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Lealman forum offers voters opportunity to assess candidates

LEALMAN — The Lealman Community Association candidates forum is scheduled for tonight at the VFW, 4145 34th St. N. Doors open at 6 p.m. to give voters a chance to mingle and talk with candidates before the forum.

Among the candidates who plan to attend are Charlie Justice, the Democrat running for U.S. House; Nina Hayden (D) and Jack Latvala (R), running for state Senate District 16; Janet Long, D-Seminole, running for re-election to House District 51; Thomas R. Cuba (R) who is opposing Rick Kriseman, D-St. Petersburg, for the House District 53 seat; incumbent county commissioner Calvin Harris (D) and opponent Norm Roche (R); Lewis "Lew" Williams and James "Jim" Jackson, who are running for School Board District 7; and Lealman fire commission candidates Jay D. Alexander, John G. Frank and incumbent Becky Harriman.

For information, call Ray Neri, (727) 527-5352.

Lealman forum offers voters opportunity to assess candidates 10/05/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, October 5, 2010 5:03pm]
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