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History to be made with next mayor
FORT PIERCE - No matter who wins the Fort Pierce mayor's race, history will be made in the city as Linda Hudson faces off against Vincent Gaskin. In November, voters will decide if the city will have its first African-American mayor or its first female mayor. Hometown News asked the candidates the same ques...
Two vie for city commission position
FORT PIERCE - The race has narrowed from three candidates to two, but the closeness of the votes in the primary election caused R. Duke Nelson and Reginald Sessions to be on the ballot in November for Fort Pierce City Commission District 1, seat 3. Hometown News asked the candidates the same questions about...
Two vie for chance at district 2 city council seat
PORT ST. LUCIE - When it comes to the city council District 2 seat, Port St. Lucie residents will choose between incumbent Michelle Berger and Lawrence Cohen. Hometown News asked the candidates the same questions about their campaign. Their answers are below in alphabetical order. Hometown News does not end...
Two vie for chance at district 4 city council seat
PORT ST. LUCIE - Residents will make their decisions in the November election when it comes to the Port St. Lucie City Council District 4 seat. The four original candidates were narrowed to two in the August primary, and now Robert Bluestone and Ronald Bowen are facing off against each other. Hometown News ...
Redrawn district has two candidates
TREASURE COAST - As Election Day draws near, two candidates for state senate District 32 are vying for votes. Political newcomer Ray D'Amiano of Stuart is up against Sen. Joe Negron, R-Stuart. Sen. Negron currently represents District 28, encompassing parts of coastal Indian River County, sections of...

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