Updated: May 25, 2017
He was unopposed in the primary and faced one Democratic and two Independent opponents in the general election.
Citizens for Southwest Wisconsin ($1,527), Conservative Young Professionals ($318), Conservatives for Scott Walker ($63,500), National Rifle Assocation of America ($2,532,741), Right Direction Wisconsin PAC ($3,960,562), Volunteers for Agriculture ($69,859), Wisconsin Family Action - 1.91 Account ($17,876), Wisconsin Right to Life PAC ($155), Wisconsin Right to Life O.M.I.D. ($545) made independent expenditures favoring Governor Walker.
Citizen Action of Wisconsin Inc. ($25,000), Educators for Better Schools ($537), Fair Wisconsin Inc. ($9,947), Fire Fighters for a Better Wisconsin ($159,420), Greater Wisconsin Committee PAC ($1,218, 468), IAFF FIREPAC Wisconsin Non-Federal ($1,869), Planned Parenthood Advocates of WI Political Fund ($225,003), Planned Parenthood Advocates of WI Inc. ($290,249), Progressive Kick Wisconsin IE Committee ($411,000), Progressives for Victory 2014 ($13,843), Service Employees International Union COPE ($130,665), Service Employees Local 150 ($8,089), UFCW International Union Working Families Advocacy Project ($170,496), Voces de la Frontera Action Committee ($21,641), We Are Wisconsin Political Fund ($2,729,603), Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters IE Committee ($1,303,285), Wisconsin WOMEN VOTE ($2,217,699), and Workers' Voice ($456,417) made independent expenditures supporting his opponent.
Americans for Prosperity (estimated $1.1 million), America's Political Action Committee (estimated $156,000), Faith & Freedom Coalition (estimated $50,000), Wisconsin Homeowner Alliance ($200,000) and Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (estimated $4.5 million) spent undisclosed sums on "issue ads" in support of Governor Walker; Greater Wisconsin Committee (estimated $5.2 million) and NARAL Pro-Choice America (estimated $600,000) in opposition.
2014 Campaign Finance Summary
Raised: $34,418,139 - Spent: $35,706,353
Vote: 52.3% - Cost/Vote: $28.35
Disclosed Independent Backing: $6,647,083
Estimated "Issue Ad" spending: $6.006 million
*All figures represent candidate income before any returns.
from Individuals and Committees*
|Manufacturing & Distributing||$2,497,652.65|
|Banking & Finance||$2,168,140.42|
|Telecommunications & Computers||$293,875.97|
|Civil servant/public employee||$143,035.48|
* Individual contributions includes all contributions
Any returned and self contributions are excluded.
**Dates coincide with candidate's election cycle.
|Hendricks Family||Janesville, WI||ABC Supply Co||$557,538|
|Perry, Bob & Doylene||Houston, TX||Perry Homes||$500,000|
|DeVos Family||Grand Rapids, MI||Alticor/Windquest/DP Fox Ventures LLC||$342,600|
|Uihlein, Richard & Elizabeth||Lake Forest, IL||Uline Shipping Supplies||$284,500|
|Humphreys, Ethelmae & David C||Joplin, MO||TAMKO Building Products||$280,000|
|Adelson, Sheldon & Miriam||Las Vegas, NV||Las Vegas Sands/Adelson Clinic||$270,000|
|Herzog, Stanley & Randy||St Joseph, MO||Herzog Contracting Corp||$269,050|
|Atkins, Sarah||Arlington, VA||TAMKO Building Products||$260,000|
|Schuette Family||Sugar Grove, IL||Wausau Homes||$220,100|
|Kern, Robert & Patricia||Waukesha, WI||Generac Corp||$220,000|
*Excludes contributions to campaigns for Milwaukee County Executive.
Amendments to individual contributions filed in June 2015 are not taken into account due to concerns WDC has over their accuracy.