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Sean Curran's Campaign Finances

Summary

In-State $7,528.24
Out-Of-State $0.00
Unknown State $0.00
Party Committee $328.24
Leadership Committee $0.00
Personal Funds $1,500.00
Individual Contributions $500.00
Unitemized $0.00
Public Funding $0.00
Non-Contribution $0.00
Institutions and Companies $0.00
Other $300.00
Total Contributions 27
Total $7,528.24
Cycle:
Data is from a previous election cycle.
Data provided by FollowTheMoney.org

Top Contributors

BOSTON POLICE PATROLMENS ASSOCIATION $1,000.00
ELECTRICAL WORKERS LOCAL 7 $1,000.00
RICHARD E NEAL MASSACHUSETTS PAC $1,000.00
MASSACHUSETTS ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS $600.00
MASSACHUSETTS CORRECTIONS OFFICERS FEDERAL UNION $500.00
BEER DISTRIBUTORS OF MASSACHUSETTS $500.00
CURRAN (CANDIDATE LOAN), SEAN $500.00
MASSACHUSETTS DEMOCRATIC PARTY $328.24
MASSACHUSETTS FOOD ASSOCIATION $300.00
MASSACHUSETTS & NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND LABORERS DISTRICT COUNCIL $300.00
CARPENTERS & JOINERS LOCAL 108 $250.00
ASSOCIATION OF MAGISTRATES & ASSISTANT CLERKS $250.00
PROFESSIONAL FIRE FIGHTERS OF MASSACHUSETTS $200.00
BARRY, ROBERT $200.00
SHEET METAL WORKERS LOCAL 63 $100.00
LEYDON, JAMES $100.00
BUONICONTI, STEPHEN J $100.00
CONNELLY, DANIEL J $100.00
DEMPSEY COMMITTEE, BRIAN DEMPSEY COMMITTEE $100.00
PIONEER VALLEY CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL $100.00

Top Industries

General Trade Unions $1,750.00
Public Sector Unions $1,700.00
Leadership PACs $1,000.00
Real Estate $600.00
Beer, Wine & Liquor $500.00
Candidate Contributions $500.00
Party Committees $328.24
Food Processing & Sales $300.00
Lawyers & Lobbyists $300.00
Uncoded $300.00
Civil Servants/Public Officials $250.00

Top Sectors

Labor $3,450.00
Candidate Contributions $1,500.00
Finance, Insurance & Real Estate $600.00
General Business $500.00
Party $328.24
Agriculture $300.00
Lawyers & Lobbyists $300.00
Uncoded $300.00
Government Agencies/Education/Other $250.00
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