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Kenyan man dies
leaving behind 100 wives
Nairobi, Kenya Ancentus "Danger" Akuku, a
notorious Kenyan polygamist known for marrying
100 wives died last week after a short illness.
Nicknamed "Danger" because of his charm and
ability to woo women, he had nearly 160 children.
His family was so large, he built a church and a
school for them in the western town of Kisumu.
Akuku admitted the size of his extended family made it impossible to
keep track of them. Living into his 90s, he credited traditional food and
vegetables for his longevity and zeal for life.
He married his first wife in 1939 and his last wife in 1992. He also
divorced as many as 30 wives.
Polygamy was a norm in the East African nation during Akuku's time.
While the practice was popular among his generation, it has slowly died
out over the years.

Ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick
loses bid to overturn prison sentence
Kwame Kilpatrick's recent bid to overturn his imprisonment for pro-
bation violation has been rejected by the Michigan Court of Appeals.
In a one-page order signed by Judge Michael Talbot, the court said the
appeal is "denied for lack of merit in the grounds presented."
Arnold Reed, a Farmington Hills lawyer handling the appeal and request
that the former Detroit mayor be released from his 1 V- 5-year prison sen-
tence, said he wasn't surprised "once I saw who was on the panel."
Reed said the next step, if Kilpatrick wants to take it, would be to seek
review in federal court.
Wayne County Circuit Judge David Groner revoked Kilpatrick's pro-
bation saying he'd hidden assets, didn't turn over tax refunds and didn't
meet restitution payments.
Kilpatrick is currently being held in federal custody under indictment
for tax and fraud charges.

Federal Judge says
Healthcare Law is legal
There's bad news for the 20 states suing the federal government over
the legality of the health care reform law. A federal judge upheld the
authority of the federal government to require everyone to have health
insurance. Judge George Caram Steeh said the government has the
authority to require everyone to be covered by health insurance by 2014.
That's a major blow to the 20 states who are are suing the federal gov-
ernment because they say the law, which requires individuals to have
health insurance, is an attempt by the government to overreach its author-
ity. Steeh said that requiring everyone to have insurance would "lower
the overall cost of insurance by requiring participation." The ruling,
though non-binding, bodes well for efforts of the Obama Administration
to provide all American citizens with health coverage.

Atlanta media advertising
exec claims $116 M powerball
S... Gerald L. Render, a 46-year-old
advertising executive with Upscale
S-. Magazine in Marietta, Georgia has
claimed a $116 million Powerball jack-
pot nearly two weeks after the winning
tit.a. numbers were drawn.
Lottery officials said Render came
forward about a week ago. He said he
is "thankful and humbled" by the win-
Render selected the cash option,
which means he gets $63 million
before taxes. The winning numbers
were drawn Sept. 18.
Render is the state's first jackpot winner since Georgia rejoined the mul-
tistate Powerball game in January.

Number of education
civil rights cases up
The number of civil rights complaints involving the education system
in the U.S. is on the rise.
Data provided by the Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights
shows that for this fiscal year, the department has received nearly 7,000
complaints. That's an 11 percent increase and the largest jump in at least
10 years.
The data suggests that African American boys are being suspended at
up to triple the rate of their white peers. Children who are learning
English are kept in separate classes for years, and are falling behind their
peers. And students who are disabled or have an illness are getting short-
changed at school.
Russlynn Ali, director of the Office of Civil Rights, says one school dis-
trict in the national spotlight has been the Christina School District in
Delaware, where 71 percent of black male students were suspended in a
recent school year. And a third-grader in the district was expelled when
her grandmother sent her to school with a birthday cake and a knife to cut

Volume 24 No.2 Jacksonville, Florida October 14-20, 2010

Big names visit city to educate

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Shown above is Rev. H.T. Rhim, Cong. Corrine Brown and Rev. Ben
Chavis last Sunday during a visit to St. Joseph's Missionary Baptist
Church. Dr. Chavis, a longtime head of the National NAACP, visited
several churches with Cong. Brown to educate voters on upcoming
Amendments effecting the Florida political line drawing procedures
for districts. Last month, Cong. John Lewis was in town to kick off a
legal battle against the proposal. For more, see page 3. FMP

Jacksonville Beauty Queens lead Bethune
Cookman Homecoming Courts Miss Junior Sarah
Johnson, Bethune Cookman University President Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed
and Cheri Bender, Miss Senior, (shown above L-R) were among the
10,000 Wildcats witnessing the Daytona Beach based HBCU's annual
homecoming. The defeat over Delaware State was the first Homecoming
win for BCU in five years. For more homecoming highlights, see page 14.


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Thousands educated, entertained Black Vote
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and enlightened at 2010 Black Expo

Shown above is Ben Greene administering the test for sickle cell to Michelle Evans at the 2010 Black Expo.
Thousands of Jacksonvillians turned out in throngs last weekend for the annual Black Expo. Held at the Prime
Osborne Convention Center, the day long event included workshops, celebrities, entrepreneurs, food, health fair
and even a hair competition. New to this year's festivities was a hair competition for area stylists and a choir com-
petition. Visiting celebrities included Tamela Mann and Mr. Brown of "Meet the Brown's" fame and Wendy
Raquel Robinson and Jose Sanchez from "The Game". The theme was "Faith,Family and Fun".



sweep in 2010
by S. Johnson
It's been a trying year for the
Democratic Party; a year when
even its collective achievements
have been dampened by public
relations disasters. Despite
Democrats' fright at the thought of
losing seats in Congress to the
Republican Party, there are several
groups that can help them sustain
its power, if it can get them to the
One of those groups: Black folks.
All over the country, Black voters
have a chance to make a significant
impact in major elections. From
Senate races in Kentucky, Nevada,
and Missouri to gubernatorial races
in Georgia, Florida, California,
Pennsylvania, and Ohio, the Black
vote could be the key to Democrats
holding down the fort come
November. But does that mean
candidates, incumbents, and new-
comers alike will alter their mes-
sage to cater to Black voters?
"Tailor a message for Black vot-
ers? By and large, no," said David
Bositis of the Joint Center for
Political and Economic Studies.
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In part because the issue, with
respect to Black voters, is going to
be turnout, and the Republicans,
they basically are viewed by
African-Americans as the party of
the people who opposed the Civil
Rights Movement. It's a party
dominated by White southerners
like Jim DeMint and African-
Americans are never going to sup-
port anybody who represents the
views of White southerners."
In states like California, Blacks
are only 7 percent of the popula-
tion, but vote in the double-digits
percentage wise in elections. With
a desire to throw their weight
around and continually test their
political power, Blacks will have a
huge effect on elections like the
governor's race between State

Attorney General Jerry Brown and
Ibrmer eBay CliO Meg Whitman.
The buzz surrounding the campaign
and Whitman's alleged transgres-
sions with undocumented workers
are dwarfing Brown's inability to
tap into the mindset of Black voters
and give them a reason to go to the
Blacks will also play a key role in
the Senate race in Nevada, with
Harry Reid looking to maintain his
seat against Sharron Angle. While
vastly underreported, Las Vegas is a
union stronghold and many Blacks
in the state are union members.
Despite being only 8.3 percent of
the state's population, Blacks can
sometimes count for 10 percent of
the voting turnout.
"Harry Reid knows that for every
Black voter that turns out, it's a plus

Dr. Ben Chavis visits city to campaign
Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr, for- boundaries using their own
mer National Executive Director requirements without reducing the
and CEO of the NAACP civil number of minorities elected to
rights veteran visited Jacksonville office.
to express his concern about "Supporters of Amendments 5
Amendments 5 and 6 and the neg- and 6 cannot guarantee their guide-
ative impact they would have on lines will not reduce minority rep-
minority representation. presentation in Florida, which is
"I am categorically opposed to why they have yet to produce a
Constitutional Amendments 5 and map," said Chavis. "The Protect
6 on the ballot in the upcoming Your Vote campaign challenges
elections in the state of Florida Amendment 5 and 6 supporters to
because these proposed amend- prove their requirements will not
ments fundamentally violate the silence minorities across Florida."
voting rights of all Floridians, Additionally, Dr. Chavis com-
especially minority voters," said mended other African-American
Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. leaders for standing against
While in the city, Chavis visited Amendments 5 and 6."No one
Bethel Baptist Institutional knows the value of voting rights
Church, Abysinnia Missionary more than Congressman John
Baptist Church and St Joseph's Lewis (D-GA). Today I stand with
Missionary Baptist with Cong. John Lewis, Corrine Brown,
Corrine Brown to take their voice T.Willard. Fair, Rodney Hurst and
to the people. other civil rights leaders through-
Additionally, Dr. Chavis chal- out America and across Florida
lenged backers of Amendments 5 who are opposed to Amendments 5
and 6 to draw Florida's political and 6," Dr. Chavis said. "The so-

for Reid," said Bositis. "And he has
a lot of money...enough money to
send every Black voter in a limo
with a chauffeur [to the polls]."
A lot of attention has been paid to
the gubernatorial election in New
York State because of Republican
candidate Carl Paladino. Paladino,
while kicking up dust and riling up
feathers, has become a cult figure
among New York State's extreme
right wing. According to recent
polls by Quinnipiac University and
Siena College, Paladino is still get-
ting votes from many New
Yorkers-albeit nowhere near as
much as Democratic candidate
Andrew Cuomo.
It would behoove candidates
around the country to not ignore the
Black vote any longer. They're on
the clock.

against Am. 5 & 6
called Fair Districts Amendments
are unfair to Florida's minority
voters. We marched, bled, and
went to jail to get the Voting Rights
Act. We need to move forward in
Florida and not backward to dis-
mantle the progress that we have
made to ensure the equal voting
rights for all. The proposed
Amendments are deceptive and
will set the stage for the dis-
empowerment of minority voters."
he said at Cong. Browns campaign
headquarters during a news confer-
To date, the ideas have never
been tried in any state in the nation
and no one supporting the amend-
ments has drawn a map that meets
the rigorous requirements in the
language. Amendments similar to
5 and 6 have already been consis-
tently rejected by voters in other
states. It is being fought by Fair
Districts Florida which has gar-
nered the endorsement of the
Florida NAACP.

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Delta Sigma Theta members Eleanor Gay, Perselphone Coleman and Joyce Williams register new voters.
Clara White Mission and Deltas host Voter Restore and

Registration campaign for homeless and ex-offenders

ex-offender clients
during the
lunchtime session.
Members of the
sorority registered
_.and distributed
information to
Sb over 100 potential
voters to ensure
,-their VOICES are
heard in the
upcoming election
on November 2nd.
rUpon receiving
their restoration
Ulysses Lynch is assisted with the registration certificate and/or
process by DST president Sandra Hull-Richardson. voter's registra-

The Clara White Mission and the
Social Action Committee of the
local alumnae chapter of Delta
Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.recently
hosted a Restoration of Civil Rights
and Voter Registration Campaign at
the Clara White Mission.
Benefitting from the information
were the mission's homeless and

tion card, Delta members will pro-
vide transportation to the poll for
clients to participate in Early
Voting, on October 25-27.
The campaign was organized in
2008 as a result and request from
many of the 450 clients that utilizes
the mission's daily feeding, housing
and drop-in center.

"This is the second year, that
Delta Sigma Theta has committed
to registering our clients by bring-
ing resources and information to the
Mission", said CEO/President
Ju'Coby Pittman. One of the
Sorority's national areas of focus is
political awareness and involve-
Phil Drake, ex-offender, said,
"This campaign allows me to be a
part of the voting process, since I
got my civil rights back. I want my
vote to count from now on!"
For over 106 years, Clara White
Mission has offered a unique com-
bination of services and history to
the community in a cost effective
approach, while addressing the
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low-income and homeless families
with remarkable results.
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Poet Lucille Clifton once said,
"We have a generation enslaving
itself to drugs, young men and
women doing to our race what slav-
ery couldn't." Drug addiction is an
extremely powerful force.
We are constantly talking about
crime in inner-city communities,
and we all know that most of this
crime is related to drug trade. Most
of us have a cousin, uncle, sister or
brother who are victims of drug
abuse. Some of us even have par-
ents to suffer from substance abuse.
Drugs like crack cocaine and
heroin generally don't discriminate
- they affect the black, white,
young, old, rich and poor. The
affect of this monster tears families
apart and consistently devastates
communities. And perhaps there is
no better case study than any and I
said "any" inner-city community in
any mid-size to large metropolitan
I was talking with a good friend
last week. He said that he received
a call from his cousin to come by
his deceased mother's house
because he was selling some of his
mom's old things. My friend's
cousin was a recovering crack
addict who had been clean for sev-
eral months.
After his mother's recent death,
my friend's cousin started back
using. And when you are heavily
addicted to drugs the line between

by M. Cottman, BAW
Rep. Kendrick Meek is adamant:
He's not dropping out of Florida's
U.S. Senate race.
Contrary to media reports, Meek
says, he is "absolutely not" in nego-
tiations with Independent Charlie
Crist to drop out of a three-way race
which also includes Republican
frontrunner Marco Rubio.
Since The Wall Street Journal
reported last week that Meek, a
Democrat, was in talks with Crist to
abort his candidacy, Meek has been
taking to the airwaves to deny the
Journal's story.
"Absolutely not ... it's nothing
further from the truth," Meek said
on MSNBC. "I'm in this race. I'm
not trying to run for second; I'm
running for first."
Meek is gaining some ground
three weeks before the Nov. 2 elec-
tion. And in a race closely watched
by pollsters and politicians, Meek is
telling the Florida electorate not to
count him out.
The frontrunner, Rubio, at 41 per-
cent, holds a commanding lead over
Crist, with 30 percent, but the latest
Rasmussen Report poll shows
Meek in third place with 21 percent.
"My name is Meek, but I'm not
meek," he told black journalists last
week. "I'm a fighter."
Meek is hoping to get a boost in
the polls from President Barack
Obama's Monday night appearance
in Miami for a fundraiser to benefit
Democrats running for House and
Senate seats. Meek planned to
attend the reception and dinner,
held at the Coral Gables home of
retired Miami Heat star Alonzo
Obama's fundraiser at
Mourning's house comes as Obama
is firing up the African-American
electorate to rally around Meek and

right and wrong no longer exist.
The rational mind you once had is
now replaced with the animal
instincts of simply feeding on that
drug as much as possible.
"The most deadly thing about
cocaine is that it separates you from
your soul," said Quincy Jones. No
truer words could have been spo-
ken according to my friend.
He was deeply bothered because
he thought that he cousin had final-
ly turned the comer. He thought
that his cousin finally realized that
drugs would either eventually kill
him or cause him to go jail.
But no, that's not the case for my
friend. He had to go over to his
Aunt's old house and attempt to
salvage some of those items that
have sentimental value before his
cousin sold it all to feed his drug
addiction. And this story isn't
unique unfortunately. It is happen-
ing every day in every city in
Drugs impact rural and urban
I wrote an article a couple of
years ago about one of my favorite
shows of all time, "The Wire,"
which aired on HBO. The premise
of the show surrounded the drug
trade in Baltimore, MD.
One of the great aspects of the
show was that it highlighted the
drug game from every aspect possi-
ble the user, seller, importer,

other Democratic candidates. The
president is appealing to black vot-
ers to turn out in large numbers on
Nov. 2 and support Democrats so
Republicans don't take the House
and the Senate.
"Two years ago, you defied the

police and City Hall.
You saw how the mid-level drug
dealers, who are normally black
males are the ones who are targeted
by police. The suppliers are rarely
apart of the investigation, and at the
end of the day everyone in the
game is expendable. The game
doesn't change -just the players.
It was an amazing show, which
became so popular because it was
so real. "The Wire" is inner city
Jacksonville or Houston or
Oakland or Pittsburgh.
Pick a city it doesn't matter.
The drug trade has a strong grip on
this country and many families are
paying the price every day.
Various politicians have made
"The War on Drugs" a priority, but
unlike much other war that has ever
been fought there seems to be an
endless supply of drugs and willing
So how do you combat drugs in
our communities? It has to start
where many other issues start -
education. Educating our children
on the negative effects that drugs
have on them personally, but also
how drugs tearapart the community
is critical.
While doing some research on
this topic I found some statistics
from the federal government's
Household Survey on Drug Abuse,
conducted annually. I almost
laughed has I read the figures.

conventional wisdom in
Washington," Obama told thou-
sands of supporters at a campaign
rally in a predominantly black area
of Philadelphia last week. "They
said, 'No you can't.'"
Meanwhile, as Obama reaches

November elections of crucial

importance to African-Americans

by Rep. John Lewis
The upcoming midterm elections have been the focus of all of the polit-
ical pundits. With control of the U.S. House of Representatives in ques-
tion, there is a rising concern that the lack of voter turnout among
Democrats will undermine the new policies that have been instituted in
the past couple of years and undo measures like "The Affordable
Healthcare Act," "The Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act"
and "The Credit Card Holders' Bill of Rights." All of which are reforms
that protect working, middle-class Americans.
There is also a concern that the energy of the extreme right is unstop-
pable. That those who want to privatize Social Security, repeal the health-
care law, and continue tax breaks for the wealthiest 2% in this country
have mobilized and are gearing up for a fight. However, what is even
more disturbing is that a great number of African-Americans may fail to
turn out and vote in the November election.
I say disturbing because if anyone has a reason to get out and vote it is
the Black community. We do not have the luxury of being able to sit idly
by and allow others to make decisions for us. We must realize that we
have a stake in what happens with this election. We are affected the most
by the policies that come out of Washington. Make no mistake, there is
an effort to reverse all of the progress that we have made during the Civil
Rights Movement. There are some who want to eliminate certain provi-
sions of the Civil Rights' and Voting Rights' Acts, and even repeal the
14th Amendment, gut the Fair Housing Act, and abolish the Department
of Education. This, at a time when our children are dropping out of
school at a rate that is nearly reaching epidemic proportions. This is not
Therefore, we must make a decision, who do we want to be as a people
or a nation? Do we want to go back or do we want to move forward? Do
we want to erase the steps that we struggled to take in the 60s? We have
struggled too hard to turn back now. Too many people were beaten and
jailed too many lives have been lost.
As one who almost died on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma,
Alabama for the right to vote, I urge you not to be silent, but to stand up,
rise-up, and exercise your right to vote. It is not only your right but your
duty to those who sacrificed so much to afford you this precious, almost
sacred right.

According to the latest surveys,
which are actually administered by
the DEA, "There are about 12.7
million people who have used some
illegal drug in the last month and
perhaps 30 to 40 million who have
used some illegal drug within the
last year."
The findings also conclude "Of
the 12.7 million who used illegal
drugs in the last month, about 10
million are presumed to be casual
drug users, and about 2.7 million
are addicts."
Many of you are probably think-
ing the same thing that I thought as
I read the data. Who admits to
being on drugs and being addicted
to drugs especially to the feds?
There are known crack fends
who will tell you that they haven't
touched drugs in years. Despite
weighing 80 pounds and missing
most of their teeth they want you to
believe that they are just down on
their luck right now and between
So who are these people that the
DEA talked to. I would venture that
the figures they are using are mere-
ly the tip of the iceberg. The num-
ber of casual users should be much
higher and certainly the number of
addicts should drastically higher.
How do you contact a dope fend
who lives in an alley or in a down-
town park to survey them?
Continued on page 7

out to black voters across the coun-
try, Meek believes he can pull off an
incredible upset in Florida on Nov.
2. He says he only needs 37 percent
of the vote to win the election, and
he hopes blacks turn out strong to
support his bid for the Senate seat.
Meek says his conservative oppo-
nents are not focused on the finan-
cial needs of everyday Americans.
Next week, former President Bill
Clinton will join Meek at rallies in
St. Petersburg and Orlando. And
Meek vows not to drop out of the
race sounding more like a fron-
trunner than a third-place candidate.
He says he'll win the election.
"I will bring diversity to the U.S.
Senate," Meek said. "Diversity of
In 21 days, Florida voters will
determine if Meek is right.

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stand with Obama?
For the Democrats' Black partisans the message is /
simple: Stand With President Obama, Vote November
Leading Democrats are betting that if the midterms are a "referendum on
Obama" they like their odds with the party's African American base. Nine
out of every ten African Americans have an unwavering loyalty towards the
Democratic Party. So, to tap into President Barack Obama's high approval
rating among Blacks the head of Democratic National Committee (DNC)
has approved a $2 million advertising outreach effort among African
Americans for the 2010 November midterm elections. The ad-buy says:
"Stand With President Obama. Vote November 2."
President Obama may be floundering among the rest of the population, but
has a 91 percent approval rating among Blacks. During the Congressional
Black Caucus' recent Legislative Conference in Washington, DNC
Chairman Tim Kaine met with White House aides and civil rights leaders
about Black turnout for the November elections. But counting on a high
turnout among African Americans in the midterm elections is tenuous at
best. Polls show that the enthusiasm gap between Whites and Blacks is
even higher than in past midterm elections:
42 percent of Whites are thinking about the President Obama
November elections, whereas only 25 per-
cent of Blacks are focused on the midterms. may be floundering
Kaine's goal is an 8 to 10 percent "Obama among the rest of
bump" over prior midterm participation, and
says "investment in African American out- the population, but
reach is fundamental to that effort". The $2 has a 91 percent
million the DNC is committing is up from .
$260,000 in 2006. The ads will go up in key approval rating
states with sizable Black populations such among Blacks.
as: Florida, California, Maryland and
Illinois. Overall the DNC has committed $50 million to minority voter out-
More than $3.7 billion will be spent in the 2010 midterm elections by var-
ious interest groups, so the $2 million outlay among African American
media shouldn't be a major matter. But, the Black chairman of the
Republican National Committee is accusing Obama & Company of making
"an appeal based on class warfare and race". RNC Chairman Michael Steele
acknowledges that the GOP should do better when it comes to minority out-
reach; but, now as before, has committed no money. The RNC's first
African American chairman admits that the Republican Party has failed to
sufficiently reach out to Blacks, and has employed a "southern strategy" for
the last "40-plus years." Throughout his tenure Steel has repeatedly prom-
ised to do a better job of minority outreach, but has done little but talk loud.
Steele's negative comments on the DNC's minority outreach should be
viewed by Blacks as an affront.
It's good that the Democrats are giving Black media outlets some "walk-
ing around" money, but its young people, Latinos and African-Americans
that have fared the worst under Obama's presidency. Blacks are between the
devil and deep blue sea when it comes to our causes. The Republicans real-
ly don't want us and the Democrats take us for granted.
It's curious as to why those most battered by the economic recession
would be expected to "stand up" for more of the same. Obama's, and the
Democratic-led Congress', economic recovery programs have not possessed
the key elements necessary for all Americans to share equally in improved
prosperity. African Americans are still being hit hard with an unemployment
rate of 15.7 percent; and as high as 50 percent for Black teenagers. Double
digit unemployment is tragic for Americans who are not accustomed to more
than 4 5 percent joblessness, but for African Americans, being in a reces-
sion is nothing new, since we tend to hover at unemployment rates that
exceed those of white Americans by 4 5 percentage points. On the whole,
racial sentiments are playing a role on both sides of this season's advertising
and get-out-the-vote issue. The RNC is pointing to Obama's minority out-
reach to stir White resentment and goose the GOP base. Be the voter Black,
or White, the greatest problem either group has with President Obama is that
an economic recovery means nothing if his policies and practices create no
jobs or wealth-building where they live.

Analysis: Kendrick Meek not down or out



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Senator Hill holds "Call to Action" for education

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Senator Anthony C. "Tony" Hill,
Sr. (D-Jacksonville) met with a
group of prestigious leaders as a
follow-up to the press conference
held on September 9, 2010,
addressing the Schott Foundation
for Public Education Report on
Black Males in Education. At the
community meeting held at the
University of Phoenix North
Florida Campus, 50 or more indi-
viduals with the common interest of
improving the dim statistics of the
African American male graduation
rate, focused on ways to impact the
issue. The consensus of the group
radiated throughout the meeting's
theme: A Call to Action: Let's
Bump it Up.
Dr. Frederick Humphries who
served as president of two histori-
cally Black colleges Tennessee
State University in Nashville,
Tennessee and Florida A&M
University in Tallahassee was the
featured presenter. Dr. Humphries
encouraged those gathered to pool
together their various areas of
expertise and resources to support
efforts that will bring about the
needed improvements in the
African American male graduation

Senator Hill spotlighted the
newly formed non-profit organiza-
tion Achieve Instill Inspire
Foundation Inc. The goal of the
Foundation is to provide scholar-
ship assistance to African American
and Latino males to go to college
and major in elementary education.
Upon successful completion of the
degree, students will teach in the
elementary school. The strategy of
the Foundation is to systemically
make an impact in education, and
provide students role models in
their early educational years.
Support will be given to the suc-
cessful candidates who enter the
teaching profession to specifically
mentor, encourage and support
African American and Latino boys.
Dr. Humphries closed his presen-
tation by pledging cash to the
Foundation for a student to attend
Florida A&M University also,
agreeing to serve on the Board of
Directors for the Foundation and
opening doors to other finders.
Rev. Dr. Landon Williams, Pastor
of the Greater Macedonia Baptist
Church matched the cash donation
made by Dr. Humphries and will

ible discussing the education epidemic of Jacksonville's Black males.
also serve on the Board of nificant cash donations, Board
Directors. The leaders in attendance Directors membership, and th
pledged their support through sig- time and talents.

Mayor John Peyton, sharing a laugh with Tony Boselli, displays the
"Teal Monday" proclamation, urging Jaguar fans to show up and
support the team on the Monday Night Football stage against the
Tennessee Titans.

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Valerie Molina, Comedian Mike Epps and Olivia Poppert
Superstar Mike Epps delights Jacksonville It was a
comedy explosion as comedians Michael Epps and Kenny Howell kept the
crowd laughing with jokes "from the projects to the ghetto." A packed
house roared with laughter at the Times Union Center last week as multi-
talented comic Mike Epps quoted his movies from Next Friday to All
about the Benjamin .. Mike stated "if you don't know the words, you bet-
ter get cable!" Backstage Mike flashed his megawatt smile as he took pic-
tures with his fans! KFPphoto

Mayor John Peyton has pro-
claimed Monday, Oct. 18, 2010 as
"Teal Monday" in support of the
Jacksonville Jaguars' Monday
Night Football game against divi-
sional rivals, the Tennessee Titans.
To create a fun environment for all
to enjoy, the Jaguars and others will
host festivities at various locations
throughout downtown.
In addition to hosting an exciting
football game that evening, the
Jaguars will hold a special game-
day experience for fans before
kickoff. Similar to the festivities
held last season for the Dec. 17,
2009 game against the Indianapolis
Colts, the pregame events will com-
bine the enthusiasm of a pep rally
with interactive activities for the
whole family.
To encourage participation in the
planned activities, select city-
owned parking facilities will be
free after 5 p.m. on Oct. 18 and will
remain open until all customers
have left. These facilities include:
Courthouse West Lot, 300
Courthouse Dr.
Water St. Garage, 541 Water St.
Yates Garage, 200 E. Adams St.
Forsyth Lot at Main and Forsyth

Because the Monday Night
Football event will unfold in front
of a national television audience,
Peyton's "Teal Monday" proclama-
tion urges Jaguars fans to fill
EverBank Field to demonstrate
their enthusiasm for this important
divisional game and show the
national audience how passionate
fans are about the team. Peyton also
encourages Jacksonville businesses
to show their pride by displaying
Jaguars colors and, if possible,
allowing employees to leave early
to gather their family and friends to
enjoy the game-day festivities.
Free live entertainment, special
deals and family-friendly activities
will be taking place at the stadium
before the game and all Jaguars
supporters, ticket holders or not, are
invited to be a part of the fun. In
addition, many downtown estab-
lishments will be offering "teal"
specials that evening.
Those attending the game are
encouraged to show their support
for the team by wearing the color
teal. Tickets to the game are still
available and can be purchased by
calling (904) 633-2000 or at

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New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Youth & Young Adult Conference at

Planning for 91st Anniversary
New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church located at 1824 Prospect
Street, is having their 91 st Church Anniversary under the theme "Restoring
our Faith, Family & Fellowship In God". The Church Banquet is Friday
October 24th at 4 p.m. at the Cypress Community Center, 4012 University
Blvd. North. Praise Night Service is Thursday November llth at 7 p.m.
Visiting Churches Night is Friday November 12th at 7:00p.m. Other special
services on November 14th include Sunday School at 9 a.m., Morning
Service at 11 a.m. and Youth Explosion at 4 p.m. For more information, call
Deacon Keith at (904) 764-9879. Rev Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus.

First New Zion Missionary Baptist
to hold 25th Anniversary Celebration
First New Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 4835 Soutel Drive; invites
the community to the 25th Anniversary Celebration Banquet honoring their
beloved Pastor, Rev. Dr. James B. Sampson. The celebration will com-
mence at 6:10 p.m., Saturday, October 30, 2010, and will be held in the
Church Fellowship Hall, 4810 Soutel Drive (across the street from the
Church. To reserve your space, please call our office at (904) 765-3111.
Sis Sheila Kendrick is Anniversary Chairperson.

Inaugural National Save the
Family Movement Conference
Individuals, Churches and other organizations are invited to join this 21st
Century Movement by attending the first Family Movement Conference,
October 20-22, 2010, in Tallahassee, Florida. It is imperative that our com-
munities place more emphasis on sustaining family principles and values.
The vision is to bring together Faith-based leaders, African American
church, social, business and community leaders to help develop a 2010
strategic plan that will outline policies and programs that champion the
family while concurrently advocating the demise of activities that denigrate
and/or demean families. Dr. R. B. Holmes Jr., Pastor, Bethel Missionary
Baptist Church, Tallahassee, Florida, is President and Founder. For more
information, please contact: Dr. Linda T. Fortenberry at (850) 681-0990 or

Donations needed by MMM
Million More Movement Jacksonville Local Organizing Committee, Inc
is asking the public to donate clothes hangers, shoes all size and school sup-
plies to their Clothes Give-Away. These items can be dropped off at 916
Myrtle Ave, Monday-Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. till 5 p.m. For
more information visit

First New Zion Missionary Baptist
First New Zion Missionary Baptist Church will host a youth and adult
conference October 21-24 2010. The schedule includes a Thursday
Worship Service where Marvin McQueen, Jr. is the speaker and Min.
Dwayne Brown will keynote the Friday services.Both start at 7 p.m.
Saturday morning will kick off at 9 a.m. with the Conference Prayer
Breakfast. From 11:00 a.m.-12:30p.m., a Youth Real Talk Rap Session will
include panelist from different areas that affect the life of our youth
On Sunday, October 24, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. will be the Annual Youth Day
Service and the conclusion of the conference with speaker Min Alvin
Hodge. Services are free is open to the public.The church is located at 4835
Soutel Drive, Fl. 32208. For more information, call (904) 765-3111. Dr.
James B. Sampson, Pastor.

