In July, a group of Democratic legislators left Austin, with some traveling to Washington, D.C., in an effort to break the quorum of the Texas Legislature to prevent action on Gov. Greg Abbott’s special session agenda.
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|$1,000,000.00||James D Pitcock Jr|
|$1,000,000.00||Kelcy L Warren|
|$1,000,000.00||Kenny A and Lisa Troutt|
|$1,000,000.00||Michael & Mary Porter|
|$500,000.00||Edward Roski Jr|
|$303,600.00||S Javaid Anwar|
|$267,993.83||John L and Barbara Nau III|
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|$3,665,940.49||Department of US Treasury IRS|
|$159,305.76||Texas Association of Broadcasters|
|$136,951.14||Wells Fargo Bank|
|$120,201.86||Direct Response LLC|
|$115,080.50||Norway Hill Associates Inc|
|$92,000.00||Public Opinion Strategies Inc|
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 2021.
Campaign finance requirements govern the raising and spending of money for political campaigns. While not the only factor in an election’s outcome, successful fundraising can provide a candidate with advantages, such as the ability to boost name recognition and promote a message. In addition, fundraising can indicate enthusiasm for candidates and parties.