Webster Barnaby begins the race in the driver’s
seat with a two-to-one fundraising advantage.
The Webster Barnaby Campaign today announced that he is the clear fundraising leader in the race to succeed David Santiago, who faces term limits in 2020, in Florida House District 27. Barnaby has raised $15,150 since entering the race last month, leading his closest opponent in fundraising by a two-to-one margin.
“As I share my vision for our great state, people are responding,” said Barnaby. “I believe District 27 is the best place to live, work, and raise a family in Florida, and I’m grateful for our early momentum in this race. Our clear message of support for a stronger economy, pro-life values, and President Trump’s agenda for a more secure and prosperous America resonates with voters, and I look forward to sharing it with as many of them as possible.”