Florida Strong launches ad attacking lawmakers' special interests
The independent advocacy organization Florida Strong is going after state lawmakers for receiving campaign money from special interests before the 2016 session.
The group debuted a new web ad, called "Agenda," which it said it plans to run on social media and on state news websites. The ad cites data reported by the Herald/Times last month in an article that found special interests gave Florida legislative campaigns more than $28 million in the six months leading up to the start of session.
Florida Strong said the 60-second spot is the first in a campaign, which will later target individual lawmakers receiving special interest money.
The group declined to say how much it was spending on the ad.
Here's the ad: