Texas State Senate District 30 has captured the attention of political spectators across the entire state, as two candidates with markedly different backgrounds vie for the seat in a special runoff election. Early voting began December 9 for the December 19 election.
Texas Medical Association Political Action Committee
Texas Political Action Committee
$382,307Cash on Hand
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|$2,135,494.99||Texas Medical Association Political Action Committee|
|$214,125.00||U.S. Anesthesia Partners of Texas PAC|
|$97,075.00||Greater Houston Anesthesiology PA|
|$88,450.00||South Texas Radiology Group, PA|
|$68,955.00||Radiology Associates of North Texas PA|
|$50,375.00||KS Management Services LLC|
|$28,500.00||Richard Wesley Snyder|
|$25,625.00||Radiology Associates of Tarrant County PA|
|$24,996.80||Faraz A Khan|
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|$330,536.78||The Eppstein Group|
|$162,750.00||Dow Consulting LLC|
|$129,983.63||Texas Medical Association Political Action Committee|
|$86,074.84||Texas Press Service Inc|
Two weeks ago, Transparency USA reported about Forward Majority, a national political action committee (PAC) targeting the Texas House and several other state legislatures with the intent of flipping control to the Democrats ahead of the 2021 redistricting process.
Although disgraced Speaker of the Texas House Dennis Bonnen announced he would not seek reelection, he has not yet resigned, and he remains in control of more than $3.8 million. According to the most recent campaign finance reports released January 15, Bonnen has $824,334.01 in his campaign account and $2,996,243.90 in Texas Leads, a PAC established by Bonnen.