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McFall wants to keep the job
VOLUSIA COUNTY - Ann McFall is a familiar name here. The Supervisor of Elections is making her third bid for the job. "There's a lot of unfinished business," she said. "There's a lot coming down the next four years." Ms. McFall said voters need a supervisor with institutional knowledge on the job. "The b...
Retired teacher aims to lead Deltona's District 4
DELTONA - For 34 years, Nancy Schleicher looked after the future of this city's children as a public school teacher. Now retired, the 65-year-old wants to nurture the future of the whole city, the place she's called home for 39 years. "I've lived here, worked here and stayed here all that time," she said. "My heart is here." Ms. ...
James Paul Brown seeks District 1 seat in Edgewater
EDGEWATER - James Paul Brown has been a business owner in Edgewater for more than 20 years, and served on the city council for six of them. Now, he wants to get re-elected to the council after a seven-year hiatus. The owner of Brown's Bookstore says he always has been approachable to the public, whether he was in ...
Christine Power seeks District 1 seat in Edgewater
EDGEWATER - Christine Power was recruited to run for District 1 by the current councilman, Justin Kennedy, who is giving up the last two years of his term to run for Volusia County Council. She knows him "pretty well" because he's her parents' neighbor. "It intrigued me, and seemed like the thing to do," said Ms. ...
Longtime mayor seeks re-election
PORT ORANGE - Allen Green, who's spent almost 30 years representing the city as an elected official, wants to continue leading the place he's called home for all his life. He's running for re-election as the city's mayor in the Aug. 14 election, where he will face a challenge against newcomer Jonathan Kephar...
Mayoral candidate wants to bring 'fresh perspective' to council
PORT ORANGE - A local contractor wants to build something out of his blueprints for change in the city. Jonathan Kephart is challenging longtime mayor and councilman Allen Green for the mayor's seat in the Aug. 14 election. Mr. Kephart, 35, said he's running to offer a "fresh perspective" and new ideas to ci...

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