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Primary results are in

October 3, 2017

With all precincts reporting Tuesday night: Advancing to the General Election in November: * Cape Coral Mayor's race - Joe Coviello (4,662 or 31.42 percent of the votes) and Michael D....

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jr4623

Oct-13-17 4:28 PM

since Donnell has not disclosed his reason for being fired from the school district for inappropriate actions he is not qualified to have anything to do with elected office as for incumbents i see none in city or county worth keeping

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lawmajor

Oct-04-17 9:49 AM

Haninginthere - I agree with you 100% on bouncing Williams, however, I'm still out on the Leon deal. I've been told by several individuals that Nelson is a clone of our current Mayor and I'm no fan of our current mayor and her zest for being in the spotlight. I want our city to be known for being a great place to live and not simply controversy.

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Princess

Oct-03-17 9:31 PM

This just shows how unsatisfied people are with the actions of our city council.I voted for Rick Williams and am really disappointed in him. I bet Williams and Leon lose in the general. Hopefully we get some fiscal responsibility in place.

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Haninginthere

Oct-03-17 9:19 PM

Now we need to bounce Leon and Williams. Anyone that had anything to do with adding the two new taxes has to go!

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JustanotherBill

Oct-03-17 9:01 PM

I am glad Erbrick and Donnell got brushed aside.

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