ACT for Texas Classroom Teachers Association
Texas Political Action Committee
$193,730Cash on Hand
$13,580Total Contributions
$2,500Total Expenditures
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Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$25.00 Patricia Garrett INDIVIDUAL
$20.00 Brenda Butler INDIVIDUAL
$20.00 James Pavone INDIVIDUAL
$20.00 Javier Alejos INDIVIDUAL
$20.00 Leslie Foster INDIVIDUAL
$20.00 Lorissa Pena INDIVIDUAL
$20.00 Michael Sanders INDIVIDUAL
$20.00 Raymond Adams INDIVIDUAL
$20.00 Twila Read INDIVIDUAL
$15.00 April Rawlins INDIVIDUAL
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Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$2,500.00 DeWayne Burns ENTITY
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