Rep. Jennifer Webb rolled out a massive list of endorsements Wednesday that includes nearly 50 elected officials representing almost all of Pinellas County’s 24 municipalities.
Included in her latest endorsement push is St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman.
“I am pleased to endorse Jennifer Webb. She’s a smart, engaged representative of the people who has proven to be a commonsense leader in our state legislature. We need more of that these days,” Kriseman said.
Pinellas County Commissioner Charlie Justice also backed Webb.
“Jennifer Webb represents our community’s values. She works hard every day to bring real results and real progress for Pinellas and for Florida,” Justice said.
Webb is seeking reelection to Florida House District 69. She is so far running unopposed, but her 2018 opponent, Republican Ray Blacklidge, has indicated he intends to run, prompting Webb to leave nothing to chance.
Webb also picked up an endorsement from newly elected St. Pete City Council member Deborah Figgs-Sanders.
“I consider it an honor to endorse and support Rep. Jennifer Webb for re-election to Florida House District 69. I’ve admired her accomplishments from afar. But now as an elected official, I look forward to working with Rep.