Cash Flows Freely Into Governor’s Re-Election Campaign

By  //  May 4, 2013

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War Chest Now Top $9.8 Million

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Gov. Rick Scott is seeing record donations from corporations and wealthy contributors for his re-election campaign war chest.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott has already collected $9.8 million for his campaign to win re-election in 2014. (Image courtesy of the State of Florida)

According to the website, Scott raised about $6.5 million for his election in his 2010 campaign.

He’s already collected about $9.8 million from outside sources for his 2014 re-election.

Here are some of the largest individual contributions as reported on

• Bill Edwards of Treasure Island, March 2013, $500,000

• H. Wayne Huizenga of Fort Lauderdale, May 2012, $250,000

• Florida Power & Light, June 2012, $250,000

• Sheldon Adelson of Las Vegas, June 2012, $250,000

• Blue Cross Blue Shield, March 2013, $237,500

• Donald Trump of New York, April 2012 $50,000

1 Comment

  1. Absolutely. Balance the budget. We do not want the yankee liberals that came to Florida or those that are following them to destroy our state like they have in NY, IL, MI, and other states led by Democrat Governments. All of the Democrat governed states are now left with huge deficits which they now need to raise the taxes still hire. We love our tax free state. Let us keep it that way. There are always things that can be cut from a budget in hard times like now. Stop asking what your government can do for you and do for yourself. The government owes you nothing (NOTHING) unless you retired from the government.

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