Boca Raton, Fla. — Matt Spritz Campaign announced that it has raised over $113,000 in the past 36 days, a remarkably strong haul since Spritz launched his campaign on June 26. Spritz is running for the District 89 seat in the Florida House of Representatives.
Spritz’s most recent filings, covering finance periods through July 31, 2017, show his campaign has raised over $78,000 from 124 donors. In addition, the political committee he chairs, Invest in Florida, raised $35,000 during the same period.
“I am very excited by the early support we have received,” said Spritz. “Though the primary is over a year away, we are working hard to make sure we have the resources to reach voters with our positive message of economic prosperity and principled conservatism. Our campaign will not be outworked.”
Born and raised in South Florida, Spritz graduated Phi Beta Kappa with high honors from Emory University and from New York University School of Law in New York City. He practiced corporate and business law in New York City and later in South Florida before committing himself to public service in the Florida House.
House District 89 covers coastal portions of Palm Beach County spanning from Singer Island to Boca Raton, which has the largest concentration of voters. Thirty-six percent of registered voters in the district are Republicans, while Democrats make up 33 percent, and voters with minor or no party affiliation, 31 percent.
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