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 | 06/22/2020

Texas House District 97 includes southwest Tarrant County. In 2018, Republican incumbent Craig Goldman won re-election by 8.33 percentage points. Goldman will face newcomer Democrat Elizabeth Beck in November. (Updated 10/14/20) Elizabeth Beck (D) Craig Goldman (R) Totals Total Money Raised $810,057 $791,556 Total Number of Donations 8,723 886 Average Donation Amount $92.86 $893.40 In-District …

Contributing Writer | 06/22/2020

Texas House District 121 includes a portion of San Antonio and Bexar County. In 2018, Republican Steve Allison was re-elected by 8.44 percentage points. Allison’s 2018 Democrat challenger Celina Montoya is back for a rematch this November. (Updated 10/14/20) Celina D. Montoya (D) Steve Allison (R) Totals Total Money Raised $607,889 $769,033 Total Number of …

Contributing Writer | 06/22/2020

Texas House District 94 includes a portion of Arlington and other communities in Tarrant County. Republican Tony Tinderholt was re-elected to the seat in 2018 by 8.58 percentage points. Newcomer Democrat Alisa Simmons will challenge Tinderholt this November. (Updated 10/14/20) Alisa Simmons (D) Tony Tinderholt (R) Totals Total Money Raised $251,595 $391,299 Total Number of …

Contributing Writer | 06/22/2020

Texas House District 105 includes Irving and Grand Prairie. In 2018, Democrat Terry Meza flipped the seat from Republican incumbent Rodney Anderson, winning by 9.48 percentage points. Meza will face newcomer Republican Gerson Hernandez in November. (Updated 10/14/20) Thresa “Terry” Meza (D) Gerson Hernandez (R) Totals Total Money Raised $142,044 $47,659 Total Number of Donations …

Contributing Writer | 06/21/2020

Texas House District 136 includes Northwest Austin, Cedar Park, Leander, and Brushy Creek. In 2018, Democrat John H. Bucy flipped the seat from Republican incumbent Tony Dale, winning by 9.64 percent. Bucy is seeking re-election and will face Republican challenger Mike Guevara in November. (Updated 10/14/20) John H. Bucy, III (D) (I) Mike Guevara (R) …