Incumbent U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor has continued to maintain a hefty war chest over challengers – including a $1 million cash on hand lead over all candidates.
Castor, who is running for re-election in Florida’s 14th Congressional District, collected $251,959 in Quarter 2, which ended in June. That brings her total raised in the 2022 election cycle to $1.1 million.
Her closest competitor fundraising-wise is Republican Jerry Torres, who has collected $207,400 – including $206,400 in self-funding. He has $65,581 cash on hand.
Torres faces James Judge and Sam Nashagh in the Republican Primary. Judge has amassed $145,027 and Nashagh $18,650.
– Kelly Hayes, Florida Politics