Joe Straus III

$3,155,552Cash on Hand
$0Total Donations
$716,356Total Expenditures
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$135,000.00 LHP + Company Inc ENTITY
$126,000.00 Gordon Johnson Consult INDIVIDUAL
$90,000.00 Embry Communications ENTITY
$45,924.87 Meredith Brewer INDIVIDUAL
$45,670.85 Tara Korstad INDIVIDUAL
$44,956.64 Department of US Treasury IRS ENTITY
$35,000.00 Hill Research Consultants ENTITY
$28,000.00 Mary Bush INDIVIDUAL
$27,762.69 Chase Card Services ENTITY
$27,000.00 Davis Kaufman, PLLC ENTITY
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This Tuesday, January 28, voters will choose three members of the Texas House of Representatives in the first races of the 2020 season. Ironically, the winners in these races may never cast a vote in the Texas Legislature, as they’ll have to run again in the primary (March) and the general election (November) in order to be seated for the next legislative session in January 2021.
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Transparency USA | 11/17/2017
While Abbott has gotten involved in primary races before, it’s usually to give his stamp of approval to incumbent legislators he believes should return to Austin. Rarely, if ever, does a sitting governor endorse against an incumbent member of his or her own party.