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Nearly three dozen candidates qualify in Tampa mayor and City Council races

TAMPA — The field is set for Tampa's March 1 city elections, with five candidates for mayor and more than two dozen for City Council, where all seven seats are in contention. These candidates qualified for the ballot by Friday's noon deadline:

Mayor

Bob Buckhorn

Rose Ferlita

Dick Greco

Thomas Scott

Ed Turanchik

City Council

District 1

Rick Barcena

Guido Maniscalco

Tom Slaughter

Curtis Stokes

Mike Suarez

District 2

Susan W. Long

Mary Mulhern

Scott Strepina

District 3

Yvonne Yolie Capin

Michael Ciftci

Chris Hart

Seth Nelson

Jason W. Wilson

District 4

Joseph V. Citro

Harry Cohen

Tony DeSisto

Julie Jenkins

Dennis Meyers

District 5

Stanley Gloster

Lynette Tracee Judge

Herold Lord Jr.

Frank Reddick

Carroll "Carrie" West

District 6

Kelly Benjamin

Charlie Miranda

District 7

Joseph Caetano

Dean Hale

Lisa Montelione

Charles "Charlie" Perkins

Nearly three dozen candidates qualify in Tampa mayor and City Council races 01/14/11 [Last modified: Friday, January 14, 2011 3:38pm]
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