Following the last legislative session, conservative activists and donors across Texas expressed dismay with what they believed to be lackluster results. We’ve reported the reasons for the general discontent from the Republican base here and here, as well as their veiled threats to put away their checkbooks.
Texas House of Representatives District 73
$64,495Cash on Hand
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|$155,713.90||Empower Texans PAC (DISSOLVED)|
|$20,000.00||Ronald D Urbanczyk|
|$12,000.00||Texas Right To Life PAC|
|$10,000.00||William & Luz Scripps|
|$9,406.59||Texas House Republican Caucus PAC|
|$7,500.00||Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC|
|$7,000.00||Michael & Marika Olcott|
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|$37,375.00||Macias Strategies LLC|
|$31,904.00||Anthem Media Inc|
|$10,155.40||US Postal Service|
|$9,200.00||Bremer Management LLC|
|$8,750.00||Robert E Cornelius|
|$7,001.63||Texas House Republican Caucus PAC|
|$6,090.76||AMLI Eastside Apartments|
|$5,991.62||JTD Strategies LLC|
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From reports filed by the recipients of these funds, it appears these transactions originated from personal rather than campaign accounts.
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Empower Texans (ET) is the standard bearer of conservative PACs in the state of Texas. While they do not directly lobby for specific pieces of legislation, ET does push for more conservative representation in Austin. They often claim that rather than looking to secure a seat at the table of power, they instead are working to get rid of the table altogether.
Texas Right to Life (TRTL) is the largest, and oldest pro-life advocacy group in the state of Texas. Their political arm lobbies legislators during the legislative session to enact conservative reforms on life issues, while their PAC works during campaign season to elect conservatives and defeat Republicans they deem unwilling to stand for life.