Texas REALTORS Political Action Committee
Texas Political Action Committee
$7,351,927Cash on Hand
$11,508,651Total Contributions
$47,093,301Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$2,080,646.37 Texas REALTORS PAC (DISSOLVED) ENTITY
$1,039,927.32 National Association of REALTORS Fund ENTITY
$271,319.00 MetroTex Association of REALTORS Political Action Committee (MetroTex-PAC) ENTITY
$52,000.00 Mary Frances Burleson INDIVIDUAL
$23,222.50 Bill Evans INDIVIDUAL
$22,105.00 Austin Board of REALTORS Political Action Committee ENTITY
$19,967.00 Mark A Woodroof INDIVIDUAL
$18,995.00 Chance A Brown INDIVIDUAL
$15,171.00 Leslie Cantu INDIVIDUAL
$12,609.50 Alvin Collins INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$35,676,495.58 Frost Bank ENTITY
$2,771,700.00 ACCESS ENTITY
$909,774.86 SGS Inc ENTITY
$387,762.60 Hyatt Regency Hotels ENTITY
$281,490.78 American Express ENTITY
$208,735.85 MetroTex Association of REALTORS Political Action Committee (MetroTex-PAC) ENTITY
$182,711.14 Austin Board of REALTORS Political Action Committee ENTITY
$165,000.00 Eddie Lucio JR INDIVIDUAL
$135,331.53 National Association of REALTORS Fund ENTITY
$100,000.00 Dan Patrick ENTITY
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