John A Johnson
State Board of Education (O)
$16,692Cash on Hand
$17,705Total Donations
$7,003Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$1,000.00 Jerry Wilson INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 Omega Chisum INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 Ron Nelson INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Al Allred INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Brenda Noles INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Clarence Marak INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Coury Madeline INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Edward Dunigan INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Jerry Carlson INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 John Carlson INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$1,443.00 John Johnson INDIVIDUAL
$1,408.82 Jay Johnson INDIVIDUAL
$713.82 Courtyard by Marriott ENTITY
$680.83 Verizon Communications Inc ENTITY
$366.92 Courtyard Austin ENTITY
$300.00 Firstbank Southwest ENTITY
$228.85 Arbor Hotel ENTITY
$197.40 Overton Hotel & Conference Center ENTITY
$182.10 ENTITY
$156.50 Harland Clarke Check Order ENTITY
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Top Loans
$5,000.00Jay and Linda JohnsonINDIVIDUAL
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