Steve Allison
House of Representatives (R)
$146,223Cash on Hand
$2,422,392Total Donations
$542,706Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
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Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$436,305.72 Murphy Nasica & Associates ENTITY
$26,469.38 Lilly & Company ENTITY
$13,712.29 Keel Systems LLC ENTITY
$10,600.00 Rodney D Gage Jr INDIVIDUAL
$7,200.00 German Lopez INDIVIDUAL
$5,620.00 Willowbrook Development LLC ENTITY
$5,000.00 Leading Texas Forward PAC ENTITY
$4,204.82 Anedot Inc ENTITY
$4,019.00 The Argyle Club ENTITY
$2,049.09 San Antonio Country Club ENTITY
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