Rep. Allan Ritter District 21 (R-Nederland)
Sources of Income
Ritter is the president of Ritter Lumber Company and Triple R Brothers. He also runs a ranch.
He owns mineral rights on eight parcels of land in Panola.
Residence in Nederland valued at $386,030
Two acres of land in Sabine County
- Texas Democratic Party: $199,377
- Bob Perry: $69,500
- Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC: $61,525
- TREPAC/Texas Association of Realtors PAC: $49,000
- HILLCO PAC: $33,000
- Homepac of Texas Inc.: $31,450
- TEXPAC: $17,570
- ENPAC Texas State: $17,000
- Texas Dental Association (DenPac): $16,500
- Texas House Leadership Fund: $14,500
The Beaumont Enterprise reported in 2004 that then-Democrat Ritter's largest single donation, of $30,000, had come from Texans for Lawsuit Reform, which supported tort reform legislation that Ritter helped pass in 2003.
Ritter was fined $1,000 by the Texas Ethics Commission in 2006 after he filed an amended report saying that he had received gifts worth more than $250 from members of a committee he chaired. He correctly reported committee gifts in 2010 and 2011.