REPORT: Dems flip Florida House seat in hotly contested race

BY TEAM DML / NOVEMBER 6, 2018 /

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Democrat Donna Shalala won a House seat in Florida’s 27th district on Tuesday in a hotly contested race to replace retiring Florida Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.

The 77-year-old Shalala — who served as secretary of Health and Human Services during the Clinton administration — defeated GOP challenger, Maria Elvira Salazar, in a mostly Republican district, with 51.6 percent of the vote with 75 percent of precincts reporting.

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Shalala and Salazar — a first-time candidate and former television journalist — sparred on a number of issues, including the economy, health care and immigration.

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1 Comment

  1. Sophia November 6th, 2018 at 9:13 pm

    77 years old bag in Florida won district 27.Demorats.
    They are crazy vote for this lady.
    Whole invasion vote for her.
    She has to get opioids to work
    for better functionality.

    Reply

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