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William March - Times Correspondent

Times Correspondent

William March is a Times correspondent who writes about politics.

  1. An email fundraising campaign by Tampa Republican state Senate hopeful Jay Collins comes with a prechecked box that makes donations recurring.
  2. Hillsborough County Circuit Court Judge Jared Smith (left) is facing a challenge from Nancy Jacobs.
  3. House District 62 candidate Wengay Newton.
  4. Berny Jacques, candidate for Florida House of Representatives District 59 seat.
  5. Kim Berfield and Jason Holloway face off in the Republican primary for state House District 58.
  6. Jul. 30• The Buzz on Florida Politics
    Hillsborough County Circuit Court Judge Jared Smith (left) is facing a challenge from Nancy Jacobs.
  7. Laurel Lee with her husband, then state Senator Tom Lee, on the first day of the 2016 Florida legislative session.
  8. Jerry Torres
  9. Audrey Henson
  10. Republican congressional hopeful Anna Paulina Luna.
  11. Republican Jackie Toledo and Democrat Alan Cohn are competing for the new District 15 congressional seat.
  12. Jerry Torres
  13. One candidate in the race is leaning on online infuencers, such as “DC Drain," whose real name, Rogan O’Handley, seen here speaking at a rally in St. Petersburg last year.
  14. Democrat Alan Cohn has filed to run for the District 15 congressional seat.
  15. Republican congressional hopeful Kevin Hayslett is touting support from the father of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
  16. Democratic U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist confirms he's newly engaged to Chelsea Grimes, a mother of six children and a medical sonographer from Minneapolis. Here they are pictured on vacation at Lake Superior.
  17. Hillsborough County Circuit Court Judge Jared Smith.
  18. Jerry Torres
  19. Jerry Torres
  20. Audrey Henson
  21. Former Florida secretary of state Laurel Lee. [STEVE CANNON | Associated Press]
  22. Clearwater's Joseph Woodrow Hatchett, right, was the first black state Supreme Court justice below the Mason-Dixon line. The U.S. House reversed itself in voting by simple majority to name the Tallahassee federal courthouse for him, [Times (1975)]
  23. Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee speaks at an October news conference in Tallahassee.
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