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Brevard County: Four vie for Palm Bay mayor seat
PALM BAY - One incumbent and three challengers are running for mayor of the city of Palm Bay this election season. In order to qualify to contend for the seat, candidates must be residents of Palm Bay for two years prior to the election and must be registered voters. The city's qualifying period for the race be......
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Indian River County: Several candidates win by default
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Some candidates will take office in Indian River County without ever appearing on the election ballot. The final day to qualify to run for any political office was June 8 and several candidates, both incumbents and newcomers, who ran unopposed won their positions. Jeffery Smith, c......
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Martin County: Sheriff candidate promises to improve crime prevention
MARTIN COUNTY - A former educator with a military background and law enforcement experience that spans computer crime, juvenile, arson and drug investigations, among others, said she is the best candidate to replace outgoing Martin County Sheriff Robert Crowder. Linda "L. C." Jackson said she is the right candidate......
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St. Lucie County: Top law enforcement leaders win re-election without opposition
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - Three of the top officials in St. Lucie County's criminal justice system have won re-election without opposition. Ken Mascara, St. Lucie County sheriff, Diamond Litty, public defender and Bruce Colton, state attorney, will have no opposition in the primary or general elections. It will ......
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Volusia County: South Daytona incumbent wants to see city continue improving
SOUTH DAYTONA - After serving two years on the City Council, Brandon Young is aiming to earn a full four-year term. Mr. Young is running for re-election to South Daytona City Council Seat 1, facing opposition from Jean Klune in the Aug. 14 election. He's been a part of the council since September 2010, after......
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