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Congressional candidate with unusual name to appear on Florida ballots

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May 31, 2012


TALLAHASSEE, Florida: According to state election officials, congressional candidate Eddie Gonzalez will appear on the state ballots as "" Gonzalez was originally told by the state that he could not use nicknames on the ballot, however, after a judge granted his request for a name change, the state has no choice but to comply. Reportedly, Gonzalez has gathered enough signatures to qualify for the ballot, and will be running against U.S. Representative Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Miami.[1]

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