FL Memorial Choir at Mt. Sinai
Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church will present the Florida Memorial
University Ambassador Chorale and Gospel of Miami, FL in their Annual
Concert, Sunday October 17, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary of the
church, under the direction of Mel White. Rev. R.L. Gundy is Pastor and
the church is located at 2036 Silver St. Call 354-7249 for more information
on this free performance.

First Baptist Church
Downtown hold Men at The Cross
Saturday October 23, 2010 from 8:00a.m. to 1:00p.m., The First Baptist
Church of Downtown Jacksonville will hold "Men at the Cross" an
intense men's only event centered on the call to discipleship. You will leave
with a renewed passion to see men know Christ, families come together,
churches under the leadership of God fearing men and workplaces impact-
ed for the glory of God! Discipleship is becoming a way of life for hundreds
of men across the country! Check out our sessions for teen guys as well.
Coast $29.00 individual-$19.00 military-$ 10.00 students. Featured speak-
ers: Joe White, Rick Rigsby, Ted Cunningham; Featured artist: Chris Julian,
David Cobb and Bill Hackworth

St. Philip's to host EWC Choir
St. Philip's Episcopal Church, under the distinguished patronage of
the Rector and Vestry, will host a sacred concert at 4 p.m., Sunday, October
17, 2010. The renown Edward Waters Choir will be featured along with
other artists. This concert will benefit the College Appeal Fund. For more
information, call Ms.,Guyton, Chair, 358-3313 or email stphlps@bell-

Refreshing Women Push TV Ministry
Refreshing Women is looking for Christian Talent, soloist, speakers,
praise dancers and poem readers for a free service that is free to the pub-
lic. The show will be air Saturday mornings at 8A.M. on Comcast 29. For
more information call 220-6400 or email CFIGCPUSH
Any Pastor wishing to come on the show in the near future are welcome,
and can have their church name and worship service added to the
Community Shout or Roll, by sending their, church name, address and time
of service to P.O. Box 350117 Jacksonville, Fl. 32235-0117. Please call to
attention Rev. Mattie W. Freeman.

Baptist Ministers Wives & Widows
The Baptist Ministers Wives and Widows of Jacksonville, Duval and
adjacent counties will celebrate their Anniversary on October 18, 2010 at
7:00 p.m. at the Jerusalem Baptist Church on Old St. Augustine Rd. Rev.
Brian Campbell, Pastor, Sister Vermel Sims, President, and Sister Betty
Glanton Reporter.

The Christian Girls Club Ministries
The Christian Girls Club Ministries will celebrate their 20th Anniversary
on December 3rd & 4th, 2010 at The Hyatt Regency Jacksonville
Riverfront. All members who have worked with this organization in the
past 19 years, and wish to participate in the Grand Celebration of Life, are
asked to call 398-8517.

Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist
Church Celebrates 128 Years
Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church will continue their 128th anniversary
celebration through October 24th. Special services include Saturday
October 16th Annual Anniversary Brunch-Fruits and the Spirits Honoring
Breast Cancer Survivors. The speaker is Mrs. Nancy Yarber of Mt. Lebanon
Missionary Baptist Church. On Sunday October 17th, Mother Ann Carter
of Dallas, Texas, National Primitive Baptist Convention President Women's
Congress will be the guest speaker. Sunday October 24th will be high-
lighted by Reverend R.L. Gundy of Mt. Sinai MB Church. A full day of
service is planned Sunday October 24th, 2010 beginning with Sunday
School at 9:30 a.m., 10:50 a.m. worship service and 4 p.m. anniversary cel-
ebration with Reverend James Sampson, First New Zion MB Church deliv-
ering the spoken word. The theme for the occasion is Church Annointed to
Serve (Luke 18-19).
Mt. Olive Pri,itive Baptist Church has been a beacon of light serving
Christian and the community for 128 years through prayers. Praise and
worship in the name of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. For further infor-
mation, contact the church at (904) 355-0015.

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9:30 a.m. Sunday School

Pastor Landon Williams

Sunday School
9 a.m.
Morning Worship
10 a.m.
Lord's Supper
Second Sunday
3:00 p.m.
Evening Worship
Every 3rd & 4th
4 :00 p.m.

School of Ministry Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.

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Parents say school art project looks like KKK hood

Ms. Perry's Free Press Page 7

Litle Dallas in his hood costume
Fort Scott, KANSAS A 6-year- removed their child from the
old boy in Fort Scott, Kans., came school.
home last week with an art-class Dallas Smith, a first-grade stu-
project that shocked and unnerved dent at Winfield-Scott Elementary,
his parents: a KKK hood. The boy's came home wearing a white KKK-
parents were so outraged that they fashioned hood that he had made in

art class under the guidance of
teacher Russ Gordon.
"It appears to look like a Ku Klux
Klan hat, which is a heck of a thing
to put on a 6-year-old boy," Dallas'
father, Barry Smith, told NBC
The art instructor, who has been
teaching his craft for 30 years,
claims that art is eye candy; he uses
it to teach the principals of shape,
symmetry and texture.
Gordon says that students had
free reign to design their own
masks with paper. A poster was
used to inspire the class and give
them ideas to create their own
visions for the masks. He also says
that in all of his teaching years, not
once has he experienced any nega-
tivity from the projects he helped
his students create:
"It's just a creative shape that the
kids can take a lot of different direc-
tions," he said. "I had kids make
knights. I had kids make princesses.
You can take it all different direc-

Instead, the teacher is pointing
the finger at the 6-year-old child,
saying Dallas himself chose the art
direction he took.
Dallas' parents, however, aren't
buying Gordon's explanations.
When Dallas came home wearing a
hat that look like a KKK hood,
quite naturally his parents were not
only puzzled but livid:
"My wife was fearful for my son,
just because of the symbolism that
goes along with this," Smith said.
When Smith confronted the
school's principal and district super-
intendent the following morning,
they apologized.
The Smiths took their son out of
Winfield-Scott Elementary school
and moved him in to a "safer"
school environment in Pittsburg,
Kans. The Smiths feel that the pow-
ers-that-be in their former school
district are in dire need of sensitivi-
ty training. Meanwhile, Gordon is
contemplating ending the mask
project for good.

New Johnson Publishing CEO Rogers discusses plans for Ebony, Jet

Johnson Publishing Co.'s new
CEO Desiree Rogers plans to reach
out to historically black colleges,
sororities, fraternities and churches
to help reverse the circulation slide
of the company's flagship maga-
zines, Ebony and Jet.
"I'm going to go to the communi-
ty I'm going to go direct," Ms.
Rogers said in an interview follow-
ing a speech to the American
Magazine Conference in Chicago.
Currently, the average age of a Jet
reader is 37; the average age for
Ebony is 41. Ms. Rogers wants con-
tent of the magazines to expand
their appeal to younger readers by
incorporating more social media
and interactive options, she says.
Ms. Rogers, who took her post at
the Chicago-based media and cos-
metic company in June after leav-
ing her job as White House social
secretary in February, aims to beef
up the iconic African-American
magazines' content, web presence
and events. She'll seek new adver-
tisers at a time when the industry is
trying to stem the flow of ad rev-
enue to alternative Internet options.

She's already signed up New
York-based Citigroup Inc. and
Schaumburg-based Motorola
Inc. as first-time
Johnson advertis-
ers. The com-
pany also
will roll out
an iPad
app next

for Ebony, a
monthly, fell
14% to 1.11 million
for the first half of the
year, compared with the same peri-
od in 2009, according to the Audit
Bureau of Circulations. Weekly
Jet's circulation declined 12% to
762,250, ABC said. The privately
held company doesn't disclose prof-
"I'm not trying to be a hero here,"
Ms. Rogers says. "I'm trying to take
my time and really make certain

that we do what we need to do to be
Johnson Publishing Chairman
Linda Johnson Rice,
whose family
founded the
S h a s n t

since tap-
ping her
friend, Ms.
Rogers, to

Rogers is shown
Ebony/Jet CEO Linda
take her former CEO job, she said.
She attended Ms. Rogers' speech
and said afterward that the two are
working closely together.
Ms. Rogers wants to use circula-
tion and content improvements to
lure more advertisers and refine the
way the company customizes ad
sales across the publications, events
and digital space.

As for the company's Fashion
Fair cosmetics line, Ms. Rogers
hopes to expand the appeal of the
make-up beyond African-American
women to other women of color.
The company is also working on a
new website for the business, she
Ms. Rogers may also revive the
company's one-time nationwide
Ebony Fashion Fair, which was
cancelled last fall and in the spring,
partly because of economic diffi-
culties facing some sponsors. The
company's 8,000 pieces of couture
clothing from past shows is an asset
that won't sit idle, Ms. Rogers says.
In addition, she's
above left with exploring how
Johnson Rice. J o h n s o n
Publishing could further monetize
other archived material. While the
company has a partnership with
Google Inc. to make magazine back
issues available online, Ms. Rogers
said Johnson Publishing is mulling
how it might sell hard copies of
archived material, such as past
Ebony or Jet magazine covers.

Gospel legend Albertina

Walker passes at 81

Gospel legend Albertina Walker
died last weekfrom respiratory
complications. She was 81. She had
been battling emphysema.
"We are thanking everyone for
their prayers through this very diffi-
cult time, and we know that she is
out of her suffering and in a better
place," said a family spokesperson.
The Chicago native, known as
the "Queen of Gospel," began
singing at age 4 in the children's
choir at West Point Baptist Church.
Under the advisement of Mahalia
Jackson, Walker, then 22, founded
her own gospel group, The
The Caravans became household
names with hits such as "Mary
Don't You Weep" and "Walk
Around Heaven."
Walker then went solo and
recorded many hits, including "I've
Got A Feeling Everything Will Be
Alright," "Jesus Will Fix It" and
"I'm Still Here." She's received
numerous awards including
Grammy and Stellar Awards and
was the first Chicago recipient of
the prestigious National
Endowment of the Arts.
"She was not only a gospel music
legend to millions around the
world, she was the voice of the
Civil Rights Movement and her
music was a healing balm to those

who struggled for justice. Tina has
left a huge imprint on gospel music
and she now joins Mahalia Jackson,
Fr. Thomas Dorsey, the Rev. James
Cleveland, and others, in God's
heavenly choir. Every time the
thunder rolls, I will know she just
stepped to the microphone," said
U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush, D-IL.
Walker had been a staple at
Chicago's annual Gospel Fest for
years wowing the crowd with her
large voice.
Her career includes singing for
Presidents and world leaders, and
also launched the careers of many
gospel artists such as Inez Andrews,
Shirley Caesar, James Cleveland,
Dorothy Norwood, among others.
In 1989 the Albertina Walker
Scholarship Foundation was estab-
lished. It has given hundreds of
thousands in scholarships to aspir-
ing entertainers.
Walker was also a founding
board member of the Chicago
Gospel Music Heritage Museum.
U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Ill.)
said in a statement that Walker was
a voice for the civil rights move-
ment whose voice was "a healing
balm to those who struggled for
She will be played to rest on
Friday, October 15th in Chicago.

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Von Alexander and Felice Franklin The face of JTA Joyce Morgan-Danford D.W. Perkins iar Association
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Author of "Centurion Justice" Ronald White

Library African American Collection
Pat Morrison, Revondolyn DuBois and Cranston Burney

Alvin Brown for Mayor volunteers
Tonisha Gaines and Michael Wilkes

Florida Star Publisher Clara McLaughlin

Jacksonville Human Rights Commission
Eleanor Sweet, Ronnie Brown and Erica Kirlew

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Al McNealy and Akim Wilson of Soul Seed Toys

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Son, widow of Teddy Pendergrass
battle over estate
PHILADELPHIA The son and second
wife of Teddy Pendergrass are locked in a bat-
tie over the late R&B singer's estate.
Teddy Pendergrass II and Joan Pendergrass
have produced conflicting wills since the
singer died of colon cancer in January.
s The son claims a will from May 2009 names
him executor and sole beneficiary. The widow
claims a later document on which she signed
her name as the singer's attorney gives her control.
Teddy Pendergrass II tells The Philadelphia Inquirer that his father left
him in charge of the family. Joan Pendergrass' attorney denies a money
grab, saying the estate has few assets.
Attorneys for both sides met with a judge last week but failed to reach
a compromise.
Teddy Pendergrass is best known as the singer of "If You Don't Know
Me By Now" and other hits.
Tyler Perry and The Rock
Compete for a Woman's Heart
Tyler Perry is rolling in the big dogs -
for his films lately, especially for his .
last production "Why Did I Get O
Married Too?" with a cameo appear-
ance with Dwayne "The Rock"
The former wrestler is teaming up again with Perry to star in his next
comedy film, "Take My Wife."
Wilson Morales, Perry will play a recently divorced man who realizes
the only way to get out of paying alimony to his ex is to find her a new
husband. He sets about transforming a rough-around-the-edges guy
(played by Johnson) into her ideal mate. But after the new guy makes a
love connection with the ex, the divorced guy falls back in love with his
wife and has to compete for her affections.
While no dates have been set for the film to begin production, Perry's
next film "For Colored Girls" opens Nov. 5.

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big concert in 16 years sober, his bl
looking good, sounding good and son it
the audience is letting me know even
'Hey El! We love you.' It's "I
almost like I have never been denia
gone." whetl
A newer, better version of him- about
self, his triumphant ascent from back

IDeBarge is

blessings, but whatever the rea-
A makes us want to root for him
think a lot of artists are in
al," he said when asked
her he was tired of being asked
t a comeback. "If it's a come-
then it's a comeback. I'm not


Ifor his breakthrough

by Ric Hazell
El DeBarge is
attempting to rise from the ashes
like the fabled phoenix of ancient
mythology. According to legend,
whenever it was time for the
phoenix to be reborn it would set its
nest ablaze and allow the flames to
consume him. Then, from the smol-
dering ashes a younger-looking,
more vibrant phoenix arises tri-
Though we are familiar with such
stellar hits as "Love Always" and
"Who's Johnny," El never really hit
his true potential. After battling
back from a drug addiction many
thought would end his career for
good, he has been slowly but surely
creeping back into the spotlight.
He's signed with Interscope
Records where his comeback CD,
"Second Chance," drops November
30. And to help promote the project,
the crooner is on the road. he will
make a stop in Jacksonville on

October 31st at the Ritz Theater. He
will also be touring with Mary J.
Blige, an artist he's lso a fan of.
"I wanted to do a duet with her on
my upcoming album, but our
schedules didn't co-op," he
explained. "We just couldn't get
El has been making big moves
lately. First he surprised the audi-
ence on the BET Awards and he
also performed on the Tom Joyner
"I've done little small things here
and there during my drug thing so
that didn't really count for me. That
was not my best me. This is my first

the ashes of his old self is nearly
complete. But El told said that no
matter what, every time he hits the
stage it always feels like it's the
first time.
"Yeah, I was nervous. I'm always
nervous "I still get butterflies. It
means a lot to me. I don't take it for
granted. What an awesome respon-
sibility to be on stage in front of
people, changing people's moods
from sad to glad."he says.
El seems so much more humble
these days. We're not certain
whether it is his vanquished drug
addiction or a new appreciation for

ashamed of that. I've embraced the
whole idea of the comeback; I've
embraced all the things that I've
had to go through. I'm just so grate-
ful for having been able to come-
back. The music industry is still
pretty much the same to me," he
continued. "It's partly cloudy on
some days, it's sunny on others. It's
just like you just have to get out
there and work. You have to get out
there and really sing and you have
to let people know you can see. You
have to let people know what
you're doing. What comes from the
heart reaches the heart."

T H E W E E K cornerback Dominique. Rodgers-Cromartie (29) out of TEN-
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out of ST. PAUL'S after returning an interception of Drew
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OCT. 10-11, 2010 ing the fourth quarter of an NFL football game Sunday, Oct.
10, 2010, in Glendale, Ariz. The Cardinals won 30-20. Toler
also had a pick of New Orleans quarterback Brees eariler.

Jennifer Hudson goes home to celebrate
Jennifer Hudson, now a svelte size two, is on the cover of the September issue of Michigan Avenue Magazine.
She also helped the publication celebrate its two-year anniversary in Hudson's hometown, Chicago, IL last weekt,
where she performed "I will Always Love you."
She's also readying her sophomore album to be released in 2011. She recently met with Alicia Keys and Swizz
Beatz to talk about a possible duet.
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ERIC WEEMS, KR/WR, Atlanta (3rd season, BETHUNE-
COOKMAN) Three kickoff returns for 66 yards with a long return
of 32 yards in win vs. Cleveland. Also returned one punt for 8 yards.
season, TENNESSEE STATE) Four solo tackles and a fourth-
quarter interception, his first of the season, that he returned 28 yards
for a TD to clinch a 30-20 win over Super Bowl champion, New


DONALD DRIVER, 6-0, 188, WR, Green Bay (12th season, ALCORN STATE) Four receptions for 54
yards in loss to Washington.
CHAD SIMPSON, RB/KR, Washington (3rd season, MORGAN STATE) One kickoff return for 27 yards
in Redskins' win over Green Bay. This was his second game with Washington after being signed on Sept. 21
when Washington released Larry Johnson.
VISANTHE SHIANCOE, TE, Minnesota (8th season, MORGAN STATE) Two receptions for 28 yards
in loss to New York Jets.

DMITRI PATTERSON, DB, Philadelphia (5th
season, TUSKEGEE) One solo tackle and one inter-
ception in win over San Francisco.
GREG TOLER, DB, Arizona (2nd season, ST.
PAUL'S) Two solo tackles and an interception of
Drew Brees, his first pick of the year, in win over New
MARCUS BENARD, LB, Cleveland (1st year,
JACKSON STATE) Two solo tackles, one a sack
(he now has 3.5 sacks on the season) in loss to Atlanta.
RASHEAN MATHIS, CB, Jacksonville (8th sea-
son, BETHUNE-COOKMAN) Five solo tackles
and one assist and a forced fumble in win over
DON CAREY, DB, Jacksonville (2nd season,
NORFOLK STATE) Three solo tackles in win over
DRAYTON FLORENCE, CB, Buffalo (8th sea-




son, TUSKEGEE) One solo tackle, one assist in loss
to Jacksonville.
ANTOINE BETHEA, FS, Indianapolis (5th sea-
son, HOWARD) Seven solo tackles and one forced
fumble as Colts knocked Kansas City from the unbeat-
en ranks, 19-9.
ROBERT MATHIS, 6-2, 235, DE, Indianapolis
(8th season, ALABAMA A&M) Four solo tackles
and two assists in win over Kansas City.
NICK COLLINS, DB, Green Bay (6th season,
BETHUNE-COOKMAN) Two solo tackles and one
assist in loss to Washington.
RON BARTELL, DB, St. Louis (6th season,
HOWARD) Four solo tackles and one assist in loss
to Detroit.
SAMMIE LEE HILL, DT, Detroit (2nd season,
STILLMAN) One solo tackle and one assist as
Lions won first game over St. Louis.








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Serena Williams says her

season could be finished
Serena Williams might miss the rest of the 2010 season because her
injured right foot hasn't healed properly.
"I am likely out for the year now," Williams announced on her official
Williams said she "re-strained" her foot by over-
"In order not to make this worse, I have to
chill on my physical workouts but I will
immediately begin rehabbing as soon as I
get the Doc's OK. Keep me in your
-'prayers (I need them)," the posting
If Williams is sidelined for the
remainder of the season, it would be a
blow to the WTA Championships later
this month, as well as for the United
States when it plays Italy in the Fed
Cup final next month in San Diego.
Last week, Williams' older sister Venus
said she will miss the rest of the 2010 season
because of an injured left knee. Both Williams
siblings had said in August they would make them-
selves available for the U.S. Fed Cup team in the final.
Serena Williams pulled out of the Generali Ladies Linz tournament
that begins this week saying she felt pain while training in Florida on
Saturday, and a scan showed her injury hadn't healed properly.
She has been sidelined since July after cutting her foot on broken
glass at a restaurant, shortly after winning Wimbledon. She had surgery
that month.
She returned to practice in September but already put off her come-
back by withdrawing from the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo and the China
Open in Beijing.
The reigning Australian Open and Wimbledon champion played only
six tournaments this year and will lost her No. 1 ranking to Denmark's
Caroline Wozniacki.

Bringing news
by David Bauder, CP
Newsman Ed Gordon has
returned to BET for a weekly public
affairs program partly because the
network has changed and main-
stream Sunday punditry hasn't.
He's hosting "Weekly With Ed
Gordon," a Sunday interview and
discussion program that resembles
the "Meet the Press" format on
broadcast networks, yet with stories
and guests of particular interest to
the black community. Gordon will
also do a more in-depth interview
program four times a year.
Gordon hasn't worked for BET
since 2002, when the network can-
celled his "BET Tonight" interview
show and other news programming
because of money losses and a
declining interest to the youthful
audience it was targeting.
"It's one of those places that fits
like an old shoe," said Gordon, who
worked at NBC News, CBS News
and National Public Radio while
away from BET. "It's comfortable."
He said he didn't harbour bitter-
ness from his exit eight years ago,
although he stretched out his return
negotiations to make sure BET was
truly committed to news when he
was first contacted about a return
more than a year ago.
"If you're going to be in this busi-
ness, to hang on to bitterness when
people cancel your show would be
wrong," he said. "I remember years

programming with him, Ed Gordon returns to BET

ago seeing an interview with Regis
Philbin and he said, 'If you're in this
business, you've got to be ready to
be fired.'"
While he was away, BET's
attempt in 2008 to establish a

"I don't think it was a wrong deci-
sion at that time," she said. "It was
just the right decision at this time."
The first episode this past Sunday
opened quickly with Gordon inter-
viewing New York Rep. Charles

Gordon kicked off his show interviewing Steve and Marjorie Harvey.

youth-appeal news program, "The
Truth With Jeff Johnson," failed.
BET's audience is aging, particular-
ly on Sundays when "Weekly" airs,
and management is no longer con-
sumed with reaching people under
age 35 to the exclusion of others,
said Debra Lee, the company's
chairman and CEO.
The reversal doesn't necessarily
mean BET is admitting a mistake
was made in 2002, said Lee, who
was a top company executive then.

Rangel, who is accused of financial
wrongdoing. Rangel just won a
competitive primary election and is
virtually guaranteed a return to
Along with the interview, Gordon
led a panel discussion with CNN's
Fredricka Whitfield, former talk
show host Montel Williams and the
Rev. Calvin Butts. They discussed
Bishop Eddie Long, the Georgia
pastor accused of luring young men
into sex; the Rangel investigation;

and the resurgence of quarterback
Michael Vick after his jailing on
animal abuse charges. In coming
weeks, Gordon promised visits
from Anita Hill and former
Secretary of State Condoleezza
Both Gordon and Lee said main-
stream television networks made a
strong effort to diversify their book-
ings on political shows when
Barack Obama was running for
president in 2008. With some
exceptions Gordon pointed to
the strong work of CNN's Roland
Martin after Obama was elected,
the networks have largely reverted
to past form and been stingy in
inviting black guests, they said.
"The mainstream media, to some
degree, calls on black voices when
they think there is a black issue or
black perspective, versus just ask-
ing an African-American economist
just to talk about the economy, not
the black economy," Gordon said.
Gordon's weekly show airs at
noon on Sundays.
Gordon's quarterly show,
"Conversations With Ed Gordon,"
debuted Sept. 26 with a Steve
Harvey interview. He's keeping the
shows less frequent to ensure mean-
ingful guests, he said.
"You don't want to get the fourth
or fifth interview with somebody
who does 'Dancing With the Stars,'"
he said.

Rep. James Clyburn
CBC head said he will open

doors to Tea Party Blacks

House ,.Majority- Whip Jia *
Clyburn said last week the
Congressional Black Caucus will
welcome tea party favorite Tim
Scott and other black Republicans
if they get elected in November.
"If Tim Scott is interested in join-
ing the caucus, he would be wel-
come," Clyburn said in a confer-
ence call.
"Whether that relationship will
be a formal one or a functional one
will be up to Mr. Scott," he said.
The CBC has historically been all
Democrats, though there is no poli-
cy that excludes black Republicans.
* Scott beat Paul Thurmond, for-
mer Sen. Strom Thurmond's son, in
the Republican primary race in
South Carolina's first district,
which is heavily Republican. There
hasn't been a black Republican in
Congress since 2003, when

-Oklahoman--Rep.'J:C. Watts retired.,
Another promising black
Republican candidate, Allen West
of South Florida, is also in a com-
petitive race with Democratic Rep.
Ron Klein.
Watts, a former Republican con-
ference chair, didn't join the CBC,
but Clyburn said he had a good
relationship with him anyway.
"We were very close, though he
was not a member of the CBC," he
said, adding that he worked with
Watts recently on legislation to
reduce the difference in sentencing
between powder cocaine and crack
cocaine crimes.
Clyburn said he also got along
with another former Republican
member, Gary Franks from
Connecticut, who served in the
House from 1991 to 1997. Franks
was also a member of the CBC.

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(88%o) indicate they are absolutely
certain that God exists. On each of
these measures, African- Americans
stand out as the most religiously
committed racial or ethnic group in
the nation," the report stated.
Among the most religiously com-
mitted, no group is more committed
than African-American women.
The report found that 84 percent of
Black women say religion is very
important to them and 59 percent
say they attend religious services at
least once a week.
Given African Americans' close
affiliation with the church, it should
come as no surprise that most
Blacks oppose homosexuality.
"Blacks are much more likely to
think that homosexuality is morally
wrong (64%) than Whites (48%) or
Hispanics (43%)," according to a
Pew poll last year on civil unions
and gay marriage.
Again, that should be placed with-
in the larger context of religion.
"Overall, two-thirds of those who
attend services at least weekly say
homosexual behavior is morally
wrong, compared with 43% of

those who attend services monthly
or yearly and 32% of those who sel-
dom or never attend," the report
A survey released Wednesday that
combines two recent polls by the
Pew Research Center for the People
& the Press and the Pew Forum on
Religion & Public Life shows that
43 percent of the public favor same-
sex marriage and 48 percent oppose
it. The report, Gay Marriage Gains
More Acceptance, represents the
first time in the 15 years Pew has
been polling that fewer than half of
Americans oppose same-sex mar-
"Blacks continue to oppose same-
sex marriage by a wide margin," the
new report states. "In 2010, just
30% of non-Hispanic Blacks favor
gay marriage while 59% are
opposed. From 2008 to 2000, 28%
of Blacks favored same-sex mar-
riage and 62% were opposed."
The number of African-
Americans in favor of allowing
gays to serve openly in the military
has dropped from 57 percent in
1994 to 48 percent in 2010. During
the same period, White support

increased from 51 percent to 63
There are other variations as well,
with younger and more educated
people more likely to favor same-
sex marriage than their older and
less educated counterparts.
Geography is a factor as well, with
a majority of Southerners opposed
to same-sex marriage, the Midwest
and West were about evenly divided
and the Northeast supported gay
marriage by a margin of 49 percent
to 41 percent.
The new study did not address
civil unions, which would give
unmarried gay and lesbian couples
many of the rights now enjoyed by
married heterosexual couples. A
Pew poll last year revealed that
Blacks support civil unions rather
than gay marriages, with 43 percent
of Black Protestants in favor of
civil unions and 49 percent
opposed. Overall, 57 percent of
Americans favor allowing gay and
lesbian couples to enter into civil
unions, up from 45 percent in 2003.
Interestingly, the poll on civil
unions and gay marriage noted that
64 percent of Americans say gays

and lesbians encounter a lot of dis-
crimination, facing more discrimi-
nation than Muslims (58 percent),
Latinos (52 percent), Blacks (49
percent) or women (37 percent).
Many African-Americans are
influenced by the Bible and their
religious leaders. Black preachers
tend to address social issues such as
school prayer, the death penalty,
and homosexuality more than their
White counterparts.
In one survey, nearly 50 percent
of African-American churchgoers
reported that their pastors regularly
expressed negative viewpoints
toward homosexuality. In one
Baltimore study, 68 percent of the
Black respondents said their pastor
had preached that homosexuality
was a sin or immoral.
Ministers point to various pas-
sages of the Bible to justify their
stand against homosexuality,
including Romans 1:26-27, 1
Corinthians 6:9 and the most quot-
ed Scripture on the subject,
Leviticus 18:22, which reads,
"Thou shalt not lie with mankind,
as with womankind: it is abomina-

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President greets Waiting for Superman students
President Barack Obama greets the five children who were featured in
the documentary 'Waiting for Superman' in the Oval Office of the White
House in Washington, Monday, Oct. 11, 2010. Sitting on the coach are
from left to right, Francisco Regalado, from Bronx, NY., Bianca Hill,
Harlem, NY, Daisy Esparza, East Los Angeles, Emily Jones, Silicon Valley
Calif., and Anthony Black from Washington, DC.

Elizabeth Harren is shown above in the classroom.

More non-Blacks choosing

HBCUs for higher education

HAMPTON Univeristy
Elizabeth Hallaren, a 20-year-old
white woman, says she is beginning
to understand what it's like to be a
As a fourth-year nursing student
at Hampton University, she is part
of an increasing number of non-
black students attending historical-
ly black colleges and universities
such as HU. Enrollment trends have
diversified greatly over the last two
decades at traditionally black col-
leges, experts say.
Hallaren's reason for attending
HU meshes with why many say
more non-black students are
enrolling: It's practical.
A Newport News resident,
Hallaren said she decided to attend
nearby HU for its proximity, a
tuition-paid scholarship, and its
availability of a nursing program.
"I can't say that I was really look-
ing forward to being in a place
where I really stuck out too much,"
Hallaren said. "But at the same
time, I wasn't upset about it. I was
just a little nervous at first."
A 2009 report by the Thurgood
Marshall College Fund, which rep-
resents almost half of the nation's
105 historically black colleges,
says that the proportion of
Hispanic,' Asian, and multi-ethnic
students enrolled in its member
institutions jumped from 6 percent

to 8 percent of the student popula-
tion from 1986 to 2006.
There are many possible reasons
for the increase, says Trish
Williams, dean of the W.E.B. Du
Bois College House at the
University of Pennsylvania. Du
Bois was established in 1972 as a
residential program for black stu-
dents but gradually become home
to more and more non-blacks, she
White and other non-black stu-
dents have discovered they can get
a good education at historically
black colleges for a lot less than at
some predominately white schools,
Williams said. And many HBCUs
actively recruit whites in order to
receive federal funding, she added.
"Young people are different from
their parents and grandparents,"
Williams said. "They are not afraid
of experiencing diversity. In fact,
many of them demand it."
Drawn to programs
HU's director of admissions,
Angela Boyd, said she thinks the
increase of non-black students at
Hampton has to do with the univer-
sity's graduate programs, including
pharmacy, nursing and physical,.
"Those, are programs that stu--.
dents, regardless of color, have dif-
ficulty finding at schools," Boyd


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Bishop Desmond Tutu to retire
Archbishop Desmond Tutu is
stepping down from public life, as..
he celebrates his 79th birthday.
The man described as the "con-
science" of South Africa was a
prominent voice during the coun-
try's struggle against white minor-
ity rule. He has since been the
voice of reconciliation in a number
of regional conflicts.
But the Nobel Peace prize winner
says he wants to spend more time
with his family and watching
cricket in addition to making way
for a new generation of leaders.
He became the first black arch-
bishop of Cape Town in 1986.
After South Africa's first demo- Bishop Desmond Tutu
cratic elections in 1994, he chaired at some of the horrific testimony.
the Truth and Reconciliation com- But he always tried to forgive,
mission the body set up to inves- saying in 2000 that: "Resentment
tigate apartheid-era crimes and and anger are bad for your blood
occasionally broke down in tears pressure and your digestion."

