During the July 26 to Aug. 1 reporting period, Danish took in $6,500— with $14,700 in-kind support from the Florida Democratic Party — for a total of $88,097, according to the state Division of Elections.
After spending $308 in the weeklong period, for a total of $23,430 to date, Danish’s cash on hand now stands at $64,667.
Although Harrison only raised $5,900 in the same period, his fundraising lead stands at $118,676. However, after spending a total of $72,548 to date, Harrison’s war chest is down to $46,128.
Harrison is faces Danish once again to retake the district covering north Hillsborough County. First elected to the House in 2010, Harrison served single term, losing to Danish in 2012.