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Glorioso will run for elections supervisor, not state Senate
Posted May 31, 2012 by William March
Updated May 31, 2012 at 05:40 PM
State Rep. Rich Glorioso has announced he’ll remain in the race for Hillsborough County elections supervisor, and won’t switch to the Republican primary for the East Hillsborough state Senate seat.
State Sen. Ronda Storms is leaving the seat open to run for county property appraiser, and the primary is threatening to draw a crowd. Former state Sen. Tom Lee and Rep. Rachel Burgin are both running.
Rep. Shawn Harrison has also been looking into the race, but said Thursday afternoon he hasn’t made up his mind.