October 14-20, 2010

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iu cate Yourself: Pros and cons of health care reform

Miss Florida Teen Usa MiKyle Crockett

Local teen crowned

Miss Florida Teen USA

MiKyle Crocket, Misss Jacksonville Teen USA, was recently crowned
Miss Florida Teen USA in Hollywood, FL. The 17 year old Episcopal
High School student competed with 55 other contestants for the title. "This
has been my first year participating in pageants and it's been really excit-
ing," she said.
During her reign, MiKyle is the spokeswoman for Project SOS and other
local organizations. She will also participate in various celebrity and char-
itable events and will host the Miss Florida Teen USA YouTube channel.
"I will portray a positive image of an everyday teenager who happens to
be Miss Florida Teen USA," she said. "This [being a title holder] has
broadened my platform in the community to combat peer pressure and
highlight the many positive things teens are doing today.
MiKyle, the daughter of Joe and Ivy Archer of the Westside, is a senior
at Episcopal High School. She is the second African-American female to
hold the title.

. ....

Forgery, fraud, and foreclosures

by Cyril Barker
Reports indicate that several law-
suits have been filed against big
banks due to the mishandling of
important lending documents. The
mishap has resulted in the stopping
I of foreclo-
FORE sure pro-
ceedings and
S reviewing
past evic-
tions in 23
Banks that
are being tar-
geted in the
la suits
include Bank of America,
JPMorgan Chase, Ally Financial
Inc., and GMAC Mortgage because
of document verification issues,
specifically, false signatures and

documents. Tens of thousands of
homeowners are being affected by
the flaw.
Among the most common prob-
lem involves documents that were
not verified before foreclosures
could legally proceed. Several doc-
uments were signed by employees
who said they didn't verify impor-
tant information. There are also
questions about the notarization of
Issues of forgery are also coming
into play, as many documents con-
tain different signatures in different
Massachusetts, Illinois, Iowa and
Florida are among the states that
have stopped foreclosure proceed-
ings. In Florida, a judge dismissed
61 foreclosure cases.
Data from RealtyTrac Inc. indi-

cates that more than 95,300 homes
were taken by lenders in the coun-
try in August, along with lenders
issuing more than 338,000 foreclo-
sure filings to homeowners. In a
Princeton University study by
Douglas Massey and Jacob Rugh,
Blacks have suffered the most from
In Black neighborhoods across
the America, there was an increase
in foreclosures by 15,028. Blacks
were more likely to be given sub-
prime loans with high interest rates
and hidden fees. The study also
revealed that worse deals were
given to Blacks with similar credit
scores as Whites.
Blacks were found to be as likely
as Whites to receive predatory
treatment among lenders that did
not go bankrupt.

There's no consensus on what
will result from the federal health
care overhaul.
Insurers and conservatives say
premiums will increase.
Progressives and advocates for the
underinsured say it will help mil-
lions who couldn't access coverage
Laurie Ellis, director of health
policy at Blue Cross Blue Shield
North Carolina, expects elements of
reform will drive up premiums for
two reasons. The first is that the
floor on benefits will be higher
because of the establishment of a
particular level of benefits that must
be provided. As a result, some
lower-cost benefits are no longer
available. The second reason is
covering everyone, regardless of
condition, means higher rates.
"That is a great thing in terms of
increasing access for all," she said,
"but what it does mandate encour-
ages folks to make the best choices
for them and hop in and hop out of
the system."
President Barack Obama signed
the Patient Protection and
Affordable Care Act into law on
March 23. The individual mandate
is one of several provisions that will
come into effect during the next
eight years. It requires Americans to
buy health insurance by 2014 or

pay a penalty. But, Ellis said the
mandate is not strong enough.
"The penalty for not getting
insurance is very low compared to
the cost of an insurance premium,
so it's easy for folks to do the math
and make the decision to opt out of
getting insurance," she said.
Sept. 23 marked the law's six-
month anniversary. Beginning on
that date, the law prohibited insur-
ance companies from denying cov-
erage to children on the basis of a
pre-existing condition.
By 2014, the individual mandate
and the provision preventing denial
of coverage to all Americans with
pre-existing conditions and pre-
venting insurance rates from vary-
ing based on health status will go
into effect. Studies have estimated
200,000 to 400,000 Americans with

pre-existing conditions could be
helped, doubling insured numbers
through existing high-risk pools.
"We do continue to up until 2014
to underwrite folks with pre-exist-
ing conditions to determine their
rate for coverage," Ellis said. "The
individual mandate is what brings
people into the system, and you
really need that as you bring people
with substantial pre-existing condi-
tions. That's what makes insurance
work everyone in the swimming
pool together."
Until 2014, if the insurance rate is
too high there is a temporary feder-
al high-risk pool open to individu-
als with pre-existing conditions
who have been without insurance
for six months that offers the same
standard rate as the standard popu-
lation. Critics contend that those

Shown above (L-R): standing: Marco Monroy, Marie Myers, Margo White and Maurice Ricks (sitting):
Debbie Ricks, Phyllis Anderson, Tony Anderson and Jose Lopez.
Tony Anderson and Co. celebrate Big 65 in Jamaica
Jacksonville resident Tony Anderson wanted to mark his 65th birthday in a big way this summer. With the mile-
stone birthday in front of him, he invited 50 additional family and friends to join him in his celebration. The indus-
trious group of travelers (with the largest contingency from Jacksonville), planned for 8 months to make the trip
happen for their large group. While there, they rented an entire resort of villas and visited all of Jamaica's tourist
spots including Negril, Montego Bay and Ochos Rios throughout their week long visit. Recently, to commemo-
rate their vacation, Tony hosted a "Picture Viewing Party" at the Burrito Gallery in Downtown Jacksonville. They
invited fellow travelers and also well wishers and family friends for a Jamaican style reunion to enjoy the high-
lights of their vacation along with the customary Jamaican rum punch. Anderson doesn't plan to stop with Jamaica
- he's already planning a trip to the Dominican Republic to mark his 66th birthday.





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that have pre-existing conditions
and had insurance sometime within
the last six months and need this
coverage are locked out.
Other key aspects of health
reform include: free preventive care
such as free mammograms, colono-
scopies, immunizations, and pre-
natal care; allowing young people
to stay on their parents' insurance
until age 26, prohibiting insurance
companies from rescinding cover-
age due to technical mistakes, and
providing up to 4 million eligible
small businesses with tax credits.
Health care reform also begins to
close the Medicare Part D prescrip-
tion "donut hole," fully eliminating
it by 2020, and extends access to
lifesaving drugs to an estimated
four million seniors.

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CBC Renews call for focus on Black unemployment

On the heels of September's
mixed unemployment report, the
Congressional Black Caucus
renewed its call for President
Obama and Congress to do some-
thing to address the nation's high
black unemployment rate.
The country's unemployment rate
remained stuck at 9.6 percent,
according to Bureau of Labor
Statistics. The economic monthly

report was a mix of good news and
bad. The good: The private sector
added 64,000 jobs last month. The
bad: Government agencies cut
159,000 jobs, many of them federal
Census workers and state and local
Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.),
chair of the Congressional Black
Caucus, said the September num-
bers highlight the need for

Congress and the White House to
take more concrete steps to reduce
unemployment, especially in the
black community.
"Unemployment rates for
African-Americans and Latinos
remain unbearably high at 16.1 per-
cent and 12.4 percent; chronic
unemployment is also a very seri-
ous issue that needs to be
addressed," Lee said.

The black unemployment rate is
close to twice the national average.
Some black jobless categories -
most notably among teens hov-
ered in the 40-50 percent range.
Some studies this year indicated
that recent black college graduates
were having difficulty finding work
because they were competing with
more experienced, often white
workers who were laid off.

"No ceiling the sky is the limit,"
was the theme for the 2010 Bethune
Cookman University annual
Homecoming. Festivities kicked off
on Sunday, Oct. 2 with a Gospel
Explosion featuring national
recording artist and BET's 2009
Sunday Best winner Y'Anna
Crawley .
B-CU alumni played a major part
in Homecoming 2010 by hosting
several events including an Old
School Fun Night, fashion and
comedy show, Goombay cultural
night, greek step show and a "fami-
ly reunion".
The activities culminated
Saturday, Oct. 9 with the annual
Homecoming parade and the game.
After defeating the Delaware
State Hornets 47-24 before a home-
coming crowd of 10,151 on
Saturday, the Wildcats are 5-0 for
the first time since 2002. The win
also marks an entry for the school

into the national ranksB-CU (5-0,
3-0 MEAC) entered The Sports
Network/ poll at No.
23 with 390 points after receiving
votes the previous two weeks. It is
the first time the Wildcats have
been ranked in the FCS Top 25
since the final poll of the 2003 sea-
B-CU is one of just four remain-
ing FCS teams with undefeated
records. The others are ranked first,
second and third in the poll --
Appalachian State (5-0), Delaware
(6-0) and Jacksonville (Ala.) State
(6-0). The Wildcats also moved up
Monday in the two historically
black college polls. They moved up
to No. 4 in the HBCU media poll
and to No. 3 in the HBCU coaches'
FCS poll. S.C. State is first in both
HBCU polls. .
It was their first homecoming vic-
tory in four years.

The Marching Wildcats gave a halftime show to remember.

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Longtime BCU supporters Dr. and Mrs. Wendell Holmes.

A woman accused of abusing
teenagers at Oprah Winfrey's
school for girls in South Africa
was acquitted of the charges this
week, and Winfrey said she was
"profoundly disappointed" by the
trial's outcome.
Prosecutors had accused former
school matron Tiny Virginia
Makopo of trying to kiss and fon-
dle girls at the school soon after it
opened in 2007 outside
Makopo also had been accused of
assaulting one of the teens as well
as a fellow supervisor.
Mthunzi Mhaga, a spokesman
for South Africa's National
Prosecuting Authority, said
Monday. "The magistrate was of
the view that the state had failed to
prove beyond reasonable doubt
that she was guilty. We won't be
appealing the judgment."
Winfrey had called the allega-
tions crushing given her own stat-
ed history of childhood sexual
abuse and promised an overhaul of
the school.
"I will forever be proud of the
nine girls who testified with the
courage and conviction to be
heard," Winfrey said in a state-
The $40 million Oprah Winfrey
Leadership Academy for Girls,
which opened in January 2007,
aims to give girls from deprived
backgrounds a quality education in
a country where schools are strug-

gling to overcome the legacy of
"It's unfortunate that this had to
happen because what Oprah
Winfrey has done for those chil-
dren in that school -- it's really
encouraging, it's outstanding, it's
really appreciated by South
Africans," Mhaga said. "But
unfortunately, in the justice sys-
tems in every country, it's not
about what you know, it's about
what you can prove."
The school is spread across a 22-
acre (9-hectare) campus with neat
lawns and garden paths decorated
with mosaics. It has computer and
science labs, a library and a well-
ness center. The school is home to
about 300 girls from across the
In March, Winfrey had settled a
defamation lawsuit filed in
Philadelphia by the school's for-
mer headmistress, Nomvuyo
Mzamane, who claimed Winfrey
defamed her in remarks made in
the wake of the 2007 sex-abuse
scandal at the school.
Mzamane claimed that she was
never told of any sexual abuse.
However, Winfrey's lawyers said
in a March pretrial memo that
Mzamane failed to discipline
Makopo despite her history of run-
ins with students and fellow staff.
Mzamane said she had trouble
finding a job after Winfrey stated
she had "lost confidence" in her.

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GENERAL ELECTION November 2,2010



Representative in Congress
District Three
Michael "Mike" Yost REP
Corrine Brown DEM
Terry Martin-Back NPA

Representative in Congress
District Four
Ander Crenshaw REP
Troy D. Stanley NPA


Representative in Congress
District 6
Clifford B. "Cliff" Stearns
Steve Schonberg



Governor and Lieutenant Governor
Rick Scott REP
Jennifer Carroll
Alex Sink DEM
Rod Smith
Peter Allen IDP
John E Zanni
Michael E. Arth NPA
Al Krulick
Farid Khavari NPA
Darby G. Richardson
C.C. Reed NPA
Larry Waldo Sr.
Daniel Imperato NPA
Karl C.C. Behm


Attorney General
Pam Bondi
Dan Gelber
Jim Lewis


Chief Financial Officer
Jeff Atwater REP
Loranne Ausley DEM
Ken Mazzie NPA
Tom Stearns NPA

Commissioner of Agriculture
Adam H. Putnam REP
Scott Maddox DEM
Ira Chester TEA
Thad Hamilton NPA

State Senator
District Eight
John Thrasher REP
Deborah Gianoulis DEM


State Representative
District 15
Randy Smith
Reggie Fullwood



State Representative
District 17
Lake Ray



Shall Justice Charles T. Canady of
the Supreme Court be retained in

Shall Justice Jorge Labarga of the
Supreme Court be retained in

Shall Justice James E. C. Perry of
the Supreme Court be retained
in Office?

Shall Justice Ricky L. Polston of the
Supreme Court be retained in

Shall Judge Nikki Ann Clark of the
First District Court of Appeal be re-
tained in Office?

Shall Judge Paul M. Hawkes of the
First District Court of Appeal be re-
tained in Office?

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the First District Court of Appeal be
retained in Office?

Shall Judge Phil Padovano of the
First District Court of Appeal be re-
tained in Office?

Shall Judge Lori S. Rowe of the First
District Court of Appeal be retained
in Office?

Shall Judge Kent Wetherell of the
First District Court of Appeal be re-
tained in Office?

Shall Judge Jim Wolf of the First
District Court of Appeal be retained
in Office?

School Board Member, District 2
Theresa Graham
Fred "Fel" Lee


Soil and Water Conservation District
Group One
Sebastian Alexander
Phillip Laibe

United States Senator
Marco Rubio
Kendrick B. Meek
Alexander Andrew Snitker
Bernie Decastro
Sue Askeland
Bruce Ray Riggs
Bobbie Bean
Rick Tyler
Charlie Crist
Lewis Jerome Armstrong

State Representative
District 16
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Group Three
Carlton Higginbotham
Violet L Skinner
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Soil and Water Conservation District'
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Stuart J. Coffin
Chelsi P Henry

Seat Two
Larry Lazar
Roger Sulimirski

Council Seat Six
District Three
Jon McGowan
Tom Taylor

r Council Seat Four
Richard Arthur
Patrick W. Krechowski

Council Seat Five
John E Jolly
Leman (Buz) Rosenberg

Voters may vote early at one of the
following early voting sites beginning
Monday, October 18, through Sunday,
October 31, 2010.

Supervisor of Elections Main Office
105 East Monroe Street,
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Supervisor of Elections Branch Office
(Gateway Mall)
5200-2 Norwood Avenue,
Jacksonville, FL 32208
Beaches Library
600 Third Street
Neptune Beach, FL 32266
Highlands Library
1826 Dunn Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32218
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3330 Kori Road
Jacksonville, FL 32257
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9900 Regency Square Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32225
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12125 San Jose Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32223
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10599 Deerwood Park Blvd.
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6887 103rd Street
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Fredrick R Aaron
6457 Ft Caroline Rd #66
Jacksonville 32277
Ahmad Abdullah
5942 Wind Cave Ln
Jacksonville 32258
Gerald A Abernathy SR
5831 Gilchrist Rd A
Jacksonville 32219
George M Abernethy
1100 Seagate Ave 275
Neptune Beach 32266
Donald J Ackerman
1939 Franklin St
Jacksonville 32206
John S Adair JR
8765 Baymeadows Rd
Jacksonville 32256
Elijah D Adams
4960 Ravenel PI
Jacksonville 32225
Ezra S Adams
1281 Neva St
Jacksonville 32205
Gary R Adams JR
7442 Ridgeway Rd N
Jacksonville 32244
Keith R Adams
5035 Main St N #39
Jacksonville 32206
Michael L Adams
2173 13th StW #153
Jacksonville 32209
Shirley M Adams
11134 New Kings Rd 20
Jacksonville 32219
Jerome A Adkins
1286 26th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Lee Ann Adkins
1631 El Prado Rd #4
Jacksonville 32216
Remoneca M Agbobock
747 Arlington Rd N 209
Jacksonville 32211
Kenneth B Ahearn
4803 Magill Rd
Jacksonville 32219
William E Akers
8795 Como Lake Dr
Jacksonville 32256
Linda N Albertie
1613 33rd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Victor L Albertie
7921 Pipit Ave
Jacksonville 32219
Anthony Albright
7620 Oriole St
Jacksonville 32208
Jason A Albright
8050 Arlington Exp
Jacksonville 32211
Gino T Alor,nr,,r,
403 W':,od. r -:t'in f '
Jacksonville 32206'
Joe N Alex
4723 Colchester Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Felecia Alexander
1567 35th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Gary D Alexander
4200 Carroll Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Richard A Alexander
1118 Evergreen Ave
Jacksonville 32206
Rolandra E Alexander
2123 Buckman St
Jacksonville 32206
Derrick D Alford
507 Church St E
Jacksonville 32202
Antonio D Allen
380 Atlantic Gardens Cir
Atlantic Beach 32233
Leonetta D Allen
6605 Albicore Rd
Jacksonville 32244
Marvin Allen JR
2565 Rickenbacker St
Jacksonville 32209
Sharwana V Allen
6457 Ft Caroline Rd 198
Jacksonville 32277
Thomas E Allen
886 11th Ave S
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Chris C Alston
4500 Bentley Trace Ln N
Jacksonville 32257
Darryl M Alston
1000 Broward Rd 1608
Jacksonville 32218
Mary B Alverson
1591 Lane Ave S38F
Jacksonville 32210
Kylan J Alvin
55 25th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Timothy E Amberger
7208 Zapata Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Kristi LAmbrose SR
11001 Old St Augustine Rd
Jacksonville 32257
Leon E Amos
7110 Mayapple Rd
Jacksonville 32211
Alphonso LAnderson SR
1108 Kennard St 3
Jacksonville 32208
Joe N Anderson
3330 Marland St
Jacksonville 32209
Latricia A Anderson
4624 Moncrief Rd 7
Jacksonville 32209

Levar J Anderson
1419 33rd StW
Jacksonville 32209

Ramon A Anderson Timothy J Barfield
3501 Townsend Blvd #256 1035 Arco Dr 17
Jacksonville 32277 Jacksonville 32211
Walter T Anderson Dale E Bariffe
3551 Mecca St 1420 Detroit St
Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32254
Yavonda C Anderson Adrian Barkley
5926 Gilchrist Rd 1611 34th StW
Jacksonville 32219 Jacksonville 32209
Purnell L Andrews JR Richard A Barkley
4156 Oriely Dr 1819 44th StW
Jacksonville 32210 Jacksonville 32209
Ronald Andrews Larry C Barksdale
3152 Gilmore St 1731 Brooker PI
Jacksonville 32205 Jacksonville 32207
Debra LAngel Elizabeth A Barnes
9378 Arlington Exp #107 3211 Galilee Rd
Jacksonville 32225 Jacksonville 32207
Johnny S Angel Keoshia K Barnes
8504 Vining St 5020 Cleveland Rd
Jacksonville 32210 Jacksonville 32209
Robert G Anissimoff Lavonia L Barnes
12021 McCormick Rd 2914 Leonid Rd
405 Jacksonville 32218
Jacksonville 32225 Carol L Barrett
Markeith D Ansley 1437 25th St W
6443 118th St Jacksonville 32209
Jacksonville 32244 James H Barrett
Michele R Archer 8620 Blarney Stone
4800 Beverly Cir Jacksonville 32216
Jacksonville 32210 Huley C Barron JR
Michael A Arline 3318 Haines St
5258 Fredericksburg Ave Jacksonville 32206
Jacksonville 32208 Willie C Barron
Alan Q Armstrong 6513 Hannah Stabl
12220 Three Springmoor Jacksonville 32244
Ct #3 Fredrick L Barrow
Jacksonville 32225 9404 Panda St
Roland H Armstrong Jacksonville 32220
1467 Logan St Joseph G Barrow
Jacksonville 32209 913 5th StW
Sherry D Armstrong Jacksonville 32209
739 Lynton St Brandon R Barrows
Jacksonville 32208 3516 Loretto Rd
Breon T Arnold Jacksonville 32223
6411 Kathryn Dr Gerald D Bartley
Jacksonville 32208 7552 Pheasant Run
Darniese D Arnold Jacksonville 32244
4436 Flintshire Rd Eric V Baskin
Jacksonville 32208 1309 28th St W
Marcus T Arnold Jacksonville 32209
1009 Kenmore St Henry L Bates
Jacksonville 32208 2831 Davis St
Vernon D Arnold Jacksonville 32206
1766 44th StW Janell Bates
Jacksonville 32209 1027 Liberty St #10
Hector I Arroyo Jacksonville 32206
3386 Fairbanks Grant Rd N Sandra J Battee
Jacksonville 32223 7101 Wilson Blvd 73
Timothy Artis Jacksonville 32210
4735 Bedford Rd Arthur C Battle
Jacksonville 32207 3313 Ernest St
Veronica W Asberry Jacksonville 32205
436 Duval Cir Jerry L Batts
Baldwin 32234 7545 Brockhurst Dr
James W Ashwood Jacksonville 32277
2586 BeaverbrookRl ,. Lamika R Batts
Jacksonville 32254 7444 Gainesville Avi
Benjamin J Atkinson Jacksonville 32208
2526 Bremen Ct Janet N Bauer
Jacksonville 32216 13575 Hance Ln
Joeyjoseph H Audette Jacksonville 32220
126 3rd St E #4 Lynn M Bauer-Carter
Jacksonville 32206 3741 North Ride Dr
Dawn K Babcock Jacksonville 32223
7567 Ridgeway Rd N Joseph R Bays
Jacksonville 0 792 Ernona St 1
Toni D Baber Jacksonville 32205
2948 Hunt St Darryl E Bazell
Jacksonville 32254 2805 Cleveland Ter
Anthony L Bacon Jacksonville 32209
2943 Spring Park Rd 908 Deanna F Bea
Jacksonville 32207 613 Ashley StW
Curtis W Bailey Jacksonville 32202
13435 Galway Ave Teresa 0 Bea
Jacksonville 32218 2905 Begonia Rd
Jacques L Bailey Jacksonville 32209
5428 Liston Rd Kenneth S Bearss
Jacksonville 32219 14548 Phillips Hwy
Keith D Bailey Jacksonville 32256
3417 Marland St Barbara A Beatty
Jacksonville 32209 5103 Sharon Ter
Kenneth J Bailey Jacksonville 32207
1031 24th St E Shirley A Beaty
Jacksonville 32206 1725 Doloma St
Robert W Bailey Jacksonville 32221
1278 Mull St Michael E Beck
Jacksonville 32205 11041 Great Wester
Teresa L Baker Jacksonville 32257
10268 Mayan Dr Ocie Bell JR
Jacksonville 32218 4248 Oriely Dr
William L Baker Jacksonville 32210
403 Woodlawn Ave Ray Bell
Jacksonville 32204 5753 Holly Bell Dr 6
Brielle T Baldwin Jacksonville 32277
285 Sondra Cove Trl E Ruben D Bell JR
Jacksonville 32225 841 McDuffAve S
Jason A Baldwin Jacksonville 32205
6560 Gentle Oaks Dr S Sherri L Bell
Jacksonville 32244 6610 Blackwood Dr
Michael J Baldwin Jacksonville 32277
1019 Revels Rd Vonda R Bell
Jacksonville 32205 5020 Cleveland Rd
Rocco D Ballacchino Jacksonville 32209
346 Dudley St William H Bell
Atlantic Beach 32233 1243 26th St E
Ray K Banfield Jacksonville 32206
I 7423 Linda Dr 7 Joseph F Benish
Jacksonville 32208 11008 Creekwood D
Anthony L Banks Jacksonville 32256
3962 Clyde Dr Linda M Benjamin
Jacksonville 32208 1910 27th St E
Demarcus L Barbary Jacksonville 32206
104 King St 103 Andrea D Bennefield
Jacksonville 32204 6315 Badnur Dr
Debbie J Barber Jacksonville 32210
7380 New Kings Rd Douglas E Bennett
Jacksonville 32219 655 Brookmont Ave
Gregory Barber Jacksonville 32211
4565 Lexington Ave #12 Edward C Bennett JR
Jacksonville 32210 9204 Sibbald Rd


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Kalisha R Barber Jacksonville 32208
3304 Thomas St William L Bennett
Jacksonville 32254 2989 Stratton Rd
Christopher M Barela Jacksonville 32221
12627 Fish Hawk Ln
Jacksonville 32225

Dale S Benoit
1040 Sawyerwood Dr
Jacksonville 32221
James Bentley
1019 Pearce St
Jacksonville 32209
Frederick W Benton
8357 Kipling Ct
Jacksonville 32244
Kenneth E Benton
1639 36th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Marcus X Benton
2734 Eventide Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Omar Benton
2734 Eventide Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Bernard L Berry
1551 27th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Edward H Berry
23 36th St W
Jacksonville 32206
Justin M Bersinger
11651 Wellington Way
Jacksonville 32223
Booker T Bess
2363 Edgewood Ave W
Jacksonville 32209
Michael R Best
1034 27th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Stephen T Bethel
1702 2nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Wynette M Biggins
5004 Dallen Lea Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Edward E Bigham
8058 Helston Dr
Jacksonville 32208
AlexT Binder
1658 Kings Rd 311
Jacksonville 32209
Clifford T Binder
1870 Helena St
Jacksonville 32208
Rhonda Bing
505 Ivy St
Jacksonville 32206
Alton A Black
1903 Spring Drive Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Andrian L Black
11552 Birch Forest CirW
Jacksonville 32218
Terry L Black
2504 Hidden Village Dr
Jacksonville 32216
Ronald W Blackman JR
1825 Bisbee St
Jacksonville 32209
Bruce E Blackshear
12386 Silent Brook TrI N
Jacksonville 32225
Michael S Blair
12746 Brown Jersey Ct
Jacksonville 32226
Suzan Blair
7877 Paschal St
Jacksonville 32220
Edward A Blanchard
909 La Marche Dr
Jacksonville 32205
Mary M Block
3126 Hunters Hill Ct E
Jacksonville 32246
Ernest T Blocker
8368 Kipling Ct
Jacksonville 32244
Jeris D Blocker
6953 Jack Horner Ln
Jacksonville 32210
Jerry Blocker SR
3239 Justina Rd # 54
Jacksonville 32277
Cedric L Blount
3120 4th Street Cir
Jacksonville 32254
Joyce G Blount
10805 Old Gainesville Rd
Jacksonville 32221
Fredrick R Blue JR
6536 Mitford Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Isaiah Blue JR
1215 Boulevard
Jacksonville 32206
Quenita Blue
9645 Baymeadows Rd
Jacksonville 32256
Raleigh J Blue
3150 16th StW
Jacksonville 32254
Horace J Blunt
2896 Dignan St
Jacksonville 32254
Tyrone L Blunt
2896 Dignan St
Jacksonville 32254
Joshua G Bodin
1803 Fouraker Rd
Jacksonville 32221
Ronald L Boggan
12519 Highview Dr
Jacksonville 32225
Minnie E Bogins
1745 28th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Alan 0 Bolden
1303 Market St N
Jacksonville 32206
Desi E Boiling JR
4111 San Servera DrS
Jacksonville 32217
Elijah Bonner
4223 Homer Rd S
Jacksonville 32209
Burnell Bonnett

9635 Waynesboro Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Derrell L Bonnett SR
3910 Lee St N
Jacksonville 32209

Curtis L Booker
888 Bridier St #06
Jacksonville 32206
Elisha D Booker
4301 Confederate Pt Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Leroy Booker JR
3724 Boulevard
Jacksonville 32206
Relaford Boone
14019 Beach Blvd #775
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Marlan A Borden
1414 Ellis Trace DrW
Jacksonville 32205
Julius L Borders
3400 Flower Garden Ln
Jacksonville 32206
Felicia D Bostic
2535 Jammes Rd 43
Jacksonville 32210
Donald E Boston III
5620 Collins Rd 614
Jacksonville 32244
Cori D Boudreaux
7303 Ricker Rd
Jacksonville 32244
Charles E Bouie
303 Arabian Ct #6
Jacksonville 32216
Christine A Bowen
14410 Tiki Ln
Jacksonville 32226
Joey A Bowes
7627 Gregory Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Renee E Bowes
2120 James Hall Dr C
Jacksonville 32209
Benjamin Bowles
1203 Glen Laura Rd
Jacksonville 32205
Delmorris J Boyd
2560 Orion St
Jacksonville 32204
Denise K Boyles
5335 Shenandoah Ave #1
Jacksonville 32254
Deborah A Bracey
1324 Prince St 27
Jacksonville 32209
Bias Z Bradley
3630 College PI 3
Jacksonville 32205
Kelcey 0 Bradley
3206 Dignan St
Jacksonville 32254
Lewis V Bradley
1093 Hammond Blvd
Jacksonville 32221
Anthony G Bradshaw
1629 Liberty St 5
Jacksonville 32206
Carol E Brady
7218 Ken Knight DrW ;
Jacksonville 32209 -
Kevin W Brady
2779 Riverwood Ln
Jacksonville 32207
Michael A Brant
1049 Pearl St N
Jacksonville 32202
Steven L Brant
9014 Castle Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Lyntrelle L Brantley
11602 Longwood Key Dr E
Jacksonville 32218
Michael J Breitenfeld
3660 Buckskin Trl W
Jacksonville 32277
Jeffery Brewer
1877 Newbolt Ct
Jacksonville 32210
Patricia G Brewer
12385 Richards Glen Ct
Jacksonville 32258
Tiffany N Brewington
1171 Lane Ave S #913
Jacksonville 32205
Michael R Bridges
752 Erie Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Antonette M Bright
5331 Mays Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Samuel C Bright
5022 Roanoke Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Yolanda L Bright
1545 11th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Alexander L Brinson
4424 Williamsburg Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Bertram D Brinson
7201 Arlington Exp 54
Jacksonville 32211
Henry BrinsonJR
11291 Harts Rd 303
Jacksonville 32218
Starlestine L Brinson
2500 Congaree DrW
Jacksonville 32211
James D Britt
14331 Lyle Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Jeffrey R Britt JR
5611 Beney Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Watson B Britt SR
11001 Old St Augustine
Rd #1016
Jacksonville 32257
Leon Y Bronner
2058 Meharry Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Ronald Bronson
3616 Fitzgerald St

