Kel Seliger
Texas State Senate District 31
$338,507Cash on Hand
$2,500Total Donations
$282,037Total Expenditures
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Name
Type
$2,500.00 Texas Automobile Dealers Assn. PAC ENTITY
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Type
$90,500.00 Lauren Bradford INDIVIDUAL
$30,714.46 Upstream Communications LP ENTITY
$21,200.00 Virginia Dowdy INDIVIDUAL
$18,900.00 May Gardner INDIVIDUAL
$17,495.59 Citibusiness AAdvantage Card ENTITY
$14,000.00 Benjamin Watson INDIVIDUAL
$12,447.00 Keel Systems LLC ENTITY
$11,500.00 Shannon Parker INDIVIDUAL
$9,000.00 Cammie Cayton INDIVIDUAL
$8,000.00 Juan P Delgado INDIVIDUAL
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