Florida For All is a left-of-center PAC that supports Democratic candidates and ballot measures within the state of Florida.
Florida For All was founded by Carlos Odio, a DNC super delegate who also worked as the president of Win Florida Inc., a left-of-center 501(c)(4) voter mobilization group that works in collaboration with Florida for All. 
In April 2019, Raymond Paultre became the chairman of Florida for All.  Paultre had previously worked as Northeast Florida’s field director for the 2012 Barrack Obama presidential campaign, as a consultant for the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, and as an adviser to Stephen Bittel’s successful campaign for chair of the Florida Democratic Party. 
The month before, Florida for All received the $500,000 grant from CPAF its total expenditures were less than $1,000, but after that the group received the grant from CPAF its expenditures reached $80,000 that same month.  Of those expenditures roughly $42,000 was paid to the Florida Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee for “polling”. 
The Civic Participation Action Fund (CPAF) made an additional grant of $200,000 to Florida for All in October of 2018. 
Other prominent donors to Florida for All include left-wing philanthropist Donald Sussman, who contributed $200,000 in October 2018, and the Sixteen Thirty Fund, which contributed $480,000 in 2018.