Zac Anderson Political Editor @zacjanderson Republicans are eager to try and avenge James Buchanan’s loss to Margaret Good in the special election for the District 72 state House seat, but Buchanan has not decided if he will run again and it's unclear which GOP candidates may step forward if he bows out.Good's upset victory Tuesday in a district that Trump carried electrified Democrats across the country, but it only assured her nine months in office.Good is finishing the first two-year term...
There are 12,000 more Republicans in the district, but the Democrat won. Zac Anderson Political Editor @zacjanderson
Some Democrats were nervous when polls closed Tuesday in the District 72 state House special election and it became clear that Republican Election Day turnout had far outpaced Democratic turnout.Democrat Margaret Good appeared to have done well in absentee and early voting.
Zac Anderson Political Editor @zacjanderson Unusually high interest in a Sarasota state House race that is seen as a national bellwether resulted in a steady stream of voters who live outside the district getting turned away from the polls Tuesday.Sarasota resident Margaret Ann Behrends had heard about the race and was eager to cast her ballot for Democrat Margaret Good, partly to send a message that she believes the country is heading in the wrong direction under President Donald Trump. But...
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