Interview: Ted Yoho Primary Winner
Published August 15th, 2012
ALACHUA COUNTY - It's an upset that few saw coming.
Newcomer Ted Yoho beat 12-term incumbent Cliff Sterns in the District 6 Congressional GOP primary race.
Yoho won with 34 percent of the vote in a district that is primarily conservative.
Sterns was right on his heels with 33 percent of the vote.
Yoho is a veterinarian in Gainesville.
He says if he is elected in the November election, he will listen to what his supporters want.
The democrat who will be on the ballot against him in November is JR Gaillot.
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