Wayne Faircloth
House of Representatives (R)
$50,478Cash on Hand
$0Total Donations
$9,730Total Expenditures
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Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$3,658.00 Public Storage ENTITY
$886.95 Network Solutions LLC ENTITY
$822.88 AT&T Services Inc ENTITY
$809.05 Buc-ee's ENTITY
$800.00 Pregnancy Help Center ENTITY
$589.62 Microsoft Online ENTITY
$500.00 Randy Weber Campaign INDIVIDUAL
$400.00 US Postal Service ENTITY
$240.00 Hctra ENTITY
$224.81 Galvez Hotel Grill ENTITY
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From reports filed by the recipients of these funds, it appears these transactions originated from personal rather than campaign accounts.

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$1,050.00 State Farm Agents Political Action Committee
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