Friends of The University of Texas at Austin
Texas Committee
$329,351Cash on Hand
$2,571,872Total Contributions
$2,576,214Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Contributors
Total Contributions
$94,500.00 Charles W Matthews Jr INDIVIDUAL
$85,000.00 Carlos M Zaffirini Jr INDIVIDUAL
$75,000.00 William H Cunningham INDIVIDUAL
$60,000.00 Dee S Osborne INDIVIDUAL
$58,500.00 James I Perkins INDIVIDUAL
$51,000.00 Catherine and Sam L Susser INDIVIDUAL
$46,000.00 Gary & Sylvie Crum INDIVIDUAL
$42,500.00 John L Adams INDIVIDUAL
$42,000.00 Carol Franklin Heller INDIVIDUAL
$40,000.00 Charles W Tate INDIVIDUAL
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Top Payees
Total Expenditures
$963,529.88 John Doner & Associates Inc ENTITY
$250,000.00 Greg Abbott ENTITY
$124,606.08 Atchley & Associates LLP ENTITY
$100,000.00 Dan Patrick ENTITY
$56,000.00 Judith Zaffirini ENTITY
$52,500.00 Joan Huffman ENTITY
$41,000.00 Dennis Bonnen ENTITY
$39,500.00 Dade Phelan ENTITY
$30,000.00 Joe Straus III ENTITY
$30,000.00 John Whitmire ENTITY
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