Florida Finance Summary
The 2020 General Election was on November 3rd
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Political Profile

Florida Government:

Governor: Ron DeSantis (R)

Lieutenant Governor: Jeanette Nunez (R)

Attorney General: Ashley B. Moody (R)

State Chief Financial Officer: Jimmy Patronis (R)

Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services: Nikki Fried (D)

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Campaign Finance Snapshot
Total Contributions
Candidate Contributions
PAC Contributions
Total Expenditures
Candidate Expenditures
PAC Expenditures
Top Candidates
CandidateTotal DonationsTotal Expenditures
Ron DeSantis $9,151,831.25$426,412.39
Jason Brodeur $2,921,594.62$2,345,977.74
Ray Rodrigues $2,335,022.49$2,213,858.19
Irving Slosberg $1,596,015.00$1,599,205.00
Ana Maria Rodriguez $1,435,710.28$862,369.85
Jose Javier Rodriguez $1,108,148.09$768,717.37
Loranne Ausley $1,082,027.37$638,193.92
Javier E Fernandez $1,078,020.90$542,774.89
Gayle B Harrell $874,742.19$764,982.01
Colleen Burton $811,207.12$436,843.64
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Top PACs
PACTotal DonationsTotal Expenditures
Republican Party of Florida $43,410,854.80$40,700,466.36
Florida Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, Inc. $38,407,096.53$34,744,830.16
Florida Democratic Party $14,327,589.56$18,378,572.07
Florida Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee $13,312,491.29$12,959,961.39
Forward Majority Action Florida $12,264,500.00$12,257,254.57
Realtors Political Advocacy Committee $9,709,857.75$9,677,696.09
Keep Our Constitution Clean PC, Inc. $9,010,146.76$160,230.36
Make It Legal Florida $8,370,848.90$8,191,553.28
Florida Citizen Voters $8,296,552.95$2,462,058.73
All Voters Vote, Inc. $7,737,825.00$8,293,101.59
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Transparency USA | 04/10/2021

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Transparency USA | 03/23/2021

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Transparency USA | 03/02/2021

The For the People Act of 2021—known as H.R. 1 in the House and S.1 in the Senate—was introduced in the US House on January 4 as a primary concern of the Biden administration, and passed in the U.S. House on March 3rd. An almost identical bill was introduced in 2019, and passed in the …

Transparency USA | 02/18/2021

Donors in Florida shelled out over $533 million during the 2020 election cycle, showing their support to PACs and candidates through contributions. While a number of PACs and organizations make up the state’s top donor list, the most prolific individual donor chipped in over $3.2 million to various PACs and candidates. Miguel B. “Mike” Hernandez …