Florida Democratic Party
Florida Political Action Committee
$64,457,731Total Contributions
$52,942,248Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$30,722,345.00 Forward Florida ENTITY
$2,303,712.96 Sean Shaw ENTITY
$1,771,876.63 All About Florida ENTITY
$1,690,000.00 Our Florida PAC ENTITY
$1,067,000.00 Rise and Lead, Florida ENTITY
$990,000.00 Donald S Sussman INDIVIDUAL
$985,000.00 Florida Consumers First ENTITY
$665,789.35 AFSCME SEIU Florida ENTITY
$460,000.00 Florida Justice PAC ENTITY
$435,000.00 A Better Miami Dade ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$28,367,592.25 Buying Time Media LLC ENTITY
$2,966,980.00 Florida Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee ENTITY
$2,040,939.13 Mission Control Inc ENTITY
$1,717,500.00 Media Fortitude Partners ENTITY
$1,437,511.69 Payroll Matters ENTITY
$1,094,000.00 Canal Partners Media LLC ENTITY
$973,835.50 Gps Impact ENTITY
$516,399.65 Edge Communications LLC ENTITY
$511,060.92 Deliver Strategies LLC ENTITY
$443,443.80 Resonance Campaigns LLC ENTITY
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Top Loans

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