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Bryan Nelson endorses Terri Seefeldt as his successor in House District 31
Termed-out incumbent Bryan Nelson has a lot of talent trying to replace him in House District 31, but he’s made a decision about who he’d like to see succeed him.
Businesswoman Terri Seefeldt has announced that Nelson has formally endorsed her candidacy.
“As someone who works in the financial services industry,” said Nelson in a statement. “I respect Terri Seefeldt’s depth of knowledge of the coming disaster that is Obama Care and how it will negatively impact Florida Businesses and individuals” he continues “Terri has worked directly with the people throughout House District 31 helping them navigate their health insurance needs and she will be a much needed knowledgeable voice in the Florida House”
Seefeldt was excited about receiving Nelson’s support.
“It is really an honor to receive the endorsement of someone who has served us well in Tallahassee,” she continues, “Bryan knows the district and having his advice and support is huge pick up for my campaign.”
This is a huge pick-up for Seefeldt. Especially if Nelson will campaign and introduce her to his contacts in Tallahassee this session. It might be tricky since he’s got his own campaign to manage. He’s running for Orange County Commission District 2, which encompasses part of HD 31.
Seefeld is currently in a competitive GOP primary with chiropractor Randy Glisson and youth development leader Jennifer Sullivan. One Democrat running, Jake Seymour, who is currently unopposed in his primary