Amid several contentious races in Texas elections, law firms throughout the state are pouring millions of dollars into campaign funds supporting candidates throughout the state. And most of the law firm contributions, including from Hunton Andrews Kurth, Winstead, Locke Lord and several other firms, are going to Republican candidates.

Throughout this election cycle, at least 30 law firms—from Am Law 200 firms to Texas boutiques—have donated more than $624,000 to the six Republican and Democratic candidates vying for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general who will appear on the ballot in November, according to a review of campaign finance records.

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