Virginia state Del. Glenn Davis reported hauling in $14,400 in fundraising contributions between January and March, but less than 7 percent of that came from individuals.
The rest came from PACs, businesses and lobbying firms, deepening Davis’ reliance on special-interest money for his re-election campaign, according to Davis’s campaign finance report filed April 14.
Last quarter, Davis, a Republican who is running for a fourth term representing a part of Virginia Beach, took a combined $2,150 from political action committees, including the Virginia Cable Telecommunications Association and Virginia Realtors.
Another $10,000 came from the House Republican Campaign Committee, the fundraising arm of the Republican caucus in the House of Delegates.
In all, less than 25 percent of the $67,400 Davis has raised this election cycle has come from individuals.
Nearly half of his contributions have come from eight sources that have each contributed more than $1,000, only two of whom are individuals. The others include the House GOP committee, Colonial Leadership Trust PAC, which has contributed $7,100, and the Virginia Beer Wholesalers Association PAC, which has given $2,000.