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Ahead of primary, meeting the candidates

(From left) Ty Hill sits with his wife Kathy Hill and Natalie Kahler, a candidate for Brooksville City Council all listen to candidates running for office, give a short campaign speech at the Knights of Columbus building in Spring Hill on Thursday. The Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce sponsored the "Politics in the Park" meet-and-greet the 2014 candidates forum held at the Knights of Columbus in Spring Hill on Thursday, July 7, 2014. Residents of Hernando County had the opportunity before the primary elections on August 26th to meet with candidates who are running for local, state and federal offices. Also those in attendance were able to participate in voter registration and a 'Straw Poll' administered by the Hernando County Supervisor of Elections Office.

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(From left) Ty Hill sits with his wife Kathy Hill and Natalie Kahler, a candidate for Brooksville City Council all listen to candidates running for office, give a short campaign speech at the Knights of Columbus building in Spring Hill on Thursday. The Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce sponsored the "Politics in the Park" meet-and-greet the 2014 candidates forum held at the Knights of Columbus in Spring Hill on Thursday, July 7, 2014. Residents of Hernando County had the opportunity before the primary elections on August 26th to meet with candidates who are running for local, state and federal offices. Also those in attendance were able to participate in voter registration and a 'Straw Poll' administered by the Hernando County Supervisor of Elections Office.

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

Ty Hill, left, sits with his wife, Kathy Hill, and Natalie Kahler, a candidate for Brooksville City Council, as they listen to candidates give short campaign speeches Thursday at the Knights of Columbus building in Spring Hill. The Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce sponsored the "Politics in the Park" meet-and-greet and forum to give residents of Hernando County the opportunity to meet the 2014 candidates running for local, state and federal offices. Those in attendance were also able to participate in voter registration and a straw poll administered by the Hernando County Supervisor of Elections Office. The primary elections are on Aug. 26.

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