Koch candidates, 2018

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A close examination of campaign finance disclosures and other data reveals that Koch-tied entities are spending big on behalf of candidates in races for the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate, and other state races in 2018.

To compile this list, the Center for Media and Democracy(CMD) examined disclosed donations from a variety of sources including Koch Industries' KochPAC and state campaign finance databases. This is limited to the donations that are required to be disclosed under federal and state law.

Additionally, CMD reviewed news reports and press releases on the activities of a variety of Koch front groups, including Americans for Prosperity, Freedom Partners Action Fund, Generation Opportunity, Libre Initiative, 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.

Overall, the Kochs are committed to spending as much as $400 million in the 2018 election cycle, a 60% increase from what they allocated in 2016.[1]

Contents

U.S. House of Representatives

Alabama

  • Rep. Martha Roby (R-02): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Martha Roby for Congress.[2][3][4]
  • Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-04): $3,500 contributed by KochPAC to his Robert Aderholt for Congress.[5][6]
  • Rep. Gary Palmer (R-06): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Gary Palmer for Congress.[3][7]

Arizona

  • Lea Marquez Peterson (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Lea Marquez Peterson for Congress. Peterson is running for the District 2 seat.[8]
  • Rep. Paul Gosar (R-04): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Protecting America Under Law PAC.[7] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to Paul Gosar for Congress.[7]
  • Rep. Andy Biggs (R-05): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Biggs for Congress.[9][10][2][3][7] KochPAC contributed another $2,500 to his Building Innovative Good Government Solutions PAC.[7]
  • Rep. David Schweikert (R-06): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of David Schweikert.[5]
  • Former State Sen. Debbie Lesko (R): $30,000 contributed by KochPAC to Debbie Lesko for Congress. She ran for the 8th District seat and won the seat on April 24, 2018.[11][2][4][8][12][7]

Arkansas

  • Rep. Steve Womack (R-03): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Womack for Congress Committee.[2][7]
  • Rep. Bruce Westerman (R-04): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Westerman for Congress.[6][13][9][14][3][7] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to Westerman's Land of Opportunity PAC.[8][7]

California

  • Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-01): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to the Doug LaMalfa Committee.[15][2]
  • Rep. Tom McClintock (R-04): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to McClintock for Congress.[6][2][2]
  • Rep. Jeff Denham (R-10): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Denham for Congress.[5][6][10] He also received $15,000 from KochPAC for his Jeff PAC.[10][2][7]
  • Rep. Jim Costa (D-16): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Jim Costa for Congress.[13][7]
  • Rep. David Valadao (R-21): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Valadao for Congress.[6][2] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to his Vitoria PAC.[7]
  • Rep. Devin Nunes (R-22): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Devin Nunes Campaign Committee.[9][2][7] Nunes also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his New PAC.[3]
  • Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-23): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Kevin McCarthy for Congress.[3]
  • Rep. Steve Knight (R-25): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Steve Knight for Congress.[10][2]
  • Young Kim (R): $7,500 contributed by KochPAC to Young Kim for Congress. Kim is running for the District 39 seat.[3][7]
  • Rep. Mimi Walters (R-45): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Walters for Congress.[6][10][2]
  • Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-48): $7,500 contributed by KochPAC to Rohrabacher for Congress.[10][7]
  • Diane Harkey (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Diane Harkey for Congress.[4] Harkey is running for the District 49 seat.
  • Rep. Young Kim (R-65): $2,500 contributed KochPAC to Young Kim for Congress.[4]

Colorado

  • Rep. Scott Tipton (R-03): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to VoteTipton.com.[5][16][2] Tipton also received $10,000 from KochPAC to his Taking An Independent Perspective Together For Our Nation PAC.[10][7][10]
  • Rep. Ken Buck (R-04): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Buck for Colorado.[6][2][8]
  • Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-05): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Lamborn for Congress.[6][2][2]
  • Rep. Mike Coffman (R-06): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Coffman for Congress 2018.[5][2] KochPAC also contributed $5,000 to Coloradans for Family, Military, and Nation PAC.[8]

Florida

  • Rep. Neal Dunn (R-02): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Neal Dunn.[7]
  • Rep. Ted Yoho (R-03): $15,000 contributed by KochPAC to Ted Yoho for Congress.[6][17][18][3][7]
  • Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-06): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Ron DeSantis for Florida.[5][17] KochPAC also contributed $5,000 to DeSantis’s First Principles Fund.[13] DeSantis is running for Governor of Florida.
  • Michael Waltz (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Michael Waltz for Congress. Waltz is running for the open District 6 seat.
  • Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-16): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Vern Buchanan for Congress.[2][12][7] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to his Vote to Elect Republicans Now PAC.[7]
  • Greg Steube (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Greg Staube Congressional Committee. Staube is running for the District 17 seat.[3][7]
  • Rep. Ross Spano (R-59): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Ross Spano for Congress.[7]

Georgia

  • Rep. Earl “Buddy” Carter (R-01): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Buddy Carter for Congress.[19][10][3]
  • Rep. Drew Ferguson (R-03): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Drew Ferguson for Congress.[2]
  • Rep. Karen Handel (R-06): $15,000 contributed by KochPAC to Handel for Congress.[19][10][2][18][4]
  • Rep. Rob Woodall (R-07): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Rob Woodall for Congress.[6][14] He received another $5,000 from KochPAC to his Rebuilding Americas Trust PAC.[7]
  • Rep. Austin Scott (R-08): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Austin Scott for Congress.[19][2] He also received another $10,000 from KochPAC for his WellsPAC.[6][2][7]
  • Rep. Doug Collins (R-09): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Collins for Congress.[5][20][2][7] Collins also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Peach PAC.[3]
  • Rep. Jody Hice (R-10): $7,500 contributed by KochPAC to Jody Hice for Congress.[2][7]
  • Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-11): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Loudermilk for Congress.[2][7]
  • Rep. Rick Allen (R-12): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Rick W. Allen For Congress.[2]
  • Rep. Tom Graves (R-14): $9,500 contributed by KochPAC to Graves for Congress.[19][13][14][7] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his Georgia PAC.[10][4]

Idaho

  • Russ Fulcher (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Russ Fulcher for Congress. Fulcher is running for the District 1 seat.[3][4][7]

Illinois

  • Rep. Peter Roskam (R-06): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Republican Operation To Secure And Keep A Majority (ROSKAM PAC).[5] He also received another $10,000 from KochPAC to his Roskam For Congress Committee.[6][17][16][9][11][14][8]
  • Rep. Mike Bost (R-12): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Mike Bost for Congress Committee.[17][5][10][2]
  • Rep. Rodney Davis (R-13): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Rodney for Congress.[14][7]
  • Rep. Randy Hultgren (R-14): $12,500 contributed by KochPAC to Randy Hultgren for Congress.[5][14][8][7]
  • Rep. John Shimkus (R-15): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Volunteers for Shimkus.[5][20][4] He also received $10,000 for his John S Fund.[10][7]
  • Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-16): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Kinzinger for Congress.[9][7]
  • Rep. Darin LaHood (R-18): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to LaHood for Congress.[10][2][8][7] LaHood received another $5,000 from KochPAC to his Abraham Lincoln PAC.[7]

