Vital Statistics

Spending on Candidates and Ballot Measures, by State

  • 1 California: $440,857,726
  • 2 Oregon: $73,338,484
  • 3 Illinois: $68,370,998
  • 4 Ohio: $55,861,274
  • 5 New York: $45,236,103
  • 6 Michigan: $40,923,866
  • 7 Massachusetts: $38,570,894
  • 8 Pennsylvania: $35,238,570
  • 9 Washington: $30,185,275
  • 10 Colorado: $29,897,325
  • 11 Texas: $18,224,371
  • 12 Florida: $16,579,890
  • 13 Indiana: $16,514,129
  • 14 Alabama: $15,862,776
  • 15 Missouri: $14,768,368
  • 16 Virginia: $12,822,700
  • 17 New Jersey: $11,987,176
  • 18 Maryland: $9,624,451
  • 19 Nevada: $9,613,571
  • 20 Maine: $8,858,944
  • 21 Oklahoma: $8,835,564
  • 22 Georgia: $8,809,028
  • 23 Arizona: $8,755,494
  • 24 Wisconsin: $7,881,386
  • 25 Minnesota: $7,413,788
  • 26 Idaho: $7,098,368
  • 27 Iowa: $6,240,044
  • 28 Utah: $4,780,809
  • 29 Alaska: $4,624,749
  • 30 Tennessee: $4,620,350
  • 31 Nebraska: $4,597,803
  • 32 Connecticut: $4,305,270
  • 33 New Mexico: $4,250,033
  • 34 North Carolina: $3,885,109
  • 35 South Dakota: $3,408,194
  • 36 Rhode Island: $3,241,962
  • 37 West Virginia: $3,059,854
  • 38 Hawaii: $2,734,718
  • 39 Montana: $2,592,262
  • 40 Kentucky: $2,510,640
  • 41 Louisiana: $2,021,353
  • 42 New Hampshire: $1,851,566
  • 43 Kansas: $1,744,429
  • 44 North Dakota: $1,473,977
  • 45 Arkansas: $1,319,549
  • 46 Delaware: $1,221,423
  • 47 South Carolina: $1,079,562
  • 48 Mississippi: $1,051,690
  • 49 Vermont: $965,992
  • 50 Wyoming: $500,648