New York 2013 ballot measure campaign expenditure recipients

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The following information details to whom 2013 New York ballot measure campaign expenditures went. Those who received expenditures provided services, such as consulting, advertising, polling, legal work and signature collection, for the ballot measure campaigns.

The top five recipients of ballot measure campaign expenditures were:[1]

  1. Luc Media Group Inc.: $1,838,941 (Measures: 1)
  2. The Strategy Group, Inc.: $1,351,971 (Measures: 1)
  3. Red Horse Strategies, LLC: $798,125 (Measures: 1)
  4. Behan Communications: $662,351 (Measures: 5)
  5. The Mirram Group: $532,163 (Measures: 6)

Expenditure recipients

The following chart illustrates which firms received payments greater than or equal to $5,000 from ballot measure campaign committees in 2013. A green background indicates that the expenditure recipient was employed by supporters of a measure, while a red background indicates that the recipient was employed by opponents of the measure. There were no oppositional campaign committees for any of the measures.

Recipient Total Prop 1 Prop 2 Prop 3 Prop 4 Prop 5 Prop 6
Luc Media Group Inc. $1,838,941 $1,838,941
The Strategy Group, Inc. $1,351,971 $1,351,971


Red Horse Strategies, LLC $798,125 $798,125
Behan Communications $662,351 $662,351
The Mirram Group $532,163 $532,163
Global Strategy Group, LLC $125,000 $125,000
The Marino Organization $105,000 $105,000
Sheinkopf Ltd. $95,000 $95,000
Metropolitan Public Strategies $90,000 $90,000
Epandmedia $71,780 $71,780
Howard Becker $50,000 $50,000
The Parkside Group $30,000 $30,000
City and State NY, LLC $25,000 $25,000
Axle PR $25,000 $25,000
Stu Loeser & Co. $20,000 $20,000
NY Prints LLC $14,472 $14,472
Polsinelli Public Affairs LLC $7,550 $7,550

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