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Terence L. Sullivan (Terry), Congressional Staffer - Personal Financial Disclosures

Alternate Name: Terry Sullivan  
Reports are organized by filing date. For example, a report filed in 2007 covering the 2006 year is listed as a 2007 report.

Available Disclosures:

2013 Reports Available
View PDF Annual 2013-01-30
View PDF Annual Amended 2013-05-23
View PDF Annual Amended 2013-02-22
2012 Reports Available
View PDF Annual 
View PDF Annual Amended 2013-01-07
View PDF Extension Letter 
Campaign Work: Reclaim America Leadership PAC, $12,000
2011 Reports Available
View PDF Annual Amended 
View PDF New Hire 
View PDF Extension Letter 
View PDF Extension Letter Amended 
Spouse Employment: Summit Planning Center; Abacus Planning Group Inc.
Prior Employment: First Tuesday Strategies LLC, salary/profit, $175,000; Under the Power Lines LLC, profit, $2,500; On the Mark LLC, salary/profit, $45,000; Texans for Kay, salary, $60,000
Agreements: Pursuant to stock buy-out agreement with Luke P. Byars, will receive payments for the purchase of ownership units of First Tuesday Strategies, On the Mark and Under the Power Lines.
Compensation >$5,000: Clients of First Tuesday, On the Mark, Under the Power Lines: DeMint for Senate, Gresham Barrett for Governor, Mike Bouchard for Governor, Texans for Kay, Trey Gowdy for Congress, Shane Massey for Congress, Marco Rubio for Senate, Joe Wilson for Congress, Terri Lynn Land for Lt. Governor, South Carolina Victory 2010, Pam Bondi for Attorney General, South Carolina Republican Party, Rob Stutzman, Wolfe Group, Mercury Public Affairs, Palmetto Leadership Council, Republican National Committee, Scott Howell Co., Trey Gowdy for Solicitor, Tom Young for House, Bobby Harrell for House, Scott Ramsey for House, Greg Ryberg for Senate, Republican Party of Florida Victory, South Carolina Senate Republican Caucus, Boone for Sheriff, Creative Communications, Hall and Bowers, South Carolina Medical Association, South Carolina Republican Victory 2010