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Winning with less than 23% of the vote: The problem with crowded primaries in Florida | News Break

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Winning with less than 23% of the vote: The problem with crowded primaries in Florida | News Break
After suspending them for two election cycles, Florida eliminated primary runoff elections — known officially as “Second Primaries” — in 2005. The reason given was that county Supervisors of Elections said they didn’t have enough time between August and November to run an additional election. As a result, state lawmakers passed HB 1673 and then-Gov. Jeb Bush signed it into law.
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