Florida Special Set
Voters in the St. Petersburg area will be picking a new House member on March 25 to replace Frank Peterson, who resigned to run the state ...
Voters in the St. Petersburg area will be picking a new House member on March 25 to replace Frank Peterson, who resigned to run the state Department of Juvenile Justice.
Peterson is a Democrat, as are the four candidates who have so far launched their campaigns to succeed him. A general election will be held April 15, if anyone from another party bothers to make a go of it.
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