Jacksonville 32254
Tomie W Bronson JR
9114 9th Ave
Jacksonville 32208

Dustin A Brooke
1479 Gately Rd
Jacksonville 32225
Brian J Brookins
4923 Locksley Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Bryan JL Brooks
6500 Lake Gray Blvd
Jacksonville 32244
Curtis E Brooks
4923 Branch Ln
Jacksonville 32207
Ervin M Brooks
740 Dixon St
Jacksonville 32254
Perman Brooks
1530 Ella St
Jacksonville 32209
Sheneka L Brooks
5208 Moncrief Rd W
Jacksonville 32209
Timothy L Brooks SR
8880 Yeoman Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Mark E Brotherton
7731 Arancio Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Maranda L Brought
2771 Monument Rd #29
Jacksonville 32225
Alexander U Brown
9220 Greenleaf Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Allen B Brown
7315 Northland St
Jacksonville 32208
Anthony F Brown JR
1715 Brackland St
Jacksonville 32206
Anthony Brown
321 2nd St E
Jacksonville 32206
Anthony Brown
3500 University Blvd N
Jacksonville 32277
Benjamin E Brown III
601 Courageous Ct S
Atlantic Beach 32233
Billy Brown
611 Adams St E
Jacksonville 32202
Bobby L Brown
1712 9th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Calvene G Brown
718 Jessie St
Jacksonville 32206
Chantel R Brown
7034 Ken Knight Dr E
Jacksonville 32209
Danner Brown JR
2415 Mill Creek Rd
Jacksonville 32211
Delton A Brown SR
1610 Francis Ave
Atlantic Beach 32233
Donald J Brown
1749 26th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Doris W Brown
6121 Trish Ct
Jacksonville 32205
EarnestT Brown
4717 Pinedale Ave
Jacksonville 32207
Edward E Brown JR
2034 Aroid Ct
Jacksonville 32246
Edward H Brown
3104 4Th Street Cir
Jacksonville 32254
Elijah E Brown
9103 6th Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Gerald E Brown
2341 College St
Jacksonville 32204
Granada Y Brown
2600 Art Museum Dr 8
Jacksonville 32207
Gregory A Brown
834 Bunker Hill Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Jaclyn C Brown
2131 Minerva Ave
Jacksonville 32207
James L Brown SR
2929 Justina Rd #57
Jacksonville 32277
Jeffery A Brown
2041 Carl Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Jeremiah C Brown
2603 Springwillow Dr
Jacksonville 32221
Jimmie L Brown
1517 Myrtle Ave N
Jacksonville 32209
Joel L Brown
1686 2nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Kristal S Brown
830 Ashford St
Jacksonville 32208
Lashawn D Brown
2258 18th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Latasha Brown
5226 Bunche Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Lewis Brown
34 27th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Marcus L Brown
1913 Perry St
Jacksonville 32206
Marianne B Brown
3337 Post St #1
Jacksonville 32205

Mark 0 Brown
11100 Harts Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Minerva 0 Brown
8711 Newton Rd #219
Jacksonville 32216

Royce B Brown
11881 Poydras Ln
Jacksonville 32218
Thornton M Brown
7941 Lake Park Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Walter Brown
2632 Division St
Jacksonville 32209
Samuel D Brownell
426 McDuff Ave S
Jacksonville 32254
Jamie D Browning
2362 Harper St
Jacksonville 32204
Corey J Brownlee
7528 Arlington Exp
Jacksonville 32211
Corey N Brunson
1279 Summit Oaks Dr)
Jacksonville 32221
Aaron L Bryant
1011 Fuller Ln
Jacksonville 32206
Brandel L Bryant
4800 Yellow Water Ln
Baldwin 32234
Edward C Bryant
650 Park St
Jacksonville 32204
James Bryant
1658 Kings Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Joshua E Bryant
6029 Hillman Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Kenneth Bryant
4660 Effingham Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Lakita L Bryant
2441 Spring Park Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Larry G Bryant SR
1761 42nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Nadine M Bryant
7201 Arlington Exp 97
Jacksonville 32211
Nakia A Bryant
433 Broward St
Jacksonville 32204
Ronda R Bryant
11714 Greenada Dr
Jacksonville 32258
Teddie Bryant
325 Stockton St
Jacksonville 32204
Erin N Bump
830 Arlington River Dr
Jacksonville 32211
Marvin A Burke SR
1039 Phelps St 1
Jacksonville 32206
Monica LBuerkett'
7078 Wakefield Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Arthur E Burnett JR
945 Liberty St #209
Jacksonville 32206
Jason R Burr
3104 Herschel St #A
Jacksonville 32205
Demetrius Busby
9017 Smoketree Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Kenny Bush
740 Stanwick Rd
Jacksonville 32208
David T Bussey
803 Halsema Rd N
Jacksonville 32220
Billy L Butler
4640 Castleton Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Eric P Butler
8601 Beach Blvd 1210
Jacksonville 32216
Frank L Butler
7822 Longhorn Cir E
Jacksonville 32244
Jeannie Butler
2206 Flag St #5
Jacksonville 32209
Mintzer D Butler
514 1st St E
Jacksonville 32206
Ronald E Butler SR
7841 Lem Turner Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Walter C Butler
5033 Columbus Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Antonio D Byers
7014 Matthew St
Jacksonville 32210
Francine D Byers
5821 San Juan Ave
Jacksonville 32210
Lepaul S Byers
11019 Apple Blossom
Trl E
Jacksonville 32218
BridgettY Byrd
1780 Leon Rd 2114
Jacksonville 32246
Charles L Byrd
419 Smith ST
Jacksonville 32204
Trae C Byrd
4851 Walcott Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Willie L Byrts
138 21st StW
Jacksonville 32206
Bobby L Caill
106 Sapelo Rd
Jacksonville 32216

Bryan A Caito
500 Chaffee Rd S #193
Jacksonville 32221

Katrina N Caldwell Arnold L Chambers
800 Broward Rd C-102 3402 Martha St
Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32209
Kenneth D Caldwell Terrence L Chance
1214 La Belle St #21 645 21St St E 5106
Jacksonville 32205 Jacksonville 32206
KodieT Caldwell Gregory Chandler
10525 Monaco Dr #154 1408 Prince St
Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32209
RandyT Caldwell Marvin V Chandler
1725 43rd StW 4268 Lockhart Dr N
Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32209
Tyree A Caldwell Robert D Channelle
3142 Gilmore St 9715 Flechette Ave
Jacksonville 32205 Jacksonville 32208
Bill J Calhoun JR Edward P Chappell
1402 30th St E 1270 31st StW
Jacksonville 32206 Jacksonville 32209
Kamal M Callwood Kenneth M Charles
8090 Atlantic Blvd F51 5605 James C Johnson Rd
W Jacksonville 32211 Jacksonville 32218
Anthony D Cambridge JR Tyrone H Chatmon
1551 27th StW 4295 Sunbeam Rd 303
Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32257
Alford C Campbell Roderick L Cherry
SR 1946 14th StW 4264 Katanga Dr N
Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32209
Corey W Campbell Cheryl L Chesser
2352 Justin Rd W 7709 Sycamore St
Jacksonville 32210 Jacksonville 32219
Justin R Campbell Nickolos Christopher
4366 Seabreeze Dr 1819 Welford Rd
Jacksonville Beach 32250 Jacksonville 32207
Keith L Campbell Angela D Clare
10315 Piedmont Rd 10201 Beaver St W 113
Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32220
Kriston M Campbell Billy D Clark
10535 Lem Turner Rd 8903 5th Ave
#1108 Jacksonville 32208
Jacksonville 32218 David S Clark
Micah C Campbell 7129 Moses St
5895 Ellakel Rd Jacksonville 32210
Jacksonville 32208 Purnell D Clark
Patrice C Campbell 1510 Wigmore St
4455 Confederate Pt Rd Jacksonville 32206
#10G Sean Clark SR
Jacksonville 32210 1162 28th StW
Quinton R Campbell Jacksonville 32209
4839 Moncrief Rd #9 Wendall K Clark
Jacksonville 32209 4236 Key Vega Ct
Sharon L Campbell Jacksonville 32218
2835 Algonquin Ave Hernando P Clarke
Jacksonville 32210 6361 Jammes Rd
Shawn L Campbell Jacksonville 32244
3251 Montcalm Dr Anthony Clavizzao
Jacksonville 32208 3270 Ricky Dr #202
Keith L Canady Jacksonville 32223
12864 Captiva Ct Wallace Clavon JR
Jacksonville 32225 2506 Jammes Rd #6
Mario V Canady Jacksonville 32210
900 Adams St W Cathy G Claypole
Jacksonville 32204 13203 Damron PI
Arvin L Cannon Jacksonville 32225
1751 Main St N #210 Floyd K Claypole
Jacksonville 32206 13203 Damron PI
Larry A Cannon Jacksonville 32225
,.1498 27th t Linda L Clayton., .
-Jacksonville 32209" .'-- 7920 Oriole St

Roman G Cannon '
3000 Coronet Ln #260
Jacksonville 32207
Emily K Cantrell
2245 Anniston Rd
Jacksonville 32246
Courtney C Capers
1222 Carlotta Rd W
Jacksonville 32211
Trent A Carbert
6139 Colgate Rd
Jacksonville 32217
Steven J Cardoza
6205 Pine Cove Ln
Jacksonville 32211
Anthony L Carlyle
4801 Moncrief Rd #10
Jacksonville 32209
Anthony D Carnes
8765 Darlington Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Lindsey A Carr
7552 Strato Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Robert G Carr
333 Laurina St #237
Jacksonville 32216
Barry E Carrell
6865 Ridgeview Ave
Jacksonville 32244
Jose D Cartagena
5827 Ansley St
Jacksonville 32211
Andrew T Carter
611 Adams St E
Jacksonville 32202
Carlos A Carter
1977 26th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Ferrantino E Carter
1543 Francis St
Jacksonville 32209
Jacqui L Carter
5906 Old Timuquana Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Jerome H Carter II
1754 Spires Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Lashonda L Carter
1103 Skye Dr E
Jacksonville 32221
Nathaniel Carter
139 Cottage Ave 10
Jacksonville 32206
Sheryl R Carter
21 Katherine Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Warnnie L Carter JR
3929 Forest Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Ginger L Carty
412 12th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Kirby L Casselman
2600 Art Museum Dr 138
Jacksonville 32207
Lawrence D Cebollero
2858 Leonid Rd
Jacksonville 32218

Jacksonville 32208
Phyllis V Clement
4454 Trenton Dr N
Jacksonville 32209
Curtis B Clemons
4672 Colchester Rd
Jacksonville 32208
John E Clemons
6174 Spring Hammock Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Levi S Cleveland
6347 Sage Dr
Jacksonville 32210
James C Clinch JR
271 45th St E
Jacksonville 32208
Jermaine L Coakley II
2951 Gilmore St
Jacksonville 32205
Darrio C Cobb
7871 Gulf Rd S
Jacksonville 32244
Lonnie Cobb
9293 Cumberland
Station Dr
Jacksonville 32257
Lucretia C Cobb
3184 Belden Cir 3
Jacksonville 32207
Tiffany N Cochran
3055 Nolan St
Jacksonville 32254
Gregory E Cockfield
1850 13th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Ricardo D Cohen
11684 Brush Ridge Cir S
Jacksonville 32225
Daniel A Colborn
741 Sherry Dr
Atlantic Beach 32233
Charles E Cole
1387 Pink Panther Dr
Jacksonville 32225
Daniel L Cole
345 26th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Donald L Cole
6010 Winding Bridge Dr
Jacksonville 32277
Devin D Coleman
736 Odessa St
Jacksonville 32206
Frank D Coleman
2515 Ribault Scenic Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Oscar Coleman III
2118 Brooklyn Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Tyrone W Coleman JR
3166 3rd Street Cir N
Jacksonville 32254
Robert L Coley
1940 6th StW
Jacksonville 32209
CedrickV Collins
1175 13th St E
Jacksonville 32206

Ebony N Collins
111 32nd StW
Jacksonville 32206
Harold R Collins
426 McDuff Ave S
Jacksonville 32254
Robert L Collins
10201 Beaver StW #224
Jacksonville 32220
Samuel L Collins
1533 25th StW A
Jacksonville 32209
Sherri L Collins
8928 Monroe Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Fernando L Colon
1571 Panther Ridge Ct
Jacksonville 32225
Troy L Colton SR
3315 Broadway Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Brenda K Conage
333 Laurina St #232
Jacksonville 32216
William E Condrich
14349 Van Zile Ave
Jacksonville 32224
David W Conley
3333 Frances Ave
Jacksonville 32218
Tammy W Conner
2326 Janette St
Jacksonville 32209
Ernest F Conyers JR
1443 Boulevard
Jacksonville 32206
Jacqueline Cook
6129 Lynnwood AVE
Jacksonville 32210
Laura D Cook
13352 Egret Key Ln
Jacksonville 32224
Nathan K Cooks
2115 Clemente Dr
Jacksonville 32204
Darrin L Cooley
6403 Masal St
Jacksonville 32216
Christopher R Cooper
5035 Main St N #50
Jacksonville 32206
Bruce A Copeland
3021 Commonwealth Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Corey D Copeland
2660 Guerad Dr E
Jacksonville 32210
Kenney L Copeland
7960 Longspur Ave
Jacksonville 32219
Sadariann A Copeland
3250 Justina Rd #G
Jacksonville 32277
Craig D Corbitt
4832 Main St N #67
Jacksonville 32206
, Randy K.Corey SR,.
5121 Catoma St 3
Jacksonville 32210
Roxanne Corlew
10263 Whispering Forest
Dr 1317
Jacksonville 32257
Calvin L Cornish
9616 Ridge Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Donival D Cosby SR
9613 Evesham Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Malissa J Costley
435 3rd St
Baldwin 32234
Tiffany M Cox
12358 Carriann Cove Trl S
Jacksonville 32225
John E Coyle
11964 Walle Dr
Jacksonville 32246
Christopher A Crane JR
14810 Wade Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Pernell Crane JR
2910 Wedgefield Blvd
Jacksonville 32277
Gregory J Crawford
3916 Springfield Blvd
Jacksonville 32206
Hector Crawford
12450 Biscayne Blvd
Jacksonville 32218
John D Crawford
13850 Fair Pine Ln
Jacksonville 32218
Leah C Crawford
1317 EllisTrace DrW
Jacksonville 32205
Minnie R Crawford
4229 Moncrief Rd W
Jacksonville 32209
Laura A Creegan
5927 Volvo StW
Jacksonville 32244
James K Creighton II
1766 Mt Herman St
Jacksonville 32209
Bernard L Crenshaw
SR 230 1St St E 504
Jacksonville 32206
Thomas M Crenshaw
4530 Victor ST
Jacksonville 32207
Larry Crittenden
1436 27th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Michael W Critzer
4488 Sparkman Rd
Jacksonville 32258
Tori J Crooms SR

4943 Princely Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Cameron C Crosby
8951 Castle Blvd
Jacksonville 32208



105 E. Monroe Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202

You are hereby notified that a final determination of your voter eligibility has been made, by the Duval County Supervisor of Elections in accordance to ES. 98.075(7).
Your name has been removed from the statewide voter registration system. Any voter, whose name has been removed from the statewide voter registration system, may
appeal that determination under the provisions of s. 98.0755. Any voter whose name was removed who subsequently becomes eligible to vote must reregister in order
to have his or her name restored to the statewide voter registration system. For further information or assistance, please contact the Supervisor of Elections Office at
105 E. Monroe St, Jacksonville, FL or call 904-630-1414.

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October 14-20, 2010

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Ted E Crosby
4320 Deerwood Lake
Pkwy 503
Jacksonville 32216
Tia A Cross
5344 Potomac Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Ellis U Crum
4602 Uncrest Dr S
Jacksonville 32208
Mychi J Crumley
1020 Regas Dr S
Atlantic Beach 32233
Earl C Crutchfield
134 7th St W
Jacksonville 32206
Elmer L Crutchfield
9473 Whittington Dr
Jacksonville 32257
Emesto G Cruz
6104 Suwannee Rd
Jacksonville 32217
Ira B Cue
1829 27th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Sierra A Cue
6832 Cartier Cir
Jacksonville 32208
Dana J Culpepper
2537 Forest Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Mary A Cummings
4532 Jade Dr E
Jacksonville 32210
Willie Cummings SR
3104 Rosselle St
Jacksonville 32205
Leroy Currelley III
4083 Sunbeam Rd
Jacksonville 32257
Frankie A Curry
3780 Univ Club Blvd
Jacksonville 32277
Keith L Curry
2621 Edgewood Ave W
Jacksonville 32209
Larry T Curry
9252 Sibbald Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Marvin Curtis
2943 Spring Park Rd 301
Jacksonville 32207
Phillip M Curtis
13727 Webb Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Wanda S Curtis
2191 Benedict Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Willie J Cutts
4437 Notter Ave
Jacksonville 32206
Rudolph Dailey SR
1219 McConihe St
Jacksonville 32209
Christopher D Daise
1938 Jones St
Jacksonville 32206
Joseph E Dale
1141 Orton St
Jacksonville 32205
George T Dalton
8121 Free Ave
Jacksonville 32211
6509 Parvin Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Matthew D Danahoo
8634 Sturbridge Cir W
Jacksonville 32244
John H Dandridge
1657 East Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Felicia D Daniels
1045 24th St W
Jacksonville 32209
Uthario L Daniels
750 Van Buren St
Jacksonville 32202
Quinn Daniels
105 43rd St E
Jacksonville 32208
Raymond Daniels 1012
Hood Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Rickey Daniels
1835 Silver St
Jacksonville 32206
Thomas Daniels IV
7420 Linda Dr 9
Jacksonville 32208
Warren N Daniels
10621 Monaco Dr #98
Jacksonville 32218
James Dantzler
1526 Parental Home Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Randall L Dasher
6438 Diamond Leaf Ct N
Jacksonville 32244
Blair K Davenport
1321 San Mateo Ave
Jacksonville 32207
Robert V Davenport JR
1321 San Mateo Ave
Jacksonville 32207
Avis V David
2553 Ocie St
Jacksonville 32207
James C Davidson
5134 Cruz Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Alonzo C Davis
11396 Blossom Ridge Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Brandon C Davis
9164 sibbald Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Carlos L Davis

11291 Harts Rd 1905
Jacksonville 32218
Earl S Davis
9077 9th Ave
Jacksonville 32208

Edward A Davis
3940 Robert C Weaver D
Jacksonville 32208
Elvis E Davis
2230 Kingston St
Jacksonville 32209
Eric L Davis
3306 Rosselle St
Jacksonville 32205
Jamaal Davis
5202 La Ventura Dr E 50
Jacksonville 32210
James E Davis
10960 Beach Blvd #99
Jacksonville 32246
Kaison J Davis
9734 Tapestry Park Cir
Jacksonville 32246
Marvin L Davis SR
1535 Falkland Rd E
Jacksonville 32221
PhyllisT Davis
900 Plaza St 35
Atlantic Beach 32233
Robert J Davis
5737 Green Palm Ln #29
Jacksonville 32211
Sherman L Davis
1179 6th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Tessa Davis
842 Long Lake Dr
Jacksonville 32225
Wendolyn J Davis
6455 Argyle Forest Blvd
Jacksonville 32244
Taurus L Dawson
7189 Koleda Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Ophel K Day
5035 Westchase Ct 1
Jacksonville 32210
Latantia S Days
9034 Tyler Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Joseph C Dean JR
2280 Larchmont Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Scott L Dean
10760 Skylark Dr
Jacksonville 32257
Sherwin Q Dean
3770 Toledo Rd #8
Jacksonville 32217
Kimberly P Dear
7611 Indian Lakes Dr #4
Jacksonville 32210
Gregory E Deas SR
9465 Gilchrist Ct
Jacksonville 32219
Latoya R Degraffread
1618 20th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Diana L DeGuardia
660 Aquatic Dr
Atlantic Beach 32233
Bennie Deloach JR
1038 6th St W
Jacksonville 32209
Curtis R Deloach
1803 Melson Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Wiliam P Demery
2695 University Blvd N
Jacksonville 32211
Cleveland L Demps JR
7820 Free Ave
Jacksonville 32211
Corey C Denmark SR
2603 Myrtle Ave N
Jacksonville 32209
Amasia R Dennard
9130 11th Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Carl J Denson
1209 3rd St W
Jacksonville 32209
Tony B Denton
7536 Patrice Ct
Jacksonville 32210
Clifford V Dewsnap
5721 Beney Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Marquous D Dey-
ounks 1877 33rd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Jose R Diaz
234 State St E #106
Jacksonville 32202
Ricardo A Diaz
8164 Morristown Trl
Jacksonville 32244
Donato D Dicarlo I
13226 Joeandy Rd N
Jacksonville 32225
John L Dick
2245 Hyde Park Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Levonia Dick
407 6th St S

Jacksonville Beach3
Donald J Dickerson
1749 26th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Daniel R Diehl
941 Chapman Dr
Jacksonville 32221
Santissa Dillon
629 Lincoln Ct N
Jacksonville 32209
William Dingeman
234 State St W
Jacksonville 32202
Adrian L Dixon
8302 Tubman Ct
Jacksonville 32219
Antonio Dixon
2939 Spencer St
Jacksonville 32254
Stuart A Dixon
2863 Percy Rd
Jacksonville 32218

Virgil D Dixon
r 838 Brandywine St
Jacksonville 32208
Ron L Doe
4800 Atlantic Blvd #250
Jacksonville 32207
Curtis Dollison
824 Escambia St
Jacksonville 32208
Carolyn C Donald
3 1424 27th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Alexander K Donohoe
9430 Kells Rd
Jacksonville 32257
Eugene E Dorn
1846 Margaret St 3B
Jacksonville 32204
Dwayne A Douglas
10751 Kuralei Dr
Jacksonville 32246
James H Douglas
1528 Windle St
Jacksonville 32209
James W Douglas
I 3515 Stillman St
Jacksonville 32207
Rachel D Douglas
711 3rd Ave S
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Gregory A Dowdell
340 Spruce St
Jacksonville 32204
Michael P Downey
5515 Bishop Cir
Jacksonville 32207
Greshawna L Doyles
1608 11th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Diretta P Drake
11665 Brian Lakes Dr
Jacksonville 32221
Roosevelt Drayton
9439 San Jose Blvd
Jacksonville 32257
Timothy J Drelich
12869 Shumard PI
Jacksonville 32246
Shaundre L Drummond
6776 Royal Leaf Ln
Jacksonville 32244
Christopher G Drury
4843 Lexington Ave
Jacksonville 32210
Kyle A Dryden
5723 Parkstone Crossing D
Jacksonville 32258
Darnell Dues
241Tallulah Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Tony R Dukes
3042 Commonwealth Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Destiny A Dunbar
7528 Arlington Exp #1124
Jacksonville 32211
Alphonson Duncan
1978 Commonwealth Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Robert A Duncan
3319 America Ave
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Wendell K Duncan
9545 Ridge Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Warren L Dungan
54 Tallwood Rd
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Jade D Dunham
4810 Cedar Point Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Marion Dunn
2431 Gayland Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Monique C Dunnam
5601 California Ave 204
Jacksonville 32244
Rodney B Durance
1475 Jake Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Taunya K Durant
4295 Sunbeam Rd 1614
Jacksonville 32257
Ashiellalyn N Durham
55 4th St W
Jacksonville 32206
David W Durham
2032 Liberty St
Jacksonville 32206
Delois Dye
1301 Davis St 1102
Jacksonville 32209
Lamont A Dye
1646 45th StW #227
Jacksonville 32208
Michael T Eady
2621 University Blvd N
Jacksonville 32211
Natasha L Eady
888 Bridier St 18
Jacksonville 32206

32250 Gloria A Ealey
104 19Th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Eleanor D Eason
3239 Justina Rd #47
Jacksonville 32277
Travis 0 Easterling SR
10885 Krugerrand Ln
Jacksonville 32218
Steven H Edgecomb
1237 Broad St
Jacksonville 32202
Timothy A Edmond
3015 Cesery Blvd
Jacksonville 32277
Chalanda R Edwards
9110 3Rd Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Daniel S Edwards
1911 25th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Demetrice A Edwards
3432 Deer St
Jacksonville 32254

Dewayne M Edwards
49 43rd StW
Jacksonville 32208
James B Edwards
8764 Lake Placid Dr E
Jacksonville 32208
Karla F Edwards
312 Lawton Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Richard Edwards
4636 Hunt St
Jacksonville 32254
Sherry A Edwards
252 25th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Glenn E Eiland
750 Oak St #209
Jacksonville 32204
Dawud H Elamin II
5710 LenoxAve 811
Jacksonville 32205
Sabri J Elhassan
1489 Undine Ave
Jacksonville 32221
Joan N Eller
4435 Milam Rd
Jacksonville 32210
O.Christina J Elliott
6260 Spring Hammock Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Veronica E Elliott
815 Briarcreek Rd
Jacksonville 32225
Larry R Ellis
2609 23rd St W
Jacksonville 32209
Marcus I Ellis III
1243 13th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Mark T Ellis
10707 Indies Dr S
Jacksonville 32246
Willie J Ellis JR
2648 Charbray Dr
Jacksonville 32211
Kenneth D Ellison
11204 Kittrell Ln
Jacksonville 32220
Tracy A Elswick
12748 Glade Springs Dr S
Jacksonville 32246
Debra A Ercolano
1035 Arco Dr #38
Jacksonville 32211
Johnny L Ervin
Dr 1758 30th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Joshua L Ervin
2258 44Th StW
Jacksonville 32209
William D Esposito
13360 Sawpit Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Kimberly D Essex
11462 Stinger Way
Jacksonville 32223
Sharmeka N Eunice
1532 22Nd St W
Jacksonville 32209
Darcel J Evans
3039 Edison Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Faith K Evans
6457 Ft Caroline Rd #176
Jacksonville 32277
Franklin D Evans
6824 Pearl St N
Jacksonville 32208
John P Evans
1855 Niblick Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Leon C Evans
9004 Polk Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Maurice J Evans
1913 45th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Meshach W Evans
7848 Playpen Ct
Jacksonville 32210
Toma D Evans
4229 Moncrief Rd #38
Jacksonville 32209
Keith A Evins
10703 Meadowlea Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Daniel C Farmer
5920 Creed Ct
Jacksonville 32244
Theodore J Farmer JR
6706 Hema Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Rex R Featheringlll
1206 Arden Way
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Kelley R Featherstone
545 Oneida Ct
Jacksonville 32225
Estevan Feliciano
8532 Bandera Cir E
Jacksonville 32244
Cornell A Felton
1230 7th St E #36
Jacksonville 32206
Thomas M Felton
7618 Ortega Bluff Pkwy
Jacksonville 32244
Shane A Fenick
7524 Southside Blvd 1108
Jacksonville 32256
Timmy Fennel
2518 Edgewood Ave N
Jacksonville 32254
Randall D Fennell
3900 Starratt Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Joshua D Ferguson
8270 Barracuda Rd
Jacksonville 32244
Terry L Ferguson

8536 Nussbaum Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Roderick L Ferrell
7307 Penrose St
Jacksonville 32208

Yesica A Ferrera
3017 Kegler Dr
Jacksonville 32216
Jamie L Ferrier
6055 Edgefield Dr
Jacksonville 32205
Terri B Fieldhouse
3737 St Johns Bluff Rd S
Jacksonville 32224
Stephanie K Fields
2513 Mayapple Rd E
Jacksonville 32211
Marilu C Fierro
2141 Camden Ave
Jacksonville 32207
David R Filson
9612 Clinton Corners Dr
Jacksonville 32222
Tonya L Finch
4525 Harbor View Dr
Jacksonville 32208
William E Fincher
1766 Brookview Dr S
Jacksonville 32246
Dawn C Finkler
11445 Kittrell PinesTer
Jacksonville 32220
Clifton J Finn
618 Stockton St
Jacksonville 32204
Leana A Fireall
3723 Pearce St #4
Jacksonville 32209
James W Fisher
1057 Sylvan Ct 2
Jacksonville 32206
Gregory L Flagg
4614 Harbor View Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Darlene Fleming
4409 Clyde Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Ervin L Fleming SR
2216 44th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Joseph A Fleming
8150 Cecil St
Jacksonville 32221
Terry M Fleming
5771 Gilchrist Rd
Jacksonville 32219
Joann E Fletcher
1137 Union St E
Jacksonville 32206
Leon E Fletcher JR
11029 Knottingby Dr
Jacksonville 32257
Bryan A Flowers
2854 Lantana Lakes DrW
Jacksonville 32246
Antonio D Floyd
761 Village Center Dr S
Jacksonville 32206
Theodore Floyd
1221 Claudia Spencer St
Jacksonville 32206
Travis K Floyd.,
4229 Moncrief Rd W 91
Jacksonville 32209
Illya K Follins
1962 4th St W
Jacksonville 32209
Eddie N Ford
3255 Justina Ter 8
Jacksonville 32277
John A Ford SR
4437 Bessie Cir E
Jacksonville 32209
Lenord L Ford
2028 Davis St
Jacksonville 32209
Micheal C Ford
9124 4th Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Samuel B Forehand JR
7674 Jana Ln S
Jacksonville 32210
Della S Foss
6745 Rydholm St
Jacksonville 32208
Darnell L Foster
5931 Martin L King Dr
Jacksonville 32219
Essence L Foster
7026 Queen of Hearts Ct
Jacksonville 32210
Justin M Foster
445 Monument Rd #512
Jacksonville 32225
Scott W Fraley
1440 Jefferson St
Jacksonville 32209
Michol D Fralick
120 Mayport Rd Lot #56
Atlantic Beach 32233
Roberta S Francis
352 Birch St
Jacksonville 32206
Anthony B Franklin JR
7923 Georgia Jack Dr N
Jacksonville 32244
Anthony Franklin
11260 Elane Dr
Jacksonville 32218
John E Franklin
1186 12th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Philip M Franklin
2660 Lowell Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Regina M Frazer
1754 Belvedere St
Jacksonville 32208
Cheryl S Frazier
733 Century 21 Dr
Jacksonville 32216
Earnest J Frazier '
2345 Peach Dr

Jacksonville 32246
India M Frazier
5527 Dakota Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Kevin A Frazier
38 22nd StW
Jacksonville 32206

