Texas House District 47 includes western and part of southern Travis County.
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|$1,000.00||Texans for Gregg Abbott|
|$1,000.00||Travis County Republican PAC|
|$507.66||Justin L Berry Campaign|
|$500.00||Associated Republicans of Texas Campaign Fund|
|$500.00||Carrie Isaac Campaign|
|$500.00||Dawn Buckingham Campaign|
|$450.00||Caritas of Austin|
|$389.70||The Quorum Report|
|$367.04||The Headliners Club of Austin|
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|$1,700.00||Texas Alliance for Life|
|$500.00||Jeffrey Rose||Rose, Jeffrey L. (The Honorable)|
|$440.00||Northwest Austin Republican Women|
|$250.00||Justin L Berry||Berry, Justin L. (Mr.)|
|$150.00||Bill Strieber||Strieber, Bill|
|$65.00||Republican Women of the Hill Country|
|$40.00||Austin Republican Women PAC Fund|
Associated Republicans of Texas‘ (ART) sole mission is to elect Republicans to office in the state of Texas. Tracing its roots back to a meeting in the mid-1970s, ART boasts to having played a pivotal role in turning the state from deep blue to deep red. Legislative outcomes are less of a priority for ART than simply securing as large a majority as possible for Republicans.
Texans for Lawsuit Reform (TLR) is in the business of electing politicians who will vote “correctly” on lawsuit & tort reform issues, while not rocking the boat in the Capitol. They’ve become one of the most powerful and well-known PACs in the state using this model, and show no signs of changing their game plan.