Raising Campaign Cash: Conservatives for Law Enforcement & Border Security

Doing the work of Donald Trump.

State Senator “Money” Mayes Middleton is a wealthy republican spending his own money to win elections. His most recent is the Senate seat in Senate District 11 which covers Harris, Brazoria and Galveston County. From a previous post:

Money Mayes reported a total of $1,685,523. $1,650,000 came from his own deep pockets. Money has own money to spend and has become the sugar daddy of the district. He will probably set up a fund to put another Qanon republican on the CCISD school board. His challengers for SD11 hasn’t raised any money to speak of. Robert Mitchell President of the Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership only raised $1000 and Bianca Gracia raised only $29,000 most coming from in-kind donations.

Money Mayes spend about $2.5 Million to win a House seat in Galveston county which should have cost no more than $400,000 if it was competitive. It wasn’t. He could have simply put his name on the ballot and won easily. Now he is spreading his wealth to other white wing organizations such as the Conservatives for Law Enforcement & Border Security. This PAC raised $629,000 with $500,000 coming from Money Mayes. Other donations came from the following:

Report TypeContributor NameAmount
RUNOFFAsbury ,Debbie20,000.00
RUNOFFMiddleton ,David200,000.00
E08DAYBEFMiddleton ,Mayes50,000.00
E08DAYBEFMiddleton ,Mayes250,000.00
E08DAYBEFMcNeill Mineral Management LLC7,000.00
SEMIJULEllen Troxclair for Texas House58,000.00
SEMIJULBryan Hughes Campaign24,000.00
RUNOFFPublic Blueprint, LLC5,000.00
RUNOFFWayne Christian for Texas15,000.00
629,000.00

One Response to Raising Campaign Cash: Conservatives for Law Enforcement & Border Security

  1. […] from the C Club. $90,000 came from Conservatives for Law Enforcement, a PAC largely funded by local Senator Money Mayes Middleton. $38,000 came from Protect and Serve Texas and $12,000 came from the Texas Latino Conservative PAC. […]

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