Ryan Guillen
House of Representatives (D)
$526,471Cash on Hand
$467,081Total Donations
$313,499Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$49,996.87 Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ENTITY
$30,000.00 Border Health PAC ENTITY
$25,000.00 Texas REALTORS PAC (DISSOLVED) ENTITY
$12,000.00 Texas Trial Lawyers Association PAC ENTITY
$10,000.00 Legacy 44 ENTITY
$7,771.23 Charter Schools Now PAC ENTITY
$5,100.00 Mario Guerra INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Anne Marie and Robert L Trone INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Edward Knight INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Farmers Employee & Agent PAC of Texas ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$60,258.61 Alamo Mailing Company ENTITY
$59,607.14 Chase Card Services ENTITY
$36,678.81 Prestige Printing LLC ENTITY
$19,453.50 US Postal Service ENTITY
$18,500.00 Jonathan Wilson INDIVIDUAL
$17,568.40 Print Mail Pro ENTITY
$7,952.24 Ryan Guillen INDIVIDUAL
$7,213.01 InFocus Campaigns LLC ENTITY
$5,529.90 Ryan Guillen INDIVIDUAL
$5,000.00 Colin Strother INDIVIDUAL
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Contributing Writer | 05/14/2018
Guillen hasn’t made many waves in Austin during his tenure as a state representative, a fact which contributed to Garza’s challenge. Her critiques of Guillen centered on what she deemed a lack of rocking the boat, and an insistence on going along with the crowd. Despite her strong performance, voters ultimately decided they preferred Guillen’s approach, and he won reelection.
Contributing Writer | 07/12/2017
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.
Contributing Writer | 05/08/2017
During the previous two legislative sessions, Tesla’s lobbying efforts failed. First, Tesla’s adversaries in the established auto-dealer industry were well-funded and well-organized. Second, lawmakers didn’t like the fact that Tesla’s proposed bill essentially created a “carve-out” for them, but no one else.