Indiana

  • Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-02): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Walorski for Congress.[14][2]
  • Rep. Jim Banks (R-03): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Jim Banks for Congress.[2]
  • Rep. Larry Bucshon (R-08): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Bucshon for Congress.[2][7]
  • Rep. Trey Hollingsworth (R-09): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Trey for Congress.[6][2]

Iowa

  • Rep. Rod Blum (R-01): $15,000 contributed by KochPAC to Blum for Congress.[6][2][4]
  • Rep. Steve King (R-04): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to King for Congress.[6][3]

Kansas

  • Rep. Roger Marshall (R-01): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Kansans for Marshall.[6][16][9][18][7] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to his Kansas Leadership PAC.[7]
  • Steve Watkins (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Committee to Elect Steve Watkins. Watkins is running for the 2nd District seat.[7]
  • Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-03): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Yoder for Congress.[5][19][6][10] Yoder also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his YOPAC.[12]
  • Rep. Ron Estes (R-4): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Team Estes directly, and another $5,000 to Team Estes through the Kansas Republican Party.[5] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for Ron Estes For Congress.[6][16][9][14][2] He received another $5,000 from KochPAC to his Restoring Our Nation PAC.[7]

Kentucky

  • Rep. Brett Guthrie (R-02): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Guthrie for Congress.[19][2][18][7] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to Guthrie's BRETT PAC.[7]
  • Rep. Thomas Massie (R-04): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Thomas Massie for Congress.[10]
  • Rep. Andy Barr (R-06): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Andy Barr for Congress, Inc.[17][2]

Louisiana

  • Rep. Steve Scalise (R-01): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Scalise for Congress.[5][19][13][10] He also received another $10,000 from KochPAC for his The Eye of the Tiger Political Action Committee.[16] Scalise also received $85,000 from KochPAC for his Scalise Leadership Fund.[14]
  • Rep. Clay Higgins (R-03): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Captain Higgins for Congress.[4][7]
  • Rep. Mike Johnson (R-04): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Mike Johnson for Louisiana.[9][2][8][7]
  • Rep. Garret Graves (R-06): $8,000 contributed by KochPAC to Garret Graves for Congress.[6][13][18][4]

Maine

  • Rep. Bruce Poliquin (R-02): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Poliquin for Congress.[20][19][2][7]

Maryland

  • Rep. Andy Harris (R-01): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Andy Harris for Congress.[19][10][2] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his Chesapeake PAC.[10][14][8]

Massachusetts

  • Rick Green (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Rick Green for Congress.[4][7] Green is running for the District 3 seat.

Michigan

  • Rep. Jack Bergman (R-01): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Bergmanforcongress.[5][2]
  • Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-02): $9,500 contributed by KochPAC to Huizenga for Congress.[6][2][7]
  • Rep. Justin Amash (R-03): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Justin Amash for Congress.[4]
  • Rep. Fred Upton (R-06): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Upton For All Of Us.[5][17][12] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to Upton's Team Republicans for Utilizing Sensible Tactics PAC.[7]
  • Rep. Tim Walberg (R-07): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Walberg for Congress.[5][16][2]
  • Rep. Mike Bishop (R-08): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Mike Bishop for Congress.[2]
  • Rep. Paul Mitchell (R-10): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Paul Mitchell.[5][16][7]
  • Lena Epstein (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Lena for Congress.[4][7] Epstein is running for the 11th District seat.

Minnesota

  • Jim Hagedorn (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Hagedorn. Hagedorn is running for the District 1 seat.[12][7]
  • Rep. Jason Lewis (R-02): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Jason Lewis for Congress.[5][6][17][2][2] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to his Just Lead PAC.
  • Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-03): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Erik Paulsen.[5][17][14][3] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his ICE PAC.[10][7]
  • Rep. Tom Emmer (R-06): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Emmer for Congress.[6][17][10][7] KochPAC also contributed $5,000 to Emmer's Electing Majority Making Effective Republicans PAC.[7]
  • Rep. Collin Peterson (D-07): $9,500 contributed by KochPAC to Peterson for Congress.[5][20][13][9][18] He also received $3,500 from KochPAC for his Valley Political Action Committee.[10]
  • Pete Stauber (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Pete Stauber for Congress Volunteer Committee. He is running for the 8th District seat.[14][8]

Mississippi

  • Michael Guest (R): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Michael Guest. Guest is running for the District 3 seat.[7]

Missouri

  • Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-03): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Blaine for Congress.[10][7]
  • Rep. Billy Long (R-07): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Billy Long for Congress.[5][13][18][7] Long also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his Believe in Life Liberty Yourself, AKA Billy PAC.[10][7]
  • Rep. Jason Smith (R-08): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Jason Smith for Congress.[6]

Montana

  • Rep. Greg Gianforte (R-AL): $7,500 contributed by KochPAC to Greg for Montana.[2][4] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to Gianforte's Gforce PAC.[7]

Nebraska

  • Rep. Don Bacon (R-02): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Don Bacon for Congress.[2][18]
  • Rep. Adrian Smith (R-03): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Adrian Smith for Congress.[10][2][4][7]

Nevada

  • Cresent Hardy (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Cresent Hardy for Congress. Hardy is running for the District 4 seat.[3][7]

New Jersey

  • Rep. Tom MacArthur (R-03): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Tom MacArthur for Congress.[20][9][14]
  • Rep. Leonard Lance (R-07): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Lance for Congress.[2][4]

New York

  • Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-01): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Zeldin for Congress.[5][16][10][2] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his Lee PAC.[10][7]
  • Rep. Dan Donovan (R-11): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Donovan for Congress.[10][7]
  • Rep. John Faso (R-19): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Faso for Congress.[6][10][2]
  • Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-21): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Elise for Congress.[10]
  • Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-22): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Claudia Tenney for Congress.[5][6][10][2] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to Tenney's Tenacious PAC.[7]
  • Rep. John Katko (R-24): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Katko for Congress.[7]

North Carolina

  • Rep. George Holding (R-02): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to George Holding for Congress.[5][2]
  • Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-05): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Virginia Foxx for Congress.[7]
  • Rep. Mark Walker (R-06): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Walker's Battleground PAC.[7] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to his Walker 4 NC PAC.[7]
  • Rep. David Rouzer (R-07): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to David Rouzer for Congress.[2]
  • Rep. Richard Hudson (R-08): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Hudson for Congress.[5][19][13][16][2][3] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his First in Freedom PAC.[10][7]
  • Rep. Pittenger for Congress (R-09): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Pittenger for Congress.[10][2]
  • Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-10): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to McHenry for Congress.[3][7] McHenry received another $5,000 from KochPAC to his More Conservatives PAC.[4][7]
  • Rep. Mark Meadows (R-11): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Meadows for Congress.[6][17][2] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his House Freedom Fund.[10][7]
  • Rep. Ted Budd (R-13): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Ted Budd for Congress.[16][2][8][7]

North Dakota

  • Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-AL): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Cramer for Congress.[13]KochPAC also contributed $5,000 to Cramer’s Badlands PAC.[17] Cramer will not be seeking reelection as he is running for U.S. Senate instead.
  • Kelly Armstrong (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Armstrong for Congress.[4][8][7] Armstrong is running for the at-large seat.

