Soderberg Campaign Raises over $540,000 in Q2; Nearly $1 Million Cash on Hand


Daytona Beach – Today, former U.S. Ambassador and FL-06 Democratic candidate Nancy Soderberg, announced that her campaign raised over $540,000 in her latest quarter of fundraising. Soderberg enters the final stretch of the primary with over $1,400,000 total raised and nearly $1,000,000 cash on hand.

“We’re seeing incredible support and energy for our campaign to bring real leadership to Central Florida,” said Soderberg. “We’ve continued to build on our broad base of supporters, and day-by-day, people are joining our movement. Time and again, I hear Florida families in this district voice their concerns about being forgotten and ignored. They want a real leader who will stand up to the special interests in Washington and get results. I’m proud to have their support to bring and be the change that this district needs.”

Soderberg’s commanding fundraising numbers reflect the strong support she has received through endorsements from Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry, Rep. Patrick Henry, Rep. Joyce Cusack, Eustis Mayor Rob Morin, Florida Young Democrats, and AFSCME Florida. She’s also been named to the DCCC’s Red to Blue list, and has amassed endorsements from Vice President Joe Biden, Gold Star Father Khizr Khan, International Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers, Emily’s List, New Dems, End Citizens United, Foreign Policy for America, and NARAL, among others.

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