The Tampa Bay Times reports:
Anna Paulina Luna, a candidate for Florida’s 13th Congressional District, has filed a petition for a stalking injunction against one of her soon-to-be opponents, saying he and two other potential candidates conspired to kill her.
Luna previously ran against Charlie Crist in 2020 for the seat that covers southern Pinellas County and lost. She served a temporary injunction to William Braddock, a 37-year-old St. Petersburg resident who said he plans to register Wednesday with the Federal Election Commission as a Republican candidate for the congressional seat.
In her injunction, Luna writes that she is a congressional candidate and was the Republican nominee for the 2020 cycle. “I received information yesterday (at midnight) regarding a plan (with a timeline) to murder me made by William Braddock in an effort to prevent me from winning the election for FL-13,” Luna wrote in the document.
Read the full article. Luna is a regular on Newsmax and has appeared on Candace Owens’ show.
The GOP primary to replace Charlie Crist seems to be going well…
“I received information yesterday regarding a plan to murder me to prevent me from winning the election.”
— David Jolly (@DavidJollyFL) June 14, 2021