Campaign Finance Report Now Available, One Year From August Primary Election

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Campaign Finance Report Now Available, One Year From August Primary Election

On 3 Public Relations (On3PR) presents a ‘Special Edition’ Campaign Finance Report for the 2018 election cycle. This M8 report includes all campaign contributions, loans and expenditures through August 31, 2017, one year from the August 28 primary election.

Filed candidates originally had until Monday, Sept. 11 to file this report, however, Florida’s Division of Elections extended the deadline to midnight, Friday, Sept. 22 due to Hurricane Irma.

On3PR begins its 6th 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. Please go to www.On3PR.com to access the latest information.

Updated Emails and Twitter Handles for Florida Senate and House Members

Back by popular demand, On 3 Public Relations is proud to present its updated House and Senate Email and Twitter Contacts.

With the 2018 Legislative Committee meetings beginning the week of October 9, we thought there’s no better time to refresh those spreadsheets and social media accounts than now.

We hope you find it a useful tool in connecting with our elected leaders.

*Please note there are several special elections in play (SD 40, HD 44, 58, 72 and 116). Check back with On3PR for a future pre-Session guide with updated info. 

Client Feature: Pew Charitable Trusts / Restore America’s Parks

In 2016, more than10 million visitors enjoyed national parks in Florida. From the Gulf Islands to Dry Tortugas, Florida saw $653.6 million spent in gateway communities. That spending supported 9,972 jobs and added a cumulative benefit of $949.1 million to the state economy–money that helps businesses, schools and families.

Celebrating its 101st anniversary, the National Park Service now is struggling to maintain many of its facilities. Crumbling roads and bridges, along with outdated wastewater and electrical systems, the agency currently faces a deferred maintenance backlog that is estimated to be $11.3 billion–with $253 million here in Florida.

Now with Hurricane Irma’s devastating impact on Florida’s tourism industry, National Parks must be part of the rebuilding process. Thank you to Florida Congressmen Carlos Curbelo (R-26), Ted Deutsch (D-22) and Darren Soto (D-09) for your support. Learn more here.

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