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Wednesday, January 20th: EARLY VOTING

 

When?
Primary Election: January 18 - January 23, 2010
General Election: February 15 - February 20, 2010

 

Where?

West Tampa Branch Library
2312 W. Union Street
10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

  - or -

Supervisor of Elections Office – County Center
601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 16th Floor
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

 


 

Tuesday, January 19th: POLLING SITE CHANGES

 

Earl Lennard, Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections announced the following Polling Site changes for the State Representative, District 58 Special Primary Election on Tuesday, January 26, 2010.  Other polling sites remain the same.

 

PRECINCT
OLD POLLING SITE
NEW POLLING SITE
NEW ADDRESS
147
Greater Tampa Assn of Realtors Fellowship Masonic Lodge 265 306 N. Lincoln Ave
221
Gateway Baptist Church St. John Presbyterian Church 4120 N. Macdil Ave
223
West Hillsborough Baptist Church Oak Grove Church of God 6830 N. Habana Ave
231
St. Paul Lutheran Church Northeast United Methodist Church 6400 N. 15th St
247
Bethanie French Seventh Day Adventist Church Forest Hills Community Center 724 W. 109th Ave
451
Iglesia De Dios Pentecostal M I Oak Grove Church of God 6830 N. Habana Ave

For directions or more information, call 813-272-5850.

 


 

Tuesday, December 29th: SIX TO VIE FOR DISTRICT 58 SEAT

 

With just a month to go before voters head to the polls, six candidates have qualified to run in a special election to replace state Rep. Michael Scionti. Scionti, a Democrat, left the post to take a job with the Department of Defense. On the Democratic side: Janet Cruz, a businesswoman and Democratic fundraiser; Pat Kemp, a community activist and chair of the Hillsborough County Democratic Party; and Gil Sanchez, a lawyer. On the Republican side: lawyer Hunter Chamberlin and accountant Jackie Rojas Quinones, president of the Tampa Latin Chamber of Commerce

 

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RECONCIDA EMPRESARIA EN TAMPA APUESTA A UNA SILLA EN EL CONGRESO DE LA FLORIDA

 

El vaivén y juego de la política siempre le ha gustado a Jackie Rojas-Quiñones. Desde que estudiaba en secundaria le llamó la atención el mundo de la política, e incluso llegó a ocupar liderazgo dentro de organizaciones estudiantiles en ese momento. Así que para ella lanzarse como pre-candidata del partido republicano para concursar al puesto de representante del Distrito 58 del Congreso de la Florida, no es nada difícil ni fuera de su dominio, destreza y talento.
Tanto Rojas-Quiñones como Gilberto Gil Sánchez por el partido demócrata son dos líderes de origen hispano dentro de nuestra comunidad, quienes desean hacer cambios en beneficios de la comunidad latinoamericana en la Bahía de Tampa.

 

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Political advertisement paid for and approved by Jackie Rojas-Quiñones, Republican, for State Representative, District 58.