Caldwell has $159,128 in his campaign account, and another $595,691 in committee cash, giving him a total of $754,819.
Among the campaign account donors: Associated Industries of Florida, various regional associations of the Florida Chamber of Commerce, U.S. Sugar, and several accounts associated with The Villages. All told, $178,220 came in during the last reporting week.
The committee side saw $432,000 of new money. Among the notable donors: the Chamber affiliated Florida Jobs PAC ($100,000); Floridians United for Our Children’s Future ($100,000), a political committee chaired by Ryan Tyson, the VP of political operations for Associated Industries of Florida; and the Republican State Leadership Committee ($50,000).
Fried is showing momentum, meanwhile, after a light week before. Her political committee (Florida Consumers First) brought in $70,000 between Sept. 22 and 28, pushing the committee total to $150,014 on hand.
The campaign account had $115,601 raised in the same period from 464 contributors. It has $175,964 on hand.
All told, Fried has $325,978 at her disposal.