With campaigns up and down the ticket attracting the attention of Jacksonville’s donor class, it was perhaps inevitable that Lenny Curry‘s political committee would have a sluggish May.
A total of $3,000 in new money was the slowest fundraising since the PAC started raising money last year, offset by $26,178 of new spending, of which $20,000 went to Meteoric Media for a research fee.
Despite a low-key May, Build Something that Lasts is still in healthy shape. It has raised north of $624,000 since its inception, and has spent over $351,000, leaving it with almost $275,000 cash on hand.
Those watching the Jacksonville donor class will be watching the Melissa Nelson campaign, the Yes for Jacksonville account supporting the pension-tax referendum, and various races for offices in Tallahassee, to see where the money went in May.