Committee chair fundraising
Texas House of Representatives District 58
$295,961Cash on Hand
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|$10,913.92||Texas Farm Bureau AGFUND|
|$6,000.00||Texas REALTORS Political Action Committee|
|$5,000.00||Arnold & Itkin LLP|
|$5,000.00||The Charles Butt Public Education Political Action Committee|
|$5,000.00||Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC|
|$5,000.00||A&M Political Action Committee|
|$5,000.00||Texas Deer Association Political Action Committee|
|$5,000.00||Trevor L Ahlberg|
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|$6,000.00||Tarleton State University Foundation Inc|
|$5,956.43||Aggregated Unitemized Expenditures|
|$5,900.00||Johnson County Livestock Show|
|$4,750.00||Cleburne Pregnancy Center|
|$3,604.73||Wildgoose Manufacturing and Mail Order|
|$2,990.38||Campaign Reporting Solutions LLC|
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|$2,500.00||Dade Phelan||Phelan, Matthew M. (The Honorable)|
|$2,500.00||Kyle Kacal||Kacal, Kyle J. (The Honorable)|
|$2,000.00||John Wray||Wray, John C. (The Honorable)|
|$2,000.00||Lacey Hull||Hull, Lacey M. (The Honorable)|
|$1,000.00||Andy Murr||Murr, Andrew S. (The Honorable)|
|$1,000.00||Brooks Frederick Landgraf||Landgraf, Brooks Frederick (The Honorable)|
|$1,000.00||Ernest Bailes IV||Bailes IV, Ernest J. (The Honorable)|
|$500.00||David Spiller||Spiller, David L. (Mr.)|
|$500.00||John Lujan III||Lujan III, John (Mr.)|
|$500.00||Justin Holland||Holland, Justin A. (The Honorable)|
Texas Medical Association (TMA) advocates on behalf of thousands of doctors and physicians across the state of Texas. Specifically, their PAC works to elect legislators who will work with the medical community to increase the level of state spending on medical services and programs, as well as pass legislation capitalizing on federal programs to secure more dollars coming to Texas from Washington, D.C.
Associated Republicans of Texas‘ (ART) sole mission is to elect Republicans to office in the state of Texas. Tracing its roots back to a meeting in the mid-1970s, ART boasts to having played a pivotal role in turning the state from deep blue to deep red. Legislative outcomes are less of a priority for ART than simply securing as large a majority as possible for Republicans.