Ana Maria Rodriguez publishes best fundraising month of this election cycle with $ 137,000 in defense of SD 39
It is. Ana Maria Rodriguez last month she had her best fundraising round since winning her seat as Representative of Senate District 39 last year. The Miami-born Republican, who hails from a wide variety of industries, added $ 137,000 to her growing war chest in November.
Between her campaign and political committee, Ethics and Honesty in Government, Rodriguez holds more than $ 576,000. It is still unchallenged.
More than a fifth of their profits last month came from healthcare and pharmaceutical companies.
Irish biopharmaceutical company Alkermes gave Rodriguez $ 5,000, her greatest single gift in the industry.
The lobby arm of the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association $ 3,000 donated. Health logistics company based in Tallahassee Centralis health – earlier HIE networks – gave US $ 2,500, as did the autism charity “Creating Possibilities” from Hobe Sound, insurer UnitedHealth Group and CDR Maguire, a Miami-based company that provides a range of services including engineering, health assistance, infectious disease assistance, and COVID-19 testing.
Tuscaloosa based Northport Health Services of Florida and Senior Care Pharmacy Inc., who share an address in Rodriguez’s ledger, each donated $ 1,250.
Rodriguez received $ 1,000 apiece from the Florida Osteopathic Medical Association, a prescription company Caremark RX, headquartered in Long Beach Molina healthcare, A medical device and nutritional product manufacturer based in Illinois Abbott Laboratories, of the Florida Hospital Association, health insurance in Gainesville AvMed and Surgi PAC-North, which, as the name suggests, routes donations from surgical organizations to political candidates in the state.
Telecommunications, technology and media companies also fell sharply last month. Telecommunications giant Charter Communications, operating as a spectrum, donated $ 5,000. Just like the company for automated toll payment American traffic solutions.
Washington, DC-based Entertainment software association, who represents members of the video game industry, gave $ 2,500.
T-Mobile, Florida Outdoor Advertising, San Antonio-based advertiser Free channel in the open air and Lumen Technologies that recently acquired CenturyLink, donated $ 1,000 each.
Rodriguez enjoyed continued support from agriculture, especially sugar farmers. Clewiston based US Sugar Corp. topped the list with a check for $ 10,000 – the largest single donation Rodriguez, who lives in Homestead, received last month.
Monastery farms in Loxahatchee donated US $ 1,000 directly and passed the same amount on through Vandergrift-Williams Farms, with whom the company shares a common address. One of them is Stofin Co., a subsidiary of the sugar giant with headquarters in West Palm Beach Fanjul Corp.
American Export Corp., which is the wholesale of agricultural machinery and equipment in the same amount as its subsidiary Agro-Industrial Management Inc.
Rodriguez received a $ 5,000 donation from the trade association Voice of Florida Business, PACE credit company based in Oakland Renew finance group, Tallahassee-based accounting and auditing firm The Wren Group and Floridians for a Stronger Democracy, a PC from the former US Rep. Thomas Feeny III.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida, all in one Litigation on the future of casino gambling in the state, gave $ 3,500.
The Orlando-based lobby extension of the National Association of REALTORS gave $ 3,000.
So does Disney through three subsidiaries.
Other notable contributions included $ 2,500 each from Miami-based Sunshine Gasoline Distributors, the Tallahassee-based Gas Policy Committee PEtroPAC, the United Faculty of Miami-Dade County and UPSPAC, a political committee made up of volunteer contributions from UPS employees.
GEO Group, a private prison operator in Boca Raton, gave $ 1,000.
When compared to their booty last month, Rodriguez’s spending was small at just under $ 12,000. Almost all of it went to two consulting firms: Tallahassee-based Taylor strategies and Miranda endorsementthat is in their district.
Rodriguez won the November election by 13 percentage points to take over one of Florida’s largest Senate counties. SD 39 covers the southernmost part of the state, including all of Monroe County and the Miami-Dade parishes of Homestead, Florida City, and some of Cutler Bay.
When the latest Redistribution plans Go into effect by the Florida Senate Committee on Redistribution, SD 39 would remain largely unchanged and Rodriguez would remain in the district based on the address she had given on her filings with the Florida Division of Elections.
Candidates and political committees had to report all financial activity on Friday by November 30th.