Voters in Dallas have selected two candidates — Texas State Representative Eric Johnson and Dallas attorney Scott Griggs — to advance to a runoff in hopes of replacing outgoing, term-limited Mayor Mike Rawlings. Johnson and Griggs emerged from a crowded field of nine candidates, but the road was neither easy nor cheap.
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|$1,500.00||Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre|
|$1,000.00||Guadalupe Basin Coalition/Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce|
|$1,000.00||Howard Payne University|
|$1,000.00||New Braunfels Community Foundation|
|$1,000.00||Texas State University Development Foundation|
|$500.00||John Kuempel Campaign|
|$300.00||100 Club of Comal County|
|$125.00||New Braunfels Public Library Foundation|
|$100.00||Comal County Fair Association|
Rather than examining voting records or how “conservative” a legislator might be, ART simply works to ensure Republicans hold as many offices at the state level as possible. Since the early 2000’s, ART has definitively sided with the more establishment wing of the Republican Party, preferring legislators who focus on the budget rather than what some might consider “hot button” political issues.