One national Democratic super PAC is saying it plans to pump $15 million into what they see as key state-level legislative races around the country—$6.2 million of which is projected to flow into Texas House elections.
Texas Justice & Public Safety PAC
Texas Political Action Committee
$140,970Cash on Hand
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|$3,309,739.56||Berlin Rosen LTD|
|$502,000.00||Texas Democratic Party|
|$225,327.35||Lake Research Partners|
|$151,100.00||Anzalone Liszt Grove Research Inc|
|$100,000.00||Texas Organizing Project PAC|
|$88,335.29||Sourced Strategies LLC|
|$64,000.00||Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research|
|$33,400.00||Shield Political Research|
|$28,656.70||Nesbitt & Parrinello Inc|
Texas House District 108, which includes a portion of Dallas, Highland Park, and University Park, is one of the most competitive races in Texas this year. Republican State Rep. Morgan Meyer is seeking a fourth term in office and has been challenged to a rematch by his 2018 rival, Democrat Joanna Cattanach. Meyer held onto the seat in 2018 after a recount by only 220 votes. This razor-thin 0.56 percent margin of victory makes this race a top target of Democrats seeking to flip the Texas House to blue this November.