The Campaign Truths
Here's the Truth in Nashville - if you want to understand why someone votes the way they do, simply follow the money!
In 2012, then-candidate John Stevens raised thousands in the first Tea Party wave. A large portion of this money came from individual donors. The following is a pie chart that displays the percentage of the money raised by individuals versus special interests.
Information is taken from: "Follow The Money"
Amount of Transactions by District
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Percent of Transactions by Amount - Individual vs Special Interest
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All About Geography
As in Real Estate, campaign financing is all about location. The majority of Senator Stevens's campaign fundraisers come from Out of District donations, showing how little trust the people of District 24 have for this Senator. The charts and graphs below displays the data on this Senator and where he gets his money
All Data sourced from Follow the Money
Percent of Transactions by District
Using the interactive map below, Senator Stevens's campaign donations are displayed by year and geographic location. Click on the icon at the top of the mapping application to display an interactive drop-down menu.
All data sourced from: Follow the Money’s candidate page concerning Senator John Stevens (R-District 24 TN).
Click the link above for direct information from the source. The National Institute on Money in Politics and The Campaign Finance Institute are non-partisan organizations and have no connection to any formal campaign or candidate.