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The University of Central Florida hosted the Former congressmen for a town hall meeting.
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Two Former Congressmen Hold Town Hall On Gridlock In Washington


Two former Florida congressmen brought their “Why Gridlock Rules Washington” tour to Orlando today. David Jolly, (R), and Patrick Murphy, (D), held a town hall meeting on partisan gridlock in Washington. The former congressmen are visiting universities throughout the state to “Shine a light on the inside reasons why D.C. is in a state of chaos and dysfunction,” according to the tour’s website.
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Intersection: Write In Loophole


Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Michael Ertel says the write-in loophole is a huge problem. In Florida it allows a write-in candidate to close off a primary election. Ertel says the write-in loophole is not fair to voters, but he says there’s an easy way to fix the problem.
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