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St. Pete Council hopefuls Barclay Harless, Brandi Gabbard ready to see spotlight shift to them

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There’s been relatively little focus on the St. Petersburg City Council District 2 race between Barclay Harless and Brandi Gabbard, but that will change once the calendar turns to September.

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Justin Bean, Gina Driscoll finish one-two in St. Pete District 6 race; Recount likely

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An eight-person field has narrowed to Justin Bean and Gina Driscoll in the St. Petersburg City Council District 6 race. They will face off in 10 weeks to succeed term-limited Karl Nurse. Robert Blackmon came in an extremely close third, behind Driscoll by only four votes, setting off an automatic recount.

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St. Pete District 6 voters get their say on City Council hopefuls

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An eight-person field in the St. Petersburg District 6 City Council race will become a two-person race after Tuesday night. But it’s far from certain who those two candidates will be, at least until returns begin trickling in starting 7 p.m.

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Sierra Club endorses Barclay Harless for St. Pete City Council

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St. Petersburg banker Barclay Harless has received the endorsement of the Suncoast Sierra Club. The support comes as a welcome boost to Harless’ bid to win the City Council District 2 race in November.

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SEIU backs Barclay Harless for St. Pete City Council

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In what Barclay Harless‘ campaign hopes will be a game changer, the Service Employees International Union Florida Public Services Union (SEIUFPSU) announced it’s endorsing him for St. Petersburg City Council District 2.

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Barclay Harless vows ‘not a dime’ for Rays stadium until St. Pete fixes sewage problem

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Barclay Harless is taking a bold position on St. Petersburg’s troubled wastewater system. On Monday, the candidate for St. Pete’s City Council announced he will not support any taxpayer money to construct a new stadium for the Tampa Bay Rays until the city’s wastewater systems are “fully repaired and functional, without the threat of any future spills.”

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Hot on the trail: Fundraising notes from the St. Pete municipal races

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Candidates for St. Petersburg City Council faced a Friday deadline for filing reports showing finance activity through June 23. Inside these finance reports are some interesting tidbits of information. Here are a few data points which stood out.

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