Democratic Congresswoman Calls Seminole County “Epic Battleground for Florida’s Future”
LONGWOOD, FLA. – Stephanie Murphy for Congress is investing at least $250,000 in Democratic get-out-the-vote (GOTV) efforts in Seminole County in the final weeks of the campaign. U.S. Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy said the investment will help turn out a record number of Democrats in Seminole County.
This direct investment from Murphy follows on the heels of major investments by Developing A New Generation PAC, established by Murphy to help elect a new generation of Democratic leaders, which contributed more than $30,000 last month to competitive Florida House and Senate candidates, the Orange County Democratic Party, the Seminole County Democratic Party, and the Florida Democratic Party.
Murphy’s pledged GOTV investment is as follows:
$150,000 – Mail GOTV/Voter Education
$40,000 – Digital GOTV/Voter Education
$60,000 – Field staff and supporting materials
$250,000 – TOTAL
“Seminole County is an epic battleground for Florida’s future, and I’m all in. With this election being so important, I’m investing more than a quarter of a million dollars in voter education and get-out-the-vote efforts in Seminole County, ” said Murphy. “We need leaders in Seminole County and in Tallahassee who will put families first and stand up to the actions by the Trump and DeSantis administrations that are jeopardizing our family’s safety and our economic recovery. Together, we will flip Seminole County blue this November.”
First elected in 2016, U.S. Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy represents Florida’s Seventh Congressional District, which includes portions of Orange County and all of Seminole County, in the U.S. House of Representatives. Previously, Stephanie was a businesswoman, college instructor, and national security specialist in the Office of the Secretary of Defense where she received numerous awards for her distinguished service, including the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Civilian Service. She is the first Vietnamese-American woman ever elected to Congress and the first woman to represent this congressional district. She lives in Winter Park with her husband, Sean, and her two young children.