Non-judicial candidates are allowed to receive unlimited contributions per individual donor, per election cycle. Judicial candidates are limited to accepting maximum contributions of $5,000 per donor.
Candidates are allowed to receive unlimited contributions per political action committee (PAC), per election cycle.
Candidates may make unlimited contributions to their own campaign from their personal funds.
Candidates may not accept contributions from a super PAC, corporation, or union.
Candidates are required to file detailed reports of their campaign donations and expenditures. Transparency USA provides accurate, searchable data within days of its release by the Texas Ethics Commission.
July 5, 2020 – Runoff Election Reports
July 10, 2020 – 2nd Quarter Lobbying Reports
July 15, 2020 – Semi-Annual Data
October 5, 2020 – 30 Days Pre-Election Reports
October13, 2020 – 3rd Quarter Lobbying Reports
October 26, 2020 – 8 Days Pre-Election Reports
January 11, 2021 – 4th Quarter Lobbying Data
Texas statewide office holders serve four-year terms and are up for reelection in non-presidential election years.
The Texas state legislature meets every two years in odd numbered years for a six-month session.
Texas House Representatives serve two-year terms.
Texas State Senators serve four-year terms.
Texas has no limits on the number of terms a politician may serve.