Bob Hall
State Senate (R)
$62,464Cash on Hand
$204,016Total Donations
$238,729Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$50,000.00 Farris & JoAnn Wilks INDIVIDUAL
$20,000.00 Rusty T Kelley INDIVIDUAL
$7,500.00 Texas Association of REALTORS Political Action Committee ENTITY
$5,000.00 Aaron Day INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Blackridge Consulting LLP ENTITY
$5,000.00 Donald & Mary Catherine Huffines INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 John Corona INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas ENTITY
$5,000.00 Mary Tibbs INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$36,052.77 Fundraising Solutions Inc ENTITY
$31,487.14 Gables Park Tower ENTITY
$18,375.00 Macias and Associates ENTITY
$15,115.00 Raconteur Media Company ENTITY
$8,500.00 Cone Creatives ENTITY
$5,917.60 Bunni Pounds & Associates Inc ENTITY
$5,000.00 Sherry Sylvester INDIVIDUAL
$4,810.00 Texas Senate ENTITY
$4,308.78 The Roaring Fork Restaurant ENTITY
$4,257.10 Monarch Trophy Studio ENTITY
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Top Loans
$4,609.50Bob HallINDIVIDUAL
$1,143.12Bob Hall IIIINDIVIDUAL
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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.

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1.  Texas Association of REALTORS PAC ($35,867,910): The Realtors are the powerhouse of money in Texas politics. Yes, you might be surprised to find that your realtor’s professional dues support one of the most powerful — and certainly the most well-funded — PACs in Texas. What might be even more surprising is that the Texas Association of Realtors PAC (TREPAC) frequently uses its political heft to support liberal Republicans and the occasional Democrat. Apparently, this cycle, they believed their PAC account was too flush with cash, as they purchased more than $29 million of money market instrument mutual funds at Frost Bank. As for TREPAC’s donations directly to candidates, they appear to be motivated primarily by the desire to curry favor with those in power in Austin. They supported incumbents of every stripe in 2018, from the most conservative Republicans ($101,042 to Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and $60,000 to State Sen. Don Huffines) to liberal Republicans and Democrats ($55,000 to State Rep. Charlie Geren and $50,000 to State Sen. John Whitmire). During the all-important and ideologically-revealing primary season, the Realtors tended to support the more moderate to liberal candidate in each race, including State Reps. Jason Villalba and Wayne Faircloth and State Sen. Kel Seliger this election season. TREPAC’s largest donation to a candidate this cycle was $140,000 to Cody Harris, a realtor himself, who won one of the most watched elections of the primary season to take the seat of retiring State Rep. Byron Cook. With more than $29 million in the bank, $6.7 million dollars cash-on-hand in their PAC account, and the proven willingness to spend it, the Realtors will be a formidable force in Texas politics for the foreseeable future.