South Florida Reps. Magar, Trujillo, and Artiles each pass $30K in 3Q fundraising

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South Florida Reps. MaryLynn Magar, Carlos Trujillo and Frank Artiles collected more than $30,000 each in contributions between July 1 and Sept. 30, according to the state Division of Elections.

As reported in the News Service of Florida, Magar added $38,850 to her campaign during the third quarter, giving the Republican from Tequesta a total of $52,600. She is running for the House District 82 seat, which covers parts of Martin and Palm Beach Counties.

Trujillo collected $36,150 during the same period, for $53,800 in donations so far. The Miami Republican is seeking another term in House District 105, representing parts of Broward, Collier and Miami-Dade counties.

Artiles, also a Miami Republican, took in $31,700 for the quarter, reaching $57,693 overall. He is looking to continue in his Miami-Dade House District 118 seat.

All three incumbent lawmakers are currently running unopposed for re-election in 2014, according to the News Service of Florida.

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