Don’t look for a TV ad blitz down the stretch from the Democrat in the contested race in Florida’s 4th Congressional District.
Dave Bruderly filed his October quarterly report, and the numbers underwhelmed.
Bruderly carried $15,016 into the campaign’s homestretch; essentially half of the $31,742 Republican John Rutherford had on hand in his October report.
Bruderly brought in $26,784 in contributions between the pre-primary report and the end of September, and spent $13,367 during the same period.
Among notable donors: Jacksonville trial lawyer Wayne Hogan, a serial campaign contributor who invested $1,000 into the Bruderly effort.
Meanwhile, expenditures in the Bruderly campaign are not as strictly itemized as one might hope.
The heftiest expenditure: $8,777, which went to Bruderly himself for “purchases and expenses.”