Houston Region Business Coalition
Texas Political Action Committee
$183,845Cash on Hand
$566,793Total Contributions
$785,773Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$78,895.00 Richard Weekley INDIVIDUAL
$57,000.00 Cherie and K Alan Hassenflu INDIVIDUAL
$50,000.00 David and Bonnie Weekley INDIVIDUAL
$30,000.00 Robert & Janice McNair INDIVIDUAL
$20,000.00 Terry L Looper INDIVIDUAL
$17,000.00 Metro National Investment ENTITY
$15,000.00 Max Levit INDIVIDUAL
$11,800.00 Johnny Hendrix INDIVIDUAL
$10,000.00 Greater Houston Builders Association ENTITY
$10,000.00 HOME-PAC Greater Houston Builders Association ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$377,784.49 Mammoth Marketing Group ENTITY
$77,265.53 Junior League of Houston ENTITY
$75,000.00 FP1 Public Affairs LLC ENTITY
$60,000.00 Beavers Media & Communications ENTITY
$35,000.00 Raconteur Media Company ENTITY
$31,581.60 Barrage LLC ENTITY
$30,977.43 Thomas Graphics Inc ENTITY
$21,433.08 Integra Solutions ENTITY
$19,333.91 Summit Direct Mail Inc ENTITY
$10,000.00 University of Houston, Bauer College of Business ENTITY
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