Question looms on Corrine Brown: Can she win?
If Corrine Brown’s political life has a second act, the time for rehearsals is done.
The 12-term Jacksonville member of Congress who became a convicted felon has two months to sell herself voters in a new Central Florida district where she’ll be competing against nine other Democrats in an Aug. 23 primary.
Facing some rivals who’ve been campaigning for a year, the really surprising thing about the campaign Brown started last week in Congressional District 10 might be that it’s still possible she could win.
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