In Texas, state-level candidates have raised $424.7 million between Jan. 1, 2021, and Oct. 29, 2022. Democratic candidates have raised $138.9 million and Republican candidates have raised $281.8 million.
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|$3,063,500.00||S Javaid Anwar|
|$2,000,000.00||Edward Roski Jr|
|$2,000,000.00||Kenny A and Lisa Troutt|
|$1,500,000.00||James D Pitcock Jr|
|$1,361,400.00||Gary H Martin|
|$1,250,000.00||Kelcy L Warren|
|$1,250,000.00||Michael & Mary Porter|
|$1,035,000.00||Melinda and Jeffery D Hildebrand|
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|$55,034,756.23||CrossRoads Media LLC|
|$33,766,025.08||Cross Screen Media|
|$12,969,308.22||Camelback Strategy Group|
|$3,724,433.49||Department of US Treasury IRS|
|$1,740,232.72||Direct Response LLC|
|$1,020,023.42||US Postal Service|
When it comes to the money in Texas politics, these are the names that you are viewing the most. See the top five entities in each category (Candidates, Donors, Lobbyist Clients, Lobbyists, PACs, and Payees) that generated the greatest interest in Q3 of 2022.
In Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott is the number one fundraiser in state politics in the 2022 election cycle so far. According to the most recent campaign finance reports made to the Texas Ethics Commission, the governor received $69,538,463 in total contributions and spent $68,042,038 between January 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022. Abbott is running for re-election in 2022.