Tag: Let’s Get to Work

Drew WilsonFebruary 12, 2018

A political committee controlled by Gov. Rick Scott posted $10,000 in contributions and $95,000 in spending, marking the fourth month in a row expenditures outweighed income. Let’s Get to Work took in a pair of $5,000 contributions, one from Illinois-based Covenant Aviation Security and another from Kansas City-based HNTB Holdings PAC. A good chunk of […]

A.G. GancarskiFebruary 6, 2018

As the Legislative Session in Tallahassee gets closer to Sine Die, questions still remain about Gov. Rick Scott‘s plans to run for Senate. Last week, a POLITICO Florida dispatch heated up the narrative, depicting Scott as crowing over positive polling numbers, showing “body language” consistent with running, and spending big from his “Let’s Get to Work” political […]

Drew WilsonNovember 13, 2017

Gov. Rick Scott’s political committee, Let’s Get to Work, spent over $1.2 million last month on advertising, a blitz that foreshadows his likely 2018 bid for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Bill Nelson. Of the committee’s $1,281,290 in expenditures last month, $1,229,813 went towards ads. The main beneficiary was Maryland-based OnMessage, which has […]

Staff ReportsOctober 25, 2017

POLITICO reports that Gov. Rick Scott is opening a front in the 2018 ad war against likely Senate opponent Bill Nelson — and the Republican’s political committee, “Let’s Get to Work,” is buying nearly $2 million of ammo. Per POLITICO, the first ad covers “Hurricane Irma recovery, his call for Congress to fund fixes to the Lake […]

Drew WilsonAugust 12, 2017

Governor and likely 2018 U.S. Senate candidate Rick Scott brought in $164,150 last month for his political committee, “Let’s Get to Work.” The haul was balanced out by $133,645 in spending, mainly on consultants, leaving the second-term Republican governor with about $2.9 million on hand. The July donor roll included Amscot Financial, JM Family Enterprises […]


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