Keith Perry wins second term in state house
Republican Keith Perry received 57 percent of the vote to defeat Democrat Andrew Morey in the race for the state House of Representatives District 21 seat.
Perry is serving in District 23. He switched to District 21 after the legislative boundaries were redrawn to accommodate the 2010 census.
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