Top elected officials in Massachusetts are already taking advantage of a change in the state's campaign finance law that doubles the annual campaign contribution limit for individual donors from $500 to $1,000.

An Associated Press review of campaign finance records shows 10 donors to Gov. Charlie Baker have maxed out for the year by writing $1,000 checks to the Republican's campaign committee since the change took place in January.

They include company presidents, investors, insurance executives and attorneys.

Donors to state Secretary William Galvin also have begun increasing their contributions. Nine donors — including lawyers, developers and business owners — have given $1,000 to the Democrat.

Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey has received three $1,000 donations — all from lawyers.

Baker and the others won't face re-election until 2018.