Time for a political guessing game: Which Florida Republican may have created a new "super PAC" to raise big bucks for the 2016 election?
A new political action committee, Reform Washington, to benefit an unnamed candidate was registered Wednesday with the Federal Election Commission. Its treasurer is Nancy Watkins, a top Florida GOP political accountant based in Tampa.
The only other bit of information available on the registration form, the super PAC's website, links to a page that has yet to be created, though the domain -- reformwashington.org -- has been purchased, with the owner's name hidden by a proxy.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio has yet to announce a super PAC benefiting his likely presidential bid, but "Reform Washington" doesn't necessarily sound like a Rubio slogan (his existing PAC is named Reclaim America; his books are titled An American Son and American Dreams). So the new organization could benefit a GOP contender to replace Rubio -- perhaps Florida Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater.
There are also a number of other possible candidates, such as Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera or U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis of Ponte Vedra Beach.
No one's talking for now. Expect more news after Rubio's announcement next week.
UPDATE: The super PAC is indeed Atwater's, Politico reported Thursday.