Three Republican representatives are organizing fundraising in Tallahassee later this month.
The event is scheduled for October 23 from 5:30 PM. The reception takes place in the boardroom of the Governor's Club, 202 South Adams Street.
This coincides with the third interim committee week preceding the 2020 parliamentary term, which starts on January 14.
The fundraising will go to the re-election accounts of Brevard County Rep. Randy Fine, Jacksonville Rep. Jason Fischer and West Palm Beach Rep. Rick Roth.
All three legislators are running for their third term in 2020.
Fine represents the south of Brevard County in House District 53, Fischer represents part of Duval County in House District 16 and Roth represents the north of Palm Beach County in House District 85.
All three hold Republican reclining seats, and Fine and Fischer walk unhindered.
Roth, however, is challenged by the democrat Jim Carroll this cycle.
Despite the district's leanness, Carroll raised $ 21,775 from donors until August 31, and also shook his campaign account with $ 50,000 worth of candidate loans.
Roth had raised $ 31,600 at the end of last month and has about $ 27,000 in the bank. Carroll has not yet submitted his financial report from last month. It is due to the state later this week.
The collection campaign is below.