James Johnson
District Judge (O)
$1,480Cash on Hand
$57,138Total Donations
$115,891Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$7,500.00 Martha Montgomery INDIVIDUAL
$7,500.00 Mitch Montgomery INDIVIDUAL
$2,500.00 Aimee Solis INDIVIDUAL
$2,500.00 David A and Darlene Pendery INDIVIDUAL
$2,500.00 Hagai Rapaport INDIVIDUAL
$2,500.00 Jillian McMahon INDIVIDUAL
$2,500.00 T Simpson INDIVIDUAL
$2,500.00 Tim Powers INDIVIDUAL
$2,500.00 Vicki Dixon INDIVIDUAL
$2,500.00 Wayne Dixon INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$37,961.52 Capital Printing Company ENTITY
$12,655.00 David Hernandez Campaign INDIVIDUAL
$10,000.00 James Johnson INDIVIDUAL
$9,177.98 Houston Sign Company ENTITY
$7,631.82 Budget Rent a Car Dfw ENTITY
$7,417.56 Chase Bank Visa ENTITY
$7,344.27 All Sorts Mailing Services Inc ENTITY
$3,456.91 The Home Depot ENTITY
$3,275.46 Stonebriar Country Club ENTITY
$1,720.20 Denton County Republican Party (P) ENTITY
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Top Loans
AmountLenderType
$10,000.00James JohnsonINDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00James JohnsonINDIVIDUAL
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