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Nancy Argenziano changes party affiliations to run for Congress

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A former Florida Republican lawmaker is leaving the GOP to run for Congress as a Democrat. Nancy Argenziano of Crystal River says the Republican Party left her and their principles, but she feels both parties need improvement.

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Argenziano adds she will officially announce her candidacy in the next couple of weeks.

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