On 3 Public Relations (On3PR) presents a ‘Special Edition’ Campaign Finance Report for the 2016 election cycle.
This is the last report prior to the June qualifying period, with this M5 report showing everything raised and spent May 1-31, 2016, by House and Senate candidates. Cumulative totals also are reflected. Candidates had until midnight, Friday, June 10, to submit reports to the Florida Division of Elections.
On3PR begins its 5th election cycle in providing these exclusive campaign finance reports to our clients, colleagues, members of the media and those interested in tracking campaign contribution and expenditure totals. Please click here to access the M5 Sen Hse Campaign Report for 06.10.16.
- Federal candidate qualifying period is noon June 20 through noon June 24, 2016
- State candidate qualifying period is noon June 20 through noon June 24, 2016
- Primary Election is Tuesday, August 30, 2016
- General Election is Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Please also visit www.DOS.STATE.FL.US for additional information, including deadlines for upcoming campaign finance reports.
Client Highlight: VOTE NO on 2 Campaign
On 3 Public Relations is proud to work on the ‘VOTE NO on 2 Campaign,’ whose sole purposes is to expose the Amendment 2 scam. Our recent web videos, “Search” … “Three Things” … and “5,000,” outline the disingenuous arguments of those portraying this as ‘medical’ marijuana, when it is nothing more than recreational use pot.
These videos explore California’s experiment with “medical” marijuana, highlighting the extraordinary number of pot shops, the absurd varieties of pot sold, the proliferation of kid-friendly candy-like pot edibles, the heightened potency of the genetically-modified marijuana, and the ease with which it is obtained. For more information on the VOTE NO on 2 Campaign, please visit www.VoteNo2.org.
National Political Conventions
Now that the Democrat and Republican candidates have met their delegate count threshold for nomination, all eyes are now focused on party conventions being held this summer.
The 2016 Republican National Convention will be held at the Quicken Loans Arena from July 18-21. Nearly 50,000 visitors are expected to come to the Cleveland area for the event, including delegates, alternate delegates, members of the media and other guests. The year 2016 will mark the fourth time the Republican Party will convene its convention in Ohio. The Buckeye State also played host to the 1876, 1924 and 1936 Republican National Conventions in Cincinnati (’76) and Cleveland (’24 and ’36). For more information please visit www.Convention.gop.
The 2016 Democratic National Convention will be held at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia July 25-28. Working in partnership with the Philadelphia Host Committee, the City of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, their goal is to make this the most engaging, innovative and forward looking convention in history. The 2016 Democratic National Convention will leverage technology to bring the convention experience well beyond the hall in an effort to engage more Americans than ever before in the event. Additional information may be found at www.DemConvention.com.