Word is that the PAC formed by Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry supporters, Build Something That Lasts, had a quiet November in terms of fundraising.
With no events, $7,300 was raised, and no Jaguars money was collected ahead of the Jacksonville City Council amphitheater vote, in November.
The big donation: $5,000 from Stellar, the company of Curry supporter Ambassador John Rood and former employer of Curry administration Intergovernmental Affairs head Ali Korman Shelton.
Vestcor, another Rood company, gave $500 in the same period. And $500 more came from Rood’s personal account.
The big story was the PAC spend: over $79,000.
$50,000 of that went to the Making a Better Tomorrow PAC, which has the resources to at least make a better hour or two based on that haul.
The PAC is typically associated with aggressive, hard-hitting messaging statewide, and its resources often come from other PACs.
Almost $18,000 of that went to Data Targeting, $13,200 for Research and the rest for Travel Expenses.
As well, campaign donations were a big spend.
The campaign accounts of Aaron Bean, Jay Fant, Paul Renner, Wilton Simpson, Travis Cummings, and Jack Latavla all benefited from PAC spending.
The real story, though: the $50K to Making a Better Tomorrow.
October saw money come in from Shad Khan. November, meanwhile, saw how the PAC intends to spend.