According to campaign finance reports filed with the Pennsylvania Department of State, Lt. gov. John Fetterman raised $3,321 and spent $23,059 between January 1, 2021 and June 16, 2022. Fetterman is currently President of the State Senate.
Fetterman is a member of the Democratic Party and took office in 2019. In Pennsylvania, the President of the Senate is one of the Lieutenant Governor’s roles. The primary job of a Senate President is to preside over legislative sessions and ensure members of the chamber follow the rules of procedure. Fetterman’s current term ends in 2023.
Fetterman’s Reported Campaign Funding Activity by Quarter (2017-2021)
Contributions to Fetterman
The $3,321 already reported in the 2022 election cycle went to these donors.
Top donors to Fetterman (1/1/2021 – 6/16/2022)
Editions of Fetterman
Fetterman reported expenses of $23,059, with $22,758 going to the 10 payees who topped that list.
Top editions of Fetterman (1/1/2021 – 6/16/2022)
Comparing donations to Fetterman to equivalent roles in other states
A number of factors, including whether the position holder is the lieutenant governor or a state senator, can affect donor activity. Here’s how Fetterman compares to the 10 other Senate presidents using campaign finance data available from Transparency USA in 2022:
In the US, 30 Senate Presidents are members of the Republican Party and 19 are members of the Democratic Party, with one position vacant. The Lieutenant Governor is President of the Senate in 25 states. In other states, the President of the Senate is a State Senator elected by the members of the Chamber.
The above data is based on campaign funding reports submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of State by active Pennsylvania PACs. Transparency USA releases campaign finance data after key reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require applicants to submit additional reports.
|report name||Report due date|
|Yearbook 2021 (C7)||01/31/2022|
|2022 Preschool (C1)||05.04.2022|
|2022 Preschool (C2)||05/09/2022|
|2022 Post-Primary (C3)||06/20/2022|
|2022 Pre-General (C4)||9/22/2022|
|2022 Pre-General (C5)||10/31/2022|
|2022 Post-General (C6)||12/12/2022|
|Yearbook 2022 (C7)||02/01/2023|
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