Congressional Cash and More

Editor’s Note – A fairly comprehensive look at each of the 25 Florida Congressional races, including money raised and who looks the strongest.

In just about every race that has an encumbent running,  the disparity in money raised is very noticable.  An indication that the system is rigged?  And, pay attention to who has the most PAC contributions, most notably Suzanne Kosmas, who’d be in trouble without it.

Follow the link at the bottom of the post to look at individual races. 


Congressional Cash and More

Kevin Derby’s look at the battle for Florida’s 25 U.S. House seats

By Kevin Derby
Sunshine State News

With candidates for federal office filing their second-quarter fund-raising numbers this week, and less than six weeks until primaries, the battle in Florida for congressional seats is taking clearer shape.

While some of the 25 races remain compelling, most of Florida’s congressional delegation appears headed for re-election. But there are some contests to watch, including the races for incumbents facing tough challenges and the four battles for open seats. As Democrats try to keep control of Congress, some of these races have game-changing, national implications.

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