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.
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|$1,250,000.00||The People Over Profits Florida Inc|
|$500,000.00||Donald S Sussman|
|$497,500.00||Barbara A Stiefel|
|$300,000.00||Win Justice - Federal PAC|
|$194,000.00||Florida Watch PC|
|$182,000.00||Marsha Z and Henry Ben Laufer|
|$100,000.00||Strategic Victory Fund Ie PAC|
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|$1,342,000.00||Florida Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee|
|$795,000.00||Florida Watch PC|
|$375,000.00||Win Justice - Federal PAC|
|$163,000.00||Ruth's List Florida|
|$122,752.13||Florida Democratic Party|
|$60,000.00||Initiative for Florida's Future PC|
|$60,000.00||New Leadership for Florida|
|$55,000.00||Delores Hogan Johnson|
|$55,000.00||For Florida for US|
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.
Florida, the perennial swing state, is considered one of the top battlegrounds in the nation by both the left and the right. It is perhaps no surprise, given its history for close elections, that a number of political action committees (PACs) have invested heavily in the governance of the Sunshine State. Here are the top 10 PACs spending money on Florida state-level politics during the 2020 election cycle, as of the most recently available data: