Florida Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, Inc.
Florida Political Action Committee
$38,407,097Total Contributions
$34,744,830Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total DonationsNameType
$1,150,000.00 Working Together For Florida PAC ENTITY
$1,050,000.00 Jacksonville on the Rise ENTITY
$910,000.00 Jason Brodeur ENTITY
$750,000.00 Miriam and Sheldon G Adelson INDIVIDUAL
$725,000.00 Duke Energy ENTITY
$685,000.00 Florida Prosperity Fund ENTITY
$646,500.00 Ray Rodrigues ENTITY
$550,000.00 Floridian's United for Our Children's Future ENTITY
$550,000.00 Republican State Leadership Committee ENTITY
$530,000.00 Limited Govt for a Stronger Florida Political Committee ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total ExpendituresPayeeType
$15,594,875.69 Mentzer Media Services Inc ENTITY
$7,297,324.25 Data Targeting Inc ENTITY
$3,259,966.18 Public Concepts LLC ENTITY
$1,993,620.00 Multi Media Services Inc ENTITY
$688,908.00 The Factor Inc ENTITY
$671,127.38 Consensus Media LLC ENTITY
$650,856.17 Suntrust Bank ENTITY
$513,097.47 Joel Springer INDIVIDUAL
$301,063.65 Campaign Staffing LLC ENTITY
$299,406.66 Kelly Schmidt INDIVIDUAL
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