Jacksonville City Council Runoff Election

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Republican Terrance Freeman has won the race for Jacksonville’s At-Large Group 1 Council seat, beating Democrat Lisa King by 53.85% to 46.15%, according to unofficial returns Tuesday night.

Tommy Hazouri and Greg Rachal
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Democrat Tommy Hazouri has won the race for Jacksonville’s At-Large Group 3 Council seat, beating Republican Greg Rachal by 58.05% to 41.95% with all precincts reporting.

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Republican Randy DeFoor has won the race for Jacksonville’s District 14 Council seat, beating Democrat Sunny Gettinger by 51.2% to 48.8% with all precincts reporting, according to unofficial returns Tuesday night.

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Democrat Ju'Coby Pittman has won the race for Jacksonville’s District 8 Council seat, beating Democrat Tameka Gaines Holly by 42.36% to 57.64% with all precincts counted, according to unofficial returns Tuesday night.

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Democrat Brenda Priestly Jackson has won the race for Jacksonville’s District 10 Council seat, beating Democrat Celestine Mills by 65.26% to 43.74% with all precincts reporting, according to unofficial tallies Tuesday night.

Jackson will serve residents of parts of Northwest Jacksonville.

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Duval County Elections Supervisor Mike Hogan has been disappointed by the low turnout among early and mail-in voters in the runoff elections for five Jacksonville City Council races.

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A federal judge is requiring 32 counties – including Clay, Duval and St. Johns counties - to provide Spanish-language ballots and other assistance to Spanish-speaking voters in Florida’s March 2020 presidential primary election.

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Early voting in Jacksonville’s runoff elections is now underway ahead of Election Day, May 14.

District 10 City Council Democratic candidate Celestine Mills is a prosthetic coordinator at One Call Care Management, a workers’ compensation company that helps injured patients get prosthetics.

Randy DeFoor Campaign

Early voting in Jacksonville’s runoff elections is now underway ahead of Election Day, May 14.

One of the five City Council races on the ballot is for District 14, which covers parts of the Westside, Avondale and Riverside. The two candidates are Republican Randy DeFoor and Democrat Sunny Gettinger.

Cyd Hoskinson / WJCT News

Early voting is now underway for Jacksonville's City Council runoff elections.

Jacksonville City Council candidates facing off in citywide races for at-large seats have been invited to a Thursday evening forum in Atlantic Beach.

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With less than a month to go before the May 14 runoff election, WJCT is profiling the candidates in the 5 City Council races.

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With less than a month to go before the May 14 runoff election, WJCT is profiling the candidates in the 5 City Council races.

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Current Group 3 City Councilman Democrat Hazouri Tommy Hazouri is a former mayor, state representative, and  Duval County school board member, and says he has the support to advance up the Council leadership chain should he win the runoff election in May.

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