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With election over, it's time too look ahead to November ballot

The November lineup

These are the local matchups that Hernando voters will find on the Nov. 2 general election ballot:

U.S. Congress, District 5

Richard Nugent, Republican

James Piccillo, Democrat

State House, District 44

Diane Rowden, Democrat

Robert Schenck, Republican

County Commission, District 2

Wayne Dukes, Republican

Rose Rocco, Democrat

School Board, District 5

Cynthia Moore

Sandra Nicholson

Sterling Hill Community Development District, Seat 2

Kenneth Hedges

Christina Miller

Francis T. Zuilkowski

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

Hernando school district referendum

Voters will be asked whether to give the School Board the option of increasing the property tax rate by a quarter-mill for the 2011-12 and 2012-13 fiscal years.

Hernando County referendum

County voters, other than those in the city of Brooksville, will be asked whether they favor implementing mandatory once-a-week garbage, yard waste and recycling pickup services.

With election over, it's time too look ahead to November ballot 08/25/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 25, 2010 4:35pm]
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