Nathan Johnson
State Senate (D)
$217,108Cash on Hand
$159,329Total Donations
$90,740Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$15,000.00 Majed Nachawati II INDIVIDUAL
$10,000.00 Evelyn (Deedie) Rose INDIVIDUAL
$10,000.00 Michael & Sharon Young INDIVIDUAL
$5,263.78 Lindsay Billingsley INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Hms Holdings Corp ENTITY
$5,000.00 Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas ENTITY
$5,000.00 Texas Trial Lawyers Association PAC ENTITY
$3,000.00 BNSF Railway Company RAILPAC ENTITY
$3,000.00 Exelon Corporation Political Action Committee (Exelon PAC) ENTITY
$2,500.00 Erle Lauril & Nye INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$10,600.00 Oakeshott Condo LLC ENTITY
$10,000.00 Texas Senate Democratic Caucus ENTITY
$8,600.00 Deisy Jaimes INDIVIDUAL
$6,499.30 GNI Strategies LLC ENTITY
$5,000.00 Texas Democratic Party ENTITY
$5,000.00 Texas House Democratic Campaign Committee (DISSOLVED) ENTITY
$3,984.57 Gni Consulting ENTITY
$3,900.00 Ashley McConkey INDIVIDUAL
$3,850.00 Texas Senate Ladies Club ENTITY
$3,000.00 RevUp Software ENTITY
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Top Loans

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Top Personal Donations

From reports filed by the recipients of these funds, it appears these transactions originated from personal rather than campaign accounts.

Total ContributionsCandidatePAC
$675.00 Garland Fire Fighters Community Interest Committee
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