Van Taylor

$300,723Cash on Hand
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$300,723Total Expenditures
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$300,000.00 Van Taylor INDIVIDUAL
$450.00 Edward M Shack INDIVIDUAL
$273.10 Iron Oak Group LLC ENTITY
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