Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock) has raised $58,450 for the June 30 reporting period, bringing his total contributions to $680,192.59.
The senator spent $74,758.23 in the most recent period. So far Rogers has spent $388,957.52. The majority leader has $291,235.07 in the bank.
Rogers still has a $40,581.90 loan he made the campaign on his account.
Challenger Brandon Beach, of Alpharetta, raised $50,556 during the same period, and has garnered $52,449.53 for his campaign to date.
Beach has spent $30,850.67, all of which occurred during the reporting period.
Beach has $21,598.86 in the bank.
Most of Rogers’ monetary support came from outside of Cherokee County, such as corporate donors from Connecticut, Virginia, Illinois, Missouri, the District of Columbia and North Carolina.
Some include Wellcare of Georgia Inc. at $2,500; cable channel TBS at $1,000; United HealthCare Services Inc. at $1,750; the Coca-Cola Co. at $1,000; Georgia Bankers Association at $1,000; Georgia Association of Realtors PAC at $1,000; DirectTV at $1,000; Cable Television association of Georgia PAC Inc. at $1,000; Comcast Corp. at $1,000; Coalition of Franchisee Associations PAC at $1,000; Coventry Health Care of Georgia at $1,000; Aetna at $1,000; Amerigroup Corp. at $1,000; and AT&T Georgia, PAC at $2,500.
Beach’s contributors reside mainly in Alpharetta and in other metro Atlanta cities.
One notable Beach contributor includes a $2,500 contribution from Marietta-based C.W. Mathews Contracting Co.
The company was hired by the Georgia Department of Transportation to perform the new Interstate 575 interchange at Ridgewalk Parkway as well as widening the Sixes Road bridge over the interstate.
Other notable donors include Anderson, Tate & Carr P.C. at $1,000; Millard Choate, the CEO of Choate Construction, at $1,000; E.R. Snell Contractor Inc. at $1,000; E2E Benefits Services, Inc. at $1,000; Greenstone Properties at $1,000.