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Who Raised How Much for Texas Primary Races?

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    NEWSLETTERS

    State Sen. Wendy Davis (D) and Texas Attorney Gneeral Greg Abbott (R) are both running for governor of Texas.

    A look at the amounts raised by the top candidates for statewide office in Texas during the last half of 2013. There are no limits on campaign contributions in Texas. The party primary elections are on March 4.

    Governor's race:
     Greg Abbott, Republican, $11.5 million raised, $27 million cash-on-hand
     Wendy Davis, Democrat, $12.2 million raised, $9.5 million cash-on-hand

    Lieutenant Governor's race:
     Todd Staples, Republican, $2 million raised, $3.1 million cash-on-hand
     Dan Patrick, Republican, $1.7 million raised, $3.1 million cash-on-hand
     David Dewhurst, Republican, $2.32 million raised, $1.4 million cash-on-hand
     Jerry Patterson, Republican, unavailable
     Leticia Van de Putte, Democrat, unavailable

    Attorney General's race:
     Dan Branch, Republican, $1.9 million raised, $4.9 million cash-on-hand
     Barry Smitherman, Republican, $1.7 million raised, $2.1 million cash-on-hand
     Ken Paxton, Republican, unavailable
     Sam Houston, raised, unavailable

    State Comptroller's Race:
     Glenn Hegar, Republican, $1.1 million raised, $2.57 million cash-on-hand
     Harvey Hilderbran, Republican, $700,000 raised, $1.34 million cash-on-hand
     Raul Torres, Republican, unavailable
     Debra Medina, Republican, $80,000 raised, $52,000 cash-on-hand
     Mike Collier, Democrat, $614,000 raised, $439,000 cash-on-hand