Place 2 Contribution & Expenditure Reports


Gus Garcia

Total contributions: $56,787

Total expenditures: $40,381

Figures from January 1 - March 24

Total contributions: $31,712

Total expenditures: $27,471.64

Contributions from law firm PACs: Vinson and Elkins Texas PAC, $250; Hilgers and Watkins PAC, $250; Calame Linebarger Graham and Pena PAC, $500; Strasburger and Price PAC, $500; Wiseman, Durst, Tuddenham and Owen PAC, $200.

Contributions from other PACs: Bank One, Texas Good Government Committee, $250.

Conributions from other lawyers (also see following categories): Richard Peña, $150; Jack W. London and Associates, $250; Ginny Agnew and Chuck Herring, $100; William Allison, $100; William Apt, $100; Michael Archenhold, $100; Karen Bartoletti, $100; Molly Bean, $100; Jim Cousar, $250; Michael Curry, $100; Mike Davis, $150; Tom Doyal, $50; Nick and Lucy Duncan, $100; Cynthia and David Galvan, $100; Kirk Watson's partners Tom Harkness and William Whitehurst, $250 each; Clarke Heidrick, $100; Fred and Dawn Lewis, $250; John Scanlan, $500; Pete Schenkkan, $100; Melvin Waxler, $250; Ralph Wood, $100

Contributions from real estate/development interests: Architects Page Southerland Page, $500; LOC Consultants (engineers), $500; architect George Villalva, $100; architect/designer Laurie Smith, $100; architect Mari Rodriguez Barr/The Barr Co., $250; architect Jay Barnes, $250; architect Sinclair Black, $250; architects Juan Cotera, Roger Kolar and David Negrete (partners in the same firm), $170 each; contractor Frank Fuentes, $100; investor and Council spouse Balie Griffith, $40; real estate agent John Hernandez, $250; architect Benny Hawkins, $200; architect Ponciano Morales, $250; surveyor Carmelo and Delores Macias, $500; investor/developer Perry Lorenz, $500; engineer David Quintanilla, $250.

Other notable contributors: Former legislator/attorney Vic Feazell, $250; attorney/Parks Board chair Philip Friday, $100; beauty tycoon and former Eric Blumberg backer John McCall, $250; Time Warner Communications PR director and former Hispanic Chamber of Commerce chair Lidia Agraz, $25; activist Mary Arnold, former candidate for this Council seat, $100; attorney and real estate agent Jet Bartlett, colleague of Jo Baylor, $100; attorney/NAACP leader Gary Bledsoe, $100; UT professor Robert Boyer, $25; former mayor and KASE/KVET CEO Roy Butler, $100; activist George Cofer, $20; Daryl Slusher's aide Robin Cravey, $15; activist Shudde Fath, $50; utility lobbyist John Hildreth, $100; retired admiral Bobby Ray Inman, $250; former First Daughter Luci Baines Johnson, $250; UT School of Education dean Manuel Justiz, $100; activist/organizer Jere Locke, $40; PRmeister Don Martin, $25; former Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Jim Mattox, $100; one-time Place 5 prospect Eliza May, $50; Bishop John McCarthy, $25; journalist/raconteur Jeff Nightbyrd, $100; Mexic-Arte curator Sylvia Orozco, $25; UT administrator and KUT talking head Ricardo Romo, $100; contractor/Capitol Metro board chair Michael Von Ohlen, $250.


Becky Motal

Total contributions: $22,807

Total expenditures: $30,196

Figures for January 1--March 24

Total contributions: $10,440

Total expenditures: $9,841.78

Contributions from PACs: Small, Craig and Werkenthin PAC, $1,000

Contributions from real estate/development interests: Heritage Title Co. owner Gary Farmer, $500; commercial real estate rep John C. Lewis, $250; Highland Resources CEO Paul Tilley, $500; Saturn Development Corp. project manager Tim Dalton, $500; C&B Investments, $200; The Collins Company, $400.

Notable contributions: Former GOP state treasurer candidate/Hartland Bank CEO David Hartman, $1,000; community activist Joanna Clardy, $250; UT object of worship Darrell Royal (occupation listed as "community leader"), $250; Capitol Chevrolet CEO Bill Cromwell, $250; in-laws Henry and Georgia Motal, $300, Paul Motal, $400 and Betty Motal, $150; Motal campaign consultant Brian Berry, $250. Laurin Currie has raised $300.


Joe Gonzales has raised and spent $505.

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