(US Sugar's address is also there, under these names that I did not include: Southern Gardens, Groves, etc). I was more interested in the totals raised by the candidates in the State Senate Races. I just looked very quickly at where the money came from. Remember, these are just the OFFICIAL campaign financials there are also PAC's and ECO's for candidates that I did NOT look at. You can see the fundraising is a hot mess for the Dems except for Andrew Korge. All are Dems unless otherwise noted.
State Senate Distric 35:
State Senator Oscar Brayon raised $33,000 as of 5/31/2016. (only one in race)
State Senate District 36:
Rene Garcia (Repug) raised $49,000 with $500 from U.S. Sugar. (only one in race)
State Senate Distric 37:
Miguel Diaz de la Portilla (Repug) raised $370,500. U.S. Sugar gave him $1,000. He also got $4,000 from the Southern Gardens entities (Same address as U.S. Sugar). He already is a paid lobbyist for FPL so I didn't see money here.
Rep. Jose Javier Rodriguez (Dem) also got the sugar money. He raised $203,400.
State Senate District 38:
State Rep. Daphne Campbell got $1,000 from FPL's parent company Next Era and $500 from U.S. Sugar. As of 5/23 she has raised $28,000.
Former State Rep. Phillip Brutus loaned his campaign account $10,000.
Jason Pizzo gave his account $200,000.
Senator Gwen Margolis, who left the race, had raised $129,000 with a $50,000 loan. There was no sugar money, but there was casino money, horse breeders etc.. Next Era also was not there.
Kevin Burns just jumped in, no money.
The other candidates in the race raised under $10,000.
State Senate District 39:
Anitere Flores (Repug) raised a whopping $778,700. She has a lot of Big Sugar money and money from Municipal Electric PAC.
Andrew Korge raised a very respectable $330,000. (Heard he might be moving to District 40)
State Senate District 40:
State Rep. Dwight Bullard has raised $81,937. He also took $500 from U.S. Sugar and $1,000 from Next Era.
Frank Artiles, the Repug in the race raised $341,663. There was U.S. Sugar money and a host of developers.
Ana Rivas Logan just jumped in, no money.
Let's face it, it appears they all are taking money from Big Sugar but I didn't see it on Andrew Korge's Financial Disclosure.