Though both Sheri Treadwell and Donnie Horner had quiet months, they still maintain control on the money side of the crowded GOP primary in House District 11.
HD 11 encompasses part of Duval and Nassau Counties.
Treadwell brought in $7,055 of new money, bringing her to $122,214 raised and over $111,000 cash on hand.
Tallahassee money, in the form of checks from the Nextera Energy PAC and the Suntrust Bank Good Government PAC, came into her campaign in May.
On the local side, Advanced Disposal maxed out for Treadwell.
Horner, meanwhile, is still in the game.
Contributions of $4,800 in May brought his total raised up to $118,100, of which $80,000 remains as cash on hand.
The most interesting May donation for Horner: $1,000 from the Jacksonville Association of Firefighters.
Other candidates languish far behind the two leaders.
Cord Byrd raised $2,250 in May, giving him $42,255 raised during the campaign, and almost $28,000 cash on hand.
For the fourth month of the last five, Nassau County Commissioner Barry Holloway raised no money in May. He has roughly $15,000 cash on hand.
Jack Daniels has not raised any money during the entire campaign, running a barebones operation off of personal loans.
David Wayne Bunk, likewise, hasn’t raised money either. He has loaned his operation $180 during this campaign. Among the expenditures: $23.37 for razor blades in April.
Tom Taylor, Jacksonville Beach Councilman, has yet to file May numbers. As of April’s numbers, he had just over $15,000 on hand.