Sid Miller
Texas Commissioner of Agriculture
$186,226Cash on Hand
$7,065Total Contributions
$223,693Total Expenditures
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Total Contributions
$5,000.00 Defend Texas Liberty PAC ENTITY
$1,000.00 Chris Spencer INDIVIDUAL
$200.00 Thomas Regnier INDIVIDUAL
$100.00 David Murray INDIVIDUAL
$100.00 Mona Gresham INDIVIDUAL
$100.00 Peggy and Robert "Bob" Duda INDIVIDUAL
$100.00 Susan & Michael Najvar INDIVIDUAL
$50.00 Betty Lucas INDIVIDUAL
$50.00 Jennifer Thomas INDIVIDUAL
$50.00 Julie Durboraw INDIVIDUAL
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Top Payees
Total Expenditures
$70,832.10 Sid Miller INDIVIDUAL
$44,437.90 Visa Marriott Credit Card ENTITY
$21,805.74 Vici Media Group ENTITY
$15,600.00 Pam Thacker INDIVIDUAL
$12,000.00 Red Brand Media ENTITY
$7,315.65 Wishlist Direct / VoterDirect Texas ENTITY
$2,592.84 MailChimp ENTITY
$2,540.45 Sheraton Hotels ENTITY
$2,170.54 Courtyard Austin-University ENTITY
$1,800.00 Rebecca Bustamante INDIVIDUAL
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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.

Total Contributions
$500.00 Texas Federation of Republican Women PAC
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