By Florida law, campaigns, committees, and electioneering communications organizations are required to disclose detailed financial records of campaign contributions and expenditures. Chapter 106, Florida Statutes , regulates campaign financing for all candidates, including judicial candidates, political committees, electioneering communication organizations, affiliated party committees, and political parties. It does not regulate campaign financing for candidates for federal office.
Candidates for public office can find out more information about campaign finance, including reporting requirements and campaign contributions, on the Florida Division of Elections' website.
Current Financial Reports
Ensuring timely and accurate disclosure of campaign finance information is among the Supervisor of Elections' primary duties. Residents are able to view financial reports of candidates for county and local offices and committees/PACs below. Candidates for federal, state and multi-county offices are reported on the Florida Division of Elections' Website.