Democratic hopeful Aaron Bosshardt posts strong Q2 fundraising report with $42,620 raised for HD 21 campaign

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Aaron Bosshardt, Democratic candidate for State House District 21, posted another strong fundraising report. In the second financial reporting period of 2012, which included April through early July, Bosshardt raised $42,620 and will report a total take of $60,226, which included a $10K personal commitment and $7,606 in in‐kind contributions.

This brings Bosshardt’s fundraising total to $114,571 since he entered the race early this year.

“From the beginning, my campaign has focused on building a broad coalition of people that want a leader to stand up for the hard‐working families of North Central Florida,” said Bosshardt. “The results of my efforts are visible in this financial report. I am proud to have the support of teachers, firefighters and hundreds of Floridians from across the state who believe we can continue to move Florida forward.”

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