For the first time in nearly two decades, Democrats believe they have a real chance to take control of the Texas House, and with it, control of the all-important redistricting process. These articles offer clear analysis and up-to-the-minute reports on the race to raise campaign cash in the battle to control the Texas House.
Contributing Writer | 10/14/2020

Texas House District 108 includes a northern portion of Dallas, including Highland Park and University Park.  In 2018, Republican Morgan Meyer fended off a challenge from Democrat Joanna Cattanach by 0.28 percentage points. These two candidates will square off again this November. (Updated 10/14/2020) Joanna Cattanach (D) Morgan Meyer (R) (I) Totals Total Money Raised …

Contributing Writer | 10/14/2020

Texas House District 66 includes portions of Dallas and Plano. Republican incumbent Matt Shaheen was re-elected to the seat in 2018 by 0.58 percentage points. Shaheen’s 2018 opponent, Sharon Hirsch, is returning for a rematch. (Updated 10/14/20) Sharon Hirsch (D) Matt Shaheen (R) Totals Total Money Raised $700,020 $443,912 Total Number of Donations 9,870 276 …

Contributing Writer | 10/14/2020

Texas House District 112 includes portions of Dallas, Garland, Richardson, Rowlett, Sachse, and Wylie. In 2018, Republican Angie Chen Button won re-election to the seat by 2.08 percentage points. Button’s 2018 Democrat opponent, Brandy K. Chambers, is back for a rematch. (Updated 10/14/20) Brandy K. Chambers (D) Angie Chen Button (R) Totals Total Money Raised …

Contributing Writer | 10/14/2020

Texas House District 67 includes portions of Allen, Dallas, Plano, and Richardson. In 2018, Republican Jeff Leach won re-election by 2.3 percentage points. Leach will face Democrat Lorenzo Sanchez in November. (Updated 10/14/20) Lorenzo Sanchez (D) Jeff Leach (R) (I) Totals Total Money Raised $821,212 $1,078,526 Total Number of Donations 15,204 656 Average Donation Amount …

Contributing Writer | 10/14/2020

Texas House District 65 includes portions of Carrollton, Dallas, Highland Village, and Lewisville in Denton County. Democrat Michelle Beckley flipped the seat to the blue column in 2018, winning by 2.32 percentage points. Newcomer Republican Kronda Thimesch will challenge Beckley this November. (Updated 10/14/20) Michelle Beckley (D) Kronda Thimesch (R) Totals Total Money Raised $377,323 …