Gov. Tate Reeves speaks during the 2023 Neshoba County Fair in Philadelphia, Miss., Thursday, July 27, 2023. Credit: Eric Shelton/Mississippi Today

Mississippi Today compiled a list of Republican Gov. Tate Reeves’ reported political contributions from January 2003, the start of his first campaign for state treasurer, through October 2023.

This data is pulled directly from the Secretary of State’s website and records at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History.

Because Reeves filed several campaign finance reports via unsearchable and out-of-order PDF scans, this information was compiled with the help of PDF scraping software. While Mississippi Today thoroughly cleaned and checked this data against the original campaign finance reports, it is possible errors occurred.

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To explore this dataset, use the search bar in the table below to look for specific donors or click on the column headers to sort them. If you would like to examine the data further, click the “Get the data” button at the bottom of this table to download a CSV file.

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Editor's note: Several donors to both Gov. Tate Reeves and Brandon Presley are also donors of Mississippi Today. Donors do not influence Mississippi Today’s editorial decisions, and a list of our donors can be found here.

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Julia, a Louisiana native, covers K-12 education. She previously served as an investigative intern with Mississippi Today helping cover the welfare scandal. She is a 2021 graduate of the University of Mississippi, where she studied journalism and public policy and was a member of the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College. She has also been published in The New York Times and the Clarion-Ledger.