Chris Paddie
House of Representatives (R)
$325,226Cash on Hand
$611,571Total Donations
$557,803Total Expenditures
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$133,386.42 Murphy Nasica & Associates ENTITY
$65,276.71 Lilly & Company ENTITY
$50,000.00 Leading Texas Forward PAC ENTITY
$41,795.85 The Catherine Apartments ENTITY
$41,204.35 Chase Bank Visa ENTITY
$26,430.75 Citibank ENTITY
$25,000.00 Chris Paddie Campaign ENTITY
$24,221.49 John Buxie II INDIVIDUAL
$11,803.77 Facebook ENTITY
$6,900.00 Joe Crisp INDIVIDUAL
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Contributing Writer | 06/21/2018
A small business owner and Air Force veteran, Matt Beebe twice before ran unsuccessfully against Speaker Straus; the 2018 primary was his third attempt at the HD 121 seat. Steve Allison, a 71-year old lawyer, received the backing of the liberal outgoing Speaker. The primary race in March saw six candidates vying for the seat, with Beebe finishing first at 29.56% and Allison close on his heels netting 26.34% of the first round of ballots. Ultimately, in the runoff, Allison was able to marshal enough resources and support from the district to overtake Beebe.
Contributing Writer | 06/05/2018
Ultimately, Buckley was successful in knocking off Cosper in what was widely seen as one of the most surprising upsets of the 2018 Election Cycle thus far.
Contributing Writer | 05/08/2017
During the previous two legislative sessions, Tesla’s lobbying efforts failed. First, Tesla’s adversaries in the established auto-dealer industry were well-funded and well-organized. Second, lawmakers didn’t like the fact that Tesla’s proposed bill essentially created a “carve-out” for them, but no one else.