Mucarsel-Powell has outraised Democratic opponents in Florida’s U.S. Senate race



Debbie Mucarsel-Powell has raised the most money in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate in Florida, taking in $3.77 million since the start of the campaign cycle.

Mucarsel-Powell raised $2.07 million in the fourth quarter of 2023. Stanley Campbell has raised the next most in the primary, with $1.02 million since the start of the campaign. This fundraising is from the fourth quarter alone.

The primary will take place on Aug. 20. Thirteen candidates, including those who have dropped out, raised a combined $5.26 million through Dec. 31, 2023. Looking at all 125 congressional battlegrounds we are tracking, this is more than the average of $3.41 million.

Twenty-three candidates raised a combined $132.75 million running for U.S. Senate in Florida in 2022, while 13 raised $119.39 million in 2018.

Below is how much each Democratic candidate has raised and spent so far during the 2023-2024 election cycle:

Looking at Mucarsel-Powell and Campbell alone:

3,002 donors donated to Mucarsel-Powell’s campaign last quarter.Of those 3,002, the largest share, 824 (27%), donated between $5 and $24.22 donors donated to Campbell’s campaign last quarter. Of those 22, the largest share, nine (41%), donated over $1,000.

The next reporting deadline for congressional candidates is April 15. Those reports will cover the period of Jan. 1 to March 31. To learn more about this race, click below.

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