Ohio

  • Rep. Steve Chabot (R-01): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Steve Chabot for Congress.[2][7] Chabot also received $1,000 from KochPAC to his WINNOVEMBER PAC.[3]
  • Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-02): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Wenstrup for Congress.[4]
  • Rep. Jim Jordan (R-04): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Jim Jordan for Congress.[5][19][17][9][14][2]
  • Rep. Bob Latta (R-05): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Latta for Congress.[2][4][7]
  • Rep. Bill Johnson (R-06): $7,500 contributed by KochPAC to Johnson for Congress.[13][17][2][7]
  • Rep. Warren Davidson (R-08): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Davidson for Congress.[7]
  • Rep. Pat Tiberi (R-12) received $16,000 from KochPAC to Tiberi for Congress.[5][20][6][17] Tiberi vacated his seat in the House in January and is not seeking reelection. His replacement, Rep. Troy Balderson has received $10,000 from KochPAC to Balderson for Congress.[8][7]
  • Rep. Dave Joyce (R-14): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Dave Joyce.[7]
  • Rep. Steve Stivers (R-15): $15,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Support To Ensure Victory Everywhere PAC. He also received $5,000 for Stivers for Congress.[5][19][6][2][4]
  • Anthony Gonzalez (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Anthony Gonzalez for Congress.[4] Gonzalez is running for the 16th District seat.

Oklahoma

  • Kevin Hern (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Hern for Congress. Hern is running for the District 1 seat.[8][7]
  • Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-02): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Mullin for Congress.[5][6][17][10][2][3] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his Boots Political Action Committee.[10][7]
  • Rep. Steve Russell (R-05): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Steve Russell for Congress.[5][3][7] KochPAC contributed another $5,000 to his Deeds Not Words PAC.[7]

Oregon

  • Rep. Greg Walden (R-02): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Walden for Congress.[5][20] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his New Pioneers PAC.[6][13][10][7]
  • Rep. Kurt Schrader (D-05): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Kurt Schrader for Congress.[9][18][8]

Pennsylvania

  • Rep. Mike Kelly (R-03): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Mike Kelly for Congress.[5][19] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his Keep America Rolling PAC.[10][2]
  • Rep. Scott Perry (R-04): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Patriots for Perry.[6][2][4] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his First Capital PAC.[10][7]
  • Rep. Glenn Thompson (R-05): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to his Greater Tomorrow PAC.[10][21] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for Friends of Glenn Thompson.[2][3][8][7]
  • Dan Meuser (R): $5,000 from KochPAC to Meauser for Congress.[4] Meuser is running for the 9th District seat.
  • Rep. Keith Rothfus (R-12): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Rothfus for Congress.[17][10][2] Rothfus also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his Relight America PAC.[10][18]
  • John Joyce (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Dr. John Joyce for Congress.[4] Joyce is running for the District 13 seat.
  • Guy Reschenthaler (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Guy for Congress. Guy is running for the District 14 seat.[3][7]
  • Rep. Lloyd Smucker (R-16): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Smucker for Congress.[2][3][7]

South Carolina

  • Rep. Mark Sanford (R-01): $8,000 contributed by KochPAC to Sanford for Congress.[20][17][9][2][18]
  • Rep. Joe Wilson (R-02): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Joe Wilson for Congress.[10]
  • Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-03): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Jeff Duncan for Congress.[6][16][14][7] He also received $5,000 for his Jobs, Energy and Our Founding Fathers PAC.[10]
  • Dan Hamilton (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Dan Hamilton for Congress for his campaign for the District 4 seat.[2]
  • Rep. Ralph Norman (R-05): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Ralph Norman for Congress.[2]

South Dakota

  • Dusty Johnson (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Dusty Johnson. Johnson is running for the at-large seat.[3][4][7]

Tennessee

  • John Rose (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to John Rose for Tennessee.[7] Rose is running for the District 6 seat.
  • Jimmy Matlock (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Matlock for Congress.[4] Matlock is running for the District 21 seat.

Texas

  • Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-01): $7,500 contributed by KochPAC to Louie Gohmert for Congress Committee.[14][4]
  • Dan Crenshaw (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Dan Crenshaw for Congress. Crenshaw is running for the open 2nd District seat.[7]
  • Sen. Van Taylor (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Van Taylor Campaign. Taylor is running for the third District.[8][7]
  • Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-04): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Ratcliffe for Congress.[14][7]
  • Bunni Pounds: $5,000 from KochPAC to Bunni Pounds for Congress for her campaign for the 5th District seat.[18] She lost in the May 22 primary.
  • Lance Gooden: $5,000 from KochPAC to Lance Gooden for Congress Committee. Gooden is running for the 5th District seat.[21]
  • Rep. John Culberson (R-07): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Culberson for Congress.[17][2] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his Let Texans Run Texas PAC.[10][4]
  • Rep. Michael McCaul (R-10): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to McCaul for Congress.[19][13][14][3][4]
  • Rep. Mike Conaway (R-11): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Conservative Opportunities for a New America PAC.[5][4] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC to Conaway for Congress.[14][7]
  • Rep. Randy Weber (R-14): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Weber for Congress.[14]
  • Rep. Bill Flores (R-17): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Bill Flores for Congress.[5][19][6][13][2]
  • Chip Roy (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Chip Roy for Congress. Roy is running for the District 21 seat.[8]
  • Rep. Pete Olson (R-22): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Olson for Congress Committee.[19][17][10][2][4] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his Freedom Matters PAC.[10][7]
  • Rep. Will Hurd (R-23): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Hurd for Congress.[5][6][17][18][8] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC for his Having Unwavering Resolve and Determination PAC.[10][7]
  • Rep. Kenny Marchant (R-24): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Kenny Marchant for Congress.[10]
  • Rep. Michael Burgess (R-26): $6,000 contributed by KochPAC to Michael Burgess for Congress.[14][7]
  • Bech Bruun (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Bech Bruun for Congress. Bruun is running for the 27th District seat.[14][2] Bruun lost the primary on May 22.
  • Rep. Michael Cloud (R-27): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Cloud for Congress.[4][7]
  • Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-28): $7,500 contributed by KochPAC to his Texans for Henry Cuellar Congressional Campaign.[9][7]
  • Rep. John Carter (R-31: %5,000 contributed by KochPAC to his John Carter for Congress.[4]
  • Rep. Pete Sessions (R-32): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Pete Sessions for Congress, and another $10,000 to his People For Enterprise Trade And Economic Growth (PETE PAC). [5][14][2][4]
  • Rep. Brian Babin (R-36): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Dr. Brian Babin for Congress.[10][7]

