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Candidates already on November ballot

Candidates already on the November ballot

The following candidates either had no opposition in the primary elections or are running in races that will not appear on the ballot until November:

U.S. Congress, District 5

James "Jim" Piccillo (D)

District Court of Appeal

Jay Cohen

Jacqueline R. Griffin

Bruce W. Jacobus

David A. Monaco

Vincent G. Torpy Jr.

State House, District 44

Robert Schenck (R)

County Commission, District 2

Rose Rocco (D)

Spring Hill Fire Rescue District

(Top two vote-getters win election)

Sherry Adler

"Rusty" Guy Amore

George Biro

Harry E. Chamberlain

Benjamin Edwards

Kenneth E. Fagan

Sterling Hill Community Development District, Seat 1

Sandra Manuele

Louis E. Peters

Sterling Hill Community Development District, Seat 2

Kenneth Hedges

Christina Miller

Francis T. Zuilkowski

Candidates already on November ballot 08/10/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, August 10, 2010 5:07pm]
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