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Rep. Steve Allison



District:HD 121 (R)
Phone:(512) 463-0686
Email:steve.allison@house.texas.gov
Facebook:@stevefortx
Twitter:@stevefortx


QUICK SUMMARY for Rep. Steve Allison
(Bexar County)
Voted YES on Impeachment of our Attorney General
Received $604,136.58 from Top 5 Donors in 2022 Cycle
Sided with Over 80 Lobby Groups 85.85% of the Time
Joined Democrats on 49.86% of Contested, Partisan Votes
Almost always Opposes Republicans more than Democrats (All Votes)


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Committees and Groups

House Committee on Appropriations
House Committee on Appropriations - S/C on Articles I, IV, & V
House Committee on Appropriations - S/C on Articles VI, VII, & VIII
House Committee on Local & Consent Calendars
House Committee on Public Education
House Select Committee on Youth Health & Safety


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

$161,400.00
Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC

$159,900.00
Dade Phelan

$139,154.94
Republican State Leadership Committee Federal

$76,181.64
Associated Republicans of Texas Campaign Fund

$67,500.00
Texas House Republican Caucus PAC

Sided with Over 80 Lobby Groups
85.85% of the Time

Voted with Democrats
49.86% on Contested Votes

Registered No on 104 out of 894
Local and Consent Bills (11.63%)

Disagrees Most Often With:

1RCain, Briscoe39.40%
2RToth, Steve39.15%
3RTinderholt, Tony38.92%
4RSchaefer, Matt34.06%
5RVasut, Cody33.74%
6RHarrison, Brian32.58%
7RSlawson, Shelby31.57%
8RWilson, Terry30.65%
9RIsaac, Carrie26.88%
10RLeo-Wilson, Terri26.79%
11RSwanson, Valoree26.69%
12DRamos, Ana-Maria26.54%
13RHayes, Richard25.56%
14RHefner, Cole25.42%
15RSchatzline, Nate25.37%
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: 14R - 1D  Agreement

46 Bills Authored
0 GOP Priority Bills Authored

2165 Record Votes Cast

18 Statements of Vote (Change)
11 Change Statements
7 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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