I wrote about Josh Larose in 20011 when he ran for Mayor of Miami Dade County. At that time he opened about 100 Political Action Committees in Miami Dade County which totally f--ked up the PAC/ECO page at elections making it difficult to search.
I called the phone number on his qualifying papers: They said it was a wrong number. It took them a while to decide (two men). I asked for Josh and they said yes. Then they asked me who I was, then they decided it was a wrong number. It was the right number when I read it back to them but then they said they just got the number yesterday. The address Josh gives is a post office box. I don't understand how he could register for anything since he has over $500,000 in fines levied against him. But, he is running for U.S. Senator according to the State of Florida website.
From Politico: ‘SUPER PAC MAN’ RETURNS:
A Florida man named Joshua (aka Josue) Larose registered three new super PACs purporting to represent big corporate interests.
Larose is also registered as a Democratic candidate for Senate.
Last cycle for serially registering PACs, flooding state and federal regulators and racking up more than 2,000 counts of violating election laws, with more than $2 million in potential fines. He didn’t respond to requests for comments.
Larose filed false campaign reports for more than 300 political committees he formed for non-existent associations of supermodels, billionaires, Catholics, boxers — and more.
Despite the penalty and being dubbed “the PAC Man” by media, Larose, remains a perennial Florida candidate. He’s back running as a Democrat for U.S. Senate
Josue Larose is a political organizer from Deerfield Beach, Florida. He has formed over 41 political parties, at least 60 Super PACs, and at least 340 state political action committees.
|He is actually searchable on the Federal Election Commission website|
Well, I guess you know who I will be voting for U.S. Senator: Josh Larose - THE PAC MAN, possibly worse than Marco Rubio...most probably. I think yes, there is someone worse than Marco for the Senate.