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Keep Amarillo United Reports $2,000 on Hand

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.

To see all information related to local campaign finance filings, please visit amarillo.gov.

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