Matt Shaheen
Texas House of Representatives District 66
$623,574Cash on Hand
$160,941Total Donations
$95,742Total Expenditures
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Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$10,000.00 Rex Deb & Gore INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Centerpointe Energy PAC ENTITY
$5,000.00 Darwin A Deason INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Harlan R Crow INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Lauril and Erle A Nye Jr INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Montgomery J Bennett INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 The Chickasaw Nation ENTITY
$3,500.00 Michael J Warner INDIVIDUAL
$3,500.00 Rural Friends of Texas Electric Cooperatives ENTITY
$3,000.00 Blackridge Consulting LLP ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$37,000.00 Matt Shaheen INDIVIDUAL
$19,000.00 Berry Communications ENTITY
$3,963.72 Campaign Advocacy Management Professionals LLC ENTITY
$3,389.88 MailChimp ENTITY
$3,250.00 Collin County Republican Party (P) ENTITY
$2,750.00 Antonio Mireles INDIVIDUAL
$2,539.89 La Meglio ENTITY
$2,500.00 #PROJECTREDTX ENTITY
$2,000.00 Amy Rattleff INDIVIDUAL
$2,000.00 Ashley Biard INDIVIDUAL
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Top Loans
Amount
Lender
Type
$500,000.00Matt ShaheenINDIVIDUAL
$37,000.00Matt ShaheenINDIVIDUAL
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Top Personal Donations

From reports filed by the recipients of these funds, it appears these transactions originated from personal rather than campaign accounts.

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As the 87th Texas legislative session resumes after a two week adjournment, efforts to ban taxpayer-funded (TPF) lobbying are back in the spotlight. Considered priority legislation by the Republican Party of Texas, bills were once again filed by State. Rep. Mayes Middleton (R—Wallisville) in the House, and State Sen. Bob Hall (R—Edgewood) in the Senate.
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