Will L Douglas
House of Representatives (R)
$401,426Cash on Hand
$794,660Total Donations
$212,938Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$100,750.00 Associated Republicans of Texas Campaign Fund ENTITY
$77,333.36 Republican State Leadership Committee ENTITY
$50,000.00 Harlan R Crow INDIVIDUAL
$50,000.00 Protect Our Police PAC ENTITY
$25,000.00 Robert B Rowling INDIVIDUAL
$20,000.00 Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ENTITY
$20,000.00 Willie Douglas INDIVIDUAL
$15,000.00 Omega Pharmacy Group ENTITY
$10,000.00 Amy and Harlan B Korenvaes INDIVIDUAL
$10,000.00 Darwin Deason INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$48,470.06 Fundraising Solutions Inc ENTITY
$32,750.30 High Post Group ENTITY
$24,111.82 Big Dog Strategies ENTITY
$18,417.80 Drogin Group LLC ENTITY
$15,000.00 Engage Right ENTITY
$12,763.40 Percipient Strategies LLC ENTITY
$11,073.29 Scm Associates ENTITY
$10,847.58 Coefficient ENTITY
$7,462.58 Nieman Printing Inc ENTITY
$6,424.19 Anedot Inc ENTITY
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