Recently-declared gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis has been criticized as a splashy contender more at home in a New York TV studio than hitting the campaign trail in Florida.
But on Wednesday, he'll be glad-handing in the Sunshine State.
It's a small affair, a $500-per-person fundraiser in Jacksonville, not too far from the congressman's home base of Palm Coast.
The flier, which advertises "heavy hors d'oeurves" along with wine and cocktails, doesn't name any of the mega-donors DeSantis touted in December.
Rather, it names a collection of locals from Jacksonville, including developer Michael Balanky, philanthropist Bob Shircliff and former Florida chief Deputy Attorney General Joe Jacquot.
Also on the host committee: Dr. Scot Ackerman, a Jacksonville radiation oncologist whose last name is misspelled "Akerman" on the flyer.
DeSantis is facing Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam and likely candidate Richard Corcoran, the Florida House speaker, in the Republican primary. Oh, and don't forget — Jack Latvala is still filed to run, too.