Lenny Curry’s PAC, Build Something That Lasts, crossed the $600,000 threshold on the strength of an $87,500 March.
No real surprises were to be found in the contributors. Peter Rummell and Florida Blue went in for $25,000 each, and J.B. Coxwell went $10,000 deep. Stellar, meanwhile, ponied up $15,000.
Of the $38,502 of March expenses, included was $17,716 to Michael Munz’s Dalton Agency for business/travel expenses and $10,000 to Data Targeting.
All told, the Curry PAC has around $322,000 on hand. Final determinations of whether this PAC will be used as the vehicle for marketing the pension tax referendum or not still haven’t been made.
Curry currently is pitching the extension of the Better Jacksonville Plan half-cent sales tax to groups throughout the city, even ones that might not be receptive to the message, such as ICARE on Monday night.