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Woman drinkingThe cost of doing business in Tallahassee continues to rise as campaign spending grows to record levels and lobbyists, companies, and just plain rich folks are asked to pay for it all. Even candidates with no serious opposition asked for and got millions in contributions.

We complete the 2014 cycyle with requests to pony up money for Governor Rick Scott's inaugural. All the special interests will chip in - it's expected. And it happens every four years.

Here's the latest from the Florida Republican Party.

Republican Party of Florida Releases Inauguration Donors

TALLAHASSEE - Today the Republican Party of Florida released the first list of donors to Governor Rick Scott's inauguration activities. These activities, which included the "Jobs Jamboree" tour that highlighted Florida's job creators and the 679,000 jobs that have been created since Governor Scott took office, are paid for by contributions to the Republican Party of Florida.

 Inauguration activities continue on January 5th and 6th in Tallahassee, where Governor Scott will participate in the inaugural prayer breakfast, the official swearing-in ceremony and a small evening reception at the Governor's Mansion. First Lady Ann Scott will also honor Florida's brave military service members and their families. 

 Inauguration donors will be released weekly.

12/9/2014 US Sugar Corporation 111 Ponce De Leon Avenue, Clewiston FL $25,000
12/9/2014 Allstate Insurance Company 2775 Sanders Road, Northbrook IL   $5,000
12/11/2014 FCCI Services, Inc 6300 University Parkway, Sarasota, FL   $25,000
12/11/2014 Calder Race Course  21001 NW 27th Avenue, Miami, FL  $15,000
Sponsored by the Republican Party of Florida
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