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Tom Weitzema petition fails at the ballot box to change voting for County Supervisors

In a resounding defeat for Tom Weitzma's petition to upend voting in Osceola County, rural and small town voters have made their voices heard. The unofficial results of the vote clearly indicate that the majority of residents are not willing to be silenced when it comes to their democratic rights.

This outcome highlights the importance of preserving fair and inclusive voting practices. It is crucial that all citizens have equal access and opportunity to participate in shaping their local government. The resounding defeat of Weitzma's petition serves as a reminder that rural and small town voters will not be easily swayed or silenced when it comes to protecting their democratic rights.

Plan 1 - 20 Votes

Plan 2- 354 Votes

Plan 3- 623 Votes

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