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Pannill Fletcher Winning Cash Race in TX-07 Runoff

In TX-32, Colin Allred outspent and had more cash on hand than Lillian Salerno.

May 11, 2018, 10:10 a.m.

Pre-runoff reports were due Thursday night ahead of Texas’s May 22 contests.

The top lines: Trial attorney Lizzie Pannill Fletcher (D) outraised and ended with $280,000 more in the bank than activist Laura Moser (D) in the race to face Rep. John Culberson (R-07). And in the race against Rep. Pete Sessions (R-32), former NFL player Colin Allred (R) outspend Former Agriculture Department appointee Lillian Salerno (D) and ended with $100,000 more cash on hand.

The full results:

COMPETITIVE SEATS
TX-07: Rep. John Culberson (R)

Laura Moser - $132,000 raised; $144,000 spent; $80,000 CoH. (FEC)
Lizzie Pannill Fletcher - $175,000 raised; $204,000 spent; $363,000 CoH. (FEC)

TX-23: Rep. Will Hurd (R)

Former Air Force intelligence officer Gina Ortiz Jones (D) - $186,000 raised; $92,000 spent; $416,000 CoH. (FEC)
Teacher Rick Trevino (D) had not filed as of Friday morning.

TX-32: Rep. Pete Sessions (R)

Colin Allred - $173,000 raised; $130,000 spent; $263,000 CoH. (FEC)
Lillian Salerno - $70,000 raised; $69,000 spent; $158,000 CoH. (FEC)

OPEN SEATS

TX-02: Rep. Ted Poe (R) retiring

State Rep. Kevin Roberts (R) - $160 raised; $191,000 spent; $108,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former Navy SEAL Daniel Crenshaw (R) - $247,000 raised; $181,000 spent; $145,000 CoH. (FEC)

TX-05: Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R) retiring

State Rep. Lance Gooden (R) - $122,000 raised; $140,000 spent; $101,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former Hensarling Campaign Manager Bunni Pounds (R) - $148,000 raised; $222,000 spent; $97,000 CoH. (FEC)

TX-06: Rep. Joe Barton (R) retiring

Tarrant County Tax Assessor-Collector Ron Wright (R) - $64,000 raised; $25,000 spent; $49,000 CoH. (FEC)
Retired Naval aviator Jake Ellzey (R) - $39,000 raised; $48,000 spent; $15,000 CoH. (FEC)

TX-21: Rep. Lamar Smith (R) retiring

Former senatorial Chief of Staff Chip Roy (R) - $189,000 raised; $205,000 spent; $226,000 CoH. (FEC)
2016 candidate Matt McCall (R) - $66,000 raised; $52,000 spent; $79,000 CoH. (FEC)

Army veteran Joseph Kopser (D) - $74,000 raised; $120,000 spent; $232,000 CoH. (FEC)
Minister Mary Street Wilson (D) - $27,000 raised; $38,000 spent; $10,000 CoH. (FEC)

TX-27: Former Rep. Blake Farenthold (R) resigned

Former Texas Water Development Board Chairman Bech Bruun (R) - $88,000 raised; $138,000 spent; $89,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former Victoria County GOP Chair Michael Cloud (R) - $86,000 raised; $71,000 spent; $77,000 CoH. (FEC)

ENDORSEMENT WATCH. Former Vice President Joe Biden endorsed Ortiz Jones in the TX-23 runoff.

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