Utah

  • Rep. Rob Bishop (R-01): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Rob Bishop for Congress.[7]
  • Rep. Chris Stewart (R-02): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends for Chris Stewart, Inc.[7]
  • Rep. John Curtis (R-03) received $7,500 from KochPAC to his Curtis for Congress.[16][7]
  • Rep. Mia Love (R-04) received $2,500 in contributions from KochPAC to Friends of Mia Love.[6]

Virginia

  • Rep. Scott Taylor (R-02) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Scott Taylor For Congress.[2]
  • Rep. Tom Garrett (R-05) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Tom Garrett For Congress.[17][2] Garrett announced he will not be seeking reelection in May 2018.
  • Denver Riggleman (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Denver Riggleman.[4] Riggleman is running for the 5th District seat vacated by Rep. Garrett.
  • Rep. Dave Brat (R-07) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Friends of Dave Brat.[6][17][10][2] Brat also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Building and Restoring America Together PAC.[18]
  • Rep. Morgan Griffith (R-09) received a $10,000 contribution from KochPAC to Morgan Griffith for Congress.[5][13] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC to his Fightin' Ninth PAC.[10][14][7]
  • Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-10) received $10,000 from KochPAC to her Comstock For Congress.[2]

Washington

  • Rep. Jamie Beutler (R-03): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Jamie for Congress.[8]
  • Dino Rossi (R) received $10,000 to his Dino for Congress.[2] He is running for the 8th District seat with Rep. Dave Reichert retiring.

West Virginia

  • Rep. David McKinley (R-01) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his McKinley For Congress.[2]
  • Rep. Alex Mooney (R-02) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Alex Mooney For Congress.[6][10][3][7]

Wisconsin

  • Bryan Steil (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Steil for Wisconsin. Steil is running for the District 1 seat.[8]
  • Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-05): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Sensenbrenner Committee.[7]
  • Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-06) received $10,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Glenn Grothman for Congress.[5][19][6][2] Grothman also received $5,000 from KochPAC to his 1848 PAC.[10]
  • Rep. Sean Duffy (R-07) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Duffy for Wisconsin.[6][13][18][8][7] He also received $10,000 from KochPAC to his AX PAC.[17][18]
  • Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-08) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Mike Gallagher For Wisconsin.[6][4][7] KochPAC also contributed another $5,000 to Gallagher's Go PAC Go PAC.[7]

Wyoming

  • Rep. Liz Cheney (R-AL): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Liz Cheney for Wyoming.[7]

U.S. Senate

Arizona

  • Rep. Martha McSally (R-02) received $10,000 from KochPAC to her McSally For Senate.[2] McSally received another $7,500 from KochPAC to her McSally For Senate through the Senators Classic Committee.[18]

Colorado

  • Sen. Cory Gardner (R) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Project West Political Action Committee.[5]

Florida

  • Gov. Rick Scott (R) received $7,500 from KochPAC to Rick Scott for Florida, his U.S. Senate campaign.[18][7]

Georgia

  • Sen. David Perdue (R) received $10,000 from KochPAC to his One Georgia PAC.[5][14]

Indiana

  • Mike Braun (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Mike Braun for Indiana.[4][4]

Kansas

  • Sen. Pat Roberts (R) received $10,000 from KochPAC to his Preserving America's Traditions PAC.[5][20][6][17][2]
  • Sen. Jerry Moran (R) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Free State PAC.[17]

Louisiana

  • Sen. Bill Cassidy (R) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his Continuing America's Strength And Security PAC.[19]

Montana

  • Matt Rosendale (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Matt Rosendale for Montana.[21]

Mississippi

  • Sen. Roger Wicker (R) received $10,000 from KochPAC to his Wicker For Senate.[6][16]
  • Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Cindy Hyde-Smith for US Senate.[3]

Missouri

  • Sen. Roy Blunt (R) received $10,000 from KochPAC to his Rely on Your Beliefs Fund.[5][6][2]
  • Josh Hawley (R) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Josh Hawley for Senate.[10][2]

Nebraska

  • Sen. Ben Sasse (R) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Sensible American Solutions Supporting Everyone PAC.[20][6][10]

North Dakota

  • Rep. Kevin Cramer (R) received $9,000 from KochPAC to his Cramer For Senate.[2][18]

Ohio

  • Rep. Jim Renacci (R) received $10,000 from KochPAC to his Renacci For Senate.[2] Renacci received another $7,500 from KochPAC through the Senators Classic Committee to Renacci For Senate.[18]

Oklahoma

  • Sen. James Lankford (R) received $10,000 in contributions from KochPAC to his Leadership And Accountability Are National Keys PAC.[5][2]
  • Sen. Jim Inhofe received $10,000 from KochPAC to his Fund for a Conservative Future.[5][14]

Pennsylvania

  • Rep. Lou Barletta (R-11) received $10,000 from KochPAC to his Lou Barletta for Senate.[10][2]

South Dakota

  • Sen. Mike Rounds (R) received $6,000 from KochPAC to his Peter Norbeck Leadership PAC.[5][16][3]

Tennessee

  • Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-07) received $10,000 in contributions from KochPAC to Marsha Blackburn for Congress.[6][15][17] She also received $10,000 from KochPAC to her Making A Responsible Stand For Households In America PAC.[10][18]

Texas

  • Sen. John Cornyn (R) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his Alamo PAC.[5]
  • Sen. Ted Cruz (R) received $7,000 from KochPAC to his Ted Cruz for Senate.[6] Cruz received another $2,000 to Cruz for Senate from KochPAC through the 2018 Senators Classic Committee.[18]

West Virginia

  • Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R) received $5,000 from KochPAC to her Wild And Wonderful PAC.[20]
  • Patrick Morrisey (R) received $10,000 from KochPAC to his Morrisey For Senate.[13][3]

Wisconsin

Wyoming

  • Sen. John Barrasso (R) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Friends Of John Barrasso.[5][19][10][14] Barrasso also received $10,000 from KochPAC to his Common Values PAC.[20][9][12]

State Governor

Alabama

  • Gov. Kay Ivey (R) received $5,000 from Koch Industries.[23]

Arizona

  • Gov. Doug Ducey (R): $5,100 contributed by KochPAC to Ducey for Governor.[21] Another $5,100 was contributed by Charles Koch to Ducey for Governor.[24]

Arkansas

  • Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffin (R) received $2,700 from KochPAC to Tim Griffin for Lieutenant Governor.[10]

Colorado

Illinois

  • Gov. Bruce Rauner (R) received $5,600 from Charles Koch to his Citizens for Rauner.[26]

Iowa

  • Gov. Kim Reynolds (R): $3,000 contributed by KochPAC to Kim Reynolds for Iowa.[21]

Michigan

  • Bill Schuette (R): $1,010.30 contributed by KochPAC to Bill Schuette for Governor.[4]

Nevada

  • Adam Laxalt (R): $2.5 million in ads placed by the Koch network's Freedom Partners Action Fund in support of his run for governor.[27] On September 26, 2018, Freedom Partners Action Fund announced another six-figure ad buy to attack Lawalt's opponent.[28]

Ohio

  • Mike DeWine and Jon Husted (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to DeWine Husted for Ohio.[7] DeWine is running for Governor and Husted for Lieutenant Governor.

