New Candidate In Race For Ingram’s House Seat; Jay Woman Files For Williamson’s Seat

June 20, 2018

The race for an open seat in nearby House District 1 drew a late candidate Monday, when Republican Lisa Doss of Milton opened a campaign account, according to the Division of Elections website. The Escambia County seat is open because Rep. Clay Ingram, R-Pensacola, faces term limits.

Five candidates have opened campaign accounts, with two — Republican Rebekah Bydlak and Democrat Vikki Garrett — listed on the state website as having qualified as of early Tuesday afternoon. The qualifying period started Monday and will last until noon Friday.

Meanwhile, it appears Rep. Jayer Williamson, R-Pace, won’t receive a free pass back to the Florida House. Bobbi Sue Osborne, a Jay resident running without party affiliation, opened a campaign account Tuesday to challenge Williamson in House District 3, which is made up of parts of Okaloosa and Santa Rosa counties, according to the state Division of Elections website.

Williamson, who formally qualified for the race Monday, had been running unopposed. He had raised $100,750 for his re-election bid as of May 31.

by The News Service of Florida with contribution from NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

Comments

One Response to “New Candidate In Race For Ingram’s House Seat; Jay Woman Files For Williamson’s Seat”

  1. Mary Ann Moseley on August 25th, 2018 2:01 pm

    What political qualifications makes Lisa Doss a good candidate to vote for?





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