Florida House of Representatives candidate Tracey Kagan has picked up the endorsement of the Florida National Organization for Women Political Action Committee in her campaign to be elected in Florida House District 29, her campaign announced.

Kagan, a criminal law practice lawyer from Longwood, declared she would always champion the rights of women and girls.

Florida NOW PAC is proud to announce its endorsement of Florida State Representative candidate Tracey Kagan,” Terry Sanders, President of Florida NOW, stated in a news release issued by Kagan’s campaign. “Tracey is a longtime feminist and women’s rights advocate. We heartily endorse her for the Florida State House. Tracey would add some much-needed good sense and support of the people of Florida, not the profits of large corporations. She will make a great representative and deserves the vote of District 29.”

She faces Lake Mary lawyer Darryl Block in the Aug. 28 Democratic primary. The winner wants a shot at Republican state Rep. Scott Plakon in the central Seminole County district.

“I am one of three sisters, and I am the mother of three daughters,” Kagan stated in the release. “I am a feminist. I am deeply honored by this endorsement from Florida National Organization for Women PAC.

“I will always, always champion the rights of women and girls,” she added.

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