Patrick War Chest Tops $27 Million

Patrick War Chest Tops $27 Million

History Will Repeat Itself in 2022 with Another GOP Sweep in Texas

HOUSTON TX – Texas Lieutenant Governor and conservative Republican candidate for re-election, Dan Patrick, released his mid-year report of contributions and expenditures. The campaign is reporting more than $27 million cash on hand.

“I am proud of the support we continue to earn from folks across Texas, including from the grassroots and business leaders who are keeping the Texas economy running well ahead of most of the country. The confidence they have expressed in our conservative policies leaves us well positioned for the fall,” Patrick said.

“History will repeat itself in 2022 with another GOP sweep in Texas. About a million more Texans participated in the Republican Primary this year, demonstrating GOP excitement and Democrat hopelessness,” said Allen Blakemore, senior strategist to the Patrick campaign.

“Lt. Governor Patrick cleared 5 opponents with over a 75% margin, garnering nearly 1.5 million votes — more primary votes than any candidate in Texas history — while Mike Collier was forced into a run-off because he couldn’t manage to win a 3-way race. Collier limped out of his run-off winning by less than 50,000 votes.

“Lt. Governor Patrick continues to lay out a clear vision for hope, growth, and prosperity in Texas, while the Democrats remain tone-deaf to the public as they refuse to secure the border, address crime in our cities, and their dogged national pursuit of inflationary economic policies. There’s a reason why Republicans continue to make gains in every voter subgroup.

“2022 is going to be a great year to be a Republican.

“Dan Patrick will remain unbeaten at the ballot box while Mike Collier will join a special select group of Texans this fall as he earns his third straight statewide rejection by Texas voters,” Blakemore concluded.

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ICYMI: I released 57 interim charges that reflect issues that Texans have asked us to study. Our 31 senators submitted hundreds of ideas, with many senators sharing similar proposals. My staff and I worked diligently for weeks to review each request, and this is the first set of interim charges I am releasing in preparation for the 89th Legislature. We may release a second shorter list of additional charges before next session.

You can read more about them here:; and here is a list of all 57 charges for the Senate:
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