Committee chair fundraising
Texas House of Representatives District 141
$999,491Cash on Hand
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|$30,415.08||Texas REALTORS Political Action Committee|
|$24,500.00||Texas Trial Lawyers Association PAC|
|$10,500.00||The Beer Alliance of Texas Political Action Committee|
|$10,000.00||David J Trone|
|$10,000.00||Mission Business PAC|
|$10,000.00||Texas Nurse Practitioners PAC|
|$7,000.00||Texas Sands PAC|
|$6,000.00||Michael J Warner|
|$6,000.00||Texas Land Developers Association PAC|
|$5,165.08||Wholesale Beer Distributors Of Texas PAC|
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|$126,000.00||Terri Hodge Defense Fund (DISSOLVED)|
|$28,942.17||Absolute Color Mailplex|
|$10,661.64||Superior Blue Strategies Inc|
|$7,500.00||Tropanney Cole Printing|
|$5,750.00||Harris County Democratic Party (P)|
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|$2,500.00||Abel Herrero||Herrero, Abel (The Honorable)|
|$2,500.00||Eddie Morales Jr||Morales Jr., Heriberto (The Honorable)|
|$500.00||Kingwood Area Democrats|
|$500.00||Mihaela Plesa||Plesa, Mihaela E. (Ms.)|
|$135.00||National Democratic Redistricting Committee|
The latest campaign finance reports reveal that the Texas Democrats who broke quorum collected $491,000 between their July 12 departure and the end of the first special session. Over 25 percent of that money came from out-of-state donors.
A solid Democrat seat within Travis County, HD 46 saw five challengers emerge and the incumbent, Dukes, fail to even make the runoff. The two frontrunners were former Austin Mayor Pro Tem Sheryl Cole and immigration attorney Jose “Chito” Vela, also serving in local government as a planning commissioner for the City of Austin. Vela squeaked out a narrow lead during the first round of ballots with 39.52% to Cole’s 38.23%. But as is frequently the case in runoff elections, the candidate in second place in after the primary more often than not wins the runoff; Cole eventually won by a mere 183 votes.