Republican Party of Texas
Texas Political Action Committee
$782,138Cash on Hand
$6,989,655Total Contributions
$8,457,361Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$802,600.00 Brett Busby ENTITY
$752,810.00 Nathan Hecht ENTITY
$490,000.00 Ray L and Nancy Hunt INDIVIDUAL
$402,810.00 Jane Bland ENTITY
$350,000.00 James Wright ENTITY
$327,950.00 Pete Flores ENTITY
$260,000.00 Ramona and Lee M Bass INDIVIDUAL
$182,665.04 Jeffrey Boyd ENTITY
$125,000.00 Richard Weekley INDIVIDUAL
$111,000.00 Ryan Sitton ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$3,675,253.57 Dudley Group LLC ENTITY
$415,402.10 Mammoth Marketing Group ENTITY
$378,223.18 Majority Strategies LLC ENTITY
$321,152.12 Neumann & Company ENTITY
$313,245.63 John Doner & Associates Inc ENTITY
$240,000.00 Liftcamp Inc ENTITY
$177,254.59 Highland 211 Ri LLC ENTITY
$120,000.00 Texas Republican County Chairman's Association ENTITY
$99,477.53 FP1 Strategies LLC ENTITY
$75,640.00 Angie Chen Button ENTITY
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