Pinellas GOP has now raised over $800,000 for 2012 election cycle

By on August 13, 2012

In addition to the Republican candidates raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for their individual campaigns, the Pinellas County Republican Executive Committee has now raised $803,540 for the 2012 election cycle, making it one of the best-financed county organizations in Florida.

According to the most recent campaign finance reports, the Pinellas GOP has not only raised over three-quarters of a million dollars, it has also spent $570,000 on programming, outreach and training likely to pay off for local candidates in November.

The party still has more than $232,000 left in its campaign account, in addition to the money it has carried over from previous election cycles.

To give this prodigious fundraising a sense of proportion, consider that the money the Pinellas GOP has left on-hand, after all of its programming and training, is $34,000 more than what the Pinellas Democratic Party has raised for the entire 2012 cycle.  As of August 9, the PDP has raised $199,784.

The Republicans have outraised Democrats by four-to-one in a county in which Democrats outnumber the GOP by more than three thousand voters.

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