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Kriseman Releases First Video of Reelection Campaign

Kriseman Ad | Politics | St. Petersburg

The 30-second spot is called Moving Forward.

ST. PETERSBURG – Kriseman for Mayor is airing its first TV spot called Moving Forward.

The video shows St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman in front of various locations including homes, a police vehicle and the Trop. He says, “Four years ago, St. Pete had big problems. But we tackled them head on, and today St. Pete is a city moving forward. It’s a new day for the police department and our community, we ended the stalemate with the Rays, and we’re building a new world-class pier. There’s still a sewer system to finish and more opportunity to create all over this city but I know can make sure St. Pete keeps moving forward.”

When Kriseman took office in 2014, he said he immediately began working to resolve major stalled projects like the St. Petersburg Pier, the future of the Tampa Bay Rays, and a new police station. Now, Kriseman said that under his leadership, construction is set to begin on the pier, a master plan has been completed for the Tropicana site, and ground has been broken on a new police station. Crime is down, and the police department is working with all communities to make our neighborhoods safer. Additionally, the Kriseman Infrastructure Plan will invest more than $300 million in our sewer system to build an even more resilient St. Petersburg.

Krisemsn is running for his second term as St. Petersburg’s mayor. Qualifying begins 8 a.m. June 8 and ends 5p.m. June 23. The primary is Aug. 29 and the general election is Nov. 7.

To watch the full spot, go to youtube.com.

Photo is a screen grab from the video.

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