Transparency USA has made some New Year's resolutions!
  • The "Donors" category has been renamed "Contributors" to clarify that not all contributions are monetary donations.
  • The "PACs" category has been renamed to "Committees," because the term "Political Action Committee" is not used in every state.
  • Soon, we will be rolling out changes to better differentiate between different types of transactions, whether monetary, non-monetary (in-kind), or something else. These different transaction types will also be handled more consistently among states.
Judicial Fairness PAC
Texas Committee
$546,696Cash on Hand
$6,327,308Total Contributions
$5,591,676Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Contributors
Total Contributions
$2,010,000.00 Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ENTITY
$750,000.00 Las Vegas Sands Corporation ENTITY
$750,000.00 Trinity Equity Partners I, LP ENTITY
$500,000.00 Chevron USA ENTITY
$500,000.00 Don McGill of Katy Ltd ENTITY
$300,000.00 Republican State Leadership Committee Federal ENTITY
$250,000.00 Apache Corp ENTITY
$250,000.00 ConocoPhillips ENTITY
$250,000.00 Restoration PAC ENTITY
$250,000.00 Trinity Equity Partners II, LP ENTITY
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Top Payees
Total Expenditures
$2,707,514.53 Nebo Media ENTITY
$1,077,332.48 Lawson Strategies LLC ENTITY
$877,654.54 Lmk Strategies LLC ENTITY
$650,000.00 Stop Houston Murders PAC ENTITY
$153,600.00 Ragnar Research Partners LLC ENTITY
$40,000.00 Tunnl ENTITY
$27,338.97 RIghtSide Compliance ENTITY
$27,000.00 Vantage Point ENTITY
$6,625.00 Raconteur Media Company ENTITY
$5,000.00 Jay Wright Campaign ENTITY
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Top Loans

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