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Sink has raised $31k for party

Alex Sink, the incoming chief financial officer, has raised $31,000 for her Jan. 2 inauguration party, according to her new website. The donations include $5,000 from Dixiana Farms in Lexington, Kentucky, $5,000 from Tower Hill Partners, a holding company with links to Tower Hill Insurance, $5,000 from Associated Builders and Contractors of Florida, and $2,500 from the Miami law firm of Lydecker, Lee, Behar, Berga & De Zayas and $2,500 from the Tallahassee law firm of Radey, Thomas, Yon, Clark and $2,500 from the Tallahassee accountant firm of Thomas Howell Ferguson.

Sink has also disclosed how much she spent so far: $7,222, which covers $2,500 for the band that will play at the party and nearly $3,000 for legal advice.

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