Final November Campaign Finance Report Now Available

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Final November Campaign Finance Report Now Available

On 3 Public Relations (On3PR) presents a ‘Final Edition’ Campaign Finance Report for the 2016 election cycle.

This G7 report shows everything raised and expended by State House and State Senate candidates through Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016. The candidate campaign committees had until midnight, Friday, Nov. 4, to submit reports to the Florida Division of Elections and were required to have included all fundraising for the cycle with this report.

On3PR concludes its fifth election cycle in providing these exclusive campaign finance reports to clients, colleagues, members of the media and those interested in tracking campaign contribution and expenditure totals.

Top House and Senate Candidate Coffers
Congratulations to those who offered themselves up for public service. Not an easy task considering the amount of money it takes to contact voters within Florida’s ten media markets. Below are totals for both House and Senate top fundraising candidates (not including personal loans) heading the General Election.

Top 5 Senate Campaigns
Candidate Anitere Flores (R)                       $1,300,403.00
Candidate Dana Young (R)                           $1,067,993.00
Sen. Miguel Diaz de la Portilla (R)              $   937,142.08
Candidate Frank Artiles (R)                         $   849,774.00
Candidate Keith Perry (R)                            $   761,722.09

Top 5 House Campaigns
Rep. Holly Raschein (R)                               $549,099.00
Rep. Manny Diaz (R)                                     $514,554.29
Candidate Loranne Ausley (D)                    $501,065.78
Candidate John Couriel (R)                         $437,518.00
Rep. Kathleen Peters (R)                              $431,783.66

Absentee, Early Voting and Election Day Voting
Unless you’re living under rock, or you haven’t stopped celebrating since the Chicago Cubs won the World Series, there’s an election Tuesday. There’s no excuse not to vote, with county supervisors of elections making ample time and plenty of opportunities for Floridians to cast their ballot either by absentee, at an early voting location, or on November 8. For additional information, click here to find your local supervisor of elections.

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