Why Texans Should Care About Redistricting
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Texas Political Action Committee
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|$500,000.00||Chevron Policy Government and Public Affairs|
|$500,000.00||Energy Transfer Partners|
|$500,000.00||Pioneer Natural Resources USA Inc|
|$500,000.00||Valero Energy Corporation|
|$300,000.00||Ovintiv Services Inc|
|$200,000.00||Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc|
|$10,000.00||QEP Resources Inc|
|$3,584.75||Texas Oil & Gas Association Texas Energy PAC|
We are proud to announce our new feature, Battleground 2020: Texas House of Representatives. From today until the November elections, we will bring you clear, easy-to-understand analysis of the 27 races that were decided by less than 10 percentage points in 2018, making them Texas 2020 battleground elections.
In Texas politics, the real financial powerhouse is not the money given by individuals and political action committees (PACs) — it’s lobbying. In fact, in the last election cycle, the money spent on lobbying exceeded all money donated to Texas candidates and PACs by more than $100,000,000.