Gov. Ron DeSantis is the top fundraiser in Florida state politics in the 2022 election cycle so far. According to campaign finance reports made to the Florida Secretary of State, the governor received $166,578,634 in total contributions and spent $42,429,904 between Jan. 1, 2021 and Sept. 2, 2022. DeSantis is running for re-election in 2022.
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|$400,000.00||Seminole Tribe of Florida|
|$349,265.07||Hancock Whitney Bank|
|$260,000.00||Realtors Political Advocacy Committee|
|$250,000.00||Abc Liquors Inc|
|$250,000.00||Florida Chamber of Commerce PAC|
|$243,530.74||Universal City Development Partners|
|$205,000.00||NextEra Energy, Inc. Political Action Committee - FL|
|$200,000.00||Central Florida Auto Dealers Association (CARPAC)|
|$200,000.00||Florida Medical Association Political Action Committee|
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|$506,034.09||Cap Fin LLC|
|$466,976.95||Data Targeting Inc|
|$206,587.57||Hancock Whitney Bank|
|$129,114.75||Pebble Beach Resorts|
|$127,000.00||Senate Majority PC|
|$90,000.00||Camp Creek Consulting|
|$90,000.00||Gulf Bridge Group LLC|
|$90,000.00||Isaac Communications Inc|
In Florida politics, non-candidate political action committees (PACs) have received $393.6 million in total donations between January 1, 2021, and February 28, 2022. The top 10 PACs raised more than $234.8 million, or 60 percent of all donations made to state-level PACs.
Each election year, all eyes focus on the Sunshine State, where Florida voters are always expected to vote in key battleground contests. This cycle was no different, with Floridians deciding races that will shape their state for years to come. In addition to the candidates who place their names on the ballot, political action committees also play a major role in Florida’s elections, backing candidates and measures up and down the ballot. Here is a look at the ten top PACs, ranked by donations received in Florida’s 2020 state-level elections, as of the most recently available data.