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Absentee Ballots Double Early Votes

Updated: 08/14/2012 - Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner says one third more voters cast an early or mail in ballot this primary election than in 2008, but Detzner refuses to predict how many voters will cast a ballot before polls close at seven tonight.

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Race for Leon County Commissioner At-Large, Seat One

Updated: 08/15/2012 - The Leon County Commission at-Large Seat One is currently held by Commission Chair Akin Akinyemi and is the county's only contested seat in the primary. Akinyemi is seeking his second term and is being challenged by Emily Fritz, Mary Ann Lindley, and Fred Varn.

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All Eyes on Second Circuit Judge Race

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Updated: 08/15/2012 - One of the races we're watching in Leon County involves the Second Circuit Judge. Three candidates are squaring off for the seat.

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Leon County Voters Come Out Despite Rainy Day

Updated: 08/14/2012 - Voter turnout for the primaries usually remains lower than the general election. However, Leon County usually ranks among the highest turnout when it comes to the other Florida counties.

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Florida Providing Fire Assistance to Western States

Posted: 08/14/2012 - Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam announced today that the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Florida Forest Service is sending wildland firefighters to Oklahoma, Montana, Idaho, Nevada and Oregon to assist with wildfire suppression efforts.

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Light Voter Turnout Expected as Florida Polls Open

Posted: 08/14/2012 - A light turnout was expected as polls opened on August 14th for Florida's primary election although slightly more than 1 million voters cast early or absentee ballots.

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One Local Race Focuses on Prisons, State Workers

Posted: 08/14/2012 - A crowded race in what is essentially a new House district in north Florida is in some ways serving as an outlet for the area's frustration over its diminishing influence and the GOP's continuing interest in privatizing prisons.

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Crippled Nuclear Reactor At Center of Duke-Progress Power Merger

Updated: 08/14/2012 - It's a troubled nuclear reactor that's been shut down for three years. Hundreds of millions of dollars has been spent on trying to repair it. But now, Duke Energy - the new owner of the Crystal River Reactor - is seriously considering shutting it down permanently.

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Man Arrested in Show Dog Dispute

Posted: 08/12/2012 - A southwest Florida man has been arrested after authorities say he shoved a woman to the ground over a show dog.

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