State. Rep. Jim Boyd raised more than $29,000 in contributions during the second quarter of 2012, bringing his fund-raising total for his re-election campaign to $128,111, according to a campaign finance report filed with the Florida Division of Elections.
After taking into account the $28,542.60 he has spent as of July 6, Boyd, R-Bradenton, had just under $100,000 in the bank -- substantially more than what's in the warchest for Democratic challenger Adam Tebrugge.
Tebrugge, a Bradenton attorney, has raised almost $17,000 in contributions, and spent more than $5,500, according to his report.
The latest filings cover campaigns' financial activity between April 1 and July 6.
To review the reports, which include the names of donors, go here.