Over $630,000 of contributions to Sinema’s campaign also came from three private equity firms, and she received less than $6,000 from small-dollar donors who gave less than $200.
The passed propositions require disclosures on dark money contributions to political campaigns and cap medical debt interest rates at 3%.
Fortunes appear to have flipped for the two Democrats as the midterm campaign enters the home stretch in a fast-growing, diverse state that is increasingly central to how the Democratic Party sees its future.
Tens of thousands of Arizonans—mostly from Scottsdale—have made nearly 35,000 individual donations to Trump’s “Election Defense Fund.”
This year, Sinema has opposed a minimum wage increase, a wealth tax, and drug price reform—all policies supported by a majority of Arizonans.
The Citizens Clean Elections Commission provides public funding to candidates who pledge to not accept donations from PACs or special interest groups.
Sen. Mark Kelly reported raising $10.4 million in the first six months of this year, with $7.6 million in cash on hand as of June 30.
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