State's Candidates Begin Qualifying for Fall Elections

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State's Candidates Begin Qualifying for Fall Elections


The following candidates qualified yesterday with the Florida Division of Elections to run for office this fall. Qualification for state office began yesterday and will continue through Friday at noon.

The qualifying fee is 6 percent of the candidate's annual salary as of July 1; that is reduced to 4 percent for candidates without party affiliation.

The minimum number of signatures required for a candidate petition is 1 percent of the number of registered voters in the district.

STATE TREASURER AND INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

-- John Cosgrove, Democrat, paid qualifying fee

EDUCATION COMMISSIONER

-- Charlie Crist, Republican, paid qualifying fee

STATE HOUSE

District 14

-- Al Barlow, Democrat, collected petition signatures

-- Terry Fields, Democrat, collected petition signatures

District 16

-- Charles McBurney, Republican, collected petition signatures

District 17

-- Jim Tullis, Republican (incumbent), paid qualifying fee

District 18

-- Edward Skinner Jones, Republican, paid qualifying fee

-- Jeff Sneed, Republican, collected petition signatures

District 19

-- Monty Crook, Republican, collected petition signatures

-- Dick Kravitz, Republican, collected petition signatures

District 20

-- Doug Wiles, Democrat, collected petition signatures

District 21

-- Skeet Alford, Democrat, collected petition signatures

-- Sinclair Eaton, Republican, collected petition signatures

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE (NON-PARTISAN)

Circuit 4, Group 1

-- Brian Davis (incumbent), paid qualifying fee

Circuit 4, Group 3

-- Michael Weatherby (incumbent), paid qualifying fee

Circuit 4, Group 6

-- Robert Foster (incumbent), paid qualifying fee

Circuit 4, Group 17

-- Peter Dearing (incumbent), paid qualifying fee

Circuit 4, Group 18

-- Hugh Carithers Jr. (incumbent), paid qualifying fee

Circuit 4, Group 29

-- Charles Arnold (incumbent), paid qualifying fee

Circuit 7. …

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