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$306,507Cash on Hand
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|$5,000.00||Armstrong Lee & Baker LLP|
|$5,000.00||Aza Law Firm|
|$5,000.00||Blackwell Law Firm|
|$5,000.00||Jacklyn A and Scott H Freeman|
|$5,000.00||Jason & Kisha Itkin|
|$5,000.00||Jim S Adler|
|$5,000.00||Lowenberg Law Firm PLLC|
|$5,000.00||Muhammad Suleiman Aziz|
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|$21,625.19||Chase Card Services|
|$1,557.71||Monarch Printing Co Inc|
|$1,500.00||Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast|
|$1,368.95||Aggregated Unitemized Expenditures|
|$1,035.00||La Rosa Blanca|
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Top Personal Contributions
From reports filed by the recipients of these funds, it appears these transactions originated from personal rather than campaign accounts.
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|$1,000.00||Area 5 Democratic Club|
|$120.00||Baytown Area Democrats|
|$100.00||Houston Black American Democrats Political Action Committee|
|$60.00||Harris County Democratic Party (CEC)|
|$50.00||River Oaks Area Democratic Women|
|$20.00||Greater Height Democratic Club|
|$20.00||Texas Democratic Women of the Harris County Metro Area|
Neave, first elected to the Texas House in 2016, flipped the seat to the Democrat column after defeating then-incumbent Ken Sheets (R). She was off to an auspicious beginning, earning the distinction “Freshman of the Year” by the Texas House Democratic Caucus and “Elected Official of the Year” by the Texas Democratic Women. In December, 2017, however, Neave had an embarrassing and disturbing run-in with the Dallas Police Department after she crashed her BMW into a tree and was found with a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit.
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.