Texas State Teachers Association - PAC
Texas Political Action Committee
$91,627Cash on Hand
$70,790Total Contributions
$52,076Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$11,813.60 Texas State Teachers Association - PAC ENTITY
$688.00 Delna Bryan INDIVIDUAL
$640.00 Arlinda Valencia INDIVIDUAL
$640.00 August Plock INDIVIDUAL
$640.00 Norma De La Rosa INDIVIDUAL
$640.00 Patricia Candelaria INDIVIDUAL
$640.00 Rhonda Whiting INDIVIDUAL
$640.00 Richard Beaule INDIVIDUAL
$640.00 Susan Seaton INDIVIDUAL
$560.00 Diane Wilkerson INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$24,903.23 Kelly Graphics ENTITY
$20,288.51 NEA Fund for Children & Public Education ENTITY
$5,250.00 Allman & Associates Inc ENTITY
$1,000.00 John Wray ENTITY
$373.15 Texas State Teachers Association ENTITY
$261.06 Texas State Teachers Association ENTITY
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