Results in for Pasco County municipal elections - WFLA News Channel 8

Results in for Pasco County municipal elections

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PASCO COUNTY, FL (WFLA) -

Tuesday April 8th was Election Day for many people in Pasco County.

The city commissioner seat in Dade City went to Scott Black with over 80 percent of the vote, according to the Pasco County supervisor of elections website.

W. Alan Knight appears to be the next councilperson for Zephyrhills with 57 percent of the vote.  Jodi Wilkeson earned 43 percent.

Eloise Taylor and Kathy Todd faced off in the Port Richey mayoral race. Taylor garnered 52 percent of the vote to Todd's 47 percent.

New Port Richey also held a mayoral race, with Rob Marlowe taking 55 percent of the votes, and Bob Langford getting 45 percent.

In St. Leo, Donna H. DeWitt ran against Raphael "Ray" Davis for a spot on the town commission. Davis earned 51 percent of the votes to DeWitt's 49 percent.

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