Penny Morales Shaw
Texas House of Representatives District 148
$20,884Cash on Hand
$69,469Total Donations
$87,112Total Expenditures
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$23,690.71 Penny Shaw Harris Campaign INDIVIDUAL
$8,920.00 Time Zone Graphic Design ENTITY
$5,715.79 3401 at Redriver ENTITY
$3,674.16 American Express ENTITY
$3,000.00 Ramiro Canales INDIVIDUAL
$2,848.00 Bank of America Corp ENTITY
$2,025.05 Aggregated Unitemized Expenditures ENTITY
$1,600.00 L Riggins INDIVIDUAL
$1,500.00 House Democratic Caucus ENTITY
$1,120.00 Stacy Gonzalez INDIVIDUAL
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