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Top contributors to the District 23 race

Henry Bonilla (Republican)
1. SBC Communications: $22,000
2. United Services Automobile Assn. Group: $16,450
3. National Cattlemen's Beef Assn.: $14,000
4. Pulse Tech Products: $13,500 (A battery company that also supplies products to the military)
5. Valero Energy: $12,250
6. Textron Inc: $12,000 (Industrial components, including the Bell helicopter)
7. TXU Corp: $12,000 (utilities)
8. HB Zachry Co: $10,500 (construction)
9. American Meat Institute: $10,250
10. El Paso Corp: $10,000 (Energy)

Enrique Roberto Cuellar (Democrat)
1. American Federation of Teachers: $10,000
2. American Fedn of St/Cnty/Munic Employees: $10,000
3. Assn. of Trial Lawyers of America: $10,000
4. Building Our Leadership's Diversity: $10,000 (Human Rights PAC)
5. Intl. Brotherhood of Electrical Workers: $10,000
6. PAC to the Future: $10,000 (Democratic PAC led by U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi)
7. United Transportation Union: $10,000
8. AFL-CIO: $7,500
9. New Democrat Network: $7,500
10. Librado Pina: $7,000 (Laredo warehouse company)

Ed Scharf (Green)
Jeffrey Blunt (Libertarian)
No contributions of $1,000 on record for these candidates.

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