Daniel A Frederick
5129 Robert Scott Dr S
Jacksonville 32207
Donald Frederick JR
1519 12Th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Anthony J Freeman
4433 Ken Knight Dr N
Jacksonville 32209
Calvin Freeman
4832 Main St N #67
Jacksonville 32206
Gene A Freeman
2547 Lowell Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Robert A Freeman SR
9217 Waynesboro Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Wayne L Frenk
129 Market St N #105
Jacksonville 32202
Nikki R Fryer
5620 Collins Rd #316
Jacksonville 32244
Theresa G Fryer
10318 Cisco Dr
Jacksonville 32219
Tony D Fudge
1131 22nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Randolph E Fuller
2608 Henrietta St
Jacksonville 32209
Jennifer M Futch
55 Eubanks St E
Jacksonville 32218
Katrina M Gabal
3868 Cedar Point Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Kenshone D Gaddis
1368 Carvill Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Makisha J Gaffney
7647 McCowan Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Enola G Gaines
276 25th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Jarrod A Gainey
1617 Blair Rd
Jacksonville 32221
Thomas C Gainey III
5135 Benning Rd
Jacksonville 32254
Leonard Galloway
2507 Parental Home Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Wardell D Galloway
2806 Lantana Lakes DrW
Jacksonville 32246
Ruven C Galvin
1966 Brookview Dr S
Jacksonville 32246
Anita Gamble
1214 3rd St E
Jacksonville 32206
Annie L Gantt
511 65th St W.,,',.
Jacksonville 32208
Frank Garcia JR
230 1st St E 614
Jacksonville 32206
Julio P Garcia
7200 Powers Ave #182
Jacksonville 32217
Kendra D Gardner
819 1st Ave SC
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Leroy B Gardner JR
5143 Kingsbury St
Jacksonville 32205
Nathaniel Gardner
1371 State StW
Jacksonville 32209
Charlie L Garmon
4203 Heywood St
Jacksonville 32207
Amanda L Garonski
11210 Andrea Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Roy E Garrison
1412 Elmar Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Kimberly M Garske
200 Duval Station Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Nathaniel Garvin
6505 Greenfern Ln
Jacksonville 32277
Rudolph Gaskin JR
1946 44th St W
Jacksonville 32209
Bryan C Gates
3206 De Carlo Ln
Jacksonville 32277
Zwaski D Gathers
11635 Greenland Hideaway
Jacksonville 32258
Murry M Gatling III
12383 Casheros Cove Dr S
Jacksonville 32225
Kelvin D Gavin
1190 22nd StW #3
Jacksonville 32209
Kenny F Gavin
13004 Chets Creek Dr S
Jacksonville 32224
Anthony D Gay
11657 Alta Cir E
Jacksonville 32226
Joseph L Gaylord
3253 Plum St
Jacksonville 32205
James S Geiger
1603 19th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Karen D Geisendorff
6612 Pine Summit Dr

Jacksonville 32211
Michael S Genes
6430 Sunset Dr
lacksonville 32208
Tammie D Gentry
223 17th St E
lacksonville 32206

Brian A George
12355 Finns Cove Trl
Jacksonville 32246
James A George
4655 Moncrief Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Robert E George
5625 Brait Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Tiffany E George
4108 Trout River Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
William A George III
4108 Trout River Blvd
#1 Jackson-
ville 32208
Alicia S Gibbs
2039 Meharry Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Dean L Gibbs
1640 Jefferson St #353
Jacksonville 32209
Samuel L Gibbs JR
5149 Plymouth St
Jacksonville 32205
Jarell S Gibson
8925 Devonshire Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Jones D Gibson
12604 Blue Lagoon TrI
Jacksonville 32225
Karen L Giddens
8134 Pilgrims Trace Dr N
Jacksonville 32244
Clara D Gilbert
3612 Haines St
Jacksonville 32206
Daria L Giles
13923 Ponderosa Pine
Jacksonville 32225
Deborah D Giles
6750 Ramona Blvd 63
Jacksonville 32205
Brad C Gill
3547 Tiara Way W
Jacksonville 32223
J T Gillum JR
4236 Covered Creek Ct
Jacksonville 32277
Leon Gillyard
617 44Th StW 166
Jacksonville 32208
Darrell L Gilyard SR
13777 Saxon Lake Dr
Jacksonville 32225
Keshawn D Gilyard
5342 Seaboard Ave #1
Jacksonville 32210
Louis Givens
1777 28th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Padrica K Glanton
2377 1st St W
Jacksonville 32254
Rodney Glanton
617 44th StW #121
Jacksonville 32208
Bobby J Gleaton
611 Adams St E
Jacksonville 32202
Alan V Glover
234 State St W
Jacksonville 32202
Bernard Q Glover
1324 Prince St 18
Jacksonville 32209
Darien G Glover
6518 Solandra Dr
Jacksonville 32210
David W Glover
2032 Palmdale St
Jacksonville 32208
Derrick Glover
5327 Timuquana Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Earnest L Glover
3550 Nancy St
Jacksonville 32209
Malcom Glover
2812 Fleming St
Jacksonville 32254
Spencer H Goff
1147 3rd Ave N
Jacksonville Beach
Leroy A Golphin
10900 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Maisha R Gomes-Harris
4643 Nelmar PI
Jacksonville 32206
Jesue R Gomez
2562 Dellwood Ave #2
Jacksonville 32204
Philip R Gonzalez
1013 Brierfield Dr
Jacksonville 32205
Uvaldo Gonzalez JR
8513 Berry Ave
Jacksonville 32211
Robert L Gooden II
5232 Polan Ln
Jacksonville 32209
Marion W GoodingJR
8919 Yarmouth Rd
Jacksonville 32257
Marsha A Gooding
232 9th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Al Mary M Goodman
618 Lawton Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Kenya M Goodman
1548 17th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Tommy L Goodman JR
11520 Riva Ridge Ct
Jacksonville 32218

Aquarius L Gordon
3913 Leonard CirW J
Jacksonville 32209 J

Henry Gordon JR
2929 Post St
Jacksonville 32205
Lashawn T Gordon
2901 Beachwood Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Lawrence E Gordon
13300 Atlantic Blvd
Jacksonville 32225
Rebecca S Gordon
8524 Vining St
Jacksonville 32210
Sheila J Gordon
659 Bridier St
Jacksonville 32202
Shannon J Gortman
7915 103rd St #512
Jacksonville 3221
Ryan A Grabau
2896 Lantana Lakes Dr E
Jacksonville 32246
Gary D Graden
2100 Palafox St #3
Jacksonville 32209
James E Graham
1903 19th StW #2
Jacksonville 32209
Laurie LH Graham
208 Cougar Rd
Jacksonville 32220
Lemese G Graham
2844 Belair Rd W
Jacksonville 32207
Maurice L Graham
4083 Sunbeam Rd
Jacksonville 32257
Vincent D Graham
3124 Lantana Lakes Dr
Jacksonville 32246
Donta S Grant
6264 Cleveland Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Raymond S Grant
2614 23rd St W
Jacksonville 32209
Albert Gray III
7054 Prestwick Cir S
Jacksonville 32244
Carrie M Gray
14342 Alexis Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Frank Gray
3018 Green St
Jacksonville 32205
Marvin Gray
4628 Bristol Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Sheryl R Gray
21 Katherine Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Marvin B Grayer
3027 Edison Ave
Jacksonville 32254
William A Grayer JR
1968 26th St W
Jacksonville 32209
Crystal D Greek
7348 Cedar Point Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Ernest L Green
3320 Lee St N
Jacksonville 32209
Janet R Green
4078 Tyndel Creek PI
Jacksonville 32223
Sheneka S Green
286 Belfort St
Jacksonville 32204
Thomas E Green SR
11213 Salt Pond Dr E
Jacksonville 32219
Toye Green
311 Ashley StW #803
Jacksonville 32202
Willie M Green
471 Liberty St
Jacksonville 32202
Anthony W Greene
8913 Bronson Ln
Jacksonville 32219
Jeremy J Greene
3118 Stan Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Keith C Greene
1974 12th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Auriel S Gregory
856 Prospect St
Jacksonville 32254
Jean T Grey
826 6th Ave N
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Eddie B Grier
2056 Atlantic Blvd
Jacksonville 32207
James L Grier
1804 Cleveland St
Jacksonville 32209
Lunita C Grier
230 1st St E 1010
Jacksonville 32206
Alvin L Griffin
4244 Katanga Dr N
lacksonville 32209
GregoryJ Griffin
402 Golfair Blvd
lacksonville 32206
George T Griffis
1203 River Bank Ct
lacksonville 32207
Steven R Griffis
14605 Christen Dr
lacksonville 32218
Charika N Grimes
1028 Eaverson St
lacksonville 32204
Larry D Grisham

2943 Christopher Rd
lacksonville 32217
lohnie 0 Grissett
3216 Altamont Ave E
Jacksonville 32208

Rudolph Grisson
8595 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville 32216
Demetric L Groomes
7958 Jaguar Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Gamaliel G Groover
222 6th St W
Jacksonville 32206
Clyde D Groves
8335 Freedom Crossing
Trl 3108
Jacksonville 32256
James E Guilianti
1240 Lugar St
Jacksonville 32211
Rafael A Guillen
1526 Parental Home Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Darin K Gulley
419 Center St N
Baldwin 32234
Harry S Guthrie
10045 Paxton Rd #3
Jacksonville 32219
Steven A Guthrie
14809 Belle Estates Rd
Baldwin 32234
Robert N Haag
604 10th Ave N
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Antonio J Hadnot
10970 Lem Turner Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Jennifer A Hafner
2368 Brentfield Rd W
Jacksonville 32225
Betty J Hagans
5671 Moncrief Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Linda T Hagans
1320 Broad St #1004
Jacksonville 32202
Patrick T Hairston
5286 Brighton Park Ln
Jacksonville 32210
Krystal L Halbrook
172 BoxTree Ct
Jacksonville 32225
CoreyJ Hall
1801 McMillan St
Jacksonville 32209
Darrell T Hall JR
3106 3rd St S
Jacksonville Beach 32250
David L Hall
1616 8th St W 2
Jacksonville 32209
Desi L Hall
1908 23rd St W
Jacksonville 32209
Devaugh C Hall
5601 Pansy Ln
Jacksonville 32209
James L Hall .
489 Starratt Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Ricky L Hall
1155 5th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Rodney L Hall
7771 Barry Dr E
Jacksonville 32208
Sammie L Hall
2367 Broadway Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Tiffany D Hall
204 44th StW
Jacksonville 32208
Alvin J Halpin
5424 Carder St
Jacksonville 32205
Lawrence C Ham
919 Acosta St #316
Jacksonville 32204
James C Hamilton
7265 Pottsburg Dr
Jacksonville 32216
Roderick E Hamilton
8562 Darlington Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Robert L Hammond
665 Day Ave
Jacksonville 32205
Virginia A Hampton
1245 Kennard St
Jacksonville 32208
Zachary M Hankerson
3684 Lydia Estates Ter
Jacksonville 32218
Phillip L Hansbury
3510 Chase Ave
Jacksonville 32209
David A Hapgood
9454 Kentucky St
Jacksonville 32218
Mary A Harden
2576 Lewis St
Jacksonville 32204
Michael R Hardin
10900 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Robert J Hardmon
1023 31st StW
Jacksonville 32209
William G Hare
10961 Burnt Mill Rd
Jacksonville 32256
Kris Hareide
7960 Patou DrS
Jacksonville 32210
Lenwood Harley
2013 Brackland St
Jacksonville 32206
Herman H Harms
700 Arlington Rd N
Jacksonville 32211

Aaron J Harris
2246 Commonwealth Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Carlton L Harris
6417 Kathryn Dr
Jacksonville 32208

Derrick V Harris
11011 Harts Rd 1005
Jacksonville 32218
Eugene D Harris
1728 Brooker Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Henry Harris III
38 10th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Lee D Harris
8105 Tarling Ave
Jacksonville 32219
Nate D Harris
4800 Atlantic Blvd #250
Jacksonville 32207
Sammie L Harris
1646 45th St W #329
Jacksonville 32208
Guy R Harrison JR
7419 Sandhurst Rd S
Jacksonville 32277
Usa M Harrison
1600 Mill Creek Rd #304
Jacksonville 32211
Robert W Hart JR
5933 Holly Bay Dr
Jacksonville 32211
Jannon M Hartsfield
6977 Oriely Dr S
Jacksonville 32210
Betty D Harvey
542 26th StW
Jacksonville 32206
James W Harvey
1000 Bert Rd #M213
Jacksonville 32211
Kenneth S Harvin
1146 Saratoga Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Glyn E Hassler
8881 Johnson Ter
Jacksonville 32219
Daniel D Hatcher SR
858 West Palm Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Jeffrey L Hawkins
4495 Roosevelt Blvd
Jacksonville 32210
Billy W Hawley
3043 9th St W
Jacksonville 32254
Lamar D Hay IV
11640 Cape Horn Ave
Jacksonville 32246
Devin L Hayes
1870 27th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Jenard A Hayes
1524 Detroit St
Jacksonville 32254
Randy Hayes
1328 22nd St W #H
Jacksonville 32209
Raymond Hayes
4418 Williamsburg Ave
Jacksonville 32208
'Carlton J Hayward
2118 Brooklyn Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Timothy Hayward
2170 Inwood Ter
Jacksonville 32207
Patrick B Haywood SR
6416 Sapphire Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Troy Haywood
8503 Graybar Dr
Jacksonville 32221
Michael E Hazel
613 Ashley StW
Jacksonville 32202
Billy R Head JR
5001 Phillips Hwy 104B
Jacksonville 32207
Antonio P Heard
2054 Riverside Ave
Jacksonville 32204
Chris D Heggs
1220 Van Buren St
Jacksonville 32206
Shannon J Heller
13560 Sattler Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Heath Helvey
1817 25th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Corey J Henderson
1417 30th St E
Jacksonville 32206
TimmothyJ Henderson
1311 Melson Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Will Henderson
622 Union St W
Jacksonville 32202
Anthony J Hendley
6733 Simca Dr
Jacksonville 32277
Adrian L Hendricks
1018 11th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Ronald W Hendricks
8972 Madison Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Richard E Henley
1527 Forest Hills Rd
Jacksonville 32208
John Henry
3017 Buckman St
Jacksonville 32206
Reginald V Henry
8980 Austell Ct
Jacksonville 32216
Luis E Hernandez
7359 Lawn Tennis Ln
Jacksonville 32277
James E Hemdon JR
1375 Prince St
Jacksonville 32209

James C Herring
4794 Beverly Cir
Jacksonville 32210
Mark D Herring
5988 John F Kennedy
Jacksonville 32219

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1410 Arends Rd 9083 Sable Ridge Ct 11340 Martin Lakes Dr N
Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32244 Jacksonville 32220
George R Hershman Anson A Holmes SR Anthony L Jackson
3462 Betz Landing Dr 8257 Cheryl Ann Ln 909 Liberty St M-217
Jacksonville 32226 Jacksonville 32244 Jacksonville 32206
Clifford H Hespenheide JR Darryl A Holmes Carlos Jackson
5774 Penny Ln 5139 Rosebay Ct 650 Long Branch Blvd
Jacksonville 32244 Jacksonville 32207 Jacksonville 32206
Keavin D Hess JR Deloris D Holmes Curtis L Jackson
5149 107th St 5141 Shenandoah Ave 80 3524 Spires Ave
Jacksonville 32244 Jacksonville 32254 Jacksonville 32209
Robert L Hester JR Frankesha B Holmes Darin A Jackson
1244 Bridier St 467 Malcross Ave 825 31st St W
Jacksonville 32206 Jacksonville 32208 Jacksonville 32209
James S Hickman Nathan L Holmes Elijah Jackson
9109 6th Ave 8253 Justin Rd N 628 Alder St
Jacksonville 32208 Jacksonville 32210 Jacksonville 32206
Belinda D Hicks Renaldo T Holmes JR Henry W Jackson
2125 Hyde Park Rd 22 3417 Marlo St 1202 Acorn St
Jacksonville 32210 Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32209
Dwayne D Hicks Stacia M Holmes Jason P Jackson
226 2nd St E #4 5798 Lannie Rd 105 Monroe St E
Jacksonville 32206 Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32202
Lanita M Hicks Vernita A Holt John C Jackson
470 Sargo Rd 1214 La Belle St #145 730 Ontario St
Atlantic Beach 32233 Jacksonville 32205 Jacksonville 32254
Tanya Y Hicks Rodney E Hooks Katrina R Jackson
11660 Chestnut Oak Dr E 4025 Harbor View Dr 3634 Hampton Glen PI
Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32208 Jacksonville 32257
BruceT Hickson Guy M Hoover Kenneth S Jackson
12346 Raleigh Ridge Dr S 8165 Albany St 1905 Spires Ave
Jacksonville 32225 Jacksonville 32220 Jacksonville 32209
Ashley N Hierrezuelo Keith A Hopkins Larry D Jackson
13100 Broxton Bay Dr 714 2152 Ashland St 2372 Villanova Cir
Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32207 Jacksonville 32218
Donald M Higginbotham Levard T Hopkins Usa M Jackson
5514 101st St 1649 1st StW 2981 Parental Home Rd
Jacksonville 32210 Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32216
Rodnick L Higginbotham Anthony N Home Mark R Jackson
1063 Powhattan St 2838 Myra St 5001 Phillips Hwy 100
Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32205 Jacksonville 32207
Joshua C Higgins Antoine L Houston Marvett Jackson JR
13526 Chauny Rd 6457 Ft Caroline Rd 102 2113 16th StW
Jacksonville 32246 Jacksonville 32277 Jacksonville 32209
StacyT Higgs Joshua M Houston Michael M Jackson
1646 45th St W F 233 830 29th StW 2830 6th St W
Jacksonville 32208 Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32254
Joshua W Highland Russell E Houston Modenna A Jackson
5339 Dostie Dr S 7960 Paschal St 3236 Rogero Rd
Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32220 Jacksonville 32277
Sheldon P Highsmith Antonia Howard SR Raffondo J Jackson
306 Silver Creek Cir #10 4042 Katanga Dr S 1269 Pangola Dr
Jacksonville 32216 Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32205
Bobby J HightowerJR Brandon J Howard Robert Jackson
123 Bernard Rd 1997 Tuskegee Rd 1159 24th StW
Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32209
Savone P Hightower Joan G Howard Roy D Jackson III
1535 Hill St 2508 Sunrise Ridge Ln 3707 Hermitage Rd E
Jacksonville 32202 Jacksonville 32211 Jacksonville 32277
Austin R Hill Vincent Howard Sammie L Jackson
2534 28th St W 10770 Anders Blvd 5229 Fredericksburg Ave
Jacksonville 32209 #1103 Jacksonville 32208
Erica L Hill Jacksonville 32246 Shawn L Jackson
5800 Barnes Rd S 28 Bryan D Howell 1540 Ella St
Jacksonville 32216 2848 Village Grove Dr S Jacksonville 32209
Michael D Hill Jacksonville 32257 Sheree R Jackson
3770Toledo Rd #146 Donna M Howell 2932 Willow St
Jacksonville-322a7" 1325 Fouraker Rd Jacksonville 32207
Nathaniel P Hill Jacksonville 32221 Sherri K Jackson
3209 Montcalm Dr Masceo Howell 1542 Keats Rd
Jacksonville 32208 2095 Alley Rd Jacksonville 32208
Reginald A Hill Atlantic Beach 32233 Tammy J Jackson
619 Spanish Wells Rd Alton L Hudson 1953 Hubbard St
Jacksonville 32218 4008 Walnut St Jacksonville 32206
Tony A Hill Jacksonville 32206 Terrance D Jackson
10643 McLaurin Rd E Dexter Hugger 4204 Clyde Dr
Jacksonville 32256 8032 Longleaf Forest Ct Jacksonville 32208
Vanessa D Hill Jacksonville 32210 Tracy J Jackson JR
5641 California Ave 308 Kanekka F Huggins 7844 Crawford St
Jacksonville 32244 1271 16th St W 3 Jacksonville 32256
Mitchell D Hills Jacksonville 32209 Travis L Jackson
4173 Grant Rd Joseph Hughes 1230 Ribault River Dr
Jacksonville 32207 1318 Harrison St Jacksonville 32208
Cedric S Hines Jacksonville 32206 Vernell S Jackson
1750 14th St W Mary DA Hughes 2908 10th St W
Jacksonville 32209 1733 Cesery Blvd Jacksonville 32254
Keith K Hines Jacksonville 32211 Eric E Jacobs
1103 Westdale Dr Katrel M Hunt 227 60th St W
Jacksonville 32211 332 69th StW Jacksonville 32208
Roderick S Hines Jacksonville 32208 Richard H Jacobs
1587 30th St E Antonio D Hunter 800 Shetter Ave
Jacksonville 32206 1621 21st St E Jacksonville Beach
Hector C Hinojosa Jacksonville 32206 32250
1359 30th St W Javares D Hunter Shauntakia Q Jacobs
Jacksonville 32209 4323 Bessie Cir E #9 2035 Palmdale Ct
Mauricio J Hobbs Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32208
2783 Chesterbrook Ct Kado M Hunter Artis H James
Jacksonville 32224 7534 Leroy Dr 1230 13th St E
Timothy C Hockey Jacksonville 32244 Jacksonville 32206
5121 Catoma St #C112 LeeA Hunter JR Jamie C James
Jacksonville 32210 909 Acorn St 637 Ivy St
Lee D Hodges Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32206
9741 Sibbald Rd Priscilla R Hunter Ronnie L James III
Jacksonville 32208 2063 Betsy Dr 11050 Harts Rd #405
Gregory S Hoffman Jacksonville 32210 Jacksonville 32218
7751 Rudin St Tesha R Hunter Brett H Janney
Jacksonville 32256 7000 Main St N Lot 6 6151 Carlton Rd
Donald L Hogan Jacksonville 32208 Jacksonville 32244
14520 Main St N Alton C Huntsinger Carolyn D Jaudon
Jacksonville 32218 781 Pioneer Dr 5979 Martin L King Dr
Darlene R Holland Atlantic Beach 32233 Jacksonville 32219
2048 Davis St Paul W Hurst Terrell T Jeffreys
Jacksonville 32209 13050 Perdue Rd 5604 Belafonte Dr
Devaughn C Holland Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32209
5538 Anchor Ln Reginald L Hurst Catherine H Jenkins
Jacksonville 32207 1543 26th St E 7280 Volley Dr N
Gregory D Holland Jacksonville 32206 Jacksonville 32277
829 PenderSt Robert J Hurt EliciaV Jenkins
Baldwin 32234 7148 Tynan Ave 715 Venus Mars Ct
James A Holland Jacksonville 32211 Jacksonville 32209
5855 Ansley St Carmello Infantino John S Jenkins
Jacksonville 32211 6802 Pearl St N 1520 Powhattan St
Kelvin D Holland Jacksonville 32208 Jacksonville 32209
1349 21st StW Stephanie Ingram Quashima LJenkins
Jacksonville 32209 1623 McConihe St 1079 Detroit St
Lacomis D Holland Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32254
1629 12th St E Warren L Inscoe Reuben D Jenkins
Jacksonville 32206 1100 Skye DrW 2716 Division St
Paula A Holler Jacksonville 32221 Jacksonville 32209
1648 Bermuda Rd Sassity M Iocco Richard E Jenkins

Jacksonville 32224 8216 Styers Ct 6090 Terry Rd 810
Jonathan Holloway Jacksonville 32221 Jacksonville 32216
6219Turknett Rd Michael P Ivey Wade L Jenkins
Jacksonville 32244 1035 Arco Dr 48 4149 Lockhart Dr N
Jacksonville 32211 Jacksonville 32209

Bassam A Jennings
4535 Julington Creek Rd
Jacksonville 32258
James A Jennings
909 Liberty St M104
Jacksonville 32206
Marlo E Jennings
2914 Begonia Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Willie B Jennings
863 Palmetto St
Jacksonville 32206
Edwina M Jerido
9133 13th Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Victoria W Johnsen
12821 Julington Forest
Jacksonville 32258
Archie L Johnson
1978 9th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Barbara L Johnson
4229 Moncrief Rd W
Jacksonville 32209
Bertie M Johnson
5100 Courtland Oaks St
Jacksonville 32258
Bethena K Johnson
3203 Cesery Blvd
Jacksonville 32277
Beverly T Johnson
Jacksonville 32209
Calvin Johnson
2103 Placeda St
Jacksonville 32209
Charles A Johnson
11166 Pine St
Jacksonville 32218
Charles M Johnson
375 Duray Ct
Jacksonville 32208
Christopher N Johnson
11457 Secretariat Ln W
Jacksonville 32218
Corey V Johnson
1532 22nd St E
Jacksonville 32206
Corey W Johnson
5808 Coffee Ln
Jacksonville 32244
Curtis L Johnson
606 Pippin St
Jacksonville 32206
Damien C Johnson
11018 Mandarin Station
Jacksonville 32257
Darryl L Johnson SR
2030 Redwing St
Jacksonville 32206
Demone A Johnson
1943 17th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Donnie Johnson
1881 Junior St
Jacksonville 32209
Dwayne E Johnson JR
8787 Southside Blvd
Jacksonville 32256
Ernest Johnson JR
365 Birch St
Jacksonville 32206
Frank M Johnson III
4901 Sunbeam Rd 619
Jacksonville 32257
Henry A Johnson
3349 Gilmore St
Jacksonville 32205
James W Johnson
1881 Junior St
Jacksonville 32209
Kanisha J Johnson
657 Lincoln Ct N
Jacksonville 32209
Karen F Johnson
6992 Jim Terry Rd
Jacksonville 32222
Keith A Johnson
1301 Davis St 702
Jacksonville 32209
Keith L Johnson
3611 Fitzgerald St
Jacksonville 32254
Kenneth B Johnson
3135 19th StW
Jacksonville 32254
Kevin M Johnson
375 Duray Ct
Jacksonville 32208
Kristoffer J Johnson
5885 Edenfield Rd #C-13
Jacksonville 32277
La Tissha M Johnson
3184 Brasque Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Larry D Johnson JR
8331 Manavista St
Jacksonville 32211
Lawrence P Johnson
10263 Taylor Field Rd #1
Jacksonville 32222
Lovett D Johnson SR
259 Gregory PI
Jacksonville 32208
Marques Johnson
4950 Richard St #144
Jacksonville 32207
Martha A Johnson
1532 22nd St E
Jacksonville 32206
Michael A Johnson JR
104 King St 123
Jacksonville 32204
Michael B Johnson JR
5821 Christobel Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Michael D Johnson
86Tallulah Ave

Jacksonville 32208
Michele D Johnson
1813 Melson Ave
Jacksonville 32254

Obie Johnson III
800 Broward Rd #K201
Jacksonville 32218
Renea M Johnson
3702 Stuart St
Jacksonville 32209
Robin E Johnson
903 Acorn St
Jacksonville 32209
Ronald Johnson
5739 Pickettville Rd
Jacksonville 32254
Samuel H Johnson
157 Lane Ave S
Jacksonville 32254
Terence M Johnson
1617 32nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Thomas L Johnson
1933 33rd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Tiffany N Johnson
3820 Canal St 227
Jacksonville 32209
Timothy T Johnson
6471 Diamond Leaf Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Walter Johnson III
6232 Pettiford DrW
Jacksonville 32209
William T Johnson
1711 11th StE
Jacksonville 32206
Anthony S Jones
1359 30th St W 1
Jacksonville 32209
Antonio M Jones
5451 Playa Way 2
Jacksonville 32211
Bernard W Jones
1807 44th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Clarence R Jones
1131 McConihe St
Jacksonville 32209
David W Jones
2535 Jammes Rd 13
Jacksonville 32210
Denard L Jones
7030 Lyster Cir W
Jacksonville 32209
Eric Jones
3050 New Ct S
Jacksonville 32254
Glenn L Jones
1603 Helena St
Jacksonville 32208
Hollis J Jones JR
1636 24th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Jeremiah J Jones
2067 Meharry Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Jimmie Jones
1755 Brewster Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Joshua A Jones
6075 Delmar PI
Jacksonville 32205
Ken L Jones
1124 Moat St
Jacksonville 32254
Kevin D Jones
4207 Confederate Pt Rd
Jacksonville 32210
La Tori M Jones
3918 Abby Ln
Jacksonville 32207
Larry E Jones
5743 Sawyer Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Maurice R Jones
1598 15th StW 4
Jacksonville 32209
Minnie P Jones
8604 Bermuda Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Paula R Jones
2320 Commonwealth Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Rodney Jones
700 Oaks Plantation Dr
Jacksonville 32211
Ronald H Jones
3896 Oldfield Trl
Jacksonville 32223
Shanitta L Jones
5722 Belafonte Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Shanitta L Jones
4135 Katanga Dr S
Jacksonville 32209
Tamara E Jones
4702 Cedar Point Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Tyrone C Jones
3515 Glen St
Jacksonville 32254
Wayne L Jones
1107 5th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Bernard L Jordan
1307 Broad St
Jacksonville 32202
Ernest J Jordan
9137 Redtail Dr
Jacksonville 32222
Jerome Jordan SR
834 Bunker Hill Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
John Jordan
1509 Hubbard St
Jacksonville 32206
Mercel Jordan
8920 Greenleaf Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Rahim A Joseph
5939 Caribbean Ct N
Jacksonville 32277
Corey S Joyner

7524 Southside Blvd
Jacksonville 32256
Timothy L Joyner
2929 Justina Rd 2
Jacksonville 32277

Scelina G Justice
3926 Fernglen Dr
Jacksonville 32277
Calvin D Kaiser
1632 Huron St
Jacksonville 32254
Willy M Kaiser
8680 Tower Fall Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Ervin G Kearney JR
3237 Hunt St
Jacksonville 32254
Alphonso D Keene
2021 Holcroft Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Ryan C Keene
900 Adams St E
Jacksonville 32202
Bradley P Keiser
7040 103rd St 405
Jacksonville 32210
Kimberly D Keister
12921 Black Gum Ct
Jacksonville 32246
Franklin D Keller
611 Adams StW
Jacksonville 32204
Michelle L Kelley
6829 Hyde Grove Ave
Jacksonville 32210
Vivian Kelly
1898 Hardee St
Jacksonville 32209
Dominique D Kelsey
2920 Clarice Dr
Atlantic Beach 32233
Robert L Kelsey
1327 Broad St
Jacksonville 32202
Alberta L Kennedy
5503 Amazon Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Arrie M Kennedy
470 Sargo Rd
Atlantic Beach 32233
Robert H Kennedy
1133 Market St N
Jacksonville 32206
Thomas C Kennedy
4246 Heywood St
Jacksonville 32207
James S Kester
7633 Wilson Blvd Lot 17
Jacksonville 32210
Reka D Key
3344 MabryTer
Jacksonville 32254
Glenn A Kierce JR
4301 Confederate Pt Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Kyle A Kight
2978 12th StW
Jacksonville 32254
Glenn A Kilpatrick
1215 lonia St 2
Jacksonville 32206
Arnett C King
1622 25th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Arviah G King SR
1781 3rd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Chand V King
9212 Oviedo Rd
Jacksonville 32221
Christopher D King
6750 Miss Muffet Ln S
Jacksonville 32210
John W King
4842 San Clerc Rd
Jacksonville 32217
Markeytus A King
4528 Naranja Dr S
Jacksonville 32217
Martin L King
3643 Lionell St
Jacksonville 32209
Corey A Kingery
1213 Sizemore Ct
Jacksonville 32221
Sakenia L Kingfrazier
6308 Elise Dr
Jacksonville 32211
Robert S Kinney
107 Cougar Rd
Jacksonville 32220
Leonard D Kinsey
1359 30th St W #2
Jacksonville 32209
David M Kirk
1120 Jamaica Rd W
Jacksonville 32216
Latarsha L Kirkland
1112 5th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Cleveland Kirkman III
1301 Davis St #502
Jacksonville 32209
Darrell D Kirksey
1877 Junior St
Jacksonville 32209
Darryl L Kirksey JR
1328 21st StW
Jacksonville 32209
Jerome C Kirksey
10770 Anders Blvd 302
Jacksonville 32246
Shantell L Kiser
663 Linwood Ave
Jacksonville 32206
Evelyn D Kissinger
10730 Old Kings Rd
Jacksonville 32219
Raymond P Knight
5187 Cypress Crest Ln
Jacksonville 32226
Marquette K Knowles
5920 Brice Ct
Jacksonville 32244
Vern E Knudsen

