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Find out who gave to candidates across Erie and Niagara counties

By Mary Pasciak and Patrick Lakamp

Search our campaign giving database that includes more than 12,750 contributions from individuals, corporations, committees and partnerships to more than 150 candidates running for offices in Erie and Niagara counties.

The races for 57 offices in two dozen towns and cities include Buffalo mayor, Erie County sheriff and the Amherst supervisor, town justice and board contests.

You can narrow your search by candidate, office, location or type of contribution. 

In the corporate and individual contributor name search boxes, type in the full or partial name of the giver for that particular result. Or leave the search boxes blank to see all of the results.

By selecting a contribution range, you can also group contributions by amount.

Go to The Buffalo News campaign giving database at www.buffalonews.com/campaigngiving.

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