Steven Denny
District Court of Appeals (R)
$3,451Cash on Hand
$13,850Total Donations
$19,322Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$8,000.00 Teamsters Local 577 Democratic Republican Independent Voter Education ENTITY
$2,500.00 Kevin Glasheen INDIVIDUAL
$1,000.00 Van Williamson INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Claudette Smith INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Freeman and Nance LLC ENTITY
$500.00 Lucas Williams INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Mike Warner INDIVIDUAL
$150.00 Dallas Mckibben INDIVIDUAL
$100.00 M S Batchelor INDIVIDUAL
$50.00 Jim Clark INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$4,310.00 American Express ENTITY
$2,700.00 No Box Creative ENTITY
$2,500.00 Antonio Renteria INDIVIDUAL
$1,875.00 Republican Party of Texas ENTITY
$1,643.78 ABC Signs ENTITY
$1,025.00 NoBox Creative ENTITY
$989.57 VistaPrint ENTITY
$905.90 Potter County District Clerk ENTITY
$754.40 First United Bank ENTITY
$520.00 Pampa News ENTITY
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