Tag: Ken Organes

A.G. GancarskiOctober 15, 2018
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In Northeast Florida, most of the live state House races and the only state Senate race are characterized by a fundamental cash disparity. Republicans have serious bank; Democrats are far behind. However, this most recently reported week saw Republicans coasting while Democrats actually won the weekly tally battle (even as cash-on-hand was less buoyant for […]

A.G. GancarskiOctober 10, 2018
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There are relatively few multi-candidate forums in Northeast Florida’s general election season, so the evocatively titled Jacksonville Candidate Forum had a disproportionate importance for candidates seeking to introduce themselves to a general election audience. One Congressional candidate, Democrat Ges Selmont, running in Florida’s 4th Congressional District, was on hand. Also present: state Sen. Aaron Bean and his general election […]

A.G. GancarskiOctober 5, 2018
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State Rep. Jason Fischer, first-term Republican representing Jacksonville’s District 16, continued to maintain his cash-on-hand lead over Democrat Ken Organes as September closed. As of Sept. 28, Fischer had nearly $117,000 in his campaign account, and another $9,000 in the account of his political committee, Conservative Solutions for Jacksonville. Fischer’s political committee has spent $85,000 in the last […]

A.G. GancarskiSeptember 24, 2018
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State Rep. Jason Fischer, first-term Republican representing Jacksonville’s Southside/Mandarin District 16, is kicking his campaign machine into high gear with the general election in sight — and that includes big fundraising and spending. Between his campaign account and his Conservative Solutions for Jacksonville committee, Fischer raised $39,500 between Sept. 8 and 14. The committee (which has just over […]

A.G. GancarskiSeptember 7, 2018
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2min258
State Rep. Jason Fischer, a first-term Republican from Jacksonville, faces a general election challenge — and judging from the first week of post-primary fundraising, he takes it seriously. Between his campaign account and that of his political committee, Conservative Solutions for Jacksonville, Fischer brought in $11,000 in the week leading up to Aug. 31, giving him roughly […]

A.G. GancarskiJuly 2, 2018
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In the first three weeks of June, state Rep. Jason Fischer, the incumbent Republican in Mandarin (Jacksonville) House District 16, lengthened his money lead against Democratic challenger Ken Organes. Neither candidate faces a primary opponent, making the race in 16 a sprint toward November. Fischer’s political committee, Conservative Solutions for Jacksonville, brought in $21,000; his campaign account received another […]

A.G. GancarskiJune 12, 2018
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Rep. Jason Fischer, a first-term Republican from Southside Jacksonville’s House District 16, had his best fundraising month of 2018 in July, as a general election challenge looms. Fischer brought in $26,000 to his Conservative Solutions for Jacksonville political committee (bringing it to $60,000 cash on hand). And he added $11,500 to his campaign account (bringing it […]


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