Manish Seth
House of Representatives (R)
$3,684Cash on Hand
$107,074Total Donations
$65,923Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$20,000.00 Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ENTITY
$15,000.00 Ash Seth INDIVIDUAL
$13,300.73 Greg Abbott ENTITY
$9,000.00 Apurva Parikh INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Alex Meglar INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Javier Rodriguez INDIVIDUAL
$3,000.00 Daniel DiLella INDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00 Gustavo Suarez INDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00 Jeremy Gutierrez INDIVIDUAL
$1,500.00 Savant Energy ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$15,745.30 Lawson Strategies LLC ENTITY
$13,750.00 Sr3 Creative ENTITY
$7,256.83 Rush Tshirt Printing ENTITY
$6,500.00 Absolutely Focus Media LLC ENTITY
$4,860.00 Catherine Pagel Consulting ENTITY
$2,500.75 La Escondida Mexican Restaurant ENTITY
$2,500.00 Aubrey R Taylor Communications ENTITY
$1,640.32 NBD Graphics ENTITY
$1,000.00 Jetton & Gojara LLC ENTITY
$1,000.00 Society of the Eucharist Foundation ENTITY
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