Crozier and Brown Win by Wide Margins in Largo Commission Race
LARGO - Though turnout in the Largo election was dismal, Harriet Crozier and Woody Brown resoundingly won their perspective commission seats.
Crozier retained her position by a margin of 72.32 percent (4018) votes to 27.68 percent (1538) votes for challenger John Mandujano.
Woody Brown likewise trounced challenger Curtis Holmes. Brown received 74.39 percent (4,104) of the vote, while Holmes garnered just 25.61 percent or 1413 votes.
When contacted Wednesday morning, Woody Brown proclaimed his victory "was a testament to running a positive campaign." Brown was very appreciative of the many supporters who helped him win the commission seat.
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