Cory Carlyle
District Court of Appeals (D)
$22,847Cash on Hand
$16,225Total Donations
$22,477Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$4,000.00 Godwin Bowman & Martinez PC ENTITY
$2,500.00 Baron & Blue ENTITY
$2,500.00 Crain Lewis Brogdon LLP ENTITY
$1,500.00 Jackson Walker L.L.P. Political Action Committee ENTITY
$1,000.00 BracewellPAC ENTITY
$1,000.00 Ted B Lyon and Associates PC ENTITY
$800.00 Jeffrey Benton INDIVIDUAL
$500.00 Kelsoe Khoury Rogers & Clark PC ENTITY
$250.00 Charles Brady INDIVIDUAL
$250.00 Matt Kita INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$6,430.58 American Express ENTITY
$1,859.92 Dallam County Democratic Party (P) ENTITY
$1,295.23 Chase Card Services ENTITY
$925.00 Chip LaCorte INDIVIDUAL
$915.00 Dallas Bar Association ENTITY
$765.00 Rockwall County Democratic Party (P) ENTITY
$747.23 AT&T Services Inc ENTITY
$666.33 Culinaire ENTITY
$639.36 World of Decor ENTITY
$529.10 Bluehost ENTITY
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Contributing Writer | 08/14/2017
1.  Governor Greg Abbott ($10,091,875) had quite the haul, raking in more than $10 million in campaign contributions in just twelve days, despite the fact that he has no likely Republican primary challenger or significant Democrat opponent in sight. And he certainly didn’t need the cash – Governor Abbott’s war chest was already one of the largest in the nation; it now registers over $41 million, more than double what he had when he first ran for governor in 2013.
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Contributing Writer | 03/22/2017
The Texas Election Code prohibits incorporated entities – that includes businesses as well as non-profits – from donating to candidates or to political committees that may, in turn, donate to candidates. But other types of businesses, such as partnerships and LLC’s, are generally not subject to that prohibition. So, for example, a review of a judicial candidate’s campaign finances will often show donations from law firms which are organized as limited partnerships. This is allowed under Texas law.