Bob Kersteen adds to his list of antiques, err, I mean endorsements

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City Council candidate Bob Kersteen, fresh from his previous trip to the antique store, has added more names to his list of endorsements.  From Kersteen’s Facebook page:

Bethia L. Caffery, retired St. Petersburg Times Columnist
Hillsborough County Commissioner Victor Crist
Mayor Michael J. Yakes, City of Gulfport
Mayor Kathleen Peters, City of South Pasadena
Councilman Rick Butler, City of Pinellas Park
Council Person Janice Miller, City of Oldsmar
Councilor Bob Matthews, City of Seminole
Councilor & Vice Mayor Leslie Waters, City of Seminole

Now, there are a lot of nice people on that list, including my friends Kathleen Peters and Leslie Waters, but aren’t all of the folks on this list supporters who live OUTSIDE St. Petersburg?

In other words, Kersteen has built a list of support from the old and the out-of-town.

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