Forward Majority Action
Texas Political Action Committee
$2,848,260Cash on Hand
$3,918,529Total Contributions
$723,000Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$500,000.00 Vincent Ryan INDIVIDUAL
$400,000.00 Richard Wells INDIVIDUAL
$250,000.00 Michael Sonnenfeldt INDIVIDUAL
$250,000.00 Robert Goodman INDIVIDUAL
$250,000.00 Sixteen Thirty Fund ENTITY
$167,015.27 Fair Democracy ENTITY
$125,000.00 Beth Nash INDIVIDUAL
$125,000.00 Robert Stavis INDIVIDUAL
$100,000.00 Bill Janeway INDIVIDUAL
$100,000.00 Christopher Delong INDIVIDUAL
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$723,000.00 Forward Majority Action ENTITY
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