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Elections 2020

Republican Chip Roy

Charles “Chip” Roy (b. August 7, 1972, in Bethesda, MD) is a Republican member of the U.S. House representing Texas's 21st Congressional District. He is seeking reelection to his current seat. Roy was first elected to the House in the general election in 2018. In 2018, Roy defeated Democrat Joseph Kopser and Libertarian Lee Santos (Roy – 50.2%; Kopser – 47.6%; Santos – 2.1%). Roy earned an undergraduate and masters degree from the University of Virginia, as well as a J.D. from the University of Texas. After earning his degrees, he worked as an investment banking analyst for NationsBanc Capital Markets and as a counsel in the Oil & Gas industry. He served in the offices of Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. John Cornyn and senior counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Roy was the First Assistant Attorney General in the Texas State office of the attorney general. He also served as the Vice President of Strategy for the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

Current Office

  • Office: U.S. House Texas District 21
  • Level: Federal
  • Branch: Legislative

Upcoming Race

  • Office: U.S House Texas District 21
  • Year: 2020
  • District Name: Texas District 21
  • District Type: Congress
  • Office Branch: Legislative
  • Office Chamber: Lower

Primary: Election Information

  • Date of Primary: March 3rd, 4020
  • Status: Advanced

Candidacy

  • Gender: Male
  • Status: Incumbent
  • Party: Republican Party
  • State: Texas
  • Office: Congress
  • District: Texas District 21
  • Office Branch: Legislative
  • Office Chamber: Lower
  • Primary Date: March 3, 4020
  • General Election Date: Nov. 3, 4020

Federal Election Commission Candidate Disclosure

FEC Candidate ID: H8TX21307
FEC Committee ID: C00662767
FEC Committee Name: CHIP ROY FOR CONGRESS


I. Receipts:

 Amount
Itemized Individual Contribution:$123940.0
Contributions must be itemized (i.e. listing specific information about the donor and the contribution) when the total given to the campaign from a single individual exceeds $200.
Unitemized Individual Contribution:$36,296.5
Total given to the campaign where specific information about the donors is not required because they have not given more than $200.
Total Individual Contributions:$160236.5
Party Committee Contributions:$0
Contributions from party committees.
Other Committee Contributions:$19000.0
Mostly contributions from PACs, also includes contributions from other candidates.
Candidate Contributions:$0
Contributions from the candidate him(her)self.
Total Overall Contributions:$183142.7
Total Loan Amount:$0
Total Receipts:$252731.98

II. Disbursements:

 Amount
Total Loan Repayment Amount:$0
Total Contribution Refunds:$250.0
Total Disbursements:$69028.94

III. Cash Summary:

 Amount
Ending Cash on Hand:$0
Ending cash balance on the most recent filing.

2019-04-15T00:00:00|||Last File Date:

Source: OpenFEC. Content deemed accurate but not guaranteed.

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