Oklahoma

  • Kevin Stitt (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Stitt for Governor 2018.[21]
  • Matt Pinnell (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Matt Pinnell 2018.[21]
  • Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb (R) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Oklahomans for Lamb, 2018.[6]

Pennsylvania

Texas

  • Gov. Greg Abbott (R): $50,000 contributed by KochPAC to Texans for Greg Abbot.[17][7] Charles Koch also contributed $25,000 to Texans for Greg Abbot.[30]
  • Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick (R): $20,000 contributed by KochPAC to Dan Patrick for Lt. Governor.[17][21] Also, KochPAC gave $10,000 to Texans for Dan Patrick.[30]

Wisconsin

State Attorney General

Alabama

  • Attorney General Steve Marshall (R): $5,000 contributed by Koch Industries.[23]

Arkansas

  • Attorney General Leslie Rutledge (R): $2,700 contributed KochPAC to Leslie Rutledge for Attorney General.[10]

Arizona

  • Attorney General Mark Brnovich (R): $5,100 contributed by KochPAC to Mark Brnovich for AZ.[21]

Georgia

  • Attorney General Chris Carr (R): $5,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Friends of Chris Carr.[31]

Ohio

  • Dave Yost (R): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Dave Yost for Ohio.[7]

Oklahoma

  • Attorney General Mike Hunter: $15,000 contributed by KochPAC to Mike Hunter for Attorney General 2018.[17][8][21]

South Carolina

  • Attorney General Alan Wilson (R): $3,500 contributed by Koch Industries.[32]

Texas

  • Attorney General Ken Paxton (R):$30,000 contributed by KochPAC to Ken Paxton for Attorney General.[17][18][7]

Wisconsin

  • Attorney General Brad Schimel (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Schimel for Attorney General.[3]

State Supreme Court

Georgia

  • Justice Nels Peterson: $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to his Friends of Justice Peterson.[31]

Texas

  • Justice Jeff Brown: $6,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Jeff Brown Campaign.[6][7]
  • Justice Tom Willett: $3,000 contributed by KochPAC to Texans for Don Willett.[6] Willet now serves on the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.[33]
  • Justice Jimmy Blacklock (R): $3,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Jimmy Blacklock Campaign.[14]

State Court of Appeals

Georgia

  • Justice Stephen Dillard: $1,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Citizens to Elect Judge Stephen Dillard.[31]

Texas

First District Court of Appeals

  • Jennifer Caughey (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Justice Jennifer Caughey Campaign.[21]

Third District Court of Appeals

  • Michael Toth (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Michael Toth Campaign.[12]
  • Scott Field (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Scott Field Campaign.[7]
  • David Puryear (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to the David Puryear Campaign.[21]
  • Cindy Olson Bourland (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Justice Cindy O. Bourland Campaign.[21]

State House of Representatives

Arkansas

  • Rep. Ken Bragg (R-15): $500 contributed by KochPAC to the Ken Bragg Campaign.[21]
  • Rep. Scott Flippo (R-17): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Scott Flippo Campaign.[21]
  • Rep. Richard Womack (R-18): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Richard Womack Campaign.[21]
  • Rep. Justin Gonzales (R-19): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Justin Gonzales for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Marcus Richmond (R-21): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Marcus Richmond for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Mickey Gates (R-22) received $1,000 from KochPAC to Mickey Gates for the Arkansas House.[18]
  • Jasen Kelly (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Kelly for State House. Kelly is running for the District 28 seat.[21]
  • Rep. Andy Davis (R-31): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Andy Davis for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Jim Sorvillo (R-32): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Jim Sorvillo for State House.[21]
  • Judith Goodson (R): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Goodson for State House. Goodson is running for the District 35 seat.[21]
  • Rep. Carlton Wing (R-38): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Carlton Wing for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Mark Lowery (R-39): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Mark Lowery for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Kerry Murphy (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Murphy for State House. Murphy lost in the primary.[3]
  • Rep. Karilyn Brown (R-41): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Karilyn Brown for State House.[21]
  • Linda Dyson (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Linda Dyson for State House. Dyson is running for the District 42 seat.[21]
  • Rep. Les Eaves (R-46): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Les Eaves for State House.[21]
  • Craig Christiansen (R): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Craig Christiansen for State House. Christiansen is running for the District 47 seat.[21]
  • Rep. Steve Hollowell (R-49): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Steve Hollowell for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Johnny Rye (R-54): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Johnny Rye for State House.[21]
  • Clifford Marshall Davis (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Clifford Marshall Davis for State House. He is running for the District 61 seat.[21]
  • Rep. Rick Beck (R-65): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Rick Beck for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Stephen Meeks (R-67) received $1,500 from KochPAC to the Stephen Meeks Campaign.[18][21]
  • Rep. Aaron Pilkington (R-69: $500 contributed by KochPAC to Aaron Pilkington for State House.[21]
  • Spencer Hawks (R): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Spencer Hawks for State House. Hawks is running for the District 70 seat.[21]
  • Rep. Joe Cloud (R-71): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Joe Cloud for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Mary Bentley (R-73): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Mary Bentley for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Charlene Fite (R-80): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Charlene Fitz for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Donald Ragland (R-83): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Ragland for State House.[3]
  • Rep. Robin Lundstrum (R-87): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Robin Lundstrum for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Jeff Williams (R-89): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Jeff Williams for State House.[21]
  • Kendon Underwood (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Underwood for State House. Underwood is running for the District 90 seat.[3]
  • Gayla McKenzie (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Gayla McKenzie for State House. McKenzie is running for the District 92 seat. [21]
  • Rep. Jim Dotson (R-93) received $2,000 from KochPAC to the Jim Dotson Campaign.[18][21]
  • Rep. Austin McCollum (R-95): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Austin McCollum for State House.[21]
  • Rep. Grant Hodges (R-96): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Grant Hodges for State House.[21]
  • Harlan Breaux (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Harlan Breaux for State House. Breaux is running for the District 97 seat.[21]

