Information for the U.S. Senate candidates listed in the dropdown above has been updated as of the most recent campaign finance filing deadline, July 15, according to the Federal Election Commission.
The next deadline is Oct. 15, the FEC says.
In North Haven, Democrat Chris Murphy has the most donations among the candidates listed. The highest given by a single donor to his campaign is three $2,500 donations by Tariq Farid, listed as the CEO of Edible Arrangements.
Osman Kilic, listed as a Quinnipiac University professor, also gave $2,500. Attorney Craig Smith, of Koskoff, Koskoff & Bleder, gave $1,000. The rest of the donations to Murphy ranged in increments of $5 to $500.
Republican Linda McMahon's largest donation in North Haven - $1,000 - came from Victor B. Hallberg, listed on the document as retired.
Susan Bysiewicz, who is challenging Murphy in the Democratic primary, received two separate donations of $2,500 from Earl W. Tucker III, listed as the owner of Towering Oaks LLC. She also received a $2,500 donation from Towering Oaks LLC.
Republican Chris Shays, who is challenging McMahon for the nomination, was not listed in the document for North Haven.
Independent candidate Lee Whitnum, a Greenwich resident whose past occupations include teacher, software engineer and paralegal, is not listed in the searchable database because she reported no financial activity, according to the FEC.
Candidates filing during the last reporting period who are listed:
- Susan Bysiewicz — Democrat, Middletown resident, former Connecticut Secretary of the State and state representative;
- Linda McMahon — Republican, Greenwich resident, former president and CEO of Titan Sports;
- Chris Murphy — Democrat, Cheshire resident, former U.S. Representative (5th District) and state senator;
- — Republican, Bridgeport resident, former U.S. Representative (4th District) and state representative;
- Kie Westby — Republican, Southbury resident, attorney.