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Know Your Candidates 2010

Hillsborough County voter guide

In addition voting in statewide senate and governor races, Hillsborough county voters will choose new state house representatives, county commission and school board members and vote on a transit tax at the polls on Nov. 2. Request a mail-in ballot or find your voting precinct at the Hillsborough supervisor of elections' website.

Read up on voting basics, including early voting and Nov. 2 poll hours.

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U.S. House, District 9

U.S. House, District 11

U.S. House, District 12

The District 12 seat was vacated by Republican Adam Putnam as he runs for Florida agriculture commissioner.

State Senate, District 16

State House District 47

State House District 56

State House District 57

The winner will replace term-limited Republican Faye Culp.

State House District 58

State House District 60

Two look to replace Republican Rep. Ed Homan, who is term-limited out.

State House District 61

State House District 67

Hillsborough County Commission

District 1

District 2

District 5

  • Linda Saul-Sena
    Democrat and former Tampa City Council member
  • Ken Hagan
    Republican and district 2 county commissioner
  • Jim Hosler
    No party affiliation. Business consultant

District 7

Hillsborough County School Board

District 4

Incumbent Jennifer Faliero was toppled by two challengers in the Aug. 24 primary.

District 6

Transit tax

This measure would add a .1 cent sales tax increase to pay for transit-related projects. Read the PolitiFact file on the topic.

Judge of the Supreme Court

Judge of the District Court of Appeal, 2nd District

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