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Rep. Eddie Morales



District:HD 74 (D)
Phone:(512) 463-0566
Email:district74.morales@house.texas.gov
Facebook:@moralesfortexas
Twitter:@EddieMoralesJr


QUICK SUMMARY for Rep. Eddie Morales
(Brewster, Culberson, El Paso, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis, Kinney, Maverick, Presidio, Reeves, Terrell, Val Verde Counties)
Voted YES on Impeachment of our Attorney General
Received $186,520.50 from Top 5 Donors in 2022 Cycle
Sided with Over 80 Lobby Groups 88.64% of the Time
Joined Republicans on 26.07% of Contested, Partisan Votes
Opposes Some Democrats More than Republicans (All Votes)

Committees and Groups

House Committee on Elections
House Committee on Energy Resources (Vice-Chair)
House Committee on Local & Consent Calendars
House Select Committee on Health Care Reform


Impeachment Vote: YES
Top 5 Contributors
for the 2022 Election Cycle

$67,552.14
Texas Trial Lawyers Association PAC

$53,968.36
Texas REALTORS Political Action Committee

$29,000.00
Forward Majority Action

$21,000.00
House Democratic Campaign Committee

$15,000.00
Lone Star Project Federal

Sided with Over 80 Lobby Groups
88.64% of the Time

Voted with Republicans
26.07% on Contested Votes

Registered No on 0 out of 894
Local and Consent Bills (0%)

Disagrees Most Often With:

1RCain, Briscoe51.38%
2RToth, Steve50.31%
3RTinderholt, Tony50.15%
4RSchaefer, Matt45.28%
5RVasut, Cody45.09%
6RHarrison, Brian43.60%
7RSlawson, Shelby43.18%
8RWilson, Terry43.03%
9RIsaac, Carrie38.63%
10RLeo-Wilson, Terri38.42%
11RSwanson, Valoree38.04%
12RSchatzline, Nate37.18%
13RHayes, Richard37.17%
14RHefner, Cole37.06%
15RPatterson, Jared35.75%
The 15 reps above are depicted on the left side of the bar below. The bar depicts, with colored lines, all of the House reps in order of disagreement - from left to right.

 Disagreement: 15R - 0D  Agreement

60 Bills Authored
0 GOP Priority Bills Authored

2168 Record Votes Cast

27 Statements of Vote (Change)
23 Change Statements
4 Away Statements

Rice University Analysis: Ideological Scoring
Rice University Professor Mark Jones' scoring of House members, on a liberal to conservative scale, based on votes cast during each regular session.

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