John Austin
County Party Chair (R)
$2,363Cash on Hand
$12,730Total Donations
$17,853Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$1,500.00 Jimmy Hasslocker INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 David Prichard INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 Diane Rath INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 John Callahan INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 Lyle Larson INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 Texas Forever Forward ENTITY
$500.00 Jean and Deana Abiassi INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Lamar Smith Campaign ENTITY
$500.00 Michael Hoffman INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Renee Kizziar INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$8,831.00 3D Screen Printing ENTITY
$5,936.47 Alamo Mailing Company ENTITY
$700.00 Ryan Data & Research ENTITY
$624.71 Easy Drive Stakes ENTITY
$283.29 Eagle Pringint ENTITY
$216.73 VistaPrint ENTITY
$209.13 Taco Garage ENTITY
$127.92 GODaddy.com ENTITY
$110.00 Alamo City Republican Women Club ENTITY
$101.00 San Antonio Republican Women Club ENTITY
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Contributing Writer | 04/22/2020
Every election cycle, the donations given to Texas candidates and PACs come under intense scrutiny by media outlets, politicians, and citizens alike. Everyone wants to know who the biggest donors are (it’s always one of our most-viewed pages each cycle) and to speculate whether they are buying influence in Austin.
Contributing Writer | 12/19/2019
You know those iffy charges from your last work trip that you decided not to include on your expense report because they’d probably get flagged by HR? Whether it was that $10 candy from the hotel mini-bar, a round of golf that wasn’t necessarily all business, or new underwear because you forgot to pack any, some expenses are more questionable (or embarrassing) than others.
Contributing Writer | 11/12/2019
Being appointed the chairman of a committee in the Texas House not only means power — it also means money. Lots of it.