Legislative candidates faced a deadline last week for filing reports showing finance activity through May 31. Here are House candidates who raised the most money in May for their campaign accounts. These totals do not include money raised by many candidates for related political committees.

— Wildwood Republican John Temple, District 52: $72,070

— Miami Republican Alina Garcia, District 115: $55,185

— Rep. Juan Alfonso Fernandez-Barquin, R-Miami, District 118: $54,009

— Tallahassee Democrat Gallop Franklin, District 8: $53,960

— Rep. Allison Tant, D-Tallahassee, District 9: $50,802

— Rep. Chuck Clemons, R-Newberry, District 22: $48,404

— Rep. David Smith, R-Winter Springs, District 38: $42,338

— New Port Richey Republican Brad Yeager, District 56: $40,050

— Orlando Republican Bruno Portigliatti, District 45: $39,010

— Rep. Jim Mooney, R-Islamorada, District 120: $36,800

Source: Florida Division of Elections