Associated Republicans of Texas Campaign Fund
Texas Political Action Committee
$2,435,051Cash on Hand
$4,009,053Total Contributions
$1,849,817Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$512,737.19 John L and Barbara Nau III INDIVIDUAL
$500,000.00 Woody L and Gayle Hunt INDIVIDUAL
$264,185.20 Harlan R Crow INDIVIDUAL
$250,000.00 Paul L Foster INDIVIDUAL
$230,000.00 Republican State Leadership Committee PAC and Individual Account ENTITY
$175,000.00 Robert C and Pamela Lanham Jr INDIVIDUAL
$150,000.00 Texans for Joe Straus ENTITY
$100,000.00 Crow Holdings ENTITY
$100,000.00 H Ross Perot Jr INDIVIDUAL
$75,000.00 William E and Louree B Greehey INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$340,786.19 Murphy Nasica & Associates ENTITY
$247,288.91 Upstream Communications LP ENTITY
$224,164.59 Jamie McWright INDIVIDUAL
$119,148.79 Aaron De Leon INDIVIDUAL
$100,681.04 Dolly Trolley INDIVIDUAL
$78,353.15 Anne Eliza Jordan INDIVIDUAL
$71,500.00 America Rising LLC ENTITY
$65,000.00 LHP + Company Inc ENTITY
$63,000.00 Kate Tankersley Consulting INDIVIDUAL
$52,000.00 TargetPoint Consulting Inc ENTITY
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