Find Out About PACs

Updated: April 23, 2019

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Regularly updated, this database includes records of contributions from political action committees (PACs) and other campaign committees to candidates for the Wisconsin Legislature as well as the governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, state school superintendent and state Supreme Court justices.

The database also includes political committee contributions to the four legislative campaign committees (LCCs) and corporate contributions to each LCC's respective segregated fund as of July 2016.
Past contributions from the now-defunct Wisconsin Election Campaign Fund (WECF) which was intended, at least in part, as a substitute for PAC contributions, are also included in this database.

The contributor records in this database generally date back to 1993, although in limited cases contributions dating as far back as 1991 are included. All contributions are based on reports filed by candidates with the state. (Click here to see a description of recent updates to the database.)

You can conduct a simple search from this list of PACs or use the advanced search below.

Contributions from individuals can be found elsewhere on our site.

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Recent Updates

Updated through April 15, 2019 for candidates in the 64th Assembly District special election.

Updated through March 18, 2019 for 2019 Supreme Court candidates and candidates in the 64th Assembly District special election.

Updated through December 21, 2018 for all candidates in the fall 2018 general election, legislators that did not run for reelection in 2018, all current Supreme Court justices and the four legislative campaign committees and their segregated funds.

Returned contributions are moved at our discretion. As of 2016 contributions returned to poltical parties and legislative campaign committees are not removed.