The latest scores from all of the second-round TallyMadness match-ups

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With thirty-six hours left in second-round voting of TallyMadness — the online competition to determine Florida’s “best” lobbyist — here are the latest scores.

In the first bracket…

#9 seed Frank Mayernick is way ahead of #1 seed Nick Iarossi, 71% to 29%.

$5 seed Tracy Mayernick looks like she is on her way to second round, up big over #12 seed Missy Timmins, 60% to 40%.

#6 seed Steve Metz is leading #3 seed Robert Coker on light voting.

#2 seed Chris Dudley is narrowly ahead of #10 seed Sean Pittman, 56% to 44%.

In the second bracket…

#16 seed Marc Reichelderfer is up just seven votes on #8 seed Matt Bryan.

#12 seed Richard Coates has a strong lead over #4 seed Katherine Webb, 55% to 45%

#3 seed David Ramba is doubling-up #11 Gary Guzzo.

#15 seed Keyna Cory is leading #7 seed Rhett O’Doski in one of the most heavily-voted brackets.

In the third bracket…

#8 seed Clark Smith has a big, early lead over #1 seed Charley Dudley.

#4 seed Claudia Davant is up 72% to 28% on #5 seed Mark Delegal.

#6 seed Tim Meenan is out to a big lead on #3 seed Joe York, 79% to 21%.

#15 seed Monica Rodriguez looks like she will continue her improbable run, up 58% to 42% over #7 seed Will McKinley.

In the fourth bracket…

#9 seed Marion Hammer is leading #15 seed Donna Simmons in a bracket that has already seen over 6,000 votes.

#5 Gus Corbella is up two-to-one on #13 Dave Ericks.

#11 Jon Costello, our leading vote-getter is in front of Ron LaFace, 64% to 36%.

#10 Allison Carvajal is in front of #15 Adam Babington, 76% to 24%.

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