Mayoral Election Vote
GAINESVILLE - One month after the general election, the day for the runoff election is here.
Incumbent Mayor Craig Lowe faces a strong chanllege from former commissioner Ed Braddy.
Residents have feelings and hope the candidate they vote for will take office.
Election officials say compared to early voting in the March general election 62 more people voted early in this election.
"I really like mayor lowe's record on civil rights and on environmental protection," Laurel Lamme a Gainesville resident said.
"i'm voting for Braddy because he complained about not having a vision I think what we need right now is not much vision but someone who gives stability to have vision, " Bill Alexander, Gainesville resident said.
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