Who Gives . . .

Top Political Action Committees (PACs)

Del Webb Employees' Fund for Better Government $43,540

AZ PAC (Arizona Education Association) $39,730

Ophthalmologists PAC $37,725

Bank One Arizona Political Action Committee $36,850

Realtors of AZ PAC (RAPAC) $34,200

Salt River Valley Water Users Association Political Involvement Committee (SRP) $31,180

AZ Medical PAC (ARPA) $28,090

Phelps Dodge PAC $27,880

Fennemore Craig Citizens for Prudent Government $27,815

Home Builders Association of Central Arizona $26,059

Associated Highway Patrolmen of AZ PAC (AHPA PAC) $25,040

Rural Metro Employee PAC for Cost Effective Government $24,900

AZ Licensed Beverage Association PAC $24,551

Top Individual Contributors

Contributor City Business/Occupation Amount
Jack and Carol Whiteman Phoenix Empire Southwest Machinery$36,000

Edward Robson and family Sun Lakes Robson Communities $24,905

Leonard Napolitano Sr. Albuquerque retired $20,760

Robert and Lisa Fannin PhoenixSuper Lobbyist $15,435

Joseph and Sari Deihl Phoenix Karemor International$15,320

Ernie Garcia Phoenix real estate $15,400

Charles and Debra Siddle Phoenix Third Millennium; HQZ Financial $14,950

Michael and Carol Curtis Phoenix Arizona Municipal Power Users Association $14,545

Eugene and Mildred Rickles Tucson retired; former lobbyist, Arizona Mobile Housing Association $13,700

John and Dede Mangum Phoenix Super Lobbyist $12,167

Michael Bidwill and family Phoenix Arizona Cardinals $10,965

B.K. Boreyko Scottsdale New Vision International $10,860

Herman and Stephan Chanen Phoenix Chanen Construction $10,715

Richard and Alice Snell Phoenix Pinnacle West (

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