Local, Federal Political Races Are Set; Judicial Candidates Have Qualified; Other Races to Follow Next Month

By Pinkham, Paul | The Florida Times Union, May 3, 2008 | Go to article overview

Local, Federal Political Races Are Set; Judicial Candidates Have Qualified; Other Races to Follow Next Month


Pinkham, Paul, The Florida Times Union


Byline: PAUL PINKHAM

There were no Northeast Florida surprises Friday as qualifying ended for courthouse and federal races.

With no new candidates entering the race for state attorney, Democrats and independents in Duval, Clay and Nassau counties will be allowed to vote in the Aug. 26 Republican primary between Angela Corey and Jay Plotkin.

Voters in St. Johns, Putnam, Flagler and Volusia counties face a similar situation. There, Republican R.J. Larizza is challenging State Attorney John Tanner, also a Republican.

In Duval, Clay and Nassau counties, voters also will decide two judicial races to replace retiring judges and the circuit's first-ever election for public defender, a position that has been uncontested since it became an elected office in 1968.

Qualifying for other positions on the fall ballot will happen next month.

Here are the qualified candidates for various Northeast Florida offices, according to the Florida Secretary of State's Office:

U.S. House of Representatives, District 3

- Corrine Brown, Democrat (incumbent)

U.S. House of Representatives,District 4

- Ander Crenshaw, Republican (incumbent)

- Jay McGovern, Democrat

U.S. House of Representatives, District 6

- Tim Cunha, Democrat

- Clifford Stearns, Republican (incumbent)

U.S. House of Representatives, District 7

- Faye Armitage, Democrat

- Clyde Malloy, Democrat

- John Mica, Republican (incumbent)

State Attorney (4th Judicial Circuit)

- Angela Corey, Republican

- Jay Plotkin, Republican

State Attorney (7th Judicial Circuit)

- R.J. Larizza, Republican

- John Tanner, Republican (incumbent)

State Attorney (8th Judicial Circuit)

- Bill Cervone, Republican (incumbent)

Public Defender (4th Judicial Circuit)

- Matthew Shirk, Republican

- Bill White, Democrat (incumbent)

Public Defender (7th Judicial Circuit)

- James Purdy, Republican (incumbent)

Public Defender (8th Judicial Circuit)

- C. Richard Parker, Democrat (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 2)

- Jean Johnson (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 4)

- Jim Daniel

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 5)

- W. Gregg McCaulie (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 10)

- Lance Day (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 11)

- Mark Hulsey

- Adrian Soud

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 12)

- Donald Moran (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 13)

- David Gooding (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 14)

- Peter Fryefield (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 19)

- Jefferson Morrow

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 21)

- John Skinner (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 27

- Brad Stetson (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 28

- Frederic Buttner III

- Virginia Norton

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 30

- Waddell Wallace (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (4th Judicial Circuit, Group 32)

- Mallory Cooper (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (7th Judicial Circuit, Group 1)

- David Walsh (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (7th Judicial Circuit, Group 2)

- Edward Hedstrom (incumbent)

Circuit Judge (7th Judicial Circuit, Group 6)

- R. …

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