102318 Cryptocurrency candidates

Candidates accepting cryptocurrency

At least 20 candidates for 2018 elections have requested or received cryptocurrency campaign donations. Federal candidates for Congress are allowed to receive them but the laws vary for state and local candidates.

State Office Candidate Party
AlaskaState HouseCean StevensLibertarian
ArizonaU.S. SenateAdam KokeshLibertarian
ArizonaU.S. SenateKelli WardRepublican
CaliforniaState AssemblyBen BartlettDemocrat
CaliforniaU.S. HouseBrian FordeDemocrat
CaliforniaU.S. HouseDana RohrabacherRepublican
CaliforniaGovernorGavin NewsomDemocrat
CaliforniaSaratoga City CouncilRishi KumarDemocrat
CaliforniaU.S. HouseTim DonnellyRepublican
FloridaState HouseAlison FoxallLibertarian
MarylandU.S. HouseChris HearseyDemocrat
MissouriU.S. SenateAustin PetersenRepublican
New HampshireState HouseAndrew ProutRepublican
New HampshireState HouseBrian SeaworthRepublican
New HampshireState HouseCaleb DyerLibertarian
New MexicoU.S. HousePat DavisDemocrat
OhioGovernorJonathan HeaveyUnaffiliated
OhioGovernorTravis IrvineLibertarian
TennesseeKnox County MayorGlenn JacobsDemocrat
WisconsinGovernorPhil AndersonLibertarian

Sources: Campaign finance reports, candidate websites and BitPay data.