Greg Abbott
Governor (R)
$38,154,024Cash on Hand
$27,611,087Total Donations
$58,966,448Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$1,051,050.00 James D Pitcock Jr INDIVIDUAL
$1,013,300.00 S Javaid Anwar INDIVIDUAL
$1,000,000.00 Michael & Mary Porter INDIVIDUAL
$650,000.00 Kenny A and Lisa Troutt INDIVIDUAL
$500,000.00 Arch Aplin III INDIVIDUAL
$500,000.00 Edward Roski Jr INDIVIDUAL
$500,000.00 R Drayton McLane Jr INDIVIDUAL
$400,000.00 William Harris INDIVIDUAL
$391,864.45 Paul L Foster INDIVIDUAL
$375,000.00 Robert C and Pamela Lanham Jr INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$22,487,705.45 US Treasury ENTITY
$1,421,082.62 TriNet HR XI Inc ENTITY
$877,968.95 Wells Fargo Bank ENTITY
$744,000.00 First Citizens Bank ENTITY
$639,086.41 Seacoast National Bank ENTITY
$626,350.39 Campaign Headquarters Inc ENTITY
$587,876.60 Unisource Direct ENTITY
$498,000.00 Cambridge Savings Bank ENTITY
$498,000.00 East-West Bank ENTITY
$496,000.00 Independence Bank ENTITY
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