Four New Mexico donors kicked in $145,500 to the committee that paid President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
That’s a fraction of the $107 million the inaugural committee reported raising in a report filed last week.
Select Milk Producers, an Artesia-based dairy company, kicked in $100,000.
Select Milk also gave $10,000 to the New Mexico Republican Campaign Committee in January 2016.
Kevin Daniels, who hosted a fundraiser for the candidate when he held an Albuquerque rally last May, donated $25,000.
Daniels is a retired funeral home owner. He donated $20,000 to Trump Victory, a joint fundraising committee that sponsored the 2016 fundraiser and distributed proceeds to the Trump campaign and other Republican committees.
Of that, $5,400 went to the Trump campaign. Some of the Trump Victory money likely went to the Republican National Committee, which reported receiving $54,600 from Daniels in 2015 and 2016. He also donated $5,400 to GOP U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce.
Steven Jackson, an Albuquerque real estate developer is listed as donating $17,500 to the inaugural committee. He also donated $5,400 to the Trump campaign and $2,300 to the RNC last year.
And W. Peyton George, a Santa Fe attorney and former FBI agent, gave $3,000 to the inaugural. George donated $1,250 to Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s presidential campaign and $600 to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s effort. After they dropped out, he gave $1,000 to the Trump campaign via the May fundraiser and Trump Victory.
George also gave $20,750 to the RNC and $5,600 to the New Mexico Republican Campaign Committee during the 2015-16 election cycle.