Kriseman Has Biggest Fundraising Month in Reelection Campaign Thus Far
Rick Kriseman is running for his second term as St. Petersburg mayor.
ST. PETERSBURG – Kriseman for Mayor announced today (May 1) that the campaign and an associated committee raised more than $100,000 for Rick Kriseman’s re-election in April.
That brings the total Kriseman for Mayor has raised to nearly $400,000. Kriseman raised more money in April than in any previous month of his reelection campaign.
“Every day, I talk to people who are excited about the direction our city is going,” Rick Kriseman said. “I’m humbled to have so much support for our vision of St. Petersburg.
“Under my administration, crime and poverty are down, and the pier and small businesses are going up. I ran four years ago to take on some of the biggest challenges our city has ever faced. Where others ignored these challenges, we tackled them head on, and now St. Pete is a city moving forward. It’s an honor to be your mayor, and I’m going to keep fighting to make this great city even better.”
Kriseman is seeking his second term as St. Petersburg’s mayor. Anthony Cates III, Paul Congemi and Jesse Nevel have also announced they will seek the office.
Qualifying begins 8 a.m. June 8 and ends 5 p.m. June 23. The primary is Aug. 29 and the general election is Nov. 7.
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