A number of candidates dominate the campaign finance landscape in Florida, raising millions of dollars for their campaigns. One of the top fundraisers in the Sunshine State is former State Rep. Jason Brodeur.
Brodeur represented Florida House District 28 from his election in 2010 until his departure from the chamber in 2018 due to term limits. In each of his State House elections, Brodeur received no less than 59 percent of the vote. This year, Brodeur is hoping to once again claim elected office, campaigning as the Republican nominee for Florida Senate District 9 against Democrat Patricia Sigman and independent candidate Jestine Iannotti. Brodeur was nominated without opposition by the Republican Party earlier this year.
Brodeur has reported $1,945,148 in contributions and $1,277,160 in expenditures so far this election cycle. According to our data, Brodeur’s top contributor has been the Florida Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, which chipped in $368,781.60 to Brodeur’s campaign. Brodeur’s top individual contributor is Patrick Neal, who donated $105,000 to the Republican’s campaign.
To see who is giving to other candidates in the state of Florida — and how those donations are being spent — this election cycle, visit our Candidates page.
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