CFO hopeful Jeremy Ring spends more than he raises in October
Jeremy Ring got thumbs up from four of Florida's Congressional Delegation.

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Jeremy Ring, the only Democrat in the race for CFO, appears to have a clear path toward his party’s nomination.

However, ho-hum fundraising coupled with spending led to him finishing October with less cash on hand than he had at the month’s beginning.

Ring raised $16,976 from 104 contributors, while spending $21,552 in October, giving him $193,000 on hand.

Unusually for a statewide candidate, Ring had a number of small-dollar donations — including several $3 contributions.

Ring’s all-but-certain general election opponent, incumbent CFO Jimmy Patronis, entered the race this month and has filed no campaign finance reports as a result.

Patronis’ primary opponent, Antoanet Iotova, entered the race in September, but has yet to file any campaign finance reports.

A.G. Gancarski

A.G. Gancarski has written for since 2014. He is based in Northeast Florida. He can be reached at [email protected] or on Twitter: @AGGancarski


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