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Texas 2020 Elections

5 takeaways from the latest congressional fundraising reports

The filings were due Friday and shed new light on Texas' massive U.S. House battlefield, which includes seven Democrat-targeted seats, six open seats, two Republican-targeted seats and a couple of serious primary challenges.

Voting signs near the Travis County Granger Building election site on Election Day, Nov. 5, 2019.

The delegation's most endangered Democrats remain very well funded while Republicans sort through their primaries.

In some of the hottest Republican primaries, self-funders are leading the way.

A pair of Democratic challengers in battleground districts continue to impress.

Big Republican names yield mixed fundraising success.

One primary challenger out-raises an incumbent, while another primary challenger's fundraising slows.

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