Texas Democratic Party
Texas Political Action Committee
$214,257Cash on Hand
$4,114,709Total Contributions
$4,475,300Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$1,349,226.79 House Democratic Campaign Committee ENTITY
$471,000.00 Chrysta Castaneda ENTITY
$243,203.80 Fair Fight Inc ENTITY
$179,312.00 American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees P E O P L E ENTITY
$132,100.00 Elizabeth Markowitz ENTITY
$104,000.00 Vikki Goodwin ENTITY
$79,135.45 Harris County Democratic Party (CEC) ENTITY
$76,209.02 James Talarico ENTITY
$64,388.00 John Bucy III ENTITY
$50,000.00 Susan D Sarofim INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$682,123.38 Bergmann Zwerdling Direct ENTITY
$296,555.86 ADP Payroll Services ENTITY
$272,207.15 Mission Control Inc ENTITY
$260,019.43 Deliver Strategies LLC ENTITY
$258,283.62 MAP Political Communication ENTITY
$251,461.50 US Postal Service ENTITY
$183,764.41 Grant Martin Campaigns dba Storefront Politics ENTITY
$148,915.00 House Democratic Campaign Committee ENTITY
$135,433.69 Mad Dog Mail ENTITY
$126,024.00 Chadderdon Lestingi Creative Strategies ENTITY
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