4818 Shelby Ave
Jacksonville 32210
Carl J Koehler
2149 Inwood Ter
Jacksonville 32207

Alton A Kohn
2825 Jupiter Ave
Jacksonville 32206
Vincent E Kohn
2502 Vernon St
Jacksonville 32209
Marcus A Koontz
7140 Exline Rd
Jacksonville 32222
Richard G Krilich
1101 Violet St
Atlantic Beach 32233
Sunshine D Lafferty
3580 Pall Mall Dr 403
Jacksonville 32257
Kenneth S Laflamme
10624 Turkey Scratch Ln
Jacksonville 32257
Perthone A Lamar JR
5026 Dallen Lea Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Charisse D Lamb
85 27th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Joe C Lamb
1247 16th StW 1
Jacksonville 32209
Helen V Lane
1656 32nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Jimmy Lane
2436 Rickenbacker St
Jacksonville 32209
Roy M Lane
7605 Owl Rd
Jacksonville 32219
Landon LaneyJR
1306 27th St E
Jacksonville 32206
James H Lang
5803 Marigold Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Ronald W Lang II
2153 Courtney Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Allen L Lanier
4623 Wrico Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Clinton A Lashley
3839 Packard Dr
Jacksonville 32246
Derek L Laster
2724 Acorn Park Dr N
Jacksonville 32218
Etiole A Laster
1745 Shelton Rd
Jacksonville 32211
Laquita V Lawhorn
4429 Trenton Dr S
Jacksonville 32209
Ben H Lawrence
857 Erie Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Freddie L Lawrence JR
8849 Old Kings Rd S
Jacksonville 32257
Hubert L Lawrence
6100 Arlington Exp #A105
Jacksonville 32211
Mary J Lawrence
11414 Bedford Oaks Dr
Jacksonville 32225
Quichavia S Lawson
130 33rd StW
Jacksonville 32206
Tana L Learn
8736 Bellrose Ave
Jacksonville 32244
Ronald T Leath SR
1642 Brook Forest Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Alex M Lee
7972 Denham Rd W
Jacksonville 32208
Bobbie R Lee
1021 Ardmore St
Jacksonville 32208
Herbert Lee
3247 Edgewood Ave W
Jacksonville 32209
Mark E Lee
2321 Bradford St
Jacksonville 32209
Pamela M Lee
4038 Lockhart Dr N
Jacksonville 32209
Paul D Lee SR
604 Phelps St
Jacksonville 32206
Willie F Lee JR
1114 Franklin St
Jacksonville 32206
Derwin R Lembrick
1609 32nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Michael V Lentz
6539 Townsend Rd #202
Jacksonville 32244
Roderick 0 Leon
12822 Haverford Rd E 2
Jacksonville 32218
Taveras SJ Leonard
3500 University Blvd N
Jacksonville 32277
Carl A Lester JR
1819 Grand St
Jacksonville 32208
Wanda D Leverett
1591 Lane Ave S 21C
Jacksonville 32210
David W levy
1242 32nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Kenneth A Levy
16005 Yogi Bear Ln
Jacksonville 32226
Annette E Lewis
5529 Bennington Dr

Jacksonville 32244

Benny Lewis JR
1706 Art Museum Dr #16
Jacksonville 32207
Carlo G Lewis
1129 Santiago Dr
Jacksonville 32221
Cecil B Lewis
675 Linwood Ave
Jacksonville 32206
Dorothy F Lewis
5128 Indian Lakes Ct 3
Jacksonville 32210
Jimmy L Lewis JR
3123 Dawson St
Jacksonville 32209
Kelly L Lewis
12053 Correa Ct
Jacksonville 32246
Michael J Lewis
10200 Belle Rive Blvd 430!
Jacksonville 32256
Pamela J Lewis
2847 Calumet Cir
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Paul R Lewis
8828 Free Ave
Jacksonville 32211
San Marco A Lewis
3544 St Johns Bluff Rd S
Jacksonville 32224
Sheldon D Lewis
2020 Buckman St
Jacksonville 32206
Steven G Lewis
1243 12th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Willie Lewis JR
701 Venus Mars Ct #B
Jacksonville 32209
Catherine 0 Libron
5415 Cleveland Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Jerry Lightner
1214 La Belle St 371
Jacksonville 32205
Elliot Lightsey JR
7350 Blanding Blvd #23
Jacksonville 32244
Rafael A Lindburgos
2901 Beachwood Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Cary D Linder
7800 Point Meadows Dr
Jacksonville 32256
Lonnie C Under III
10835 Natalie Ash Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Patrick 0 Under
5230 Shannon Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Lauralette Lindsey
415 7th Ave S
Jacksonville Beach 32250
William S Undsey
11510 Halethorpe Dr
Jacksonville 32223
Joshua S Ungebach
6813 Mother Goose Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Larry G Unville
1704 Pearl St N
Jacksonville 32206
Michael J Upford
3850 Freel Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Rose A Little
10409 Gailwood Cir E
Jacksonville 32218
Vonya U Little
2216 2nd StW 1
Jacksonville 32209
Phillip A Littlejohn
3224 Boulevard
Jacksonville 32206
Kenneth T Uvingston
851 Bert Rd #19
Jacksonville 32211
John 0 Uzzmore
2070 16th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Cheyanne D Loftus
7827 Glen Echo Rd N
Jacksonville 32211
Juanita E Logan
3024 Justina Rd #3
Jacksonville 32277
Stephen C Lomax
13578 Bamboo Dr
Jacksonville 32224
Jimmie L Long JR
6809 Cavalier Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Shawna K Long
8227 Dickie Dr
Jacksonville 32216
Henry W Longo
6539 Townsend Rd #201
Jacksonville 32244
Nicole L Lonon-Lewis
4133 Lorenzo Ct 4
Jacksonville 32208
David A Lopez
340 Silver Creek Cir #6
Jacksonville 32216
David P Lopez SR
8422 Wagenhals Rd
Jacksonville 32210
John L Love
1262 Woodruff Ave
Jacksonville 32205
Marvin C Love JR
5034 Commonwealth Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Reva S Love
1334 Hollyhock Cir E #B
Jacksonville 32211
Donta D Lowe SR

4823 Amos St
Jacksonville 32209
Willard L Lowndes
1344 19th StW
Jacksonville 32209

Tony M Lowry JR
34 58th St W
Jacksonville 32208
Richard G Ludlow
1441 ManotakAve 702
Jacksonville 32210
Rometric M Lumpkins
6457 Ft Caroline Rd #183
Jacksonville 32277
Jack E Lundy
951 Odessa Dr E
Jacksonville 32254
Tyrone A Lundy
7209 Irving Scott Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Alan L Lunsford SR
2300 Shull Dr
Jacksonville 32216
Charles F Luster
5 7114 Matthew St
Jacksonville 32210
Lamar Lyles
412 Phelps St
Jacksonville 32206
Clarence Lynch
237 21st St E
Jacksonville 32206
David S LynckerJR
3261 University Blvd N 13C
Jacksonville 32277
Vickie M Lyng
2315 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Barbara J Mack
1646 45th St W L164
Jacksonville 32208
Willie J Mack JR
1610 Derringer Rd
Jacksonville 32225
Leroy Macon JR
1043 Walnut St #3
Jacksonville 32206
Brannen C Madison
2063 Carl Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Noe Maldonado JR
3469 Docksider Dr N
Jacksonville 32257
Clayton S Malinit
807 Friendship Ln
Jacksonville 32225
Bruce A Mallory JR
5838 Hollyhock Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Mark G Malone
426 McDuff Ave S
Jacksonville 32254
John Manigault
5136 Paris Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Altwan D Manning
3247 Gilmore St
Jacksonville 32205
Thomas B Manning
826 Tammy Cove Ln
Jacksonville 32218
Edwin D Manucy SR
5436 Cliff St
Jacksonville 32205
Leonardo U Maples
2319 Palmdale St
Jacksonville 32208
Nicole L Markle
9013 Ft Caroline Rd
Jacksonville 32225
Anthony T Marrow
1119 Whitlock Ave
Jacksonville 32211
Edward Marshall SR
7205 Ken Knight Dr E
Jacksonville 32209
Faith S Marshall
5317 Archery Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Anita G Martin
7507 John F Kennedy Dr E
Jacksonville 32219
Charles R Martin
1118 Bridier St
Jacksonville 32206
Don E Martin
5035 Kimbrell Dr E
Jacksonville 32210
Howard W Martin
6140 George Wood Ln W
Jacksonville 32244
Jerry D Martin
913 Jackson Rd
Jacksonville 32225
Jesse J Martin III
1657 7th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Laticia D Martin
Jacksonville 32219
Rory D Martin
3212 Galilee Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Shatoya D Martin
6451 Paragon St
Jacksonville 32219
Solomon Martin
234 State St W
Jacksonville 32202
Stephanie L Martin
3629 Dillon St
Jacksonville 32254
Nicholas T Massey
1623 Logan St
Jacksonville 32209
Fred W Masters
5742 Richmond Rd
Jacksonville 32210
James E Matthews
8122 Village Gate Ct
Jacksonville 32217
Isaiah L Mattison
3018 Hubbard St
Jacksonville 32206
Greg LMattoxJR
1426 Logan St
Jacksonville 32209

Charles R Maxey
5334 Fremont St
Jacksonville 32210

Anthony G Maxwell JR
1030 25th StW 2
Jacksonville 32209
Michael L May
13135 Rivergate Trl E
Jacksonville 32223
Mychi M Maynor
1962 2nd StW 1
Jacksonville 32209
Keith L Mays
1814 Jefferson Rd
Jacksonville 32246
Stanley E Mays
10355 Marsh Hawk Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Natasha M Mazyck
1741 Buckman St
Jacksonville 32206
Shandrika M Mazyck
4229 Moncrief Rd W
Jacksonville 32209
Michael McBride
1650 Boulder St 1
Jacksonville 32207
Terry R McCart
8542 Lamanto Ave N
Jacksonville 32211
0 Anthony L McClain
7980 Jeff Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Antionisha D McClendon
2724 Division St
Jacksonville 32209
Antonisha McClendon
1802 25th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Terrence K McClendon
1242 Laura St N #7
Jacksonville 32206
Alberta A McCloud
361 Broward St
Jacksonville 32204
Eugene A McCloud JR
5050 Campanella Dr
Jacksonville 32209
James R McCloud
SR 3328 Dillon St
Jacksonville 32254
Matthew W McCloud
3079 16th StW
Jacksonville 32254
Melody L McCloud
1701 Lake Shore Blvd
Jacksonville 32210
Jessie L McCord
4229 Moncrief Rd #26
Jacksonville 32209
Cornel R McCormick SR
1490 32nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Cornel McCormick JR
7303 High Bluff Rd N
Jacksonville 32244
Michael R McCormick
5804 Abelia Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Cathartis ON McCoy
2571 Dellwood Ave
Jacksonville 32204
Cynthia L McCoy
7600 Old Plank Rd 60
Jacksonville 32220
Jenifer K McCoy
12306 Anarania Dr 55
Jacksonville 32220
Lawania S McCrae
7507 Beach Blvd 404
Jacksonville 32216
Andre V McCrary
3647 Freeman Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Johnny M McCray JR
1463 Spearing St
Jacksonville 32206
Julius M McCray
2117 Allandale CirW
Jacksonville 32254
Robert M McCray
3541 Bougainvillea St
Jacksonville 32254
Samuel McCray I
5451 Playa Way 3
Jacksonville 32211
Solomon M McCray
1886 4th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Vernard T McCray JR
728 Luna St
Jacksonville 32205
Vernard McCray
1602 12th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Jemeka M McCullough
1770 Starr St
Jacksonville 32209
Larry D McDaniel
4926 Donnybrook Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Angela C McDonald
12626 Quarterhorse Trl
Jacksonville 32223
Derrick J McDonald SR
1716 15th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Clifford L McDowell
3920 Laurie St
Jacksonville 32206
Cavaris D McDuffie
1550 30th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Timothy A McEldowney
5615 San Juan Ave
Jacksonville 32210
John C McFarland
3872 Cove St Johns Rd
Jacksonville 32277
Angelia A McGahee
9569 Joloru Dr Lot 93

Jacksonville 32210
James L McGee
10555 Ashby Rd
Jacksonville 32218

You are hereby notified that a final determination of your voter eligibility has been made, by the Duval County Supervisor of Elections in accordance to ES. 98.075(7).
Your name has been removed from the statewide voter registration system. Any voter, whose name has been removed from the statewide voter registration system, may
appeal that determination under the provisions of s. 98.0755. Any voter whose name was removed who subsequently becomes eligible to vote must reregister in order
to have his or her name restored to the statewide voter registration system. For further information or assistance, please contact the Supervisor of Elections Office at
105 E. Monroe St, Jacksonville, FL or call 904-630-1414.

105 E. Monroe Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202

October 14-20, 2010

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Jason C McGhee
9455 Spottswood Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Stephen J McGovern
1428 Brandemere Ct
Jacksonville 32211
Denay L McGowan
6462 Heckscher Dr
Jacksonville 32226
Donna L McGregor
7200 Powers Ave 254
Jacksonville 32217
Cornelius McGriff
1800 Edgewood Ave W
Jacksonville 32208
Larry D McGriff III
3190 Edgewood Ave W
Jacksonville 32209
Lester F McGriff JR
1416 32nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Orlando T McGuinnes
7923 Alderman Rd
Jacksonville 32211
Shameshia D Mcintosh
2343 Palmdale St
Jacksonville 32208
Donald W Mcintyre
1251 Kings Rd #13
Jacksonville 32204
Joseph McKay
6564 Paragon St
Jacksonville 32219
Darryl I McKeiver SR
1048 12th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Rex M McKennie
729 Lincoln Ct N
Jacksonville 32209
Gerald D McKenzie
900 Adams St W
Jacksonville 32204
Anthony L McKenzy
3501 Broadway Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Leopold D McKenzy
1937 Decottes St
Jacksonville 32209
Shawn A McKenzy
5003 Campanella Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Tanja M McKinney
888 Franklin St 315
Jacksonville 32206
Robert J McLaurn JR
1327 Eagle Cove Rd N
Jacksonville 32218
Thomas D McLean
10376 Old Plank Rd
Jacksonville 32220
Kathy D McLeod
9966 Sibbald Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Terrence R McMullen
5163 Seaboard Ave
Jacksonville 32210
James E McNairJR
5750 Tall Pine Ln # 2
Jacksonville 32277
Victoria D McNary
1111 Jackson St
Jacksonville 32204
Andrew C McNeal
1127 Walnut St
Jacksonville 32206
David McNeal JR
3120 Mell Ct
Jacksonville 32254
Gary E McNutt
1399 Murray Dr
Jacksonville 32205
Napoleon McRae
622 Union StW
Jacksonville 32202
Raymond McWhite
10713 Rutgers Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Angel M Mead
3852 Jones Rd
Jacksonville 32220
Michael H Meadows
12452 Swallowhawk Ct E
Jacksonville 32225
Lance Meeks
1665 9th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Richard T Mehrtens
6547 Lucente Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Gerald Menefee
4663 Fredericksburg Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Bruce W Mercer SR
2082 Navaho Ave
Jacksonville 32210
Paul A Mercer JR
11662 Stonebridge Dr N
Jacksonville 32223
Rodney J Mercer
7730 Manassas CtW
Jacksonville 32277
Michael D Merriwether
3830 Canal St
Jacksonville 32209
Vincent T Merriwether
2011 Betsy Dr
Jacksonville 32210
William H Meshell JR
105 Monroe St E
Jacksonville 32202
Edward N Meyers
5932 Christobel Ave
Jacksonville 32208
James P Michel
10201 Beaver StW
Lot 280
Jacksonville 32220
James L Middleton Ill
207 19th StW

Jacksonville 32206
Joseph C Millan
14262 Portulaca Ave S
Jacksonville 32224

Cynthia B Miller
2229 17th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Eddie B Miller
2164 Tuskegee Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Elisa D Miller
2108 Placeda St
Jacksonville 32209
Gregory A Miller
5015 Donnybrook Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Justin T Miller
2457 Larsen Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Markeen D Miller
6249 Claret Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Markum J Miller
4146 Spring Park Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Scott A Miller
2037 Mealy Ln
Atlantic Beach 32233
Sirdarius M Miller
1224 25th St W
Jacksonville 32209
Tawana M Miller
1032 24th St W
Jacksonville 32209
Wesley L Miller
2845 Ahmad Dr N
Jacksonville 32209
John F Mills
2058 Niblick Dr #105
Jacksonville 32210
L. Antwan Mills
7019 Mark St
Jacksonville 32210
Lenard D Mills
9818 Spottswood Rd W
Jacksonville 32208
Tony A Mills
945 Liberty St A-103
Jacksonville 32206
TommieJ Milner JR
1485 10th St W
Jacksonville 32209
Antonio J Milton
1717 22nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Clarence K Milton
401 Monument Rd #158
Jacksonville 32225
Hozae L Milton
105 36th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Angelina D Mims
507 Church St E
Jacksonville 32202
Latisha S Mims-Smith
8647 Ribbon Falls Ln
Jacksonville 32244
Rodney E Mincey
7055 Blanding Blvd
Jacksonville 32244
Willard L Mincey
1221 Bridier St
Jacksonville 32206
Billy R Mineer
2511 Kellow Cir
Jacksonville 32216
Antonio J Minnis
5601' Edenfield Rd 720
Jacksonville 32277
Anthoneshia Y Mitchell
1771 Cleveland St 2
Jacksonville 32209
Dennis J Mitchell
805 MacKinaw St
Jacksonville 32254
Frank E Mitchell
8060 Paul Jones Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Keneisha S Mitchell
4829 Moncrief Rd 14
Jacksonville 32209
Marisha M Mitchell
4130 Broad Creek Ln
Jacksonville 32218
Ronnie L Mitchell
6718 Rhode Island DrW
Jacksonville 32209
Sterling A Mitchell III
5861 105th St
Jacksonville 32244
Trevon M Mitchell
2914 Begonia Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Wesley D Mitchell
1622 Silver St
Jacksonville 32206
Christopher C Mixon
1507 Forest Hills Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Jacob Mixson III
2632 College St
Jacksonville 32204
Reginald B Mixson
1382 Brookwood Forest
Blvd #414
Jacksonville 32225
Errol V Mizell SR
6710 Collins Rd #615
Jacksonville 32244
Dorothea M Mizer
4434 Chasewood Dr
Jacksonville 32225
Melissa Mohr
225 Margaret St
Neptune Beach 32266
Thomas N Montague
7720 Dandy Ave
Jacksonville 32211
Tom MontsJR
2944 Corkwood Rd W
Jacksonville 32277
Michael A Moody
4118 Clearbrook Cove Rd
Jacksonville 32218

Jody H Mooney
119 45th St E #3208
Jacksonville 32208
Daniel Moore
5729 Redpoll Ave
Jacksonville 32219

Djiondrea L Moore
2229 17th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Ronterio A Moore
2126 Detroit St
Jacksonville 32254
Josh Morales
2349 Four Winds Dr
Jacksonville 32224
Brandon H Moran
13364 Beach Blvd 522
Jacksonville 32224
Dennis Moran
13468 Las Brisas Way
Jacksonville 32224
Gregory A Morgan
5534 Vernon Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Julius E Morgan
1054 13th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Keith L Morrell
2205 Courtney Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Mary R Morris
8859 Old Kings Rd S #107
Jacksonville 32257
Victor A Morris
5806 Hyde Grove Ave
Jacksonville 32210
Walter E Morrison JR
318 Laurina St
Jacksonville 32216
George B Moses
11574 Crystal River Ct
Jacksonville 32219
Lawrence T Mosley
234 State St W
Jacksonville 32202
Gregory R Muhammad
8067 Wilson Blvd
Jacksonville 32210
Sandra J Muller
4035 Harbor View Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Donald 0 MunceyJR
11110 Hawthorne St
Jacksonville 32218
Tommy L Murphy JR
11551 Summer Haven
Blvd N
Jacksonville 32258
Alfredia H Murray
1914 McMillan St
Jacksonville 32209
Charles Murray
13200 Old Kings Rd
Jacksonville 32219
Greylin L Murray
1062 Frazier St
Jacksonville 32209
Kenneth A Murray
11376 Rolling River Blvd
Jacksonville 32219
Kirsty K Murray
3430 Lowell Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Maurice A Murray
10920 Starwood Dr
Jacksonville 32256
TrivarnerT Mutcherson
5607 Poitier Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Eric L Myers
11341 Blossom Ridge Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Johnnas R Myers
7452 John F Kennedy Dr E
Jacksonville 32219
Randolph V Myers SR
3819 Henrietta St
Jacksonville 32209
Victor M Myers
10706 Merida Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Tina C Myhand
230 1st St E 806
Jacksonville 32206
Milton D Myles
3277 University Blvd N 150
Jacksonville 32277
Karon Y Myrick
7033 Alan Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Cesar C Napoles
3235 Prather Dr
Jacksonville 32216
Melissa A Neftleberg
3820 Losco Rd #410
Jacksonville 32257
Michael D Nelms
11074 Losco Junction Dr
Jacksonville 32257
Bernard A Nelson II
6354 Cherry Laurel Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Edward E Nelson
8126 Paul Jones Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Roosevelt S Nelson JR
1970 30th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Tommy J Nelson
2537 Springmont St
Jacksonville 32207
Dematria L Nero
388 King St
Jacksonville 32204
Berry A Nevitt
6919 Pitts Rd
Jacksonville 32219
Roy B Newbern
2028 Lordun Ter
Jacksonville 32207
Gary D Newberry
4518 Friden Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Tay Newman
3806 Millpoint Dr
Jacksonville 32257

Tina L Newsom
7680 103rd St #514
Jacksonville 32210
Albert R Newsome
2620 Commonwealth Ave
Jacksonville 32254

Kenneth D Newton
6017 Roosevelt Blvd #9
Jacksonville 32244
Nathan N Nichols SR
1646 45th StW F134
Jacksonville 32208
Michael R Nilsen
1120 Cedar St #D
Jacksonville 32207
David L Nimmons JR
5829 Jammes Rd
Jacksonville 32244
Adam M Nixon
4362 Flintshire Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Janaye L Nixon
2405 Westmont St
Jacksonville 32207
Terrance L Noisette
3037 Lansdell Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Javoris M Norman
9462 Devonshire Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Robert F Norman
215 Oliver St W
Baldwin 32234
Stephanie M Norman
1720 9Th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Ernest A Norris
6752 Diane Rd
Jacksonville 32277
Mark D Norris
7033 Ricker Rd
Jacksonville 32244
Keith L Norton
941 Liberty St #A212
Jacksonville 32206
Roy Nuekirk
5709 Boqueron Ct
Jacksonville 32219
Edward W Nye
13267 Grover Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Lee J 0 Neill
5291 Collins Rd #81
Jacksonville 32244
Kenneth W Oates
1841 Colby Ave
Jacksonville 32218
Craig I Odol
5026 Lincoln Cir N
Jacksonville 32209
Stephen L Oglesby
8975 Grampian Dr N
Jacksonville 32216
Anthony Oliver
1739 5th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Steven R Olswang
5874 La Moya Ave
Jacksonville 32210
Quantez L Oneal SR
3504 Acacia St
Jacksonville 32254
Sheena E ONeal
1757 Callahan St
Jacksonville 32207
Juan L Orta
9749 Cunningham Rd
Jacksonville 32246
Theresa M Ortega
519 Chestnut St
Jacksonville 32254
William Ortiz
7550 Proxima Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Tanya L Outlaw
11501 Harts Rd 401
Jacksonville 32218
Anthony J Owens
712 Meade St
Jacksonville 32208
James Owens
4230 Slone St
Jacksonville 32206
Johnny A Owens II
6426 Armco St
Jacksonville 32219
Jonathan T Owens
1634 9th StW 3
Jacksonville 32209
Lauren K Owens
6766 Yvonne Ln
Jacksonville 32216
Leslie C Owens
230 Bird Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Natosha D Owens
1741 Lilly Rd E
Jacksonville 32207
Shanekqua 0 Oyerinde
1021 Westbrook CirW
Jacksonville 32209
Surinder S Pabia
3000 1st St S
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Allen M Pace
338 Brookview Dr N
Jacksonville 32225
Brandon S Pafford
5024 Kerle St
Jacksonville 32205
Antrell M Palmer
104 King St 83
Jacksonville 32204
Christopher B Palmer
730 Trekker St
Jacksonville 32216
Fernando B Palmore
1352 Florida Ave
Jacksonville 32206
Harrie Pankey II
5020 Cleveland Rd #188
Jacksonville 32209
Anthony L Parker
4835 Astral St
Jacksonville 32205
Darling D Parker

10023 Belle Rive Blvd
Jacksonville 32256
Willie G Parker
10926 Key Coral Dr
Jacksonville 32218

Karruah K Parkinson
5020 Cleveland Rd #256
Jacksonville 32209
David E Parks
2600 Art Museum Dr 19
Jacksonville 32207
Ed Parks
1120 Hubbard St
Jacksonville 32206
Carlton H Parrish SR
10349 Elmhurst Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Franklin Parrish JR
1569 Breton Rd
Jacksonville 32208
John C Parrish
4649 Woolman Ave
Jacksonville 32205
Michael L Parrish
3144 Gladys St
Jacksonville 32209
Paul Parrish JR
4705 Lincrest Dr N
Jacksonville 32208
Robert L Paschal
1739 Melson Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Anthony J Patrick
7806 Caxton CirW
Jacksonville 32208
Cedrick T Patrick
2886 College St #2
Jacksonville 32205
Detreeka L Patterson
2155 12th StW 3
Jacksonville 32209
Ormetre T Patterson
1172 Claudia Spencer St
Jacksonville 32206
Nick C Paul
2329 Forest Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Timothy S Pavlakovich
6734 Alisma Ln
Jacksonville 32244
Jerrold L Payne
1560 Abe Ct
Jacksonville 0
James P Payton
3140 Cathedral Ln
Jacksonville 32277
Debra H Peak
10341 Jolynn CtW
Jacksonville 32225
Cory S Pech
2900 State Hy AlA
Atlantic Beach 32233
Brandon W Peebles
7794 Andes DR
Jacksonville 32244
Corinthia C Peeples
1806 5th St W
Jacksonville 32209
James B Peeples
15715 Tison Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Cedron N Pena
1926 Marquis Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Ernest L Pender
3064 Imperial St
Jacksonville 32254
Wellington A Penn
4249 Varner Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Zachery R Perdue
10894 Steeding Horse Dr
Jacksonville 32257
Byron S Perkins
5350 Arlington Exp 3907
Jacksonville 32211
Nicholas J Perkins
1861 Junior St
Jacksonville 32209
Diashawn Perry
1658 Kings Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Felecia D Perry
532 27th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Joanna T Perry
9653 Chutney Ct
Jacksonville 32221
Rondy Perry
1115 Edgewood Ave S
Jacksonville 32205
Steven J Perry
3416 Haines St
Jacksonville 32206
William A Perry
3776 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville 32207
Jerry W Perryman
4378 Forest Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Karla Perryman
2943 Spring Park Rd 908
Jacksonville 32207
Haresh Persaud
3519 Taylor St
Jacksonville 32207
Mitchell E Person
11500 Laguna Ct
Jacksonville 32218
Tyrone R Peterson
1804 Challenger CtW
Atlantic Beach 32233
Anthony M Petrosky
11531 Silk Oak Ln
Jacksonville 32223
Ronnie Pew
3025 Imperial St
Jacksonville 32254
Lakecia T Phelps
627 Beaver StW
Jacksonville 32202
Alan S Phillips
8001 Copperfield Cir N
Jacksonville 32244

Carlos M Phillips
8457 Herlong Rd
Jacksonville 32210

Charles W Phillips SR
230 1st St E 1005
Jacksonville 32206
David D Phillips
11060 River Creek Dr E
Jacksonville 32223
Jacob L Phillips
14002 Gossett St
Jacksonville 32218
Jarvis G Phillips
2025 Brackland St
Jacksonville 32206
Michael C Phillips
3770 Toledo Rd 110
Jacksonville 32217
Robert S Pickett
1614 Larue Ave 1
Jacksonville 32207
Dana C Pierce
6415 Cooper Ln
Jacksonville 32210
Kevin R Pierson
2949 Lowell Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Sabrina G Pikulski
11537 Wingate Rd N
Jacksonville 32218
Franklin R PinckneyJR
1795 Dot St
Jacksonville 32209
Timothy L Pinkney
7562 Calvin St
Jacksonville 32208
Christopher D Pirtle
12902 Silver Oak Dr
Jacksonville 32223
John A Pitchford
1347 13th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Joyce R Pittman
2781 Hyde Park Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Tommy L Pittman
1864 Kings Rd 330
Jacksonville 32209
Ralph E Pitts
4579 Colonial Ave
Jacksonville 32210
Zina D Pitts
7119 Altama Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Katrina A Poitier
3265 University Blvd N
Jacksonville 32277
Jamarr K Polite
4800 Atlantic Blvd 261
Jacksonville 32207
Todd M Polite
2165 Bunting Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Cedric R Pollard
7900 Baymeadows Cir E
Jacksonville 32256
Fredrick L Pollard
2769 Fitzgerald St
Jacksonville 32254
Helen L Pollen .
5800 University Blvd W
Jacksonville 32216
Pinicka N Ponder
633 Mandalay Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Roland E Ponder
5510 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Stacey M Poppell
3075 Snell St
Jacksonville 32218
Andre K Poquette
110 1st St
Neptune Beach 32266
Frederick 0 Porter
5608 Liston Rd
Jacksonville 32219
Rebecca A Porter
7304 Buffalo Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Robert L Porter SR
2551 Lewis St
Jacksonville 32204
Terrence E Porter
234 State St W
Jacksonville 32202
Eric D Potter
417 Liberty St 3
Jacksonville 32202
Brian Potts
1783 Daytona Ln
Jacksonville 32218
Steven T Pounders
7232 Lem Turner Cir
Jacksonville 32208
Thomas R Pratt
5920 Brice Ct
Jacksonville 32244
Talesha L Presley
1337 Rushing St
Jacksonville 32209
Donald M PressleyJR
1260 Lorento St
Jacksonville 32211
Alexander B Price JR
1470 23rd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Bennie L Price
1715 5th StW
Jacksonville 32209
David L Price
10201 Normandy Blvd 4
Jacksonville 32221
Stanley J Price JR
2637 College St
Jacksonville 32204
James E PrickettJR
2527 Clear Cir S
Jacksonville 32207
Odie C PriesterJR
1231 McConihe St#1

