Ethics Explorer A Guide to the Financial Interests of Elected Officials

Rep. Eric Johnson District 100 (D-Dallas)

B.A., Harvard University; J.D., University of Pennsylvania; M.P.A., Princeton University
  • Investments & Financial Services
  • Redistricting (Vice-Chair)
  • Ways & Means
  • Select Committee on State and Federal Power and Responsibility
Financial Statements

Sources of Income

  • Johnson is a self-employed attorney and is the president of the Si Se Puede PAC in Dallas.

  • Johnson receives fees for legal services rendered to a lobbyist; the client is Texas Instruments Inc. In 2010, he reported receiving more than $25,000 for the contract; in 2011 it was between $5,000 and $10,000.

  • In 2011, Johnson was on retainer for Broad Oak Advisors LLC, an investment banking services firm.

  • He owns stock in Apple.

  • He was formerly a legislative assistant to Rep. Yvonne Davis, D-Dallas.


  • Rental residence in Dallas valued at $136,000

  • Residence in Dallas valued at $280,000


  • In 2011, Johnson and his wife took a "fact-finding" trip to Taiwan provided by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office. 

  • One of Johnson's top campaign contributors is the Si Se Puede PAC, of which he is the president and which he largely funds himself.