Bob Hall
Texas State Senate District 2
$141,148Cash on Hand
$2,678,917Total Contributions
$2,383,106Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Contributors
Total Contributions
$435,152.00 Empower Texans PAC (DISSOLVED) ENTITY
$247,471.00 Dan Patrick ENTITY
$200,000.00 Farris & JoAnn Wilks INDIVIDUAL
$119,115.00 Texas Right To Life PAC ENTITY
$80,000.00 Timothy M and Terri Dunn INDIVIDUAL
$77,500.00 Texas REALTORS Political Action Committee ENTITY
$69,500.00 Blackridge Consulting LLP ENTITY
$56,000.00 Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ENTITY
$52,500.00 Defend Texas Liberty PAC ENTITY
$45,000.00 Darwin A Deason INDIVIDUAL
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Top Payees
Total Expenditures
$240,356.02 Davis Lenz Media Inc ENTITY
$220,174.02 Primadata Inc ENTITY
$163,624.51 Bunni Pounds & Associates Inc ENTITY
$134,158.80 Gables Park Tower ENTITY
$124,705.58 Raconteur Media Company ENTITY
$95,177.21 Fundraising Solutions LLC ENTITY
$72,027.71 Macias and Associates ENTITY
$59,440.41 Wishlist Direct / VoterDirect Texas ENTITY
$57,027.64 Anthem Media Inc ENTITY
$50,558.09 Danwal Inc ENTITY
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Top Loans
$25,000.00Hall Bob IIIINDIVIDUAL
$10,000.00Bob HallINDIVIDUAL
$4,609.50Bob HallINDIVIDUAL
$1,143.12Bob Hall IIIINDIVIDUAL
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