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Know Your Candidates 2012: Primary Election

Pasco county primary elections

The primary election for federal, state and local offices will be held on Aug. 14.

Depending on the race, registered Democrats or Republicans can vote for their party's candidates for U.S. and state House, U.S. and state Senate, and Hillsborough county commissioner, elections supervisor and property appraiser.

All voters can cast ballots in judicial races.

 

Election details

Editor's Note: Congressional and legislative districts have shifted significantly this election cycle due to the state's once-a-decade redistricting. To find the districts you are eligible to vote in, Visit the supervisor of elections website.

Explore the new districts and see how they have changed at tampabay.com/redistricting

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State legislative races

State Senate District 17

Republican candidates

State House District 36

Republican candidates

Winner-take all closed primary.

State House District 37

 

County-level races

Pasco County Superintendent

Republican candidates

Closed GOP primary

Pasco County Sheriff

Republican candidates

The winner faces Democrat Kim Bogart in November.

Pasco County Commission District 1

Pasco County Commission District 3

Pasco County Commission District 5

Republican candidates

Pasco County Property Apprasier

Republican candidates

Pasco County School Board district 2

Nonparty race open to all voters

Port Richey Mayor

Nonparty race open to all voters

 

Judicial races

Pasco County Judge, Group 2

Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge, Group 15

Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge, Group 31

Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge, Group 45