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Races decided by Aug. 14 primary or candidate has no opposition

The winners

These races were decided by the Aug. 14 primary or the candidate has no opposition:


U.S. House 13: Mark Ober

State Legislature

House District 64: James Grant

House District 70: Darryl Rouson

Senate District 19: Arthenia L. Joyner

Pinellas County

Clerk of the Court: Ken Burke

Property Appraiser: Pam Dubov

Tax Collector: Diane Nelson

County Commission: Karen Seel

School Board: Robin Wikle and Carol Cook

Other races

In the following race, the candidate faces only write-in opposition on the Nov. 6 ballot:

Florida Senate District 22: Republican Jeff Brandes faces write-in candidate Raymond A. Baker. The Democratic Party did not field a candidate.

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