Jacksonville 32209
Anthony R Prince
1045 25th St W #3
Jacksonville 32209

Alice M Prindle
3030 15th StW
Jacksonville 32254
Louine Prophete
1814 Kings Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Mark A Pugh JR
1602 Golf Forest Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Lewis Quaintance
617 63rd St E
Jacksonville 32208
James A Quinn
426 Malcross Ave
Jacksonville 32208
BarryW Rabon
912 Jones Rd
Jacksonville 32220
Brandon P Rackley
833 Garfield St
Jacksonville 32209
Nicole L Rackley
1680 Fairfax St 1
Jacksonville 32209
Rachel Rackley
150 Cherokee St #1
Jacksonville 32254
John J Rahaim
2722 White Oak Ln
Jacksonville 32207
Timmeka R Rahim
2717 Van Gundy Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Reginald G Rainey
2549 Calvin St
Jacksonville 32204
Jaime C Ramirez
5954 Seaboard Ave
Jacksonville 32244
Richard H Ramsey
13762 Fanshowe Rd
Jacksonville 32224
Dejuan S Randolph
4809 Arrowsmith Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Jawauna S Randolph
1514 22nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Forrest M Ravy II
11001 Old St Augustine
Rd 1802
Jacksonville 32257
Johnnie M Ray
125 42nd StW
Jacksonville 32208
Deangelo S Redmon
1615 22nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Earl R Reese III
104 King St 70
Jacksonville 32204
Hollis L Reese
7119 Altama Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Kevin D Reese
6284 Firestone Rd
Jacksonville 32244
Gregory L Reeves
4238 Francis Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Wesley S Reeves
9718 Tiffany Ave
Jacksonville 32246
David M Regan
4330 Harbour Island Dr
Jacksonville 32225
Leslie V Register JR
9770 Banks Rd
Jacksonville 32246
Windlin J Register
1804 27th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Robert Reid JR
555 Odessa St
Jacksonville 32206
Todd D Resch
336 Goodwin St 6
Jacksonville 32204
Benjamin T Rew
6304 Smallwood Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Broward E Rewis II
9058 Rainbow Ln
Jacksonville 32220
Edward L Rhodes
1735 Bilodeau Ct
Jacksonville 32221
Stephanie G Rhodes
1175 28th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Jabbard R Rice
4815 Locksley Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Justin A Rice
2175 Placeda St
Jacksonville 32209
Wayne C Rich
746 Westbrook Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Eugene Richardson
2070 Holcroft Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Lydale R Richardson
6241 Peeples Ln
Jacksonville 32219
Pamela J Richardson
10342 Mayan Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Sellie Richardson
132 36th St W
Jacksonville 32206
Veronica M Richardson
5121 CatomaSt#5
Jacksonville 32210
Michael D Richey JR
5451 Chestnut Lake Dr
Jacksonville 32258
Kenneth E Rickerson
8526 Buckingham Rd
Jacksonville 32208

Craig A Ridley Crystal S Ross Helena M Scalese
8050 Arlington Exp #C406 1727 Townsend Blvd 4453 San Juan Ave
Jacksonville 32211 Jacksonville 32211 Jacksonville 32210
Joseph M Riggins Ernest L Ross Julie A Schafer
7327 Smyrna St 903 Brandywine St 1464 Seminole Rd
Jacksonville 32208 Jacksonville 32208 Atlantic Beach 32233
Steven M Riley SR Fredericko T Ross Linda M Scheafer
936 4th Ave N 1346 Agnes St 15745 Sears Rd
Jacksonville Beach 32250 Jacksonville 32208 Jacksonville 32218
Yvette Riley Gary R Roton Beau R Schipfer
426 McDuff Ave S 2969 Armstrong St 1022 Granville Rd
Jacksonville 32254 Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32205
Herbert P Rinderer 10960 Scott W Rowback Derick J Schleuning
Beach Blvd #626 5004 Redstone Dr 10135 Gate Pkwy N #101
Jacksonville 32246 Jacksonville 32210 Jacksonville 32246
Tracey M Ringer Tommy H Rowland Kent M Schofield
10649 Jorick Rd 12231 Duval Rd #1 2116 44th StW
Jacksonville 32225 Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32209
Adolfo J Rivera Bianca M Rowles Chariez M Scott
3817 Open Creek Ct 9645 Old Baymeadows Rd 8769 McGlothlin St
Jacksonville 32224 #704 Jacksonville 32210
Daniel R Rivera Jacksonville 32256 Curtis E Scott SR
4103 Skycrest Dr Ronald J Royal II 1557 26Th StW
Jacksonville 32246 621 Bird Rd Jacksonville 32209
Jose A Rivera Jacksonville 32218 Frederick L Scott
6750 Ramona Blvd #426 Harrison J Royster 1814 Liberty St
Jacksonville 32205 1212 1st St E #55 Jacksonville 32206
Carlton L Rivers SR Jacksonville 32206 Harry Scott
412 19th StW Rodney J Ruffin 105 Monroe St E
Jacksonville 32206 851 Bert Rd 30 Jacksonville 32202
Dena Y Rivers Jacksonville 32211 Jaron T Scott
1133 Busac Ave Ruby E Rumney 738 Westbrook Rd
Jacksonville 32205 825 Broxton St Jacksonville 32209
Rochelle Rivers Jacksonville 32208 Steven E Scott
1212 Barnett St Laura M Rush 2024 Grunthal St
Jacksonville 32209 16360 Waterville Rd Jacksonville 32209
Earnestine J Roberson Jacksonville 32226 Raevondalyn D Seabrook
10886 Bahia Dr Alieshia Russ 5339 Mays Dr
Jacksonville 32246 1646 45th St W #E228 Jacksonville 32209
Benjamin T Roberts Jacksonville 32208 Elaine M Seaward
321 4th Ave N B Gerald J Russ 3737 Loretto Rd 202
Jacksonville Beach 32250 2323 Janette St Jacksonville 32223
Curtis Roberts Jacksonville 32209 Wayne S Session
10324 Woodley Creek Rd W Charles W Russell SR 525 3rd Ave S
Jacksonville 32218 3302 Japonica Rd N Jacksonville Beach 32250
Demond L Roberts Jacksonville 32209 Allen B Setzler
2600 Art Museum Dr 120 Larry L Russell 2479 Doby St
Jacksonville 32207 1841 11th St W Jacksonville 32209
Keith C Roberts Jacksonville 32209 Yahya A Shabazz
2943 Spring Park Rd #208 Robell R Ryans 9420 Thomas Dukes Ct
Jacksonville 32207 140 Ravine St Jacksonville 32219
Levy Q Roberts Jacksonville 32206 Yahya Shakoor
1039 Palmetto St Wanda L Ryans 6455 Argyle Forest Blvd
Jacksonville 32206 140 Ravine St #1306
Shirlene D Roberts Jacksonville 32206 Jacksonville 32244
7411 Clinton St Leroy A Sabb JR Gerald N Sharp
Jacksonville 32208 2361 Gayland Rd 840 Bert Rd E130
Brady A Robinson Jacksonville 32218 Jacksonville 32211
3411 Kingston St Mark M Salmon Luther Shaw
Jacksonville 32254 6300 Arlington Exp #24 5338 Plymouth St
Earnest P Robinson JR Jacksonville 32211 Jacksonville 32205
7061 Old Kings Rd S 74 Lenora M Salter Erica L Sheering
Jacksonville 32217 3044 Walton St 1 1607 El Prado Rd #2
Erica Robinson Jacksonville 32207 Jacksonville 32216
98 Hollywood Ave Matthew M Sambrooks Angela A Shephard
Baldwin 32234 3601 Kernan Blvd S 2567 Red Robin Dr E
Gregory K Robinson Jacksonville 32224 Jacksonville 32210
5328 Dostie Dr S Kristen M Samford Edward D Shepherd
Jacksonville 32209 2650 Dupont Ave #2A 8532-Canton Dr.
Jacolby A Robinson Jacksonville 32217 Jacksonville 32221
2693 25th StW Justin A Sampson Joseph M Shepherd
Jacksonville 32209 7115 Esther St 2680 Cauley Ln
James E Robinson Jacksonville 32210 Jacksonville 32218
10415 Monaco Dr #44 Terrell R Sampson Amy C Sheppard
Jacksonville 32218 10263 Whispering Forest Dr 5567 Tyler Ave
Jermiel A Robinson #218 Jacksonville 32254
305 Washington St N Jacksonville 32257 Michael T Sherman
Jacksonville 32202 Louis P Samson 11146 Bradd Ave
Leroy Robinson 8207 Plummer Rd Jacksonville 32219
1424 State StW Jacksonville 32219 James Shin Paugh SR
Jacksonville 32209 Patrick L Samuel 5770 Brannon Ave 1
Malcolm J Robinson 8936 Greenleaf Rd Jacksonville 32244
7223 Linda Dr Jacksonville 32208 Aaron M Shipp
Jacksonville 32208 Eric 0 Sanchez 3750 Morning Glory Rd
Stephen D Robinson 10753 Kusaie Dr S Jacksonville 32210
4706 Samba Dr Jacksonville 32246 Cass W Shootes
Jacksonville 32210 Maria D Sanchez 1091 Seminole Ave
Tamika L Robinson 819 1st Ave S D Jacksonville 32254
2018 10th St W Jacksonville Beach 32250 Clyde F Shope JR
Jacksonville 32209 Anthony E Sanders SR 150 66th StW
William Robinson 2111Yulee St Jacksonville 32208
9718 Flechette Ave Jacksonville 32209 Andre T Shubert
Jacksonville 32208 Anthony R Sanders 211 41st StW
David R Robley 2144 40th St W Jacksonville 32206
6591 Alvin Rd Jacksonville 32209 Karissa A Shultz
Jacksonville 32222 Antonyo D Sanders 6355 Morse Ave #1804
Frederick J Rock III 7716 Lake Park Dr Jacksonville 32244
1506 16th StW Jacksonville 32208 Robert H Shuman
Jacksonville 32209 Eric L Sanders 13643 Coman Rd
Quandrick R Rodgers 12450 Biscayne Blvd Jacksonville 32218
6810 Perry St #411 Michael J Sidwell
Jacksonville 32208 Jacksonville 32218 8330 Pepperwood Dr
Sarah R Rodgers James E Sanders Jacksonville 32244
6455 Argyle Forest Blvd 5809 Poitier Dr William Sierra
#1424 Jacksonville 32209 9380 103rd St #139
Jacksonville 32244 Jamis L Sanders Jacksonville 32210
Irving A Rodriguez 3544 St Johns Bluff Rd S Andeina A Silas
809 Monument Rd #318 #903 216 46th St E
Jacksonville 32225 Jacksonville 32224 Jacksonville 32208
Antionne D Rogers Kenneth D Sanders Billie J Sills
3665 Jammes Rd 2920 Oakcove Ln 6131 105th St #303
Jacksonville 32210 Jacksonville 32277 Jacksonville 32244
Kevin Rogers Lorenza Sanders III Ginger H Silva
2741 Post St 5641 California Ave #713 2691 University Blvd N
Jacksonville 32205 Jacksonville 32244 #E102
Nathaniel R Rogers Lurea S Sanders Jacksonville 32211
1150 28th StW 1026 Mayfair Creek Ct Alexander J Silvers
Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32218 7960 103rd St 1008
Alfonso Rolax Solomon Sanders Jacksonville 32210
6639 Elwood Ave 3656 Morris Ave Antoine T Simmons
Jacksonville 32208 Jacksonville 32208 5287 Brighton Park Ln
Kenneth L Rolax Charles Sapp Jacksonville 32210
2001 Hodges Blvd 1104 1212 11th St E Calvin L Simmons
Jacksonville 32224 Jacksonville 32206 1662 Hiram St
Christopher B Rooney Dustin L Sapp Jacksonville 32209
5546 Shannon Ave 11418 Avery Dr Charletta B Simmons
lacksonville 32254 Jacksonville 32218 7887 MacDougall Dr
Virgilio A Rosario Joseph W Sarama Jacksonville 32244
1203 Don Quixote Cir 6324Yukon Rd Ivan L Simmons
lacksonville Beach 32250 Jacksonville 32244 305 Washington St N

Ysabel Rosas Dameron A Saunders Jacksonville 32202
410 Golfair Blvd 3129 Phyllis St Jeffery A Simmons
Jacksonville 32206 Jacksonville 32205 7901 118th St
Anthony Rose Calvin C Sayers Jacksonville 32244
1272 5th StW 1 6756 103rd St #27 Shaheed J Simmons
Jacksonville 32209 Jacksonville 32210 1523 24th St E
Jacksonville 32206

105 E. Monroe Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202

You are hereby notified that a final determination of your voter eligibility has been made, by the Duval County Supervisor of Elections in accordance to ES. 98.075(7).
Your name has been removed from the statewide voter registration system. Any voter, whose name has been removed from the statewide voter registration system, may
appeal that determination under the provisions of s. 98.0755. Any voter whose name was removed who subsequently becomes eligible to vote must reregister in order
to have his or her name restored to the statewide voter registration system. For further information or assistance, please contact the Supervisor of Elections Office at
105 E. Monroe St, Jacksonville, FL or call 904-630-1414.


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Shamicka D Simmons
5643 Holly Bell Dr #7
Jacksonville 32277
Antoine D Simms
1467 Logan St
Jacksonville 32209
Jeffrey L Simon
7946 Concord Cir
Jacksonville 32208
Kevin J Simpo
1835 Moseley St
Jacksonville 32207
Albert Simpson III
1235 5th StW 1235
Jacksonville 32209
Cheryl L Simpson
5910 Droad St
Jacksonville 32208
Jerry Simpson
5592 Bishop Cir
Jacksonville 32207
John H Simpson
489 Starratt Rd #46
Jacksonville 32218
Kyle N Sims
8430 Cross Timbers DrW
Jacksonville 32244
Andrew A Sinclair
3908 Brick Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Ricky A Singletary JR
3811 Nancy St
Jacksonville 32209
Herbert L Singleton
3535 Lenox Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Shawn B Singleton SR
1645 4th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Willie L Singleton
1658 Kings Rd #371
Jacksonville 32209
Avis B Sirmon
5355 New Kings Rd 3
Jacksonville 32209
Rayon Q Slaughter
5908 Lusaid Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Daniel L Sloan
2921 Fitzgerald St
Jacksonville 32254
Jeffrey B Sloan
5505 Old Middleburg Rd S
Jacksonville 32222
Robert N Sloan
15875 Sawpit Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Linwood J Small
8985 Normandy Blvd 280
Jacksonville 32221
Connell R Smalls
8608 2nd Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Cleveland Smart
149 Spring St
Jacksonville 32254
Nelson M Smedley
9745Touchton Rd 625
Jacksonville 32246
Adrian A Smith
12447 Biscayne Lake Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Albert R Smith
1185 16th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Carl D Smith
1433 30th St E 1
Jacksonville 32206
Darren E Smith
13726 Webb Rd
Jacksonville 32218
David B Smith SR
7713 India Ave #157
Jacksonville 32211
David C Smith
4343 Olde Pine Ln
Jacksonville 32217
David L Smith
843 Alderman Rd #724
Jacksonville 32211
David Smith
1231 Spearing St
Jacksonville 32206
Deon J Smith
6539 Townsend Rd #288
Jacksonville 32244
Irene T Smith
41 10th StW
Jacksonville 32206
James H Smith
1706 Art Museum DrA5
Jacksonville 32207
James J Smith
3054 Rayford St
Jacksonville 32205
Jermaine M Smith
6955 Miss Muffet Ln N
Jacksonville 32210
Jermaine R Smith
1131 PacettiSt
Jacksonville 32206
Jessica N Smith
1214 La Belle St 78
Jacksonville 32205
Jimmie L Smith
1591 Lane Ave S36S
Jacksonville 32210
John H Smith
1625 16th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Katina L Smith
3111 Captiva Bluff Rd N
Jacksonville 32226
Kelvin S Smith
9575 Amarante Cir 3
Jacksonville 32257
Kenneth A Smith
9013 Castle Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Larry D Smith SR
9008 6th Ave

Jacksonville 32208
Lisa A Smith
888 Franklin St 108
Jacksonville 32206

Michael J Smith
11322 Harts Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Michael N Smith JR
9536 Princeton
Square Blvd S #1694
Jacksonville 32256
Monquella E Smith
3066 1st St W
Jacksonville 32254
Patricia A Smith
840 Erie Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Phyllis E Smith
888 Franklin St #403
Jacksonville 32206
Reginald L Smith
3629 Ardisia Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Shatamara L Smith
2115 Doctor Roy Baker
St 2C
Jacksonville 32209
Tamara M Smith
1585 16th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Taneisha L Smith
2319 Janette St
Jacksonville 32209
Timothy L Smith
426 McDuff Ave S
Jacksonville 32254
Tina M Smith
8226 Spencers Trace Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Tracie N Smith
3112 5th StW
Jacksonville 32254
Tramaine E Smith
6063 Maggies Cir #111
Jacksonville 32244
Tyra D Smith
611 Adams St E
Jacksonville 32202
Tyron W Smith
5963 John F Kennedy
Jacksonville 32219
Vincent L Smith JR
11533 Harlan Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Willie 0 Smith
1717 17th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Winona L Smith
1405 Detroit St
Jacksonville 32254
Xavier A Smith
6901 Van Gundy Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Alvin N Smothers II
2573 Kenwood Dr E
Jacksonville 32210
Glenn V Snapp
2370 1st Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Rondle L Snodgrass JR
6812 Lenox Ave
Jacksonville 32205
Gerald M Sohn
4915 Baymeadows Rd 8D
Jacksonville 32217
Kirby R Solomon
1465 24th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Timothy J Solomon
1326 6th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Smirna J Soto
9380 103rd St #Lot 82
Jacksonville 32210
Justin M Sowers
1637 Upper 4th Ave N
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Michael S Spears
6812 Daughtry Blvd S
Jacksonville 32210
Nathaniel H Spears JR
6063 Terry Parker Dr N
Jacksonville 32211
Staci Spell
133 MacHelle Dr
Jacksonville 32220
Debra A Spence
629 Lincoln Ct S
Jacksonville 32209
Cassandra N Spencer
1646 45th St W 247
Jacksonville 32208
Letisha D Spencer
3218 Terrace Ave
Jacksonville 32206
Bryan W Spicer SR
489 Starratt Rd 203
Jacksonville 32218
Leon Spikes JR
3505 Mecasin St
Jacksonville 32254
Mattie P Spikes
11578 Dunes Way DrN
Jacksonville 32225
Michael P Spivey
4401 Lola Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Larry D Stacey SR
1046 Winthrop St
Jacksonville 32206
Eugene Stacy
1046 Winthrop St
Jacksonville 32206
James Stafford
1651 19th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Brian J Stamper
7308 Smyrna St #2
Jacksonville 32208
Lori L Stanford
2900 Coronet Ln 401
Jacksonville 32207
Cherokee L Starbuck
4367 Collins Rd #B

Jacksonville 32073
Roy A Stark
715 7th Ave N
Jacksonville Beach 32250

Jason 0 Starks
2419 Broadway Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Nicole J Staton
325 Duval StW 312
Jacksonville 32202
William B Stebbins
1275 Sunray Ct
Jacksonville 32218
Arthur J Stephens
3263 Fitzgerald St
Jacksonville 32254
Hollie N Stephens
7904 India Ave
Jacksonville 32211
Kerry L Stephens
1357 Azalea Dr
Jacksonville 32205
Timothy W Stephens
2000 Starratt Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Trent A Stevens
1373 Van Buren St
Jacksonville 32206
Harold D Stevenson
1706 Art Museum Dr
Jacksonville 32207
Keith P Stevenson
1411 Palm Ave
Jacksonville 32207
Billy J Steward
9013 India Ave
Jacksonville 32211
Coretta D Stewart
2132 Brackland St
Jacksonville 32206
Derrick L Stewart
1932 25th St W
Jacksonville 32209
Garanette S Stewart
3154 12th StW
Jacksonville 32254
Clenetta Stokes
811 16th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Eric B Stokes
7860 Georgia Jack Dr N
Jacksonville 32244
Nova M Storch
4114 Hudnall Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Carlos B Strickland
869 Poydras Ln N
Jacksonville 32218
Jerry D Strickland
888 Bridier St #B2-01
Jacksonville 32206
Walter F Strickland
650 Edgewood Ave W
Jacksonville 32208
William A Strickland
11573 Simmons Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Leroy K Stroman JR
3636 Hunt St
Jacksonville 32254
Antonio S Strong
4830 Donnybrook Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Carter W Strother
8151 La Marne Dr
Jacksonville 32221
William R Strubbe JR
5035 Jammes Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Carol L Stubbs
5566 Longspur Ct
Jacksonville 32219
Willie F Stuckey
617 44th StW 186
Jacksonville 32208
Christopher D Study
4631 Magill Rd
Jacksonville 32219
Joseph P Suggs JR
1522 23rd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Brenda M Sullivan
12511 Fallohide Ln
Jacksonville 32225
David D Sullivan
2075 13th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Shelly E Sullivan
10071 Allene Rd
Jacksonville 32219
Jean Sully
1614 Union StW
Jacksonville 32209
Larry Sumlar
1682 Palmdale St
Jacksonville 32208
Tavares L Sumlar
1682 Palmdale St
Jacksonville 32208
Tyrone A Summerall SR
2079 Wright Ave
Jacksonville 32207
John C Summers
224 Leatherleaf Dr
Jacksonville 32225
Ronney J Sumner
2119 Hilltop Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Mark Surowiecz
5035 Main St N 52
Jacksonville 32206
Robert V Surrency III
1706 Art Museum Dr#17
Jacksonville 32207
David J Sutherland
14517 Pablo Ter
Jacksonville 32224
Anthony R Sutton
1977 Lambert St
Jacksonville 32206
Lori A Sutton
8655 Marietta Meadows Ct
Jacksonville 32220
Reginald R Sutton

9428 Scadlocke Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Jeremy A Swain
9116 6th Ave
Jacksonville 32208

Donald Sykes
2503 McMillan St
Jacksonville 32209
Erika D Sykes
3530 Almeda St
Jacksonville 32209
Michael J Szymanski
1809 12th Ave N
Jacksonville Beach
Ashley A Tallaksen
12050 Kevin Allen Ln
Jacksonville 32219
David W Talley
4526 Jones Rd
Jacksonville 32219
Bryan J Taylor
5410 Golfbrook Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Cydtrinia A Taylor
9204 Altamont Ave W
Jacksonville 32208
Daniel H Taylor
2137 45th StW
Jacksonville 32209
George W Taylor III
8954 4th Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Gerald TTaylor
2912 12th StW
Jacksonville 32254
Kathy R Taylor
1658 Kings Rd #240
Jacksonville 32209
Kristi N Taylor
1750 Powhattan St
Jacksonville 32209
Lekendrick S Taylor
3521 Hampton Cove Ct
Jacksonville 32225

Leo Taylor
5526 Moncrief Rd W
Jacksonville 32219
Mayola S Taylor
1330 Barnett St #1
Jacksonville 32209
Velinda E Taylor
2802 Neptune Ave
Jacksonville 32206
Kathy A Telfair
2203 13th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Stephen W Templeton JR
3886 Hunters Lake CirW
Jacksonville 32210
Anthony W Terry JR
11990 Beach Blvd 93
Jacksonville 32246
Andre LThomas
8787 Southside Blvd
Jacksonville 32256
Anthony J Thomas JR
1337 Marsh Hen Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Clevland TThomas
1049 Scriven St
Jacksonville 32209
Connell R Thomas
7938 Longspur Ave
Jacksonville 32219
Daniel F Thomas
410 Hamlet Rd
Jacksonville 32221
Darlene LThomas
7224 Bailey Ct
Jacksonville 32209
Darnell Thomas
10770 Anders Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Douglas P Thomas SR
1226 Skye DrW
Jacksonville 32221
Edward E Thomas
10558 Dodd Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Elisha Thomas
1142 Franklin St
Jacksonville 32206
Gary LThomas
1049 Bluehill Dr N
Jacksonville 32218
Hanson C Thomas
3323 Bergen St
Jacksonville 32254
Isaac Thomas
1230 7th St E #4
Jacksonville 32206
James C Thomas
JR 1998 30th StW
Jacksonville 32209
James R Thomas
8941 4th Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Janelle Thomas
1228 Lake Forest Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Keisha DThomas
2167 Sessions Ln
Jacksonville 32207
Leon W Thomas JR
2122 Forest Hills Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Michael LThomas JR
5749 Teeler Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Peter J Thomas
2566 Broadway Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Regina LThomas
5838 Yellow Pine Ct 2
Jacksonville 32277
Ruby M Thomas
10770 Anders Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Ruby Thomas
1992 McQuade St
Jacksonville 32209

Solomon U Thomas
25 27th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Trina Thomas
9442 Norfolk Blvd
Jacksonville 32208

Willie Thomas
1526 15th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Belinda M Thompson
7844 Gordean Rd
Jacksonville 32221
Elijah A Thompson
5850 Ellakel Rd
Jacksonville 32208
John D Thompson
748 Amberjack Ln
Atlantic Beach 32233
Joseph W Thompson
7920 Merrill Rd 1602
Jacksonville 32277
Lawrence EThompson
708 Mackinaw St
Jacksonville 32254
Micheal LThompson
1278 Lake Shore Blvd
Jacksonville 32205
Shawn KThompson
4292 Loys Dr
Jacksonville 32246
Timothy J Thompson
10736 Arnez Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Tonya B Thompson
3918 Burning Leaf Ct
Jacksonville 32246
Alexander F Thomson-
2479 Egrets Glade Dr
Jacksonville 32224
Brian A Thorbs
1418 Manotak Point Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Todd D Thornton
2151 Tuskegee Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Dereck J Thorpe
1423 Manotak Point Dr
# 106
Jacksonville 32210
Glenn A Thrower
349 47th St E
Jacksonville 32208
Johnnie LTimmons
1910 27th St E
Jacksonville 32206
1027 Montego Bay Dr S
Jacksonville 32218
William TTinsley
5431 Ft Caroline Rd
Jacksonville 32277
Miguel A Tirado JR
4088 Barnes Rd #802
Jacksonville 32207
Chevis TTobe
5736 Enchanted Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Dontae A Tolbert
989 Monument Rd 921
Jacksonville 32225
Isaial W Tolbert
7925 Merrill Rd
Jacksonville 32277
Leroy D Toliver
1326 Myrtle Ave N
Jacksonville 32209
Lindsey Tompkins
5020 Cleveland Rd #232
Jacksonville 32209
Tommy A Tompkins JR
2943 Commonwealth Ave
Jacksonville 32254
William C Tompkins
5516 Stanford Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Alan LTorgerson
7632 Southside Blvd #94
Jacksonville 32256
Evelyn C Torres
999 Cabo Blanco Ave E
Atlantic Beach 32233
Larry Towns
921 Allison St
Jacksonville 32254
Valerine V Towns
12450 Biscayne Blvd 101
Jacksonville 32218
Anthony P Townsel
11375 Weeden Island Way
Jacksonville 32225
Freddie L Townsend
743 Spearing St
Jacksonville 32202
Ivy T Townsend
2842 4th St W
Jacksonville 32254
James LTownsend JR
9094 Hawkeye Dr
Jacksonville 32221
Johnny Townsend
1758 30th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Wayne TTownsend
823 Acorn St
Jacksonville 32209
Isiah B Towson
4615 Friden Dr
Jacksonville 32209
Shirley TTraina
4525 Kennedy Ct
Jacksonville 32207
Charles CTrester
1852 Burkholder CirW
Jacksonville 32216
Allen LTripp
11291 Harts Rd 1315
Jacksonville 32218
James TTroupe
7138 San Souci Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Bernard M Troutman
11759 Mallard Ln
Jacksonville 32218
Donald A Trowell
8126 Paul Jones Dr

Jacksonville 32208
Christopher L Trulock
5209 Penn Cir
Jacksonville 32207

Bryan KTucker
3177 Loretto Rd
Jacksonville 32223
George Tucker JR
1470 26th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Jeremy TTucker
11444 John Dory Way
Jacksonville 32223
Sam W Tumlin
840 Bert Rd #E-R9
Jacksonville 32211
Jason DTunsil
3780 University Blvd N
Jacksonville 32277
Edward LTurner SR
1539 19th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Freddie J Turner
1591 Lane Ave S #106G
Jacksonville 32210
Ronnie D Turner
2288 Clemente Dr
Jacksonville 32204
Shelia A Turner
1825 6th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Viginia M Turner
3402 Mecca St
Jacksonville 32209
Harry J Tuttle III
8508 Hare Ave
Jacksonville 32211
Michael J Tyler
4565 Crescent St
Jacksonville 32205
Cherokee C Tyson
4434 Key Largo Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Jon C Tyson
2124 Burgoyne Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Jeffrey A Utech
8003 Hilsdale Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Ramon L Valentine
8126 Fort Chiswell Trl
Jacksonville 32244
Rodney LVance II
7991 Helston Dr
Jacksonville 32208
David J Vangorder
4326 Melissa CtW
Jacksonville 32210
Ramon Vargas
6354 Solandra Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Sharidyn M Vaughan
6302 Pinelock Dr
Jacksonville 32211
Jason E Vaught
1591 Lane Ave S 12S
Jacksonville 32210
Rochester Vick
437 24th StW
Jacksonville 32206
Anthony PVieira III
10505 Burris Dr
Jacksonville 32225
Janice M Vincent
3419 Bridier St
Jacksonville 32206
Gary J Vogler JR
1831 Willesdon DrW
Jacksonville 32246
Candace R Waddell
8018 Harding Ave
Jacksonville 32219
Kareem M Waddell
2929 Justina Rd
Jacksonville 32277
Rufus W Waddell
3723 Eve DrW
Jacksonville 32246
Reginald C Wade
2011 Tuskegee Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Tommie Wade
7521 Habersham Cir S #1
Jacksonville 32216
Angela M Wagner
1729 Le Bois Dr
Jacksonville 32221
Lakwan L Wagner
9753 Waynesboro Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Reginald D Waiters
9430 Norfolk Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
James A Wakefield
1852 Burkholder CirW
Jacksonville 32216
Richard 0 Walden
412 Broward Rd
Jacksonville 32218
DarrellL Walker
3289 University Blvd N
Jacksonville 32277
Earl A Walker
611 Adams St E
Jacksonville 32202
Eric B Walker
2162 Monteau Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Gloria A Walker
2623 Emily Dr
Jacksonville 32216
James N Walker
4216 Homer Rd N
Jacksonville 32209
Joe E Walker III
1985 Hardee St
Jacksonville 32209
Laqvenda M Walker
10759 San Antonio Ct
Jacksonville 32246
Lawrence Walker
3748 Hamlin Ave
Jacksonville 32207