Arizona

  • Rep. Travis Grantham (R-12): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Grantham for Arizona.[21]
  • Rep. Becky Nutt (R-14): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Vote Becky LD14-House.[21]
  • Rep. Jill Norgaard (R-18): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Norgaard4AZ.[21]
  • Rep. Anthony Kern (R-20): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Vote Kern 2018 House.[21]
  • Speaker of the House Rep. Rusty Bowers (R-25): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Bowers for House 2018.[21]

Florida

  • Rep. Paul Renner (R-24) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[34]
  • Rep. Bob Cortes (R-30) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[34]
  • Rep. Jennifer Sullivan (R-31) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[34]
  • Rep. Colleen Burton (R-40) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[34]
  • Rep. Edwin Pigman (R-55) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[34]
  • Rep. Jake Raburn (R-57) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[34] Raburn decided not to run for reelection.
  • Rep. Chris Sprowls (R-65) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[34]
  • Rep. Ray Rodrigues (R-76) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[34]
  • Rep. Dane Eagle (R-77) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[34]
  • Rep. MaryLynn Magar (R-82) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[34]
  • Frank Mingo received $1,000 from Koch Industries for his campaign for the District 103 seat.[34]
  • Ana Maria Rodriguez (R) received $1,000 from Koch Industries for her campaign for the District 105 seat.[34]
  • Rep. Bryan Avila (R-111) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[34]
  • Vance Aloupis (R) received $1,000 from Koch Industries for his campaign for the District 115 seat.[34]

Georgia

  • Rep. David Ralston (R-07) received $2,600 from Koch Industries to his Ralston for Representative Committee.[31]
  • Rep. Barry Flemming (R-121) received $1,000 from Koch Industries to People for Barry Flemming.[31]

Iowa

  • Rep. Mike Sexton (R-10): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Citizens for Sexton.[21]
  • Rep. Brian Best (R-12): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Brian Best for House.[21]
  • Rep. Matt Windschitl (R-17): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Win with Windschitl.[21]
  • Rep. Cecil Dolecheck (R-24): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Dolecheck for Representative.[21]
  • Rep. Jake Highfill (R-39): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends for Jake Highfill. [21]
  • Rep. Chris Hagenow (R-43): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Hagenow for Iowa House.[21]
  • Speaker of the House Rep. Linda Upmeyer (R-54): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Upmeyer for House.[21]
  • Rep. Shannon Lundgren (R-57): $1,500 contributed by KochPAC to Lundgren for House.[21]
  • Rep. Walt Rogers (R-60): $1,500 contributed by KochPAC to Walt Rogers for Iowa.[21]
  • Rep. Bruce Bearinger (D-64): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Bearinger for House.[21]
  • Rep. Ashley Hinson (R-67): $1,500 contributed by KochPAC to Ashley Hinson for House.[21]
  • Holly Brink (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Citizens for Holly Brink. Brink is running for the District 80 seat.[21]
  • Rep. Gary Carlson (R-91): $1,500 contributed by KochPAC to Committee to Elect Gary Carlson.[21]
  • Rep. Gary Mohr (R-94): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Gary Mohr for State House.[21]

Louisiana

  • Rep. Alan Seabaugh (R-05) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Raymond Crews (R-08) received $4,000 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Dodie Horton (R-09) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Jack McFarland (R-13) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Stephen Dwight (R-35) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Julie Emerson (R-39) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Phillip DeVillier (R-41) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. John Stefanski (R-42) received $2,000 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Jean-Paul Coussan (R-45) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Blake Miguez (R-49) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Beryl Amedee (R-51) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Jerome Zeringue (R-52) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Tanner Magee (R-53) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Gregory Miller (R-56) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Anthony Bacala (R-59) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Rick Edmonds (R-66) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Julie Stokes (R-79) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Polly Thomas (R-80) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. John Berthelot (R-88) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Reid Falconer (R-89) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Rep. Stephanie Hilferty (R-94) received $500 from Koch Industries.[35]

Mississippi

  • Rep. Shane Aguirre (R-17): $500 contributed by Koch Industries.[36]
  • Rep. Shane Barnett (R-86): $500 contributed by Koch Industries.[36]
  • Rep. Brad Touchstone (R-101): $500 contributed by Koch Industries.[36]
  • Rep. John Read (R-102): $500 contributed by Koch Industries.[36]
  • Rep. Jeffrey Guice (R-114): $500 contributed by Koch Industries.[36]

North Carolina

  • Rep. John Bell (R-10): $4,000 contributed by KochPAC to the John Bell Committee.[8]
  • Rep. Holly Grange (R-20): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Holly Grange for NC House.[8]
  • Rep. John Szoka (R-45): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to John Szoka for NC House.[8]
  • Rep. David Lewis (R-53): $3,000 contributed by KochPAC to David Lewis for NC House.[8]
  • Rep. Dennis Riddell (R-64): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Riddell for NC House 64.[8]
  • Rep. Dean Arp (R-69): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Dean Arp for NC House.[8]
  • Rep. Jason Saine (R-97): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Jason Saine Committee.[8]
  • Rep. John Bradford, III (R-98): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to The John R Bradford III Committee.[8]
  • Rep. Bill Brawley (R-103): $1,500 contributed by KochPAC to Bill Brawley for NC House.[8]
  • Rep. Scott Stone (R-105): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Committee to Elect Scott Stone.[8]
  • Speaker Tim Moore (R-111): $5,100 contributed by Koch Industries to Friends of Tim Moore.[8]

Ohio

Oklahoma

  • Rep. Josh West (R-05): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Josh West 2018. [21]
  • Rep. Mark Lepak (R-09): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Mark Lepak for State Representative 2018.[21]
  • Rep. Avery Frix (R-13): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Families for Avery Frix 2018.[21]
  • Speaker of the House Rep. Charles McCall (R-22): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Charles McCall 2018.[21]
  • Rep. Terry O'Donnell (R-23): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Terry O'Donnell 2018.[21]
  • Rep. Kyle Hilbert (R-29): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Kyle Hilbert 2018. [21]
  • Rep. John Pfeiffer (R-38): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of John Pfeiffer 2018.[21]
  • Rep. Ryan Martinez (R-39): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Ryan Martinez 2018.[21]
  • Rep. Chad Caldwell (R-40): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Caldwell for State House 2018.[21]
  • Rep. Mark McBride (R-53): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Mark McBride for House 53.[21]
  • Rep. Kevin West (R-54): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Kevin West for House 2018.[21]
  • Rep. Harold Wright (R-57): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Harold Wright 2018.[21]
  • Rep. Mike Sanders (R-59): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Mike Sanders 2018.[21]
  • Rep. John Montgomery (R-62): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of John Michael Montgomery 2018.[21]
  • Rep. Mike Osburn (R-81): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Mike Osburn 2018.[21]
  • Rep. Jon Echols (R-90): $5,000 contributed by KochPAC to Jon Echols for State House 2018.[21]

