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Julianne Holt heaps effusive praise about working with Andrew Warren in Hillsborough judicial system

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On the same day Julianne Holt was elected to serve as the public defender in Hillsborough County in 1992, Harry Lee Coe was elected state attorney. After Coe committed suicide in 2000, he was succeeded in office by Mark Ober, who served for another 16 years, before Democrat Andrew Warren narrowly defeated him in a major upset in November. Although he’s only been on the job officially for a little more than four months, Holt says that in some ways, they’ve been the…

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Doug Belden re-elected for four more years as Hillsborough Tax Collector

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Doug Belden has won another four years in office as Hillsborough County tax collector, the last tour that he says he intends to spend serving the public in office. For the second consecutive election cycle, Belden did not draw an opponent on Friday, the last day to qualify for office. He thus automatically has won the contest The 61-year-old Belden was an administrator under Hillsborough County State Attorney Harry Lee Coe and a former board member of the Tampa Sports…

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Democrat Andrew Warren announces bid for State Attorney in Hillsborough County

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Andrew Warren, a Gainesville native and former Justice Department attorney has announced his bid to run for State Attorney in the 13th judicial district, which encompasses Hillsborough County. “I’ve been talking with community leaders, friends, and family about how I can best continue to serve and where we can do better for Hillsborough,” the 39-year-old Democrat said in a statement sent to SPB on Tuesday. “As my daughters grow up, I know firsthand that every family deserves a safe place…

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