Tag: J.B. Coxwell

A.G. GancarskiMarch 3, 2017

[Updated with new data.] “Build Something That Lasts,” the political committee of Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry, raised $110,000 in February. That sum follows a $63,000 January. Curry’s committee secured the $110,000 from five donors, including the Jacksonville Jaguars, Peter Rummell, Gary Chartrand, and J.B. Coxwell. While these are usual donors, the committee also got a $25,000 donation from Mori […]

A.G. GancarskiOctober 27, 2016

Note: a previous version of this piece asserted a connection between the family of Jacksonville CAO Sam Mousa and J.B. Coxwell. That connection was limited to Mousa having been an employee in the past. No current connection exists. We regret the error. Duval County and Jacksonville were spared the absolute worst of Hurricane Matthew’s fearsome […]

A.G. GancarskiJune 10, 2016

In a torpid May in Northeast Florida fundraising, District 7 Sen. Travis Hutson is the exception to the rule, with his strongest month in over a year. Hutson, whose district encompasses Flagler, St. Johns, Putnam and northern Volusia counties, brought in $31,750 in May. Hutson, running unopposed in the Republican primary, has raised $93,225 in total and […]

A.G. GancarskiApril 12, 2016

Lenny Curry’s PAC, Build Something That Lasts, crossed the $600,000 threshold on the strength of an $87,500 March. No real surprises were to be found in the contributors. Peter Rummell and Florida Blue went in for $25,000 each, and J.B. Coxwell went $10,000 deep. Stellar, meanwhile, ponied up $15,000. Of the $38,502 of March expenses, […]

A.G. GancarskiMarch 11, 2016

The six way GOP primary to replace Lake Ray in HD 12 had a number of interesting fundraising developments in February. Money leader Richard Clark, who has raised $50,500 on the strength of money raised before he got his job as a six-figure lobbyist for Jacksonville Transportation Authority, again raised no money. His former colleague on the […]

A.G. GancarskiSeptember 9, 2015

Circuit 4 State Attorney Angela Corey widened her fundraising lead over her challenger, Wes White, in August. Corey’s $16,488 in August brought her total to $185,678. White’s $3,500 brought his tally up to $17,750. Notable August contributions for Corey include $1,000 donations from J.B. Coxwell Contracting, John David Coxwell, Helen Coxwell, and former mayor John Peyton’s Gate Petroleum. Meanwhile, White had […]

A.G. GancarskiJanuary 2, 2015

Even as the Curry campaign still works on improving name recognition with voters, it’s clear his campaign has made inroads with the people who arguably count more – those who write checks. Nate Monroe at the Florida Times-Union reported Curry’s fundraising numbers this morning, and the former RPOF Chair had another big month: $192,770 raised, […]


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