The most closely watched battle in Texas state-level politics is the effort by Democrats to flip the Texas House to blue this November. If Democrats can hold the 12 seats they gained in 2018 and take nine more, they will control the Texas House for the first time in more than two decades. The upcoming redistricting process, set to happen in 2021, redraws the legislative maps for both state and federal legislatures and makes this election even more consequential.
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$314,593Cash on Hand
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|$92,651.51||House Democratic Campaign Committee|
|$40,000.00||Texas House Majority PAC|
|$22,000.00||Steve & Amber Mostyn|
|$20,000.00||Lone Star Project Federal|
|$19,000.00||Flippable Texas Victory Fund|
|$17,584.14||Powered by People|
|$12,500.00||Laminack Pirtle & Martines LLP|
|$11,645.73||Fair Shot Texas PAC|
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|$246,003.09||Grant Martin Campaigns dba Storefront Politics|
|$40,956.61||Strong Strategies LLC|
|$18,750.00||Lake Research Partners|
Texas House District 134 includes Bellaire, Southside Place, West University Place, and a portion of Houston.
This Tuesday, January 28, voters will choose three members of the Texas House of Representatives in the first races of the 2020 season. Ironically, the winners in these races may never cast a vote in the Texas Legislature, as they’ll have to run again in the primary (March) and the general election (November) in order to be seated for the next legislative session in January 2021.