Oregon

  • Rep. David Brock Smith (R-01): $1,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Friends of David Brock Smith.[38]
  • Rep. Carl Wilson (R-03): $2,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Citizens to Elect Carl Wilson.[38]
  • Rep. Caddy McKeown (D-09): $1,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Caddy McKeown for Representative.[38]
  • Rep. Sherrie Sprenger (R-17): $1,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Friends of Sherrie Sprenger.[38]
  • Rep. Denyc Boles (R-19): $2,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Friends of Denyc Boles.[38]
  • Rep. Mike Nearman (R-23): $2,000 contributed by Koch Industries to his Nearman4Oregon.[38]
  • Rep. Ron Noble (R-24): $1,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Ron Noble for Oregon.[38]
  • Rep. Mike McLane (R-55): $8,000 contributed by Koch Industries to the Committee to Elect Mike McLane.[38]
  • Rep. Greg Barreto (R-58): $2,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Barreto for HD 58.[38]
  • Rep. Daniel Bonham (R-59): $1,000 contributed by Koch Industries to the Committee to Elect Daniel Bonham.[38]

Pennsylvania

  • Speaker of the House Rep. Mike Turzai (R-28) received $10,000 from KochPAC to Friends of Mike Turzai.[16][12]

Texas

  • Rep. Dan Flynn (R-2) received $1,000 from KochPAC to his Dan Flynn Campaign.[17]
  • Cody Harris (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Cody Harris Campaign. Harris is running for the District 8 seat.[21]
  • Rep. Chris Paddie (R-9): $4,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Chris Paddie Campaign Committee.[17][21] KochPac also gave $2,000 to Texans for Chris Paddie.[30]
  • Rep. John Wray (R-10): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to the John Wray Campaign.[21]
  • Rep. Steve Toth (R-15): $6,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Steve Toth Campaign.[17][11][30]
  • Rep. James White (R-19) received $4,000 from KochPAC to his James White Campaign.[17][7]
  • Rep. Dade Phelan (R-21): $4,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Dade Phelan Campaign.[17][21] KochPAC also gave $2,000 to Texans for Dade.[30]
  • Rep. Wayne Faircloth (R-23) received $3,000 from KochPAC to his Wayne Faircloth Campaign.[11]
  • Rep. Dennis Bonnen (R-25) received $6,000 from KochPAC to his Dennis Bonnen Campaign.[17][11]
  • Rep. Geanie Morrison (R-30) received $6,000 from KochPAC to her Geanie Morrison Campaign.[17][12]
  • Rep. Todd Hunter (R-32) received $6,000 from KochPAC to his Todd Hunter Campaign.[17][21]
  • Rep. Abel Herrero (R-34) received $5,500 from KochPAC to his Abel Herrero Campaign.[15][12]
  • Rep. Paul Workman (R-37) received $5,000 from KochPAC to Workman for Texas.[17][11]
  • Rep. Jose M. Lozano (R-43) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Jose M. Lozano Campaign.[17][12]
  • Rep. John Kuempel (R-44): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to the John Kuempel Campaign.[21]
  • Rep. Jason Isaac (R-45) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his Jason Isaac Campaign.[17]
  • Rep. Charles "Doc" Anderson (R-56): $4,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Committee for Doc Anderson.[17]
  • Rep. Trent Ashby (R-57) received $4,000 from KochPAC to his Trent Ashby Campaign.[17][12]
  • Rep. Phil King (R-61) received $4,000 from KochPAC to his Phil King Campaign.[17][7]
  • Rep. Lynn Stucky (R-64) received $4,000 from KochPAC to his Lynn Stucky Campaign.[17][11]
  • Rep. Ron Simmons (R-65) received $4,000 from KochPAC to his Ron Simmons Campaign.[17][11]
  • Rep. Drew Springer (R-68) received $4,000 from KochPAC to his Drew Springer Jr. Campaign.[17][21]
  • Rep. Drew Darby (R-72) received $4,000 from KochPAC to his Drew Darby Campaign.[17][21]
  • Rep. Charlie Geren (R-99) received $6,000 from KochPAC to his Charlie Geren Campaign.[17][11]
  • Rep. Rodney Anderson (R-105) received $3,000 from KochPAC to his Rodney Anderson Campaign.[17][21] KochPAC also gave $1,000 to Texans for Rodney Anderson.[30]
  • Rep. Jason Villalba (R-114) received $5,000 from KochPAC to his Texans for Jason Villalba.[17][11] Villalba lost in the primary.
  • Lisa Luby Ryan (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to her Lisa Luby Ryan Campaign.[7] Ryan is running for the District 114 seat.
  • Speaker of the House (R-121) Joe Strauss received $10,000 from KochPAC to the Joe Straus Campaign.[17] Strauss decided not to run for reelection.
  • Rep. Mike Schofield (R-132): $3,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Mike Schofield Campaign.[17][7]
  • Rep. Jim Murphy (R-133) received $2,000 from KochPAC to Friends of Jim Murphy.[17]
  • Rep. Gary Elkins (R-135) received $4,000 from KochPAC to Gary Elkins Campaign.[17][12]
  • Rep. Tony Dale (R-136) received $4,500 from KochPAC to his Texans for Tony Dale.[17][7]
  • Rep. Gilbert Pena (R-144) received $2,000 from KochPAC to his Gilbert Pena Campaign.[14]

Wisconsin

  • Rep. David Steffen (R-04): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Steffen for Wisconsin.[8]
  • Rep. Shannon Zimmerman (R-30): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Zimmerman for Wisconsin.[8]
  • Rep. Amy Loudenbeck (R-31): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Amy Loudenbeck for Assembly.[21]
  • Rep. Mike Rohrkaste (R-55): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Rohrkaste for Assembly.[8]
  • Rep. Kathleen Bernier (R-68): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Kathy Bernier.[8]
  • Rep. Mike Kuglitsch (R-84): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Mike Kuglitsch.[8]
  • Rep. John Spiros (R-86): AFP is campaigning for his reelection.
  • Rep. John Macco (R-88): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of John Macco.[8]
  • Rep. John Nygren (R-89): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Taxpayers for Nygren.[8]

State Senate

Arizona

  • Sen. Karen Fann (R-01): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Elect Karen Fann LD1 Senate.[21]
  • Sen. Sylvia Allen (R-06): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Senate Committee to Elect Sylvia Allen.[21]
  • Rep. Vince Leach (R-11): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Vince Leach for Senate.[21]
  • Rep. JD Mesnard (R-17): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Vote Mesnard.[21]

