That’s according to the newest totals filed with the Florida Division of Elections.
LaMarca earned $28,425 from the period of Sept. 1 to 14, while spending $8,982.
Overall, he’s brought in $364,901. LaMarca has spent $66,189 of that for a remaining cash total of $298,711.
Meanwhile, Collum spent more than she took in through monetary donations last period. She spent $5,948 but earned just $4,386. She did add $35,663 through in-kind contributions, however.
In total, Collum has raised $128,670.09 but has spent $80,985 of that, leaving her with $47,685 on-hand. That’s more than $250,000 short of LaMarca’s total.
However, Collum also earned an ‘angel donation‘ of $200,000 back in June, which erases much of that deficit.
She also recently received support from a PAC created by former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro.
Outgoing state Rep. George Moraitis, who now has the seat, is term-limited.
Though Broward County typically leans Democratic, HD 93 has been an exception. That could change in a wave election year, however. Moraitis, a Republican, won his 2016 race by fewer than 8 percentage points.