Republican Rep. Chip LaMarca added another $30,000 in December, leaving him just shy of $200,000 in cash on hand as the calendar turned to 2022.
LaMarca raised $18,500 through his campaign account last month and another $11,500 via his political committee, Citizens Helping Improve Policy.
Beta Team Investments, a Boca Raton-based firm, donated $10,000 to LaMarca’s PC in December. That was the largest single donation courted by LaMarca during the month.
Gillis Investments #2, a Davie-based investing and finance organization, donated $5,000. Heritage MGA, a Clearwater insurance firm, contributed $2,500. The Florida Physical Therapy Association added $1,000 to LaMarca’s PC.
The Tripp Scott law firm contributed $1,000 to LaMarca’s campaign account in December, as did Ericks Consultants out of Tallahassee. The Employees of Raytheon Technologies Corporation PAC also added $1,000, as did the FRF Political Committee and the Florida Operators Association.
LaMarca spent light during the month, listing just under $260 in expenses. Most of that went to Xfinity Mobile for campaign communication services. He also paid nominal fees for domain name registration and service fees.
As of Dec. 31, LaMarca holds just over $197,000 between his two accounts.
The Lighthouse Point Republican is currently serving his second term in the House