Pete Flores
Texas State Senate District 24
$7,542Cash on Hand
$5,595,461Total Contributions
$4,340,171Total Expenditures
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Financial Activity
Top Contributors
Total Contributions
$1,233,607.45 Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ENTITY
$512,328.22 Dan Patrick ENTITY
$313,245.63 Republican Party of Texas ENTITY
$202,460.83 Greg Abbott ENTITY
$200,000.00 Republican State Leadership Committee Federal ENTITY
$127,415.44 Associated Republicans of Texas Campaign Fund ENTITY
$107,500.00 John L and Barbara Nau III INDIVIDUAL
$82,000.00 Kimberly and Roger Elswick INDIVIDUAL
$75,000.00 Texans For Responsible Government PAC ENTITY
$65,640.10 Charter Schools Now PAC ENTITY
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Top Payees
Total Expenditures
$955,961.51 Political Communications Advertising ENTITY
$510,170.00 Vanguard Field Strategy ENTITY
$335,627.36 Raconteur Media Company ENTITY
$332,022.00 Republican Party of Texas ENTITY
$319,979.11 Case Hall & Company ENTITY
$237,185.85 John Doner & Associates Inc ENTITY
$234,713.36 Blakemore & Associates ENTITY
$160,100.00 Baselice & Associates Inc ENTITY
$135,394.58 Texas Mailhouse Inc ENTITY
$118,035.00 Lmk Strategies LLC ENTITY
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Top Loans
$100,000.00Dan Patrick CampaignENTITY
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