ATPE thanks all of our 2016-17 Political Action Committee honorees. These members’ donations to ATPE-PAC help ensure that we can continue to financially assist pro-public education candidates to the legislature and State Board of Education. Thank you for all you do to help ATPE fight for quality educational standards and protect your professional interests!
William B. Travis ATPE-PAC Honorees
These members donated $150 or more to ATPE-PAC between May 1, 2015, and July 31, 2016.
David de la Garza
Gina F. McNeely
Mary Beth Woodall
Stephen F. Austin ATPE-PAC Honorees
The members below have contributed the following cumulative amounts to ATPE-PAC since July 1997.
Gina F. McNeely
Davy Crockett Fundraising Challenge
This challenge was established to recognize the regions and local units that raise the most money per member for ATPE-PAC.
Regions with 10,001 or more members
Regions with 10,000 or fewer members
Local units with 501+ members
Local units with 201–500 members
Local units with 1–200 members
ATPE-PAC Hall of Fame
This award is bestowed to those members who have donated $10,000 dollars or more to ATPE-PAC since July 1997.
ATPE-PAC Statesman Award
The ATPE-PAC Statesman Award honors ATPE members who have donated $20 or more to the ATPE-PAC for 12 consecutive months.
Our members’ voluntary donations to ATPE-PAC are used to make bipartisan contributions to officeholders/candidates who have demonstrated support for public education and ATPE philosophies. A donation to ATPE-PAC is an investment in Texas public schools and their students. Donate to ATPE-PAC today.
Photo: Cypress-Fairbanks ATPE’s Jay Guerrero accepts the Davy Crocket Fundraising Challenge award for his local unit.
ATPE-PAC solicits contributions only from ATPE members, employees, and their families. Participation in ATPE-PAC is voluntary. Members can contribute any amount or nothing at all without affecting their ATPE membership status, rights, or benefits.
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