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Rick Scott’s Let’s Get to Work committee raised $495,000 during April

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Gov. Rick Scott’s Let’s Get to Work political committee raised $485,100 during April, with United Health Group Inc. kicking in the largest single donation of $100,000.

Fundraising was down from March, when the PAC raised nearly $610,000. The committee has raised more than $56.8 million since 2014. Its best month thus far this year was January, when it raised nearly $1.7 million.

The committee collected $50,000 each from Meadowbrook Inc., a communications company; and the Florida Chamber of Commerce PAC.

Contributions of $25,000 came from Anheuser Busch; Intervest Construction Inc. of Daytona Beach; Jacksonville construction contractor Heath McCall; and Mary McCall, a “homemaker.”

The committee spent nearly $136,000, with the largest check, for $74,000, going to fundraising consultant Deborah Aleksander. It paid $5,000 to Tallahassee political consultant Josh Cooper.

Scott is precluded by term limits from running for a third term, but is widely considered to be weighing a run for U.S. Senate next year.

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Michael Moline is a former assistant managing editor of The National Law Journal and managing editor of the San Francisco Daily Journal. Previously, he reported on politics and the courts in Tallahassee for United Press International. He is a graduate of Florida State University, where he served as editor of the Florida Flambeau. His family’s roots in Jackson County date back many generations.

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