Arkansas

  • Sen. Cecile Bledsoe (R-03): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Cecile Bledsoe Campaign.[21]
  • Dawn Clemence (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Clemence for Senate. Clemence is running for the District 4 seat.[21]
  • Rep. Bob Ballinger (R-97): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to his Bob Ballinger Campaign.[3] KochPAC also gave another $2,000 to Bob Ballinger for Senate.[21] Ballinger is running for the District 5 seat.
  • Rep. Mat Pitsch (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Mat Pitsch for Arkansas State Senate. Pitsch is running for the District 8 seat.[21]
  • Mark Johnson (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Mark Johnson for State Senate. Johnson is running for the District 15 seat.[21]
  • Sen. Linda Collins-Smith (R-19) received $1,000 from KochPAC to Linda Collins Smith for State Senate.[18]
  • Sen. Ricky Hill (R-29): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Ricky Hill for State Senate.[3]
  • Sen. Jason Rapert (R-35): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Jason Rapert for Arkansas Senate.[21]

Colorado

Iowa

  • Sen. Tim Kraayenbrink (R-05): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Kraayenbrink for Iowa Senate.[21]
  • Sen. Jason Schultz (R-09): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Jason Schultz. [21]
  • Zach Nunn (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends for Zach Nunn. Nunn is running for the District 15 seat. [21]
  • Sen. Jack Whitver (R-19): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Whitver.[21]
  • Sen. Annette Sweeney (R-25): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Sweeney for Senate.[21]
  • Sen. Jim Lykam (R-45): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Jim Lykam. [21]
  • Sen. Roby Smith (R-47): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Smith for Senate.[21]
  • Chris Cournoyer (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Cournoyer for Senate. Cournoyer is running for the District 49 seat.[21]

Louisiana

  • Sen. Sharon Hewitt (R-01) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Sen. Mack White (R-06) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Sen. Beth Mizell (R-12) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Sen. Eddie Lambert (R-18) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Sen Robert "Bret" Allain (R-21) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Sen. Ronald Johns (R-27) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[35]
  • Sen. Barrow Peacock (R-37) received $1,000 from Koch Industries.[35]

North Carolina

  • Sen. Harry Brown (R-06): $4,000 contributed by KochPAC to Harry Brown for NC Senate.[8]
  • Sen. Bill Rabon (R-08): $3,000 contributed by KochPAC to Rabon for Senate.[8]
  • Sen. Mike Lee (R-09): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Committee to Elect Mike Lee.[8]
  • Sen. Brent Jackson (R-10): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Brent Jackson for NC Senate.[8]
  • Sen. Phil Berger (R-26): $10,300 contributed by Koch Industries.[3][8]
  • Sen. Trudy Wade (R-27): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Trudy Wade.[8]
  • Sen. Dan Bishop (R-39): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Bishop for Senate.[8]
  • Sen. Andy Wells (R-42): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Andy Wells for NC Senate.[8]

Ohio

Oklahoma

  • Sen. Marty Quinn (R-02): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Mary Quinn Senate 2018.[21]
  • Sen. Mark Allen (R-04): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Elect Mark Allen 2018.[21]
  • Sen. Kim David (R-18): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Kim David 2018.[21]
  • Sen. Stephanie Bice (R-22): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Stephanie Bice 2018.[21]
  • John R. Symcox (R): $2,500 contributed by KochPAC to John R. Symcox for State Senate 2018. Symcox is running for the District 30 seat.[21]

Oregon

  • Sen. Dallas Heard (R-01): $1,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Friends of Dallas Heard.[38]
  • Sen. Jackie Winters (R-10): $1,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Friends of Jackie Winters.[38]
  • Sen. Betsy Johnson (D-16): $1,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Committee to Elect Betsy Johnson.[38]
  • Sen. Alan Olsen (R-20): $2,000 contributed by Koch Industries to Alan Olsen for Oregon Senate Committee.[38]

Texas

  • Sen. Robert Nichols (R-3) received $5,000 from KochPAC to the Robert Nichols Campaign.[17][21]
  • Sen. Charles Schwertner (R-5) received $4,000 from KochPAC to his Dr. Charles Schwertner for State Senate.[17][12]
  • Sen. Paul Bettencourt (R-7) received $4,000 from KochPAC to his Paul Bettencourt Campaign.[17][21]
  • Angela Paxton (R) received $5,000 from KochPAC to her Angela Paxton Campaign. She is running for the 8th district seat.[11][21]
  • Sen. Kelly Hancock (R-9) received $6,000 from KochPAC to his Kelly Hancock for Texas Senate.[17][12]
  • Sen. Konni Burton (R-10): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to her Kong Burton Campaign.[7]
  • Sen. Joan Huffman (R-17) received $3,000 from KochPAC to her Joan Huffman Campaign.[11]
  • Sen. Donna Campbell (R-25) received $5,000 from KochPAC to her Donna Campbell Campaign.[17][11]
  • Sen. Craig Estes (R-30) received $6,000 from KochPAC to The Craig Estes Campaign.[15][11]

Wisconsin

  • Sen. Andre Jacque (R-01): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Jacque for Senate.[3]
  • Rep. Dale Kooyenga (R-14): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Citizens for Dale Kooyenga.[8] Kooyenga is running for the District 5 seat. AFP has announced its support for Kooyenga.
  • Sen. Devin LeMahieu (R-09): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Friends of Devin LeMahieu.[8]
  • Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R-13): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Scott Fitzgerald for Senate.[8]
  • Senate President Pro Tempore Howard Marklein (R-17): $500 contributed by KochPAC to Taxpayers for Marklein.[8]

State Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas

  • Comptroller Glenn Hegar (R): $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to Glenn Hegar for Comptroller.[17][21]

State Corporation Commission

  • Justin Olson (R): $1,000 contributed by KochPAC to Elect Justin Olson.[21]

State Land Commissioner

Texas

  • Land Commissioner George P. Bush: $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to the George P. Bush Campaign.[17][21]

State Rail Road Commission

Texas

  • Rail Road Commissioner Christi Craddick: $10,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Christi Craddick Campaign.[17][12]

State Treasurer

Louisiana

  • John Schroader (R): $1,000 contributed by Koch Industries.[35]

State Secretary of Agriculture

Iowa

  • Mike Naig (R): $1,500 contributed by KochPAC to Mike Naig for Iowa Agriculture.[21]

Commissioner Court

Texas

Nueces County

  • Mike Pusley (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Mike Pusley Campaign.[12]
  • Brent Chesney (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to the Brent Chesney Campaign.[21]

Travis County

  • Gerald Daugherty (R): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Re-Elect Gerald Daugherty.[21]

City Council

Texas

Corpus Christi

  • Michael Hunter (AL): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Elect Michael Hunter.[7]
  • Rudy Garza (District 5): $2,000 contributed by KochPAC to Elect Rudy Garza.[7]

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