Candidates Qualify for Elections as Filing Period Ends

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Candidates Qualify for Elections as Filing Period Ends


The following candidates have qualified with the Florida Division of Elections to run for office this fall. Filings have closed.

Races with more than one candidate from the same political party will be on the Sept. 5 primary election ballot.

If all the candidates in a given race are from the same party, the victor in the September election -- or October runoff, if necessary -- wins that seat.

Races with just one candidate from each political party will be on the Nov. 7 ballot.

Contested non-partisan races will go before voters Sept. 5 and possibly again in the Oct. 3 runoff.

STATE OFFICES

State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner

-- John Cosgrove, Democrat

-- Tom Gallagher, Republican

Education Commissioner

-- James Bush III, Democrat

-- Charlie Crist, Republican

-- Carl Joaquin Duncan, Democrat

-- Vassilia Gazetas, no party

-- George Sheldon, Democrat

State Senate

District 5

-- Cynthia Chestnut, Democrat

-- Rod Smith, Democrat

State House

District 12

-- Aaron Bean, Republican

-- Ed Gandy, Republican

-- Lex Green, Democrat

-- Bobby Hart, Democrat

-- Jim Mayo, Democrat

District 13

-- Susan Eldridge, no party

-- Mike Hogan, Republican

District 14

-- Al Barlow, Democrat

-- Terry Fields, Democrat

District 15

-- Denise Lee, Democrat (incumbent)

District 16

-- Mark Mahon, Republican

-- Charles McBurney, Republican

District 17

-- Stan Jordan, Republican

-- Jim Tullis, Republican (incumbent)

District 18

-- Don Davis, Republican

-- Edward Skinner Jones, Republican

-- Holly Kartsonis, Republican

-- Patrick Nolan, Democrat

-- Jeff Sneed, Republican

District 19

-- Monty Crook, Republican

-- Thomas Hughes, Republican

-- Dick Kravitz, Republican

District 20

-- Karen Stern, Republican

-- Doug Wiles, Democrat

District 21

-- Skeet Alford, Democrat

-- Sinclair Eaton, Republican

State Attorney

Circuit 4

-- Harry Shorstein, Democrat (incumbent)

Circuit 7

-- John Tanner, Republican (incumbent)

Circuit 8

-- Bill Cervone, Republican

Public Defender

Circuit 4

-- Lou Frost, Democrat (incumbent)

Circuit 7

-- James Gibson, Republican (incumbent)

-- James Purdy, Republican

Circuit 8

-- Richard Parker, Democrat (incumbent)

Circuit Court Judge (non-partisan)

Circuit 4, Group 1

-- Brian Davis (incumbent)

Circuit 4, Group 3

-- Michael Weatherby (incumbent)

Circuit 4, Group 6

-- Robert Foster (incumbent)

Circuit 4, Group 7

-- L. Page Haddock (incumbent)

Circuit 4, Group 15

-- McRae E. Mathis (incumbent)

Circuit 4, Group 16

-- Karen Cole (incumbent)

Circuit 4, Group 17

-- Peter Dearing (incumbent)

Circuit 4, Group 18

-- Hugh Carithers Jr. (incumbent)

Circuit 4, Group 22

-- Fred Tygart (incumbent)

Circuit 4, Group 24

-- David Wiggins (incumbent)

Circuit 4, Group 29

-- Charles Arnold (incumbent)

Circuit 7. Group 4

-- David Monaco (incumbent)

Circuit 7, Group 12

-- McFerrin Smith (incumbent)

Circuit 7, Group 13

-- Jack Watson (incumbent)

Circuit 7, Group 15

-- Michael Traynor (incumbent)

Circuit 7, Group 16

-- Patrick Kennedy (incumbent)

Circuit 7, Group 21

-- William Parsons (incumbent)

Circuit 8, Group 1

-- Robert Cates (incumbent)

Circuit 8, Group 4

-- Maurie Giunta (incumbent)

Circuit 8, Group 5

-- Toby Monaco (incumbent)

Circuit 8, Group 7

-- Elzie Sanders (incumbent)

BAKER COUNTY

Clerk of Court

-- Al Fraser, Democrat (incumbent)

County Commission

District 1

-- Julie B. …

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