Following The Money: This page is designed to help the public find out who’s funding their elected officials. The information shows state officeholders' top donors over time across a variety of giving methods. The data comes from the Secretary of State’s database and IRS filings.
The data was last updated Aug. 16, 2019. For candidate committees, the numbers cover through July 20, 2019. For political action committees (PACs) connected to officeholders, the numbers cover through July 20, 2019.
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110th House District (A portion of the Upper Peninsula)
Current representative: The current representative for the 110th District is Rep. Gregory Markkanen (R-Hancock). The 110th District covers Baraga, Gogebic, Houghton, Iron, Keweenaw and Ontonagon counties, as well as Powell and Ishpeming townships in Marquette County. Markkanen previously taught high school civics, history and geography for Baraga Area Schools and served on the Hancock City Council, according to his official website.
Rep. Markkanen was first elected to the House in 2018, taking office in 2019.
A map of the 110 District is available here.
TALLY: Top Disclosed Donors To Markkanen And Connected Committees From 2017 To The Present
1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $7,750
2. Gregory Markkanen, $6,953
3. Krist Atanasoft, Krist Oil Company, $6,000
4. House Republican Campaign Committee, $5,900
5. Michigan Farm Bureau, $5,000
6. Wentworth Majority Fund, Jason Wentworth, $4,000
7. Blue Water Liberty Fund, Shane Hernandez, $2,000
8. Sheppard Leadership Fund, Jason Sheppard, $1,500
9. Rich Rossway, legislative aide, $1,100
10. Triston Cole Candidate Committee, T Cole Leadership, $1,100
Top donors to Committee to Elect Gregory J. Markkanen for 2019-2020:
1. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $4,750
2. Wentworth Majority Fund, Jason Wentworth, $4,000
3. Blue Water Liberty Fund, Shane Hernandez, $2,000
4. Hornberger Majority Fund, Pamela Hornberger, $1,000
5. 1837 Fund, Eric Leutheuser, $1,000
6. Vaupel Values Victory Leadership Fund, Henry Vaupel, $1,000
7. Sheppard Leadership Fund, Jason Sheppard, $1,000
8. Building Experience Now, Ben Frederick, $1,000
9. State Farm Agents and Associations, $500
10. Whiteford Leadership Fund, Mary Whiteford, $500
Top donors to Markkanen Leadership Fund for 2019-2020:
1. Krist Atanasoff, Krist Oil, $5,000
2. Rich Rossway, legislative aide, $1,000
3. Robert Jacquart, Stormy Kromer, $500
4. Paquette Leadership Fund, Brad Paquette, $250
5. Matthew Maddock, representative, $200
6. Michael Goschka, Brant, $100
7. John Madigan, Munising, $100
8. Stephanie Gencheff, Marquette, $100
9. Sue Allor, representative, $100
10. Jeff Alexander, Hanover, $100
Top donors to Committee to Elect Gregory J. Markkanen for 2017-2018:
1. Gregory Markkanen, teacher, $6,953
2. House Republican Campaign Committee, $5,900
3. Michigan Farm Bureau, $5,000
4. Chatfield Majority Fund, Lee Chatfield, $3,000
5. David Witanen, Hancock, $1,000
6. Krist Atanasoft, Krist Oil Company, $1,000
7. Justin Kasieta, student, $944
8. Greater Rochester Leadership Fund, Mike Webber, $500
9. Michigan Strategic Leadership Fund, Jim Lilly, $500
10. Jason Sheppard, representative, $500
11. A Brighter Lenawee Fund, Bronna Kahle, $500
12. Jack Bergman, member of the U.S. House, $500
13. Michigan Petroluem Association, $500
14. CCI Michigan PAC, $500
15. Michigan Bankers Association PAC, $500
16. T Cole Leadership Fund, Triston Cole, $500
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