Florida Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, Inc.
Florida Political Action Committee
$30,866,578Total Contributions
$11,001,098Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$4,444,563.02 Data Targeting Inc ENTITY
$1,258,791.83 Mentzer Media Services Inc ENTITY
$507,361.80 Cap Fin LLC ENTITY
$496,286.92 Joel Springer INDIVIDUAL
$456,509.58 Smith Thompson Shaw Colon & Power PA ENTITY
$307,841.41 Hancock Whitney Bank ENTITY
$264,046.50 Isaac Communications Inc ENTITY
$250,000.00 Republican Party of Florida ENTITY
$210,000.00 Public Concepts LLC ENTITY
$209,436.49 Gulf Bridge Group LLC ENTITY
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