Bostock outraising Justice in Pinellas County Commission race
Less than two months away from the Nov. 6 general election, the only certainty in the race for District 3 on the Pinellas County Commission is that incumbent Nancy Bostock has more money.
Her opponent, Charlie Justice, is a known entity in Pinellas. He served three terms in the state House and another one in the Florida Senate. And the St. Petersburg resident has run successful campaigns that pulled in thousands of dollars from donors in Tampa Bay and in Tallahassee.
But Justice, who estimated he has raised about $10,000 in the last several weeks, said he is finding it harder to get donors to write large checks for a county race, especially in a poor economy. As of Sept. 14, he had pulled in about $27,000.
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