Robin Bartleman leads HD 104 fundraising for second month

Robin Bartleman
The Broward School Board member is giving up her seat to move to the House.

As Broward School Board Member Robin Bartleman attempts to get elected to the Florida House, she’s once again leading the field in fundraising as she competes for House District 104.

According to documents filed with the Florida Division of Elections, Bartleman raised just over $1,500 in the month of June. That’s a bit of a drop off from May, where she earned more than $4,300.

But it was more than enough to outraise her opponents.

Fellow Democrat Morey Wright, Jr. showed just $140 earned in June. That’s after hauls of more than $2,000 and $1,000 in April and May, respectively.

A third Democratic candidate, Imtiaz Mohammad, still has not raised any money since filing for the district on Nov. 11, 2018. That was true in June as well, where Mohammed’s filings show $0 earned.

Bartleman will give up her District 9 seat on the School Board to run for the open seat in 2020. Current HD 104 Rep. Richard Stark is term-limited.

Bartleman has taken in more than $27,000 since beginning her campaign in January. She spent less than $50 in June on printing and various fees. After expenditures, Bartleman has just under $24,000 on hand.

Wright, meanwhile, is sitting on less than $2,500.

HD 104 covers Weston and Southwest Ranches in Broward County. Stark has represented the district since 2012.

But facing term limits, Stark has announced he’ll run for Weston Mayor.

Ryan Nicol

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