Republican Party of Texas
Texas Political Action Committee
$782,138Cash on Hand
$6,888,960Total Contributions
$8,457,361Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$802,600.00 Brett Busby ENTITY
$752,810.00 Nathan Hecht ENTITY
$490,000.00 Ray L and Nancy Hunt INDIVIDUAL
$402,810.00 Jane Bland ENTITY
$350,000.00 James Wright ENTITY
$327,950.00 Pete Flores ENTITY
$260,000.00 Ramona and Lee M Bass INDIVIDUAL
$182,665.04 Jeffrey Boyd ENTITY
$125,000.00 Richard Weekley INDIVIDUAL
$111,000.00 Ryan Sitton ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$3,675,253.57 Dudley Group LLC ENTITY
$415,402.10 Mammoth Marketing Group ENTITY
$378,223.18 Majority Strategies LLC ENTITY
$321,152.12 Neumann & Company ENTITY
$313,245.63 John Doner & Associates Inc ENTITY
$240,000.00 Liftcamp Inc ENTITY
$177,254.59 Highland 211 Ri LLC ENTITY
$120,000.00 Texas Republican County Chairman's Association ENTITY
$99,477.53 FP1 Strategies LLC ENTITY
$75,640.00 Angie Chen Button ENTITY
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Tracy Marshall | 04/22/2021
This article is Part 2 of a four-part series demonstrating how the money in a lobby sector can impact state politics and legislation. We’ve selected the Green Energy sector due to a resurgence of interest in a behind-the-scenes look at renewables following the 2021 snowstorms, but you can follow the money in any industry of interest that is spending lobbying dollars in Austin.
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In session and out, lobbying is by far the biggest source of money in Texas politics. Taxpayers foot a sizable chunk of the bill, accounting for as much as $110 million (over 16 percent of the total reported lobbying money) during the 2020 election cycle time period. Another $70,429,959 (also around 16 percent of the total) has spent using taxpayer dollars in the 2021 so far.
Transparency USA | 02/17/2021
As the 87th Texas legislative session resumes after a two week adjournment, efforts to ban taxpayer-funded (TPF) lobbying are back in the spotlight. Considered priority legislation by the Republican Party of Texas, bills were once again filed by State. Rep. Mayes Middleton (R—Wallisville) in the House, and State Sen. Bob Hall (R—Edgewood) in the Senate.