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  • M A R C H / A P R I L 2 0 1 7

    Sergio Malagon

    Austin Casino Cash $250,000

    Carl A. Brown II

    Amarillo Texas Two Step®

    $2,557

    Bonnie K. Sigwald Rockport

    High Roller Casino Action $1,000

    Veneilia C. Taylor

    San Antonio Texas Triple Chance™

    $100,002

    Erik Vega El Paso

    High Roller Casino Action $2,000

    Sharon R. Smith Crowley Daily 4™ $5,000

    Raul M. Saenz Lubbock

    $7,500,000 Ultimate Cash $2,000

    Stephen Forkum

    Dumas High Roller Casino Action

    $2,000

    Harry R. Finfer

    North Richland Hills Pick 3™ $10,167

    Reynaldo Garcia III

    Laredo Wild Cash Bonaza

    $2,500

    Abrar A. Khan

    San Antonio HIT $1,000,000

    $10,000

    Lynn M. Miller Weimar

    Super Loteria $100,000

  • The Texas Lottery Supports Texas Education. Since 1997*, the Texas Lottery has contributed $20 billion to the Foundation School Fund, which supports public education in Texas. In FY 2016, the Texas Lottery transferred $1.373 billion, its single largest annual contribution to date, to the Foundation School Fund.

    The Texas Lottery Supports Texas veterans. In 2009, legislation was passed directing the Texas Lottery to offer a scratch ticket game benefiting the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance (FVA). Since that time, the Texas Lottery has contributed more than $74 million for veterans programs. The FVA makes grants available to eligible charitable organizations, local government agencies, and Veterans Service Organizations that provide direct

    services to Texas veterans and their families. More than 90 percent of the revenue contributed to the fund is derived from the sales of the Texas Lottery veterans’ games. The first game was introduced in FY 2010 and since that time, additional games have been launched with the proceeds supporting the fund. In FY 2016, $14.7 million was transferred to the Texas Veterans Commission.

    The Texas Lottery Supports Other State Programs. Other Texas Lottery funds, such as unclaimed prizes, contribute to other causes as authorized by the Texas Legislature such as the multicategorical teaching hospital at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.

    20 YEARS = $20 BILLION FOR TEXAS EDUCATION

    Where the Money Goes:

    Information reflects audited FY ‘16 figures

    63.0% Prizes Paid

    27.1% Texas Education

    (Foundation School Fund)

    5.4% Retailer Commissions

    4.0% Lottery Administration0.4%*

    Fund for Veterans’ Assistance and Other State Programs

    (including unclaimed prizes)

    Since 1992, the Texas Lottery has generated more than $25 billion in revenue for good causes in the state of Texas, including education, veterans’ services and other important state programs. Through strict

    adherence to our vision, mission and core values, the Texas Lottery is dedicated to ensuring that these benefits continue. The chart below provides a breakdown of an average dollar spent on lottery

    games and illustrates “Where the Money Goes,” based on FY 2016 financial results.

    * Prior to 1997, the proceeds were allocated to the General Revenue Fund and were contributed for the benefit of all state programs.

    * Percentage totals are rounded.

  • M A R C H / A P R I L 2 0 1 7

    Kristopher Keene

    Wills Point $7,500,000 Ultimate Cash

    $1,000

    Laurie A. Mefford Seagoville

    Super Break The Bank $5,000

    Amado Ramirez

    Laredo Lotto Texas®

    $2,498

    James W. Steele Alvarado

    Bonus Break The Bank $1,000

    Monica Z. Alejandro San Antonio

    Super Break The Bank $5,000

    Berry L. Voges

    Woodway Cash Five®

    $15,179

    Brianna Verette

    Llano High Roller Casino Action

    $1,000

    Candice L. Thomas

    Rowlett Daily 4™ $2,600

    Christopher Pena

    Corpus Christi Super Loteria

    $5,000

    David Jensen

    San Antonio Mega Millions®

    $1,500

    William F. Ellis

    McKinney Daily 4 $2,600

    Alonso Salinas III

    Laredo $100,000 Super Cash

    $1,000

    Must be 18 or older to purchase a ticket. For more information, visit txlottery.org or call 800-375-6886. PLAY RESPONSIBLY.

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