Political campaigns are getting more expensive every year, yet individuals are only allowed to donate limited amounts of money per election. Many candidates have opened up Political Committees (PCs) to make up the difference.
Chapter 106 of the Florida Statutes regulates campaign financing and establishes the rules for how PCs may operate. Corporations and individuals are not limited in the amount they can give to PCs, and PCs may give limited funds to candidates and unlimited funds to political parties, other PCs or Electioneering Communication Organizations (ECOs).
For more information, check out the Florida Department of State Political Committee Handbook.
— Michael Williams, CoreMessage, Inc.