Peter Cuderman withdraws from Residence race amid crash investigation


A staffer on Ron DeSantis’ gubernatorial campaign withdrew from a state Residence race months following involvement in a fatal crash.

Peter Cuderman sent a letter to the Division of Elections informing the state he ended his run in Residence District 76. The division received a copy of the letter on April 23.

“Please accept this letter as official notification that I am withdrawing my candidacy for Florida State Representative,” Cuderman wrote.

He did not respond to calls from Florida Politics about his choice to withdraw.

The Bonita Springs Republican held his eye on the seat for very same time, filing in March of 2018 to run. Shortly following, he sent a letter to the Division generating clear he wanted to run in the 2020 cycle.

State Rep. Ray Rodrigues, the Estero Republican representing the district, can not seek re-election subsequent year due to the fact of term limits.

By means of final October, Cuderman raised pretty much a $24,200 toward his run. But he raised no dollars because then. He’s filed monetary report waivers each month this year.

Cuderman has reported no campaign activity because a Dec. 30 crash that left a Fort Myers man dead.

The Florida Highway Patrol officials stated they has

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