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Some Hernando races are only on the Nov. 6 ballot

There are no primary elections in several races, and the races will not appear on the ballot until the Nov. 6 general election. They include:

U.S. representative, District 11: Richard B. "Rich" Nugent (R); H. David Werder (D)

State senator, District 18: Wilton Simpson (R); Joshua F. Smith (D)

State representative, District 35: Rose Rocco (D); Robert Schenck (R)

Brooksville City Council, Seat 2: Frankie Lee Burnett; Betty J. Erhard

Sterling Hill Community Development District Board, Seat 4: Frances Krause; Francis Zuilkowski

Sterling Hill Community Development District Board, Seat 5: Louis Earl Peters; Jo-Ann Polletta; and Jami L. Bost

There will also be four referendum questions on the ballot Nov. 6:

Hernando County: Nonbinding referendum asking voters whether they favor a property tax of up to one-tenth of 1 mill to fund acquisition, management and maintenance of environmentally sensitive lands through 2021.

Hernando County: Nonbinding referendum asking voters whether they favor continuing to levy a property tax of up to one-tenth of 1 mill to fund mosquito control.

City of Brooksville: Charter amendment that would increase consecutive term limits for City Council members to three four-year terms.

City of Brooksville: Charter amendment that would allow for the forfeiture of office should a City Council member no longer meet residency requirements of having primary residence within the city limits.

Some Hernando races are only on the Nov. 6 ballot 07/28/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 6:27pm]
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