Yesterday’s report about campaign finance results for key House races was missing details about a number of Democratic candidates’ 8-day-out reports. To be clear, they filed their reports on time, but the contribution and expenditure details were not yet available online. We suspected this was due to the reports’ itemizing micro-contributions received via services such as ActBlue, which they do. For example, Keke Williams’s report itemized more than 17K individual contributions of $10 or less.

For those reports that have since become available, we will revisit the races for which we had incomplete results:

HD54 (Lean Republican): Rep. Brad Buckley (R-Salado) out-raised Democrat Keke Williams, $1.1M to $430K, and has a $200K cash on hand advantage. Buckley’s largest contributors were Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ($361K), Republican State Leadership Committee ($334K), Associated Republicans of Texas PAC ($124K), Greg Abbott’s campaign ($99K), Leading Texas Forward PAC ($50K) and Texas Leads PAC ($40K).

Williams’s top contributors were Future Now Fund ($85K), Texas House Democratic Campaign Committee ($77K), Planned Parenthood Texas Votes PAC ($36K) and Annies’ List ($21K).

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