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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

DeSantis robocall urges GOP to take nothing for granted and get out and vote

Gov. Ron DeSantis has voiced a robocall urging the state’s Republicans to take nothing for granted and get out and vote.

The robocall was orchestrated and paid for by the Republican Party of Florida. The robo call comes as Early Voting is wrapping up in many counties ahead of Tuesday’s primary election.

As of the end of Early Voting on Friday, 33,231 ballots had been cast in Sumter County, representing 28.73 percent of the county’s 115,674 eligible voters.

In Lake County, 10.31 percent of the electorate has voted. That includes 28,055 ballots cast among 272,213 eligible voters.

Marion County has thus far recorded a turnout of 12.92 percent. That is 34,490 ballots cast among 266,967 eligible voters.

Floridians must demand an end to lawsuit abuse

The executive director of Florida Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse argues that it’s time for residents of the Sunshine State to stand up and demand change.

DeSantis using Hurricane Ian to raise his national profile

The director or Faith in Florida contends that Gov. Ron DeSantis is using Hurricane Ian to enhance his national profile. Read her Letter to the Editor.

Biden’s dementia

A Village of Mallory Square resident admits he’s not a mental health doctor, but he maintains he has the ability to recognize symptoms of dementia. Read his Letter to the Editor.

It’s appears Putin has completely lost his mind

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Pennecamp resident offers the theory that Russia’s Vladimir Putin has completely lost his mind.

Check with BBB before booking passage with tour company

A Village of Mallory Square resident recommends checking with the Better Business Bureau before booking a trip with a tour company holding an expo later this week in The Villages.