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Updated: 07/13/2018 08:30:01AM

Building association endorses candidates

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SUN PHOTO BY LIZ HARDAWAY

Tom Sullivan, a candidate for Charlotte County commissioner for district 4, told members of the CDBIA committee he's in favor for development and ''not for gridlock.''

SUN PHOTO BY LIZ HARDAWAY

Tom Sullivan, a candidate for Charlotte County commissioner for district 4, told members of the CDBIA committee he's in favor for development and ''not for gridlock.''

SUN PHOTO BY LIZ HARDAWAY

Non-partisan candidate Geri Waksler, who received an endorsement from the CDBIA's political action committee, explaining her platform Thursday.

SUN PHOTO BY LIZ HARDAWAY

Non-partisan candidate Geri Waksler, who received an endorsement from the CDBIA's political action committee, explaining her platform Thursday.

SUN PHOTO BY LIZ HARDAWAY

The biggest challenge facing the state attorney's office to candidate Amira Fox is the opioid crisis, saying ''most of the people we see in the justice system are users who are products of their drug addiction.'' Fox wants to allocate resources to rehabilitate offenders and hold them accountable for their treatment.

SUN PHOTO BY LIZ HARDAWAY

The biggest challenge facing the state attorney's office to candidate Amira Fox is the opioid crisis, saying ''most of the people we see in the justice system are users who are products of their drug addiction.'' Fox wants to allocate resources to rehabilitate offenders and hold them accountable for their treatment.

By LIZ HARDAWAY

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It’s all about growth.

For Charlotte County’s schools, airports, businesses and budget, the Charlotte-DeSoto Building Industry Association’s political action committee has decided which candidates they find will grow the area into a better community.

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