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Elections

Early voting begins today in Pinellas County

Early voting begins today in Pinellas County

Voters in Pinellas County can get a jump on casting their ballots beginning today.
Updated: 9 hours ago
Pinellas candidate claims trickery after early morning robocalls

Pinellas candidate claims trickery after early morning robocalls

ST. PETERSBURG — It was 4:34 a.m. Sunday, and a ringing phone woke Sarasota resident John Ganas from a peaceful sleep.
Updated: 18 hours ago

Race for north Pinellas commission seat heats up

CLEARWATER — After a frenetic primary campaign between seven Republican candidates, the general election contest to replace retiring County Commissioner Susan Latvala has been a more low-key affair.
Updated: 19 hours ago
Four candidates vie for state House in District 35

Four candidates vie for state House in District 35

Because of term limits, current state legislator Robert Schenck, a Republican, must step down this year.
Published: 10/19/14
Justices allow Texas use of new voter ID law

Justices allow Texas use of new voter ID law

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court said Saturday that Texas can use its controversial new voter identification law for the November election.
Published: 10/19/14

Local condo owners fighting conversions

PALM HARBOR — As cars zoomed past on busy Tampa Road on Friday morning, a handful of residents stood outside the cluster of condominiums and apartments where most of them live. George Sheldon, the Democratic candidate for Florida attorney gene...
Published: 10/18/14

Our election recommendations

Statewide
Published: 10/20/14

Our election recommendations

Statewide
Published: 10/19/14
Fan friction propels Crist at Pasco rally

Fan friction propels Crist at Pasco rally

NEW PORT RICHEY — The buzz about Wednesday night’s “Fangate” scandal carried over into a rally Thursday supporting Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist....
Published: 10/16/14
Three vie for Brooksville City Council Seat 4

Three vie for Brooksville City Council Seat 4

BROOKSVILLE — The city’s controversial red-light cameras, expected to generate more than $3.1 million in revenue from traffic citations next year, is the most divisive issue facing candidates for the Brooksville City Council seat now he...
Published: 10/16/14