Charles Doc Anderson
House of Representatives (R)
$55,621Cash on Hand
$142,884Total Donations
$155,661Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$10,000.00 Bill Johnson INDIVIDUAL
$5,100.00 Texas Veterinary Medical Assn. PAC ENTITY
$5,000.00 Bill Johnson INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Gary Haven INDIVIDUAL
$3,500.00 Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ENTITY
$3,000.00 Associated General Contractors of Texas PAC ENTITY
$3,000.00 KW And Mary Sorley INDIVIDUAL
$3,000.00 Texas Solutions Group ENTITY
$2,500.00 Francis Bushnell Jr INDIVIDUAL
$2,500.00 John Embry INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$44,600.00 Todd Smith & Associates ENTITY
$27,185.64 Integ ENTITY
$12,169.47 Elaine Slaughter INDIVIDUAL
$11,057.00 Wishlist Direct / VoterDirect Texas ENTITY
$6,556.00 Lamar Outdoor Advertising ENTITY
$4,656.02 Charles "Doc" Anderson DVM INDIVIDUAL
$4,275.00 Strategic Media Placement ENTITY
$3,232.45 Voter Direct ENTITY
$2,340.60 Texas House Accounting Department ENTITY
$2,296.03 Gradel Printing ENTITY
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Top Personal Donations

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Contributing Writer | 10/11/2017
But this year was different. Governor Greg Abbott called legislators back to Austin this summer from July 18 – August 15 for a “Special Session” to address what Gov. Abbott considered unfinished business from the regular session. Unlike the regular session, there was no moratorium on politicians receiving donations during the special session. They could legally take money from those in Austin seeking to influence legislation. Some lawmakers publicly announced they wouldn’t take donations during the special session, while others remained silent. Several prominent elected officials took donations up until the day before the special session began, and then turned off the flow of money once the session began.
Contributing Writer | 07/12/2017
The Texas Association of REALTORS and their associated PACs are arguably the most well-funded in the state, as more money passed  through them in the 2016 election cycle than any other PAC. The Realtors are also one of the most well-known interest groups in Austin, and have been for years.
Contributing Writer | 07/12/2017
Texans for Lawsuit Reform (TLR) is in the business of electing politicians who will vote “correctly” on lawsuit & tort reform issues, while not rocking the boat in the Capitol. They’ve become one of the most powerful and well-known PACs in the state using this model, and show no signs of changing their game plan.