Harris County Republican Party (CEC)
Texas Political Action Committee
$220,711Cash on Hand
$5,825,360Total Contributions
$5,562,453Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$424,750.00 Richard Weekley INDIVIDUAL
$315,898.00 Holloway Frost & Kathaleen Wall INDIVIDUAL
$305,000.00 Cherie and K Alan Hassenflu INDIVIDUAL
$245,000.00 Robert & Janice McNair INDIVIDUAL
$190,000.00 Donald McGill INDIVIDUAL
$168,515.73 Jack Cagle ENTITY
$155,000.00 David P Peacock INDIVIDUAL
$145,000.00 David and Bonnie Weekley INDIVIDUAL
$130,000.00 Richard & Nancy Kinder INDIVIDUAL
$107,500.00 Randall Wilson ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$1,927,815.94 Harris County Republican Party (CEC) ENTITY
$666,948.81 Republican Party of Texas ENTITY
$422,645.00 Begala McGrath ENTITY
$410,229.08 Raconteur Media Company ENTITY
$387,979.10 Beavers Media & Communications ENTITY
$246,792.54 Thomas Graphics Inc ENTITY
$241,202.75 FlS Connect LLC ENTITY
$230,570.87 Mammoth Marketing Group ENTITY
$145,589.04 Barrage LLC ENTITY
$108,367.00 US Postal Service ENTITY
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