David Moorman
District Judge (R)
$15,983Cash on Hand
$28,550Total Donations
$19,002Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$1,000.00 Alvin Martin INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 Cynthia Pierce INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 David G Moorman INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 David Hammit LLC ENTITY
$1,000.00 Ernest Cannon INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 Jacob P Paschal INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 Jeff Bradley INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 John Bankhead INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 Kevin Kight INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 Krystal Pierce INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$6,633.00 Moxie Innovative ENTITY
$3,263.00 Chase Card Services ENTITY
$1,638.36 Texas GOP Store ENTITY
$1,500.00 Republican Party of Texas ENTITY
$1,250.00 Chase Credit Card ENTITY
$915.00 Postcards Magazine ENTITY
$875.00 Madison County Republican Party ENTITY
$606.20 Lone Star Signs & Graphics ENTITY
$570.00 Anderson Shiro Education Foundation ENTITY
$413.00 Sam Houston Memorial Musuem ENTITY
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Top Loans
AmountLenderType
$2,000.00DAVID MOORMANINDIVIDUAL
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