Ken Wise
District Court of Appeals (R)
$13,259Cash on Hand
$246,205Total Donations
$298,256Total Expenditures
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$30,000.00 Jim Wise INDIVIDUAL
$6,500.00 Robyn and Embry Canterbury INDIVIDUAL
$5,500.00 Cokinos Bosien & Young PC ENTITY
$5,000.00 Baker Botts Amicus Fund ENTITY
$5,000.00 Barbara Nau INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Vinson & Elkins Texas PAC ENTITY
$4,000.00 Norton Rose Fulbright Texas Committee ENTITY
$4,000.00 Republican Party of Texas ENTITY
$4,000.00 Yetter Coleman LLP ENTITY
$3,500.00 BracewellPAC ENTITY
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$186,115.29 Upstream Communications LP ENTITY
$54,430.73 Dudley Group LLC ENTITY
$17,653.25 Holland Taucher Consulting Group ENTITY
$6,337.13 Apple Inc ENTITY
$3,850.00 Jennifer Faulkner INDIVIDUAL
$3,750.00 The What's Up Radio Program ENTITY
$3,500.00 Aubrey R Taylor Communications ENTITY
$2,852.39 Sprint 2 Print ENTITY
$2,500.00 Fort Bend County GOP PAC ENTITY
$2,423.00 Anedot Inc ENTITY
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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.
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Contributing Writer | 10/23/2018
Although the seat has been held by Republicans since the early 1980’s, the demographics of this North Texas district have been shifting in favor of Democrats. Hillary Clinton won the district over Donald Trump by 4.7 percentage points, and Democrats are hopeful that Beto-mania will trickle down to help them flip this district to the blue column.