Bob Henriquez outraises Ronda Storms in Hills. Co. Property Appraiser race


Bob Henriquez, whose campaign for Hillsborough County Property Appraiser started just over a month ago on May 25t, outraised all other opponents in the race in individual contributions, raising $20,512, compared to 12 year incumbent Rob Turner who raised only $14,765 (in 13 weeks) and Ronda Storms who raised only $11,230 in her six weeks in the race.

“I am humbled by the groundswell of support in coming in first place from all the individual contributors who have donated to support my campaign. I am honored by the support that I have received from the community who is looking for stable and qualified leadership to manage the Property Appraiser’s Office. “  Henriquez stated.  “Voters recognize that I will rethink, reinvent, and revitalize the Property Appraiser’s office through modernization and creation of user friendly services for the citizens of Hillsborough County and that showed through strong support for my campaign. “



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