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Several races already decided

Several races already decided

Several races already have been decided either because candidates drew no opposition or a winner was determined in the August primary election:

State attorney: Brad King (R)

Public defender: Mike Graves (R)

5th Circuit judges: Patricia V. Thomas, Michelle T. Morley, Steven G. Rogers, Heidi Davis, Hale R. Stancil, William G. Law Jr., Stephen E. Toner Jr., David B. Eddy, Anthony M. Tatti, Edward L. Scott, Michael G. Takic and Daniel B. Merritt Jr.

Clerk of the circuit court: Donald C. Barbee (R)

Property appraiser: John Emerson (R)

Tax collector: Sally L. Daniel (R)

School Board, District 2: Matt Foreman

Brooksville City Council, Seat 3: Joseph E. Johnston III

Brooksville City Council, Seat 4: Kevin Scott Hohn

Spring Ridge Community Development District Board, Seat 3: Debra Ellen Myers

Spring Ridge Community Development District Board, Seat 4: Guillermo E. Velez

Several races already decided 10/20/12 [Last modified: Saturday, October 20, 2012 4:31am]
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