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The mayor's seat and two commission seats are up for election in November. So far, at least one of the seats is contested, if both candidates qualify.
Supporters of President Barack Obama packed the new Largo office for its grand opening on June 20.
Elections, Local Connections
If early cookie sales in Largo are an indicator President Barack Obama will win November's presidential election.
Elections, Public Safety
Sheriff candidate Everett Rice says he transformed the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office into a "professional, respected agency."
A pair of local lawyers shared their aspirations for Congress with Largo Democrats. Plus, Attorney Mary Louise Ambrose, of Belleair Bluffs, told about her plans to run for State House District 66.
Police & Fire, Elections, The Neighborhood Files
Busy week? Allow us to catch you up on some of the highlights.
Mitt Romney earned a convincing victory over Newt Gingrich and other Republican nominees in Florida's Presidential Preference Primary.
A visit to several Largo polling places found a handful of voters. But those who came to the polls were committed to their candidates.
Elections, Local Connections, Awareness
Roughly 1,000 supporters packed into Pioneer Park on Monday to hear GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney speak on national security and unemployment.
Before heading out to vote here is your Republican primary election checklist.
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