Texas politicians and PACs are required to file reports with the Texas Ethics Commission listing all their campaign contributions and expenditures. The most recent reports — which include all transactions for the last half of 2018 — were just released. Two major things to pay attention to in these reports: 1) final numbers on both donations and spending for the 2018 Election Cycle, and 2) perhaps even more interesting, a list of all donations made to Texas politicians after the election.
House of Representatives (R)
$81,469Cash on Hand
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|$45,309.66||Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC|
|$15,000.00||Texas Leads PAC|
|$12,500.00||Texas REALTORS PAC (DISSOLVED)|
|$12,250.00||San Jacinto Republican Women|
|$7,500.00||Bay Area Republican Women|
|$6,000.00||Political Action Committee for Engineers|
|$6,000.00||State Farm Agents Political Action Committee|
|$5,000.00||Farmers Employee & Agent PAC of Texas|
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|$334,618.88||The Yates Company|
|$13,000.00||The What's Up Radio Program|
|$12,228.00||Larry M Hicks CPA|
|$10,000.00||Conservative Media Properties LLC|
|$10,000.00||Conservative Republicans of Harris County|
|$4,686.50||South Belt-Ellington Leader|
|$4,438.25||Sprint 2 Print|
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Texans for Lawsuit Reform (TLR) is in the business of electing politicians who will vote “correctly” on lawsuit & tort reform issues, while not rocking the boat in the Capitol. They’ve become one of the most powerful and well-known PACs in the state using this model, and show no signs of changing their game plan.