City of Miami Beach Campaign Finance Laws
Candidates for the offices of Miami Beach Mayor or City Commissioner, as well as their campaign committees, may not directly or indirectly solicit, accept, or deposit into such candidate's campaign account any campaign contribution from a vendor, real estate developer, and/or their lobbyists.
- To view the current list of vendors prohibited from making campaign contributions, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the related resource buttons under the "Prohibited Vendors" heading.
- To view the current list of lobbyists on procurement issues, real estate developers, and lobbyists on real estate development issues prohibited from making campaign contributions, scroll to the bottom of the page and click the related resource button "Prohibited Lobbyists & Real Estate Developers" heading.
- To view a summary of the City Campaign Finance Laws as well as a copy of Division 5. - of the Miami Beach City Code entitled: "Campaign Finance Reform," please click HERE.
Prohibited Lobbyists & Real Estate Developers
*Per city code Sec. 2-487 A(4)(a)2 "Vendor" shall include natural persons and/or entities who hold 10% of a controlling financial interest in a vendor entity.