According to the Alachua County Supervisor of elections, William Mazzota is currently leading the the race for the Florida Senate District 7 seat in Alachua County with 62, 085 votes. The UF undergrad is running against UF alumnus Rob Bradley, who currently has 47,535 votes in Alachua.
Mazzota leading in Alachua County for District 7 race
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