Coordinated Party Expenditure Limits for '98 Senate Nominees
Voting Age Population
State (in thousands) Expenditure Limit
Alabama 3,247 $211,380
*Alaska 421 $65,100
Arizona 3,277 $213,333
Arkansas 1,860 $121,086
California 23,317 $1,517,937
Colorado 2,877 $187,293
Connecticut 2,478 $161,318
*Delaware 554 $65,100
DC 422 $65,100
Florida 11,183 $728,013
Georgia 5,498 $357,920
Hawaii 884 $65,100
Idaho 859 $65,100
Illinois 8,722 $567,802
Indiana 4,367 $284,292
Iowa 2,127 $138,468
Kansas 1,907 $124,146
Kentucky 2,947 $191,850
Louisiana 3,161 $205,781
Maine 945 $65,100
Maryland 3,826 $249,073
Massachusetts 4,666 $303,757
Michigan 7,269 $473,212
Minnesota 3,435 $223,619
Mississippi 1,978 $128,768
Missouri 3,996 $260,140
*Montana 649 $65,100
Nebraska 1,212 $78,901
Nevada 1,234 $80,333
New Hampshire 877 $65,100
New Jersey 6,066 $394,897
New Mexico 1,230 $80,073
New York 13,577 $883,863
North Carolina 5,552 $361,435
*North Dakota 476 $65,100
Ohio 8,348 $543,455
Oklahoma 2,439 $158,779
Oregon 2,433 $158,388
Pennsylvania 9,156 $596,056
Rhode Island 754 $65,100
South Carolina 2,805 $182,606
*South Dakota 541 $65,100
Tennessee 4,043 $263,199
Texas 13,862 $902,416
Utah 1,371 $89,252
*Vermont 443 $65,100
Virginia 5,090 $331,359
Washington 4,156 $270,556
West Virginia 1,404 $91,400
Wisconsin 3,823 $248,877
*Wyoming 348 $65,100
*In these states, which have only one U.S. House representative, the spending limit
for the House nominee is $65,100, the same amount as the Senate limit. In other
states, the limit for each House nominee is $32,550.