For the second month in a row, literally no one donated to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' reelection campaign

Friends of Ron DeSantis added $285.06 in interest on a bank account in June, while spending $19,905, according to newly filed finance reports.

click to enlarge For the second month in a row, literally no one donated to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' reelection campaign
Photo via Ron DeSantis/Facebook

As the state continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Ron DeSantis’ political committee did not receive any contributions in June --- the third straight month it has been largely idle.

The committee Friends of Ron DeSantis added $285.06 in interest on a bank account in June, while spending $19,905, according to newly filed finance reports.

The expenditures were on consulting and accounting services.

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The committee had a similar lack of activity in April and May. Nevertheless, the committee continued to have about $7 million in cash on hand as of Friday, according to information posted on the state Division of Elections website.

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