Sid Miller, who is seeking a second term as Texas Agriculture Commissioner, fought off two challengers in the March Republican primary. Miller won with approximately 56% of the vote, fending off Jim Hogan, who ran against Miller in 2014 as a Democrat, as well as conservative lobbyist Trey Blocker. Miller is being challenged in November by Kim Olson, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel.
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|$62,238.15||Visa Marriott Credit Card|
|$34,000.00||Todd Smith & Associates|
|$23,785.00||Kauf Services and Solutions LLC|
|$9,607.50||Vici Media Group|
|$6,356.01||Wishlist Direct / VoterDirect Texas|
|$6,217.27||Trinity Tek Inc|
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|$210.00||Canyon Lake Republican Women PAC|
|$118.95||Texas Federation of Republican Women PAC|
|$110.00||Salado Area Republican Women|
|$105.00||Cherry Tree Republicans PAC|
|$100.00||Johnson County Republican Women's PAC|
|$100.00||San Antonio Republican Women|
While Abbott has gotten involved in primary races before, it’s usually to give his stamp of approval to incumbent legislators he believes should return to Austin. Rarely, if ever, does a sitting governor endorse against an incumbent member of his or her own party.