Andy Hopper
State Senate (R)
$75Cash on Hand
$6,320Total Donations
$10,179Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$1,000.00 Dan Hopper INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Carrie Kruppa INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Martha Via INDIVIDUAL
$360.00 Itamar Gelbman INDIVIDUAL
$250.00 Glen Kirbo INDIVIDUAL
$250.00 Joel Grimes INDIVIDUAL
$250.00 Kenneth Hopper INDIVIDUAL
$250.00 Randy Spence INDIVIDUAL
$250.00 Rocky Pack INDIVIDUAL
$250.00 Scott Harrison INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$2,088.15 Sign Wise Texas ENTITY
$1,936.38 Citibank ENTITY
$1,850.00 Salem Radio Group ENTITY
$1,250.00 Amanda Hopper INDIVIDUAL
$733.73 Icopy ENTITY
$485.56 American Express ENTITY
$346.40 Office Depot Inc ENTITY
$315.03 Discover Card ENTITY
$301.95 Roosters Roadhouse ENTITY
$206.10 Texas Vision Photography ENTITY
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Top Loans
$100.00Stephen HopperINDIVIDUAL
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