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Archive for Friday, July 10, 2015

Bastille Day, Sci-Fi, Soccer, Dreams and Comics

Enjoy unique French events with vendors from East End Market, live music, beer from Redlight Redlight, food trucks from all over Orlando at Audubon Parks 7th Annual Bastille Day Celebration this Saturday at the intersection of East Winter Park Road and Corrine Drive.
Published in Archives

Florida Supreme Court Orders New Congressional Districts

The Florida Supreme Court is ordering the Legislature to redraw eight congressional districts in a decision that stands to recast nearly every district in the state. Singled out in the high court's decision Thursday is Rep. Corrine Brown's district, which snakes from Jacksonville to Orlando.
Published in Central Florida News

Soto and Rangel Will Run to Fill Florida Rep. Grayson’s Seat

The race to fill Florida House Representative Alan Graysons seat is heating up. State senator Darren Soto and former state representative Ricardo Rangel announced plans today to run for the 9th district spot. Thats after Grayson announced plans to join the race for U.S. Senate. Graysons 9th district director Susannah Randolph could file to run for Graysons seat, too. She says shes strongly considering a run.
Published in Central Florida News

Congresswoman Brown Calls Redistricting Ruling “Flawed”

State lawmakers will need to draw new congressional maps for next years elections. Thats after the Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday the states congressional districts violate a constitutional amendment that prohibits gerrymandering. Democratic Congresswoman Corrine Brown, whose District 5 stretches from Jacksonville to Orlando, called the ruling flawed."
Published in Central Florida News