The newest member of Congress, after only 60 days in office, has started a new federal PAC to raise funds, in addition to his regular campaign committee.
Rep. David Jolly , R-Fla., who was sworn in on March 13th, has registered Seagrass PAC with the Federal Election Commission. The PAC is based in Tampa, Florida, with Nancy Watkins of Robert Watkins Co., handling the duties as treasurer.
Jolly, who won a special election in March, raised $1.4 million this cycle through March 31st, including $410,000 from PACs and other committees. His campaign committee reported $19,747 cash on hand as of the end of March, with debts of 235,487. View his financial summary .
Rep. Jolly sits on the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee and the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
In other filings, The Howard Coble Fund, has registered with the Internal Revenue Service as a Section 527 political organization. Rep. Howard Coble , R-N.C., is retiring at the end of this Congress. His former chief of staff/legislative director, Missy Branson, is listed as president of the organization. She is president of Branson360.