Donations to remove a Confederate monument from Tampa have skyrocketed – and have seemingly already met the fundraising goal – ever since officials tied the statue’s fate to the success of the campaign. In a divisive 4-2 vote Wednesday, Hillsborough County commissioners gave fundraisers 30 days to collect $140,000, about half of what’s needed to relocate the monument from its spot in front of a courthouse annex in downtown Tampa. If the private sector did not donate half of the money needed in the next 30 days, the statue would stay in place, commissioners said.