Brosche Campaign Continues to Raise More Funds than any Other Campaign for City Council Including Raising Nearly $17,000 in October
Anna Brosche, candidate for Jacksonville City Council At-Large Group 1, has raised $151,158.05 in total contributions since announcing her candidacy in January. Brosche has received 469 contributions from over 420 unique individuals and businesses for a monetary total of $143,835.66 and has received $7,322.39 in in-kind donations. She raised $16,529 in monetary contributions in October and has raised the most money of any candidate running for the Jacksonville City Council in the 2015 General Unitary election cycle. In addition, Brosche has raised more than any City Council candidate that was on the 2011 ballot at this time in that election cycle when not including those candidates who had loaned themselves money for their respective campaigns.
“This experience continues to be so rewarding as we continue to meet new people and make new friends. I have learned so much from my time on the campaign trail and I look forward to working with community leaders all over Duval County to promote policies that encourage economic development and fiscal responsibility while protecting our special quality of life,” said Brosche.
Brosche, managing shareholder at Ennis Pellum & Associates, CPAs, holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in accounting from the University of North Florida. She has a strong record of leadership and community involvement in Jacksonville where she is the current chair of the United Way of Northeast Florida Board of Directors and is a board member of the JAX Chamber Foundation, the Ritz Chamber Music Society, and the University of North Florida Foundation. Brosche previously served as a board member of the JAX Chamber and as Advisory Board Chair for the Jacksonville Women’s Business Center. She lives on Jacksonville’s Westside with her husband David and two children ages 14 and 8. She is a Jacksonville native and the daughter of a Filipino who joined the Navy and eventually gained U.S. citizenship. Her husband is serving in the military as a Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Navy Reserve and recently returned home after being deployed to Djibouti, an African nation near Somalia. Brosche has been endorsed by the First Coast Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors. For more information, please visit Anna’s website at: http://voteAnnaBrosche.com/.