Nathan Johnson
Texas State Senate District 16
$444,797Cash on Hand
$3,669,452Total Contributions
$3,023,948Total Expenditures
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Financial Activity
Top Contributors
Total Contributions
$126,390.00 Texans for Insurance Reform ENTITY
$81,437.23 Texas REALTORS Political Action Committee ENTITY
$50,000.00 Border Health PAC ENTITY
$50,000.00 Texas Trial Lawyers Association PAC ENTITY
$47,700.00 Mirjam Kirk INDIVIDUAL
$47,500.00 Lauril and Erle A Nye Jr INDIVIDUAL
$45,200.00 Claire Dewar INDIVIDUAL
$45,000.00 Howard E Rachofsky INDIVIDUAL
$41,513.47 Michael & Sharon Young INDIVIDUAL
$39,000.00 Texas Medical Association Political Action Committee ENTITY
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Top Payees
Total Expenditures
$584,132.97 Berlin Rosen LTD ENTITY
$199,414.52 Message Audience & Presentation Inc ENTITY
$182,815.67 The Order Desk Inc ENTITY
$154,750.00 The Tyson Organization Inc ENTITY
$126,530.39 Democracy Toolbox ENTITY
$124,719.04 Reilly Echols Printing Inc ENTITY
$84,365.00 Beyond the Slogan Consulting ENTITY
$73,025.00 Taylor Collective Solutions LLC ENTITY
$69,000.00 Megan Rodman McGilberry (Consult) INDIVIDUAL
$67,931.41 Rachel Perry INDIVIDUAL
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Top Loans
$5,000.00Johnson NathanINDIVIDUAL
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Top Personal Contributions

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

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