“I want to know why,” said one Democratic aide, who asked not to be named to avoid jeopardizing the relationship between the Texas Republican Party and the state’s Democratic Party.
“I’m just hoping we can get some answers, and if that means we go down a path where it becomes a political reality, we’ll be there.”
The Trump campaign has repeatedly denied that Texas voters will be turned off by the state having a large-scale audit.
A Trump spokesman said that any suggestion that Texas has become “totally political” is an “urban legend” that has been debunked many times.
The audit, which is expected to take six months to complete, is expected in the second quarter of 2019, according to the Texas Democratic Party’s website.
The Texas Republican party, meanwhile, is scheduled to release its full audit on Tuesday.
The state party has long had a close relationship with the Trump campaign.
In 2018, Trump’s campaign donated nearly $7.8 million to the state party.
The Texas Democratic party also has close ties to the Republican Party in the state.
In 2017, the party endorsed Trump and the party was a major donor to the Trump Victory Fund.
In addition to that, the Texas Democrats have also endorsed Republican candidates in the past, including Gov.
Greg Abbott, and the Trump administration.