Texas Home School Coalition PAC
Texas Political Action Committee
$11,074Cash on Hand
$12,925Total Contributions
$1,719Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
$4,000.00 Christopher Parrish INDIVIDUAL
$2,500.00 Dawn Buckingham ENTITY
$1,500.00 JoAnn Fleming INDIVIDUAL
$1,100.00 Michael Cook INDIVIDUAL
$540.00 Cheryl Bateman INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Christi Craddick ENTITY
$500.00 Keith Conn INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Stephanie Klick Campaign ENTITY
$500.00 Steven Toth INDIVIDUAL
$300.00 Kristie Gregg INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
$1,000.00 Grassroots America - We the People ENTITY
$572.34 MailPro USA ENTITY
$81.25 duoparadigms.com ENTITY
$64.96 Mcshan Florist Inc ENTITY
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