More Pinellas legislative fundraising totals
Some final numbers in the legislative fundraising reports involving Pinellas County races of note. General theme: Incumbents and office holders still do best.
Kathryn Starkey (Republican): Raised $20,100 and spent $16,488. Overall, Starkey, a Pasco School Board member, has raised $84,900 and spent $25,200. That leaves her behind Richard Corcoran (Republican), who overall has raised $133,300 and spent $33,700.
Fabian Calvo (Republican): Raised $4,236 and spent $5,751. Calvo has raised $17,131 and spent $17,217 to date, widening the gap between him and the other candidates.
Rep. Rick Kriseman: Raised $10,660 and spent $875. Overall, Kriseman, D-St. Petersburg, has raised $28,460 and spent $10,260. That's not a lot for an incumbent, but it's easier to use when ...
Thomas Cuba (Republican): Raised nothing and spent $491. His spending came from $1,000 loaned to his campaign.
Jesse Wayne Giles (Republican): Raised and spent nothing for the last quarter.
Rep. Jim Frishe (R-St. Petersburg): Raised $10,900 and spent $5,435. He has raised $48,444 overall and spent $10,600.
Mary Russell (Democrat): The former School Board member raised $700 and spent nothing. Overall, she has raised $1,570 with nothing expended.
Jean-Paul Piccion (NPA): No reports.
David DeCamp, Times staff writer