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- 08/14/18--05:22: _2018 Candidate Roun...
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- 08/23/18--03:38: _Gun, Loaded Magazin...
- 08/31/18--10:49: _Election 2018 Round...
- 10/08/18--05:42: _Levy County Prepare...
- 10/19/18--03:27: _A Conversation With...
- 10/19/18--09:44: _Know Your 2018 Cand...
- 11/08/18--12:34: _Hear WUFT’s Recap O...
- 11/13/18--02:56: _Hundreds Of Overcou...
- 10/08/18--05:42: Levy County Prepares For Tropical Storm Michael’s Landfall
- 10/19/18--03:27: A Conversation With James Lawrence On GNV4All’s Progress
The election will be decided Aug. 28. In advance, we sat down with Certain and Griffin to ask them how they feel about a number of pressing issues within the district.
Incumbent Gunnar Paulson is running for reelection while challengers Judy McNeil and April Tisher hope to persuade enough voters to give one of them a shot on the board for a four-year term.
Voters will decide who holds the seat during the Aug. 28 election. In advance, we sat down with Hyatt and Wolfe to ask them how they feel about a number of pressing issues within the district.
Not even two full weeks of the 2018 school year have passed, and Marion County is dealing with another gun incident at a school.
WUFT's Ethan Magoc, Ryan Vasquez and Forrest Smith discuss issues surrounding the 2018 Florida primary and general elections.
David Peaton, the deputy director of emergency management in Levy County, speaks about preparations and concerns in that coastal area.
This weekend will see a major milestone in the work being done by the two-year-old GNV4ALL organization.
In the month prior to the 2018 statewide election in Florida, WUFT questioned candidates running for office at the federal, state and county levels.
WUFT presents an hourlong discussion of the outcomes and implications of the 2018 general election.
Voting machine recount numbers in Marion County and Alachua County show dozens of overvotes and thousands of undervotes.