Republican State Leadership Committee PAC and Individual Account
Texas Political Action Committee
$694Cash on Hand
$10,811,329Total Contributions
$10,762,262Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$2,500,000.00 Sheldon Adelson INDIVIDUAL
$2,000,000.00 Dr Miriam Adelson INDIVIDUAL
$1,000,000.00 Janet L Duncan INDIVIDUAL
$1,000,000.00 Joe C Walter III INDIVIDUAL
$1,000,000.00 Michael & Mary Porter INDIVIDUAL
$500,000.00 Bernard Marcus INDIVIDUAL
$300,000.00 Thomas Peterffy INDIVIDUAL
$250,000.00 Charles Johnson INDIVIDUAL
$250,000.00 Diane Hendricks INDIVIDUAL
$125,000.00 Daniel & Pamella DeVos INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$4,041,867.11 Expenditures Not Related to Texas ENTITY
$1,432,473.30 Murphy Nasica & Associates ENTITY
$1,339,247.23 Strategic Media Placement ENTITY
$522,830.26 Anthem Media Inc ENTITY
$500,250.00 Flexpoint Media Inc ENTITY
$425,322.31 Front Line Strategies Inc ENTITY
$402,794.22 Allyn Media LLC ENTITY
$355,750.00 Ragnar Research Partners LLC ENTITY
$230,000.00 Associated Republicans of Texas Campaign Fund ENTITY
$193,708.28 Bullhorn Communications ENTITY
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