Republican U.S. Rep. Carlos Giménez left his challengers for Florida’s 28th Congressional District in the dust last quarter, when he added $217,000 to his already sizable war chest through a blend of corporate, organizational and individual donations.
He also spent $142,000, the majority of which covered consulting costs. By June 30, he had about $1.3 million remaining of the $1.8 million he’s raised this cycle.
Roughly 100 people gave to Giménez in Q2. Several chipped in $5,800 — the upper limit of what candidates can accept from individual donors, equal to $2,900 each for the Primary and General Elections.
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