The political committee behind a transit referendum in Pinellas County posted $13,429.25 in contributions during the last week of July.
More than $11,000 of that came from the Tampa Bay Partnership through in-kind administrative and accounting services.
The latest financial reports released Friday bring Friends of Greenlight to almost $650,000 in total monetary contributions and another $50,000 in in-kind.
The group spent $193,359.43 from July 26 to August 1. The bulk of that, $92,500, was on direct mailers and consulting. Another $77,742 was spent on a television advertisement.
Meanwhile, No Tax for Tracks, the committee opposing the Greelight Pinellas transit plan, only brought in $710 during the last period. That brings its total fundraising to just under $40,000.