Keep Amarillo United, a local political action committee, reported this month that it continues to retain a balance of $2,156.
The local political action committee reported on January 2nd that it retains a balance of $2,156. The group has not had any campaign expenditures since the 2011 election in which Amarillo voters turned down a charter amendment that would have changed the Amarillo City Council's membership (then-Amarillo City Commission) to single-member districts. Under the proposal, the city would have been cut into five districts with one councilmember representing each district and a mayor to represent every district.
David T. Hudson, the organization's campaign treasurer, wrote on the finance report that no activity was reported for this period.
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