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Voter suppression; Jay Stowe; local sports; “Come From Away”

Nixon-Voting
Raymon Troncoso
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WJCT News
State Rep. Angie Nixon joins pastors and organizers in front of Jacksonville City Hall to call out election supervisor Mike Hogan over the reduction of early voting sites.

Early voting ended Sunday for this week’s special election to fill the seat on Jacksonville’s City Council vacated by the late Tommy Hazouri. Four candidates are on the ballot — two Democrats and two Republicans, encouraging more people to turn out for tomorrow’s election.

Amidst the bipartisan calls for more voters, local leaders accuse the city of voter suppression.

Guest: WJCT News reporter Raymon Troncoso.

Jay Stowe

A grand jury investigation continues into the failed attempt to privatize Jacksonville’s utility, JEA. Meanwhile, they carry on, with new leadership in place after controversy engulfed the company.

Guest: Jay Stowe, CEO of JEA.

Local sports

WJCT Sports Analyst Josh Torres joined us with updates on all the local professional and college sports teams.

Guest: Josh Torres, WJCT sports analyst.

'Come From Away'

"Come From Away" opens tomorrow night at the Times-Union Center.

The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical tells the true story of the small town in Newfoundland that welcomed the world after 9/11.

Guests:

Florida Roundup Associate Producer Katherine Hobbs can be reached at khobbs@wjct.org or on Twitter at @KatherineGHobbs.