florida special election

Clawson Loans $2.65 Million to His Special Election Campaign

A federal candidate has loaned his campaign $2.65 million for his April 22nd Republican primary race to fill the Florida 19th Congressional District seat vacated by former Rep. Trey Radel, R-Fla.  

Curt Clawson , R-Fla., reported  he raised $2,864,734 and spent $2,265,783 from January 1st to April 2nd. He reported he loaned his committee $2,650,000.  

Last-Minute Donors Help Jolly, But Not Much
DCCC Spends $570K More on Ads Opposing Jolly

National party committees and super PACs continue to buy hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of independent expenditure ads in the last week before the Florida Special Election on March 11th.  

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee  reported this afternoon it spent $587,561 on 3/4 for media production and media buys opposing David Jolly, R-Fla. The House Majority PAC  reported it spent $24,792 of 3/3 for direct mail opposing David Jolly. Women Vote! reported it spent $10,698 on 3/3 for mailhouse expenses opposing David Jolly. The SEIU COPE  reported it spent $3,974 on 3/3 for salary and canvassing supporting Alex Sink, D-Fla..  

Outside Groups Spend Over $6 Million in Florida Special Election

National organizations have spent more than $6.4 million on independent expenditures for and against candidates in the Florida special election to fill the seat of the late Rep. C.W. Bill Young, R-Fla.  

Of the $6.4 in independent expenditures reported to the Federal Election Commission, almost 90% ($5.7 million) has been spent against the candidates.  

Congressional Republicans & Democratic Super PAC Ads Flow in Florida Special Election

Congressional Republicans and  a Democratic Super PAC are running competing ads in the Florida special election.  

The House Majority PAC new ad that started to run this morning, attacking lobbyist David Jolly, the Republican nominee in the 13th Congressional District special election. View Roll Call article .