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Representative Joe Heflin
Democrat, District 85

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Wikipedia Bio

Joe Heflin (born January 6, 1952) is the only Democrat other than Pete Gallego of Alpine and several representatives from the El Paso to represent either West Texas or the Panhandle in the Texas House of Representatives. In 2007, Heflin followed retiring Democrat and former Speaker James E. "Pete" Laney of Hale Center in Hale County.

During the 81st Legislative session, Heflin served a...
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Roles

House, session 81st

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News & Blog Coverage

  • King trumps Landtroop in House District 88 race (amarillo.com)
    Aug 1, 2012
    In 2006, Landtroop narrowly lost to Crosbyton Democrat Joe Heflin in a ... redrawn district retiring Rep. Warren Chisum has represented since 1988. The 17-county District 88 stretches from Lipscomb County in the Texas Panhandle to Yoakum County ...
    Amarillo Globe-Times
  • King defeats Landtroop in District 88 runoff (lubbockonline.com)
    Aug 1, 2012
    Rick Perry and other top state officials — as well as getting tens of thousands of dollars from wealthy donors and influential interest groups — Republican state Rep. Jim Landtroop ... to Crosbyton Democrat Joe Heflin. Four years later ...
    Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

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All By Industry

  • Democratic Party Committees
    $257,875.00
  • Unknown
    $208,176.00
  • Attorneys & Law Firms
    $126,799.00
  • Other Single Issue Or Ideological Groups
    $119,349.00
  • Teachers Unions
    $48,670.00
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Top Individual Contributions

  • House Democratic Campaign Cmte
    $85,000.00
  • House Democratic Campaign Cmte
    $50,000.00
  • Texans For Insurance Reform
    $35,000.00
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Interest Group Ratings

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Number of ratings
Abortion Issues 2
Conservative 14
Gun Issues 2

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