When it comes to the money in Florida politics, these are the names that you are viewing the most so far this year. See the top five entities in each category (Candidates, Donors, PACs, and Payees) that are generating the greatest interest in Q1 of 2021.
Republican Party of Florida
Florida Political Action Committee
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|$3,000,000.00||Floridians for Economic Freedom|
|$1,000,000.00||Conservatives for a Better Florida|
|$886,163.20||Florida Power & Light Company|
|$865,000.00||Florida Prosperity Fund|
|$735,000.00||Disney Worldwide Services Inc|
|$735,000.00||Geo Group Inc PAC|
|$547,200.00||Conservatives For Principled Leadership|
|$545,000.00||Teco Energy Inc|
|$500,000.00||Heritage Insurance Holdings Inc|
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|$2,699,613.49||Mentzer Media Services Inc|
|$2,460,000.00||Florida House Republican Campaign Committee|
|$1,705,218.59||American Express Company|
|$1,242,048.00||96 Consulting & Marketing LLC|
|$1,164,505.33||Front Line Strategies Inc|
|$1,111,491.01||Data Targeting Inc|
|$847,190.00||Smart Media Group LLC|
|$842,550.00||Event Strategies Inc|
In Florida, voters cast ballots every two years in important contests to decide the future of the Sunshine State. With an executive government led by Gov. Ron DeSantis, the state’s top leadership includes several individuals directly elected by Floridians every four years.
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.