Ben Leman
House of Representatives (R)
$75,551Cash on Hand
$138,379Total Donations
$197,522Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$73,966.31 Ben Leman INDIVIDUAL
$30,711.57 Ben Leman Campaign INDIVIDUAL
$14,000.00 Steve York INDIVIDUAL
$9,500.00 Jordan Overturf INDIVIDUAL
$9,342.55 Sir Speedy Printing & Marketing Services ENTITY
$5,275.17 Texas House Republican Caucus PAC ENTITY
$5,100.00 Wesley Starnes INDIVIDUAL
$3,600.00 Sedonia Powell INDIVIDUAL
$2,812.34 The Wooden Spoke ENTITY
$2,480.00 Grimes County Republican Party (P) ENTITY
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Top Personal Donations

From reports filed by the recipients of these funds, it appears these transactions originated from personal rather than campaign accounts.

Total ContributionsCandidatePAC
$1,730.00 Grimes County Republican Party (CEC)
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