Mayor Craig Lowe Could Still Win The Election
It's still up to the voter. That's what the Supervisor of Elections says about Mayor Craig Lowe's chances of winning the election, after he was arrested on suspicion of a drunk driving crash. Early voting began for the City of Gainesville's Run-Off Election. Supervisor of Elections Pam Carpenter says about a thousand voters came out for early voting in the General Election. She expects a similar turnout this week as Former Commissioner Ed Braddy challenges the incumbent Lowe. Elections officials say voters will decide who will win the election regardless of the circumstances surrounding the candidates.
"It's always important for the voters to do their homework. You look at the candidates. You decide which candidate most closely reflects your vision for the City of Gainesville," Pam Carpenter, Supervisor of Elections said.
The Election is next Tuesday, April 16th. For more information on the Election, visit the Supervisor of Elections Page.
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