Daphne Campbell was all smiles during a post-election victory party at MOCA Cafe & Lounge in North Miami.
And the Democratic state representative had a few guests from the other side of the aisle.
Campbell won her state Senate primary by a comfortable margin on Tuesday -- and she celebrated with a few notable Miami-Dade County Republicans: former congressman and Republican state Rep. nominee David Rivera and Miami-Dade Republican Party Chairman Nelson Diaz.
Campbell, who is the heavy favorite to win the Democratic-leaning Senate seat against no-party candidate Phillip Brutus in November, has a voting record on social issues like abortion that aligns more with Republicans than Democrats.
A.D. Lenoir, a Miami pastor and 2014 county commission candidate, posted the photo with Diaz and Campbell on Facebook.
"Congratulations to Senator Daphne...the most conservative Democrat that I know!" Lenoir's post said. "Standing strong & solid on your Christian values, pays dividends in the end!"
Diaz and Campbell did not immediately return a request for comment.
This post has been updated to include Rivera's comment.