The last campaign finance reports to be filed by Texas state-level candidates before Election Tuesday were due October 26 to the Texas Ethics Commission. With that latest update, all available pre-election campaign finance data for the 2020 election cycle is now included in Transparency USA’s Texas database.
Texas Political Action Committee
$249,913Cash on Hand
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|$622,005.82||The Collier Committee|
|$267,289.94||Lina Hidalgo Campaign|
|$255,646.28||Adrian Garcia Campaign|
|$234,565.52||Joe S Jaworski|
|$213,711.24||Rodney G Ellis Harris County Commissioner|
|$202,097.39||Brown, Andy S. (Mr.)|
|$167,709.18||Rideshare 2 Vote|
|$163,234.98||Actblue Technical Services|
|$127,699.32||Boot Texas Republicans|
Why Texans Should Care About Redistricting
Texas candidates just filed their semiannual campaign finance reports, giving voters a behind-the-scenes look into their fundraising as they head into the final stretch before the November elections.