The more than $28 million in aggregate spending on this year's four ballot questions shattered state records. Here's a breakdown of the spending through Nov. 1:

— Repealing Casino Law (Question 3): $14.5 million

— Expanding Bottle Deposit Law(Question 2): $10.3 million

— Eliminating Gas Tax Indexing (Question 1): $2.7 million

— Requiring Earned Sick Time (Question 4): $809,285

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The casino repeal campaign was most expensive of the four ballot questions and the single most expensive question in state history. Here were some of top spenders in that campaign through Nov. 1:

PRO-CASINO CAMPAIGN

— Penn National Gaming: $6.6 million

— MGM Resorts International: $5.3 million

— Wynn Resorts: $3 million

ANTI-CASINO CAMPAIGN:

— Alan Lewis: $200,000

— Amos Hostetter: $55,000

— Linda Sallop: $42,500

— Swanee Hunt: $35,000

SOURCE: Massachusetts Office of Campaign & Political Finance