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Political Contribution and Expenditure Totals
The total political contributions and expenditures, as reported by candidates, officeholders, and political committees, are listed below. These totals can be found on the report cover sheet page 2 boxes 2 and 4 respectively.
Most individuals or entities filing campaign finance reports with the Texas Ethics Commission (TEC) are required to file reports electronically unless the individual or entity is eligible to claim a statutory exemption. See Who Has To File Electronically? for statutory exemption information.
All reports filed on paper after July 2010 can be viewed in PDF format. However, only the total amounts are viewable for paper-filed reports filed previous to 2010.
Total Contributions Maintained as of the Last Day of the Reporting Period
Total Contributions Maintained as of the last day of the reporting period is also referred to as cash on hand. This total can be found on cover sheet page 2 box 5 of the report.
Monthly PAC reports are due by the 5th of each month. A monthly report covers a period beginning the 26th day of one month (except for the first monthly report) and ending on the 25th day of the next month. The report for that period is due by the 5th day of the month after the month in which the reporting period ends. See When To File Monthly Reports for examples and information. Monthly reports must be filed regardless of whether the political committee accepted any contributions or expenditures during the reporting period.
A candidate who did not select modified reporting and is opposed in an upcoming election must file reports of contributions and expenditures by the 3th day and the 8th day before an election. Election data is captured only for general and primary elections. Data is sorted by name unless followed by * which has the data sorted by amount. Consult the Campaign Finance Guides for more information regarding this requirement.
|Election Type||8 Days Before||30 Days Before|
|Primary, 2020||Due 02/24/2020||Due 02/03/2020|
|General, 2018||Due 10/29/2018||Due 10/09/2018|
|Primary, 2018||Due 02/26/2018||Due 02/05/2018|
|General, 2016||Due 10/31/2016||Due 10/11/2016|
|Primary, 2016||Due 02/22/2016 *||Due 02/01/2016 *|
|General, 2014||Due 10/27/2014||Due 10/06/2014|
|Primary, 2014||Due 02/24/2014||Due 02/03/2014|
|General, 2012||Due 10/29/2012||Due 10/09/2012|
|Primary, 2012||Due 05/21/2012||Due 04/30/2012|
|General, 2010||Due 10/25/2010||Due 10/04/2010|
|Primary, 2010||Due 02/22/2010||Due 02/01/2010|
|General, 2008||Due 10/27/2008||Due 10/06/2008|
|Primary, 2008||Due 02/25/2008||Due 02/04/2008|
|General, 2006||Due 10/30/2006||Due 10/10/2006|
|Primary, 2006||Due 02/27/2006||Due 02/06/2006|
Candidate and Officeholders with treasurer appointments on file must file reports of contributions and expenditures twice a year in January and July regardless of whether they accepted contributions or expenditures during the filing period.
|Year||January Reports||July Reports|
|2019||Due 01/15/2019||Due 07/15/2019|
|2018||Due 01/18/2018 (Extended due to inclement weather)||Due 07/16/2018|
|2017||Due 01/17/2017||Due 07/17/2017|
|2016||Due 01/15/2016||Due 07/15/2016|
|2015||Due 01/15/2015||Due 07/15/2015|
|2014||Due 01/15/2014||Due 07/15/2014|
|2013||Due 01/15/2013||Due 07/15/2013|
|2012||Due 01/17/2012||Due 07/16/2012|
|2011||Due 01/18/2011||Due 07/20/2011|
|2010||Due 01/15/2010||Due 07/15/2010|
|2009||Due 01/15/2009||Due 07/15/2009|
|2008||Due 01/15/2008||Due 07/15/2008|
|2007||Due 01/16/2007||Due 07/16/2007|
|2006||Due 01/17/2006||Due 07/17/2006|
Direct Campaign Expenditure Reports
Filed On Or After January 1, 2010
Active Campaign Filer Lists
The following list is comprised of active PACs with current Campaign Treasurer Appointments on file with the Texas Ethics Commission. This list is sorted by PAC name and is updated daily.
- Dennis H. Bonnen
- Travis P. Clardy (Withdrawn 01/02/2019)
- Drew Darby (Withdrawn 11/13/2018)
- Eric L. Johnson (Withdrawn 11/27/2018)
- Phil King (Withdrawn 01/04/2019)
- Nathaniel W. Parker, IV (Withdrawn 12/28/2018)
- Walter T. "Four" Price, IV
- Joe R. Straus, III (Withdrawn 10/25/2017)
- John M. Zerwas (Withdrawn 10/29/2018)
The following list is comprised of active caucuses that have filed a written notice on legislative letterhead with the Texas Ethics Commission when they are formed. This list is sorted by Caucus name and is updated monthly.
Pursuant to Sec. 254.1581, Chapter 254, Title 15, Election Code, an out-of-state political committee is required to file reports for each reporting period under Subchapter F, Chapter 254, Election Code, in which the out-of-state political committee accepts political contributions or makes political expenditures in connection with a state or local election in Texas. Section 254.1581, Election Code, applies to a report required to be filed under this section. Ethics Commission rule § 20.13 states that an out-of-state political committee that files reports electronically in another jurisdiction may comply with Section 254.1581, Election Code, by sending a letter to the commission within the time prescribed by that section specifying in detail where the electronic report may be found on the website of the agency with which the out-of-state political committee is required to file its reports. An out-of-state political committee that does not file reports electronically in another jurisdiction may comply with Section 254.1581, Election Code, by sending a copy of the cover sheets of the report and a copy of each page on which the committee reports a contribution or expenditure accepted or made in connection with a state or local election in Texas. The dates listed below the committee reflect the date the document was received by TEC.
Political committees who have submitted a TA indicating that the committee intends to accept corporate and/or labor contributions. These PACs file GPAC, MPAC, SPAC, JSPAC, or SCSPAC reports.
Political committees who have submitted a statement indicating that the committee intends to act as a direct campaign expenditure only committee are commonly referred to as Super PACs. These PACs file GPAC/MPAC reports.
Governor For A Day & Speaker's Reunion Day Reports
Chapter 303 of the Government Code regulates contributions and expenditures for a Governor For A Day ceremony. The chairperson responsible for conducting the ceremony is responsible for keeping records and filing reports required under this chapter.
Chapter 303 of the Government Code regulates contributions and expenditures for a Speaker's Reunion Day ceremony. The chairperson responsible for conducting the ceremony is responsible for keeping records and filing reports required under this chapter.