americans for Prosperity and its door-to-door campaign in his primary bid to unseat Sen. Doug Overbey (R-02).[334]

Texas

  • Sen. Brandon Creighton (TX-04) received $2,000 in support from KochPAC to Friends of Brandon Creighton.[8]
  • Rep. Bryan Hughes (TX-05) is not seeking reelection for his seat in the House, but is running for the Texas Senate Seat in District 1. KochPAC gave $2,000 to Bryan Hughes for Texas Senate.[8]
  • Sen. Larry Taylor (TX-11) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his Larry Taylor Campaign.[8]
  • Sen. Jane Nelson (TX-12) received $2,000 from KochPAC to her campaign.[8]
  • Sen. Lois Kolkhorst (TX-18) received $2,000 from KochPAC to her Lois Kolkhorst Campaign.[8]
  • Sen. Juan Hinojosa (TX-20) received $3,000 from KochPAC to Hinojosa for State Senate.[8]
  • Sen. Judy Zaffirini (TX-21) received $2,000 from KochPAC to Judy Zaffirini for Senate.[8]
  • Sen. Brian Birdwell (TX-22) received $2,000 in support from KochPAC to Brian Birdwell Campaign.[8]
  • Dawn Buckingham received $2,000 in support from KochPAC to Dawn Buckingham for Senate for her campaign to win the Texas Senate District 24 seat.[8]
  • Sen. Charles Perry (TX-28) received $2,000 in support from KochPAC to his Charles Perry Campaign.[8]

Wisconsin

  • Sen. Tom Tiffany (WI-12) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his Citizens for Tiffany.[9]
  • Sen. Luther Olson (WI-14) received $1,000 from KochPAC to Olsen for Senate.[9]
  • The Koch's Americans for Prosperity is offering door-to-door support of the GOP challenger to Winnebago County Executive Mark Harris who is running for the open 18th District.[331]
  • The Koch's Americans for Prosperity is offering door-to-door support of the GOP challenger to Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling (WI-32).[331]

State Railroad Commissioner

Texas

  • Wayne Christian received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Wayne Christian for Texas.[8]

State Corporation Commissioner

Oklahoma

  • Dana Murphy received $2,000 from KochPAC to her Friends of Dana Murphy 2016 reelection campaign.[26]

City Mayor

Texas

Corpus Christi

  • Mayor Nelda Martinez received $1,000 from KochPAC to her campaign for reelection.[1]

City Council

Texas

Corpus Christi

  • Incumbent Carolyn Vaughn (District 1) received $1,000 from KochPAC to Elect Carolyn Vaughn.[1]
  • Candidate for the District 4 seat, Greg Smith, received $1,000 from KochPAC to Elect Greg Smith.[1]
  • Incumbent Rudy Garza (District 5) received $1,000 from KochPAC to Elect Rudy Garza.[1]
  • Incumbent Chad Magill (At Large) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his Chad Magill for City Council.[1]
  • Incumbent Michael Hunter (At Large) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his Elect Michael Hunter.[1]

Commissioner Court

Texas

Nueces County

  • Mike Pusley (Precinct-1) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign for reelection.[1]

San Patricio County

  • Howard Gillespie received $1,000 to support his campaign for the District 4 seat from KochPAC to Elect Howard Gillespie.[1]

Travis County

  • Gerald Daugherty (Precinct-3) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his campaign for reelection.[1]

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