Republican Tom Fabricio Raised $ 34,000 last month to protect his seat on behalf of House District 110. Almost one-third of that total came from a local cryptocurrency mining company.
His biggest profit in May was a $ 10,000 donation from the Medley-based crypto business. Bit5ive, Describes itself as a “major cryptocurrency mining data center and Bitcoin farm company”. Company CEO, Robert Collazo,come from Entertainment industry..
Fabricio also enjoyed the support of several Republican politicians. He received $ 1,000 per person from the Political Commissar of Clay County. Sam Garrison And Sweetwater Rep. David BoleroAnd another $ 1,000 from a lawyer and a former senator candidate Mariri Cancio JohnsonWho’s governor. Ron DeSantis Appointed to Greater Miami Highway Agency..
Other donations included $ 3,000 from a company owned by a millionaire car dealer tycoon. Norman Braman$ 2,500 from Florida Power & Light’s parent company NextEra Energy and $ 2,000 from the lobbying division of the Florida Association of Realtors.
Fabricio spent $ 9,000 in May, more than half of which was spent on consulting.He paid $ 3,000 to Coral Gables Base Upper hand strategy Another $ 2,000 based in Jackson Building Political capitalCounts several other members of the Florida GOP as clients, including state personnel. Alex Andrade, Danny Burgess, Mike Jalon Baldo, Fred Hawkins When Jason Schof..
Fabricio gave $ 1,000 to the campaign Monica ColucciA primary school teacher, a former member of the West Kendall Municipal Advisory Board, and currently running to get rid of a longtime board member of the Miami-Dade County Public School. Malta Perez..
He also spent about $ 1,500 printing campaign materials.
The HD 110 covers most of northern Miami-Dade, including the Miami Lakes and Hialeah.According to Fabricio, he recently moved to Miami Lakes. Johanna de la Torre Of the upper hand strategy.
Candidates faced a Friday deadline to report all election funding activities by the end of May.
Editor’s Note: This story has been modified to correctly show which city is on the HD110.