There’s a lot of talk about Texas’ Big Three — Governor Greg Abbott, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, and new Speaker of the House Dennis Bonnen. Considered the three most powerful politicians in Austin, and all conservative Republicans, they made headlines when they declared in January that they would be working as a team to reform property taxes and the school finance system.
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$544,016Cash on Hand
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|$30,000.00||Majed Nachawati II|
|$20,000.00||Michael & Sharon Young|
|$10,500.00||Christopher J Kirk|
|$10,000.00||Allen Nye Jr|
|$10,000.00||The Charles Butt Public Education Political Action Committee|
|$10,000.00||Evelyn (Deedie) Rose|
|$10,000.00||Howard E Rachofsky|
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|$23,275.56||GNI Strategies LLC|
|$18,600.00||Jaimes Deisy Asusena|
|$10,600.00||Oakeshott Condo LLC|
|$10,000.00||Texas Senate Democratic Caucus|
|$5,000.00||Texas Democratic Party|
|$5,000.00||Texas House Democratic Campaign Committee (DISSOLVED)|
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|$780.00||Garland Fire Fighters Community Interest Committee|
Although the seat has been held by Republicans since the early 1980’s, the demographics of this North Texas district have been shifting in favor of Democrats. Hillary Clinton won the district over Donald Trump by 4.7 percentage points, and Democrats are hopeful that Beto-mania will trickle down to help them flip this district to the blue column.