Multi-county ballots set

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Election qualifying for those seeking office in multi-county districts recently closed. Here are some of the results.
In Congressional District 3, there will be no primary. However, three people will be on the ballot in November: incumbent Ted Yoho, Republican, and challengers Ken McGurn, Democrat, and Tom Wells, no party affiliation.
Florida Congressional District 2 is a long meandering area that takes in much of the Panhandle, but comes all the way down to Levy and Marion counties. Qualifiers include Republicans Neal Dunn, Ken Sukhia and Mary Thomas; Democrats Steve Crapps and Walter Dartland, Libertarian Rob Lapham (not on the ballot until November and write-in Antoine Edward Roberts (not on the ballot).
In District 11, the battle is to replace the retiring Rich Nugent. Justin Grabelle and Daniel Webster will be on the Aug. 30 primary ballot, and the winner will face Democrat Dave Koller and Bruce Ray Riggs, no party affiliation.
In the state attorney race, Brad King was re-elected without opposition, and Mike Graves drew no opposition and was re-elected as public defender.
In the State Senate, Rob Bradley, currently in District 7, was unopposed to replace Charlie Dean in District 5; Keith Perry, Republican will battle Rod Smith, Democrat in District 8 to replace Dorothy Hukill, who is running in a district outside Marion County; incumbent Alan Hays in District 11 will face the winner of the Democratic primary, which includes Randolph Bracy, Chuck O’Neal, Bob Sindler and Gary Siplin, and two write-ins, Joseph Harris and Miranda Ratcliffe.
District 12 is one of those races where the primary is closed to Democrats. Republicans Dennis Baxley, David Gee and Marlene O’Toole are competing to face a write-in candidate, Elizabeth McNutt.
In the Florida House, in District 22, incumbent Charlie Stone drew a Republican opponent, Al Macri. Since there are no other candidates, all may vote in this primary.
In District 23, there will be no primary. Repulican Stan McClain will face Democrat Rick Perry in November.