Drew Darby

$794,308Cash on Hand
$1,000Total Contributions
$144,655Total Expenditures
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$1,000.00 Ben M Brigham INDIVIDUAL
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$58,500.00 Laramie Stroud INDIVIDUAL
$33,144.99 Department of US Treasury IRS ENTITY
$9,533.05 Clemens & Associates Advertising ENTITY
$6,388.27 Cheryl DeCordova INDIVIDUAL
$6,075.65 Elan Financial Services ENTITY
$4,031.02 Aggregated Unitemized Expenditures ENTITY
$2,627.88 Campaign Reporting Solutions LLC ENTITY
$2,550.00 San Angelo Central Tower LTD ENTITY
$1,946.49 Mastercard ENTITY
$1,912.59 Hilton Hotels and Resorts ENTITY
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