U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin saw nearly 94 percent of her total funding coming from individual contributions over the first three months of the year.
Meanwhile, around $138,000 of the Madison Dem’s total $2.2 million in contributions came from committees, according to her quarterly report filed with the Federal Election Commission.
From Jan. 1 to March 31, Baldwin spent some $820,000, leaving her roughly $2.5 million cash on hand as she gears up for a re-election bid next year.
Of the money from committees, the largest was a $39,000 contribution from Washington, D.C.’s Senate IMPACT: WI & ND, which also contributed the same sum to North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp. Most committee funding came from outside Wisconsin, including a total of $10,000 from the Los Angeles-based Women’s Political Committee, $5,000 from D.C.-based Miller Coors LLC PAC and $5,000 from Springfield, Illinois’ Prairie PAC.
Money from Wisconsin-based committees included:
*$2,500 from AO Smith Corporation PAC in Milwaukee;
*$1,000 from Marinette Marine Corp PAC based in Marinette;
*And $1,000 from American Family Mutual Insurance CO in Madison.
See Baldwin’s report, which is more than 2,200 pages: