Florida Politics: Sabrina Bousbar reports $100K raised in 10 days for CD 13 battle

Sabrina Bousbar, who would be the first woman from Generation Z to be elected to Congress if her campaign for Florida’s 13th Congressional District is successful, has hit six figures in fundraising, her campaign reports.

In the first 10 days of the campaign, Bousbar’s team brought in $100,000, according to self-reported numbers. Official campaign reports are not yet due.

At just 26 years old, Bousbar would be the first Gen Z woman elected to Congress. But she has a long way to go to get there.

Republican Anna Paulina Luna won CD 13 for Republicans in 2022 following redistricting, which shifted the district from a slight Democratic advantage to a GOP-leaning seat. Cook Political Report lists the district as “likely Republican” at R+6.

But Bousbar is optimistic given her early fundraising success.

“This incredible support shows that families here in Pinellas and young people across the country are ready for a leader with a track record of solving problems and getting things done,”Bousbar said.

“I’m running for Congress because every American deserves the freedom and opportunity to thrive in healthy, safe communities. While extremist Anna Paulina Luna prioritizes her partisan ideology and conspiracy theories, my experience has me ready to get to work and fight for the future we all deserve.”

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