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Know Your Candidates 2010

Pinellas County voter guide

In addition to voting in statewide Senate and governor races, Pinellas County voters will choose new state House representatives, County Commission and School Board members and vote on county charters at the polls on Nov. 2. Request a mail-in ballot or find your voting precinct at the Pinellas Supervisor of Elections website.

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U.S. House, District 9

U.S. House, District 10

U.S. House, District 11

State Senate, District 16

State House District 48

Both candidates in this race are running on the incumbent's record.

State House District 50

State House District 51

Hopefuls see much work to be done in the district.

State House District 52

State House District 53

State House District 54

Pinellas County Commission

District 2

District 4

Judge of the Supreme Court

Judge of the District Court of Appeal, 2nd District

Circuit Judge, 6th Circuit

These are nonpartisan races.

Group 18 runoff

Group 27 runoff

Pinellas County School Board

East Lake Fire District

Lealman Fire Control District

Largo City Commission

Charter amendments and questions

Voters will consider these local and county-wide amendments:

County charter amendment

Requires hearings for Pinellas charter commission, lengthens time between sessions and allows continuation until election

Pinellas Suncoast Fire & Rescue District referendum

Asks to increase its tax levy.

Dunedin referendum question

Changing term of office of mayor and city commissioners from three to four years.

Redington Beach charter amendment

Increasing monthly salaries for the town mayor and commissioners.

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