Lift Up Houston PAC
Texas Political Action Committee
$42,884Cash on Hand
$1,467,030Total Contributions
$1,451,519Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$250,000.00 Greater Houston Convention & Visitors Bureau ENTITY
$78,550.00 Lift the Cap PAC ENTITY
$56,805.17 Rida Realty Investments Corp ENTITY
$50,000.00 Camden Property Trust ENTITY
$50,000.00 Carrin F Patman INDIVIDUAL
$50,000.00 Houston Police Officers Union PAC ENTITY
$50,000.00 Laura & John Arnold INDIVIDUAL
$50,000.00 Richard & Nancy Kinder INDIVIDUAL
$50,000.00 Robert & Janice McNair INDIVIDUAL
$45,000.00 Fiscally Responsible Houston PAC (DISSOLVED) ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$699,697.00 Grant Martin Campaigns dba Storefront Politics ENTITY
$139,378.50 Advantage Communications Group LLC ENTITY
$70,956.80 Department of US Treasury IRS ENTITY
$67,000.00 FM3 Research ENTITY
$53,549.31 Strong Strategies LLC ENTITY
$42,500.00 Campaign Strategies Inc ENTITY
$25,000.00 Keith Wade INDIVIDUAL
$22,234.55 Luke Tonat INDIVIDUAL
$19,600.00 Aspire Integrated Services ENTITY
$18,560.30 Alexander Desormiers INDIVIDUAL
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