Florida Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee
Florida Political Action Committee
$15,611,856Total Contributions
$15,000,971Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$3,414,292.00 Screen Strategies Media ENTITY
$2,113,108.12 Snyder Pickerill Media Group ENTITY
$1,736,006.00 Buying Time Media LLC ENTITY
$1,293,385.00 Impact Politics LLC ENTITY
$1,273,914.47 Deliver Strategies LLC ENTITY
$1,125,137.40 Trion Solutions Inc ENTITY
$514,790.55 Street Smartz Consulting ENTITY
$381,546.31 Lawton Connect ENTITY
$331,508.28 Mission Control Inc ENTITY
$270,614.95 Resonance Campaigns LLC ENTITY
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