Norman J Walker
5752 Teeler Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Richard S Walker
3149 Brougham Ave
Jacksonville 32246

Ricky E Walker
5601 Edenfield Rd
1101 Jack-
sonville 32277
Tavares R Walker SR
2345 Gayland Rd
Jacksonville 32218
Michael F Wallace
5523 Wilmin Way
Jacksonville 32207
Timothy B Wallace
3830 Canal St
Jacksonville 32209
Mildred D Walls
5570 Connie Jean Rd
Lot 60
Jacksonville 32222
Christina P Walters
8015 Berry Ave
Jacksonville 32211
Freddie LWalthourJR
2142 Gilmore St
Jacksonville 32204
Earl V Walton SR
1801 Kernan Blvd S
Jacksonville 32246
Perryn R Walton
6748 Watoma St
Jacksonville 32210
Alven B Ward
3029 9th StW
Jacksonville 32254
Andrea L Ward
1743 Shadowood Ln
Jacksonville 32207
Dameon Ward
49 43rd StW
Jacksonville 32208
Kenneth M Ward
5316 Spring Grove Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Natalie A Ward
5151 Heckscher Dr
Jacksonville 32226
Andre D Ware
2280 Sherrington St
Jacksonville 32209
Catherine L Warner
13221 Peaceful Rd
Jacksonville 32226
Dennis W Warner
4790 Cinnamon Fern Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Jamie E Warren
117 Magnolia Ave
Jacksonville 32218
Vickie M Warthen
1320 Broad St
Jacksonville 32202
Wilbert Warthen
6129 Toyota Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Alexander E Washington
3927 Kelly St
Jacksonville 32207
Andre R Washington
3358 College St
Jacksonville 32205
Billy LWashington SR
7120 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville 32219
Cedric V Washington
1205 Market St N #3
Jacksonville 32206
Daniel A Washington
2746 Dellwood Ave
Jacksonville 32205
Jerry L Washington
1639 Griflet Rd
Jacksonville 32211
Linda V Washington
611 Adams St E 38
Jacksonville 32202
Steward E Washington III
3819 Gladys St
Jacksonville 32209
Veleka D Washington
12171 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville 32246
Antione R Waters
6410 Ledbury Dr S
Jacksonville 32210
Geanine L Waters
5135 Seaboard Ave
Jacksonville 32210
Peter A Waters
7932 Dale Ct
Jacksonville 32208
Chris Watkins
1890 McGirts Point Blvd
Jacksonville 32221
Earl Watkins
1484 15th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Rena T Watkins
1932 18th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Sherri R Watkins
6055 Elmgrove Ave #9
Jacksonville 32244
Tina N Watkins
3227 Brentwood Blvd
Jacksonville 32206
Willie J Watkins
2734 Bartley Cir
Jacksonville 32207
Pamela Watson
1487 7th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Willie B Watson
4612 Ken Knight Dr N
Jacksonville 32209
Basil T Watts
900 Bridier St
Jacksonville 32206
Charles T Watts
1272 22nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Fred L Watts

1111 Crestdale St
Jacksonville 32211

Thaddius A Way
1081 Reiman St
Jacksonville 32209
Robin L Weaver
1175 26th StW #9
Jacksonville 32209
Henry EWebb JR
8063 Denham Rd E
Jacksonville 32208
Duane R Wedington
6607 Rhone Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Demarcus R Weeks
2550 Lewis St
Jacksonville 32204
Melanie Welch
6457 Ft Caroline Rd
Jacksonville 32277
Maurice Welfare
12021 Mccormick Rd v802
Jacksonville 32225
Leonard L Wells
1595 36th StW #5
Jacksonville 32209
Rick A Wells
1222 Ida ST
Jacksonville 32208
Tyrone M Wells SR
5974 Martin L King Dr
Jacksonville 32219
Andrew J West
5681 Edenfield Rd 710
Jacksonville 32277
Bridgette N West
8460 Helen Ter
Jacksonville 32210
Lance LWest
3871 Freeman Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Edward A Westberry
7544 Sharbeth Dr S
Jacksonville 32210
Jimmie A Wester
3204 Kline Rd E
Jacksonville 32246
Brian S Wetmore
12038 Cancun Dr
Jacksonville 32225
Anthony L Whaley JR
2958 Warrington St
Jacksonville 32254
Rishion C Whaley
10621 Monaco Dr #45
Jacksonville 32218
Shannon M Whaley
8019 Jones Rd
Jacksonville 32219
Joshua K Whitaker
223 Lane Ave S
Jacksonville 32254
Garrett W White
7938 Lake Park Ct
Jacksonville 32208
Gregory M White
218.16th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Harrell L White
2017 4th StW
Jacksonville 32209
James L White
2354 Brian Lakes Dr E
Jacksonville 32221
Joshua A White
2143 Betsy Dr
Jacksonville 32210
Kimberly L White
3577 Brentwood Ave
Jacksonville 32206
Richard L White
8069 Triumph Ln S
Jacksonville 32244
Latricia LWhitehead
1591 Lane Ave S 36S
Jacksonville 32210
James Whitfield
6917 Cartier Cir
Jacksonville 32208
Jerry A Whiting JR
8090 Atlantic Blvd #E162
Jacksonville 32211
Emari LWilcher
5928 Firestone Rd #167
Jacksonville 32244
Temario D Wiley
7635 Praver Dr E
Jacksonville 32217
Paul C Wilkerson
5001 Phillips Hwy
Jacksonville 32207
Lorenzo J Wilkes
1358 Eagle Cove Rd S
Jacksonville 32218
Andrew C Wilkie
2325 College St
Jacksonville 32204
Jason A Wilkinson
1723 Estancia Ave #228
Jacksonville 32221
Malcolm B William
3313 Dillon St
Jacksonville 32254
Aaron S Williams
1315 Stafford St
Jacksonville 32209
Annie L Williams
887 Franklin St 104
Jacksonville 32206
Audrey Y Williams
3730 Lydia Estates Dr N
Jacksonville 32218
Bobby L Williams JR
10970 Lem Turner Rd 401
Jacksonville 32218
Bruce A Williams
5531 Sunny Acres Dr E
Jacksonville 32209
Bruce A Williams JR
2908 Lenox Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Charles L Williams

7216 Rhode Island Dr E
Jacksonville 32209
Christopher L Williams
9229 12th Ave
Jacksonville 32208

Clifford Y Williams
9684 Villiers Dr N
Jacksonville 32221
Cornelius F Williams
51 2nd StW
Jacksonville 32206
Daniel J Williams
115 3rd ST S 307
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Daviata A Williams
887 Franklin St C128
Jacksonville 32206
David Williams
3507 Ardisia Rd
Jacksonville 32209
Demond R Williams
1455 Florida Ave
Jacksonville 32206
Diane M Williams
1031 Liberty St
Jacksonville 32206
Dorothy J Williams
1534 Morgan St #1
Jacksonville 32209
Eddie W Williams
4062 Sherman Hills Pkwy W
Jacksonville 32210
Elijah K Williams
11247 San Jose Blvd 1508
Jacksonville 32223
Ernest Williams
1865 Junior St
Jacksonville 32209
Eugene A Williams
1755 San Marco Blvd 1
Jacksonville 32207
Evancia L Williams
4800 Atlantic Blvd
Jacksonville 32207
Fred Williams
7535 Ginger Tea Trl W
Jacksonville 32244
Georgia A Williams
7147 Old Kings Rd S #89
Jacksonville 32217
Geraldine M Williams
8151 Alderman Rd 811
Jacksonville 32211
Harold G Williams IV
840 Golfair Blvd #7
Jacksonville 32209
Iris A Williams
10525 Monaco Dr #168
Jacksonville 32218
Jacoby M Williams
9142 Sibbald Rd
Jacksonville 32208
James LWilliams
2940 Rhonda Rd
Jacksonville 32254
James L Williams IV
6710 Hema Rd
Jacksonville 32209
James Williams
2506 Jammes Rd
Jacksonville 32210
Jermaine D Williams
1751 Hiram St
Jacksonville 32209
Jerome S Williams
6041 John F Kennedy Dr N
Jacksonville 32219
Jesse B Williams
1337 20th StW
Jacksonville 32209
John C Williams II
611 Adams St E
Jacksonville 32202
Johnny E Williams II
3528 Glen St
Jacksonville 32254
Justin W Williams
8603 Davis Rd #3
Jacksonville 32219
Kelvin A Williams
1027 Lake Forest Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Kenneth LWilliams
1472 30th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Kristopher X Williams
12250 Atlantic Blvd
Jacksonville 32225
Lamar Williams
5213 Beaver StW
Jacksonville 32254
Larry L Williams
4022 Lockhart Dr N
Jacksonville 32209
Lashuna B Williams
7201 Arlington Exp
Jacksonville 32211
Leonard T Williams
4625 Lincrest Dr S
Jacksonville 32208
Leroy M Williams
105 Monroe St E
Jacksonville 32202
Leroy Williams JR
1174 6th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Malcolm J Williams
6685 Salt Pond Ct
Jacksonville 32219
Mark A Williams
753 Crestwood St
Jacksonville 32208
Markaz D Williams
4624 Moncrief Rd #7
Jacksonville 32209
Marshall J Williams
1115 McDuffAve SB
Jacksonville 32205
Mary A Williams
105 Monroe St E
Jacksonville 32202
Maureen R Williams
5928 Firestone Rd 274
Jacksonville 32244
Michael D Williams

9380 103rd St 77
Jacksonville 32210
Michael S Williams
6710 Hema Rd
Jacksonville 32209

Nancy I Williams
2927 16th StW
Jacksonville 32254
Nigera B Williams
1039 MacKinaw St
Jacksonville 32254
Regina Williams
5946 Chevy Dr
Jacksonville 32216
Robert L Williams
825 Oakley St
Jacksonville 32202
Robin D Williams
7062 Wakefield Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Rodney D Williams
9258 Sibbald Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Roger Williams JR
3052 5th St W
Jacksonville 32254
Ronald J Williams
3203 Post St 1
Jacksonville 32205
SandrenerY Williams
4915 Mississippi Ct
Jacksonville 32209
Sheena L Williams
850 Bunker Hill Blvd
Jacksonville 32208
Toney Williams
10023 Belle Rive Blvd
Jacksonville 32256
Travis A Williams
2726 Merwyn Rd
Jacksonville 32207
Valerie E Williams
3416 Lee St N #2
Jacksonville 32209
Victor R Williams
6710 Collins Rd #818
Jacksonville 32244
VincentT Williams
8753 Fieldside Dr S
Jacksonville 32244
Walter J Williams
1550 28th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Willie C Williams JR
2539 Lantana Ave
Jacksonville 32209
Julie R Williamson
11423 Kittrell Ln
Jacksonville 32220
Kevin T Williamson
1259 McDuff Ave S
Jacksonville 32205
Clyde P Willis JR
11937 Arbor Lake Dr
Jacksonville 32225
Terence P Willis
641 Fern St
Jacksonville 32206
Anthony E Wilson
1005 14th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Bernard R Wilson
922 Nelson St
Jacksonville 32205
Christina A Wilson
9452 Thorn Glen Rd
Jacksonville 32208
Earl B Wilson
3465 Phillips Hwy #508
Jacksonville 32207
238 18th St E
Jacksonville 32206
Katina L Wilson
743 Owen Ave
Jacksonville 32205
Kenneth P Wilson
8630 Howell Dr
Jacksonville 32208
Michael D Wilson
1824 22nd St E
Jacksonville 32206
Percy Wilson
1594 32nd StW
Jacksonville 32209
Reginald S Wilson
8985 Normandy Blvd
Jacksonville 32221
Warren S Wilson
4935 Doncaster Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Zebedee Wilson JR
8045 Waxwing Ave
Jacksonville 32219
Kimberly L Wimberly
3047 1st St W
Jacksonville 32254
Ricky Wims
5141 Cain Ln
Jacksonville 32254
Alexandria P Wise
2544 Wylene St
Jacksonville 32209
Thomas P Wishart
8315 Pepperwood Dr
Jacksonville 32244
Charles A Wisneski
7734 McCowan Dr
Jacksonville 32244
James B Withers
7938 Mariner St
Jacksonville 32220
Daniel LWood
5068 Kingsbury St
Jacksonville 32205
Grady Woodard
1517 19th StE
Jacksonville 32206
Johnny L Woodard SR
741 Lincoln Ct N
Jacksonville 32209
Randolph Woodard
1622 Silver St
Jacksonville 32206
Richard L Woodard

1342 Clark St
Jacksonville 32206
Lekeian D Woods
10920 Starwood Dr
Jacksonville 32256

You are hereby notified that a final determination of your voter eligibility has been made, by the Duval County Supervisor of Elections in accordance to ES. 98.075(7).
Your name has been removed from the statewide voter registration system. Any voter, whose name has been removed from the statewide voter registration system, may
appeal that determination under the provisions of s. 98.0755. Any voter whose name was removed who subsequently becomes eligible to vote must reregister in order
to have his or her name restored to the statewide voter registration system. For further information or assistance, please contact the Supervisor of Elections Office at
105 E. Monroe St, Jacksonville, FL or call 904-630-1414.

105 E. Monroe Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202

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October 14-20.~~~~~~ 200M.PrysFe rs ae7

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GENERAL ELECTION November 2,2010

NO. 1
Repeal of Public Campaign Financing Re-
Proposing the repeal of the provision in the
state constitution that requires public financ-
ing of campaigns of candidates for elective
statewide office who agree to campaign
spending limits.

Homestead Ad Valorem Tax Credit For De-
ployed Military Personnel
Proposing an amendment to the State Con-
stitution to require the Legislature to provide
an additional homestead property tax exemp-
tion by law for members of the United States
military or military reserves, the United States
Coast Guard or its reserves, or the Florida Na-
tional Guard who receive a homestead exemp-
tion and were deployed in the previous year
on active duty outside the continental United
States, Alaska, or Hawaii in support of military
operations designated by the Legislature.
The exempt amount will be based upon the
number of days in the previous calendar year
that the person was deployed on active duty
outside the continental United States, Alaska,
or Hawaii in support of military operations
designated by the Legislature. The amend-
ment is scheduled to take effect January 1,

NO. 4
Referenda Required For Adoption And
Amendment Of Local Government
Comprehensive Land Use Plans
Establishes that before a local government
may adopt a new comprehensive land use
plan, or amend a comprehensive land use
plan, the proposed plan or amendment shall
be subject to vote of the electors of the local
government by referendum, following prepa-
ration by the local planning agency, consid-
eration by the governing body and notice.
Provides definitions.
The amendment's impact on local government
expenditures cannot be estimated precisely.
Local governments will incur additional costs
due to the requirement to conduct referenda
in order to adopt comprehensive plans or
amendments thereto. The amount of such
costs depends upon the frequency, timing and
method of the referenda, and includes the
costs of ballot preparation, election adminis-
tration, and associated expenses. The impact
on state government expenditures will be

NO. 5
Standards For Legislature To Follow In
Legislative Redistricting
Legislative districts or districting plans
may not be drawn to favor or disfavor an
incumbent or political party. Districts shall not
be drawn to deny racial or language minori-
ties the equal opportunity to participate in the
political process and elect representatives
of their choice. Districts must be contiguous.
Unless otherwise required, districts must be
compact, as equal in population as feasible,
and where feasible must make use of existing
city, county and geographical boundaries.
The fiscal impact cannot be determined
precisely. State government and state courts
may incur additional costs if litigation increas-
es beyond the number or complexity of cases
which would have occurred in the amend-
ment's absence.

NO. 6
Standards For Legislature To Follow In
Congressional Redistricting
Congressional districts or districting plans
may not be drawn to favor or disfavor an
incumbent or political party. Districts shall not
be drawn to deny racial or language minori-
ties the equal opportunity to participate in the
political process and elect representatives
of their choice. Districts must be contiguous.
Unless otherwise required, districts must be
compact, as equal in population as feasible,
and where feasible must make use of existing
city, county and geographical boundaries.
The fiscal impact cannot be determined
precisely. State government and state courts
may incur additional costs if litigation increas-
es beyond the number or complexity of cases
which would have occurred in the amend-
ment's absence.

NO. 8
Revision Of The Class Size
Requirements For Public Schools
The Florida Constitution currently limits the
maximum number of students assigned to
each teacher in public school classrooms
in the following grade groupings: for prekin-
dergarten through grade 3, 18 students; for
grades 4 through 8, 22 students; and for
grades 9 through 12, 25 students. Under this
amendment, the current limits on the maxi-
mum number of students assigned to each
teacher in public school classrooms would
become limits on the average number of
students assigned per class to each teacher,
by specified grade grouping, in each public
school. This amendment also adopts new
limits on the maximum number of students
assigned to each teacher in an individual
classroom as follows: for prekindergarten
through grade 3, 21 students; for grades 4
through 8, 27 students; and for grades 9
through 12, 30 students. This amendment
specifies that class size limits do not apply
to virtual classes, requires the Legislature
to provide sufficient funds to maintain the
average number of students required by this
amendment, and schedules these revisions
to take effect upon approval by the electors of
this state and to operate retroactively to the
beginning of the 2010-2011 school year.

Balancing the Federal Budget
A Nonbinding Referendum Calling for
an Amendment to the United States
Congressional districts or districting plans
may not be drawn to favor or disfavor an
incumbent or political party. Districts shall not
be drawn to deny racial or language minori-
ties the equal opportunity to participate in the
political process and elect representatives
of their choice. Districts must be contiguous.
Unless otherwise required, districts must be
compact, as equal in population as feasible,
and where feasible must make use of existing
city, county and geographical boundaries.

The fiscal impact cannot be determined
precisely. State government and state courts
may incur additional costs if litigation increas-
es beyond the number or complexity of cases
which would have occurred in the amend-
ment's absence.

Shall Ordinance 2010-340-E, which amends
Jacksonville's Charter, changes terms
of office of council members, the mayor,
sheriff,supervisor of elections, property
appraiser, and tax collector, eliminates spring
elections, and moves those elections to fall
odd year elections commencing in 2015, and
which for the 2011 term only, increases the
terms of city council members, the mayor,
sheriff, supervisor of elections, property ap-
praiser, and tax collector by six months
through December 31, 2015, become
The direct financial impact this amendment
will have on local government will be a minor
decrease in revenues and a minor increase in

You may request an Absentee Ballot
through October 27, 2010. All Absentee
Ballots must be returned to the Supervisor
of Elections Office on or before November
2, 2010 by 7 p.m. NO postage is required
to mail your Absentee Ballot.

Registered voters must 'hdw"'a-picturei, t
and signature ID to receive a ballot. The
acceptable forms of identification are:

Florida Drivers License
Debit or Credit Card
Florida ID Card from DMV
Military ID
Retirement Center ID
U.S. Passport
Student ID
Public Assistance ID
Neighborhood Assoc. ID

If a voter is registered in Florida, the
voter may update a residence address,
signature, or name through Election Day
and still be able to vote in their correct

r- Know where your polling place is
0 Learn about the candidates and issues.
O VOTE Election Day, Vote early, or VOTE
by mail.

Voters registered in the State of Florida
and residing in Duval County may vote
in the Gubernatorial General Election
regardless of party affiliation.



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What to do from social, volunteer, political and sports

activities to sef enrichment and the civic sceneWN

activities to self enrichment and the civic scene

Riverside Arts Market
RAM (Riverside Arts Market) is a
high energy weekly arts, farmers,
and food market under the 1-95
bridge on the St Johns River, featur-
ing locally made or grown products.
It will be held on Saturdays starting
at 10:00a.m.until 2 p.m. Leashed
pets are welcome.

Nephew Tommy at
the Comedy Zone
Comedian Nephew Tommy will be
at the Comedy Zone October 14-16
bringing his stand up routine to
Jacksonville. You were first intro-
duced to him on the Steve Harvey
Morning Show. Known as a televi-
sion and film star, Tommy is sure to
please. For showtimes and tickets
call 292-4242.

Jerry Seinfeld
in Concert
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld will be in
concert on Friday, October 15th at
7 p.m. at the Times Unions Center.
For more information call (800)

EWC Alumni Host
Homecoming Breakfast
The EWC National Alumni
Association will host its annual
Homecoming Spirit Breakfast on
Saturday October 16th at 7:45
a.m. in the Adams/Jenkins Complex
on the campus of EWC. Please join
us for the induction of the first class
of alumni into the EWC Sports Hall

of Fame and help us honor EWC
Basketball Greats from the 1960s to
present. For tickets or for more, call

Genealogical Meeting
The Jacksonville Genealogical
Society will hold their monthly
meeting October 16th, at 1:30 p.m.
at the Webb-Wesconnett Branch
Library, 6887 103rd street on the
Westside. The topic will be
Genealogical Research and the
Internet. For more information,
please email

100 Black Men Banquet
The 100 Black Men of Jack-
sonville will host its 13th Annual
Bernard Gregory Scholarship and
Student of the Year Awards Banquet
on October 16th at 6 p.m. at the
Hyatt Riverfront Hotel. The guest
speaker is Judge Michael F.
Andrews of New Port Richey. For
tickets or more information, contact
Miguel at 374-6172.

Jax National
College Fair
The National College Fair of
Jacksonville, a local opportunity for
students and their parents to meet
college and university representa-
tives from across the nation, will be
held on Saturday, October 16th
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Held at the
Prime Osborne Convention Center,
more than 150 colleges and univer-
sities will be in attendance. There
will also be forums on everything

from scholarships and financial aid
to essay writing and HBCUs.
Students can pre-register online at

Jaguars vs. Colts
We all kno there is nothing like
Jaguar football. Show some home-
town spirit when the Jacksonville
Jaguars face off against the
Tennessee Titans. The home game
will be Monday, October 18th at
7:30 p.m. at EverBank Field and
televised on ESPN's Monday Night

Stanton Gala
planning meeting
The current class representatives
of Old Stanton, New Stanton and
Stanton Vocational High Schools
will meet to discuss plans for their
5th Annual Gala on Monday,
October 18th at 6 p.m. at Bethel
Baptist Institutional Church, 215
bethel Baptist Street. For more
information, call Kenn Reddick at

Annual Equal
Opportunity Luncheon
The 37th Equal Opportunity
Luncheon sponsored by the
Jacksonville Urban League will be
held on Wednesday, October 20,
2010 at the Hyatt Regency
Riverfront. Starting at 12 noon the
annual event recognizes individuals
and corporations who have made
significant efforts in the areas of

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Sapelo Island Festival

The Sapelo Island Cultural and Revitalization Society Inc (SICARS) of
Sapelo Island, Ga Will host its 16th annual Cultural Day Festival of Sapelo
Island, GA on Saturday, October 16, 2010 from 9 5 p.m. This event fea-
tures all day cultural entertainment, story telling dancing, cultural demon-
stration, arts and crafts. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children ages
6-12yrs old. Tickets include transportation to and from Sapelo Island and the
event site. Tickets are limited and must be purchased prior to the event. For
a complete schedule of activities and for ticket information visit or call 912-485-2197.

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diversity and equal opportunity. For
tickets or more information, call

Southern Women's Show
The annual Southern Women's
Show will be held October 21-24 at
the Prime Osborne Convention
Center. The annual event includes
savvy shopping, creative cooking
ideas, healthy lifestyle tips, trendy
fashion shows, great celebrity
guests, and fabulous prizes. Times
are from 10 a.m. 8 p.m. For more
information, call 1-800-849-0248.

FAMU Homecoming
Florida A&M University (FAMU)
has scheduled its annual
Homecoming Saturday, October
23 through Sunday October 31.
This year's homecoming theme is
Lights, Camera, Action: The Reel
Rattler Spirit, homecoming visit or
call 850-599-3413

Festa Italiana
Festa Italiana, a 3-day family
event celebrating Italian-American
traditions and culture, will take
place October 22-24 at 2838
Westberry Road, 32223. The event
will include music, dancing,
Karaoke, kids bounce houses, trivia
games, displays, souvenirs and
homemade Italian cuisine. For
more information, visit www.iacof-
jacksonville.comor call 268-2882.

Ahmad Jamal
in Concert
The Ritz Theater and LaVilla
Museum Jazz Jam will present jazz
artist the legendary Ahmal Jamal in
concert. The performance will be
Saturday, October 23rd. For tick-
ets or more information, call 632-

Free documentary of
Ugandan youth "Go"
There will be a free screening of
documentary film "Go" about the
20+ year war in Uganda and the
effects it has had on the youth of
that region. Great for kids of mid-
dle/high school age and adults
alike. Guest speakers from Uganda
and a charity raffle will follow. The
screening will take place on
Sunday, October 24th from 5-7:30
p.m. It will take place at the
Foundation Academy, 3675 San
Pablo Rd. S, 32224.

Jacksonville Diversity
Network Discussion
The Jacksonville Diversity
Network will have a discussion on
Tuesday, October 26th with the
theme "Where are you really from".
The open meeting will be held from
7-9 p.m. at 1878 King Street,
Jacksonville ( next to St. Vincent
Hospital) and will feature a genetic
researcher. For more info, visit
El DeBarge in Concert
The Ritz Theater and LaVilla
Museum Jazz Jam will present
artist El DeBarge in concert. The
smooth RnB crooner will be in per-
formance Sunday, October 31st at
8 p.m. For tickets or more informa-
tion, call 632-5555.

Free Evening
of Spoken Word
Come out and enjoy an evening of
Spoken Word at the Ritz Theater on
November 4, 2010. The free event
will start at 7 p.m. Spoken word
night is held on the first Thursday
of every month where poets, writ-
ers, vocalists and musicians gather
to present and hear powerful lyrical
voices in a casual open-mic setting.
Call 632-5555 for info.

Lincolnville Festival
Heritage Festival
The annual Lincolnville Festival
will be held in St. Augustine Nov.
5-7, 2010. Headlining this years
event will be R&B artists Kool &
the Gang. Boyz II Men, The Blind
Boys of Alabama, Percy Sledge, &
Guitar Shorty. Other artists include
The Lee Boys, Willie Green, the
US Army Field Band, & Joy
Dennis. Activities include soul
food, BBQ, craft vendors, balloon
rides, a Kids Zone and more. It will
take place in downtown St.
Augustine on Francis Field. For
more info, call 904-827-6891.

Disaster Management
The Jacksonville Local Organizing
Committee Inc., for the Millions
More Movement will present
Disaster Management Specialist
Mrs. Arealia Denby for a 3 day
workshop to certify others in her
specialty. Mrs.Denby has worked
the field with over 20 years of veri-
fiable fieldwork. The workshop will
be held November 5-7, 2010
For more information call 904-

Ponte Vedra Art
& Craft festival
The Ponte Vedra Shopping Center
located at 880 A1A North south of
Sawgrass, will have their annual
Art & Craft festival on November
6-7 from 10 a.m. 4 p.m. daily.
There will be fine arts, crafts, food
and free admission and parking. For
more information, call 352-344-

2010 Pearls and
The Clara White Mission will
present their annual fundraiser,
"Pearls & Cufflinks" on Friday,
November 12, 2010. It will be held
at St. Ephrem's Catholic Church,
4650 Keman Blvd. For more infor-
mation, call 354-4162.

Fantasia and
Eric Benet
Grammy award winning artist
Fantasia will be in concert with soul
crooner during her "Back to Me"
tour on Saturday, November 13th
at the Times Union Center for
Performing Arts. Tickets are cur-
rently on sale through Ticketmaster.

PRIDE Anniversary
Make you reservation early for the
17th anniversary of PRIDE Book
club on November 13, 2010. It will
be held at the CLARA WHITE
CAFE, 613 W. Ashley Street,
Jacksonville, Fl. 32202. The book
for discussion will be "Thunder on
the River" by Daniel Schafer.
Call Felice Franklin at389-8417
or 703-8264 for more information.

Greta FYoung
6731 Mopsy Ln
Jacksonville 32210
Hubert N Young SR
2821 10th StW
Jacksonville 32254
Micheal TYoung
4060 BarnesRd 111
Jacksonville 32207
Ronald S Young
2028 Nickerson Ln
Jacksonville 32207
Gloria A Youngs
1368 High Plains DrW
Jacksonville 32218
Paul B Zanders
3625 Stillman St
Jacksonville 32207
Charles R Zeigler JR
5438 Cardan Rd
Jacksonville 32244

Nathaniel R Woolard
13358 Beall Ave
Jacksonville 32218
Phillip R Word
2643 Broadway Ave
Jacksonville 32254
Kareem L Worthy
10677 Academy Park Dr
Jacksonville 32218
Stephanie A Worthy
325 Duval St E 341
Jacksonville 32202
AI D Wright
1988 16th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Carlos A Wright
7142 Smyrna St
Jacksonville 32208
Christopher L Wright
4580 Park St #2
Jacksonville 32205

Delma L Wright
36 Tallulah Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Gary G Wright III
8981 Ivey Rd
Jacksonville 32216
Michael J Wright
2045 Jammes Rd #239
Jacksonville 32210
Rashard M Wright
879 Lyons Ln
Baldwin 32234
Robert L Wright
5664 International Dr
Jacksonville 32219
Theophilus K Wright
2253 17th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Cheryl D Wrightjennings
4333 Will Scarlet Rd
Jacksonville 32208

Howard W Wyatt JR
1137 Liberty St
Jacksonville 32206
Dale R Wyman
3134 Thomas St
Jacksonville 32254
Sonya V Wyman
3319 Silver St
Jacksonville 32206
Eugene M Wynn JR
2031 Rowe Ave
Jacksonville 32208
Donta KYancey
7702 Praver DrW
Jacksonville 32217
Ashton M Youmans
7014 Beekman Lake Dr
Jacksonville 32222
Dwan LYoumans
4229 Moncrief Rd W 8
Jacksonville 32209

Atkins M Young
11424 Montego Bay Dr W
Jacksonville 32218
Billie J Young
14378 Demery Dr S
Jacksonville Beach 32250
Curtis T Young JR
8118 Renault Dr S
Jacksonville 32244
Duane C Young
8090 Atlantic Blvd #D82
Jacksonville 32211
Dujuan U Young
7957 Shrike Ave
Jacksonville 32219
Dwight J Young
1916 20th StW
Jacksonville 32209
Ella M Young
6981 Muffet Ct
Jacksonville 32210

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accordance to ES. 98.075(7). Your name has been removed from the statewide voter registration system. Any voter, whose name has
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