Political campaigns in Bexar County, Texas, are subject to the regulations of Title 15 of the Texas Election Code. This code covers record-keeping, reporting, and public publication requirements for financial and campaign reports. The Bexar County Elections Department is responsible for voter registration activities and election operations throughout the county. Lucy Adame-Clark, Bexar County Clerk, Central Department of Civil Archiving, 100 Dolorosa, Suite 104, San Antonio, Texas, 78205. Raising money from wealthy businessmen who could benefit from friendly policies is a common practice in American politics.
Bexar County is committed to government transparency and makes these reports available online to comply with the law and provide information to the public in a timely manner and in an easily accessible format. Rewarding donors with access and appointments is also a common practice in Texas. In the case documents, a judge ordered the removal of Fertitta and Rowling instead of Abbott, arguing that both owned other businesses in the state that were not subject to closure by order of Abbott, and that both were important financial donors for their campaigns. Highly affluent individuals can use their financial resources to support candidates who share their views and help them win in primary and general elections. This can give them political control over different parts of the state. In his 25 consecutive years in public office, Abbott's ability to attract donors has become a central element of his political livelihood. If you have questions or need more information about the EIC program, contact the Bexar County Elections Office.
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