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More than 90 percent of Florida sheriffs endorse Moody for AG

By Karen Kidd | Oct 7, 2018

TAMPA — If the race for Florida Attorney General were decided by the county sheriffs across the Sunshine State, Republican Ashley Moody would win by a landslide.

Moody is "the real deal," says Walton County Sheriff

By Karen Kidd | Oct 6, 2018

SANTA ROSA BEACH — Calling her "phenomenally qualified," Walton County Sheriff Michael A. Adkinson Jr. has endorsed Republican Ashley Moody's bid for state Attorney General.

Pasco County Sheriff backs Moody for AG

By Marian Johns | Oct 6, 2018

NEW PORT RICHEY — Noting her work as a Florida prosecutor, Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco has endorsed Ashley Moody to be the state's next attorney general.

Florida AG candidate Moody lands another sheriff endorsement

By Marian Johns | Oct 6, 2018

SEBRING — Florida Attorney General Republican candidate Ashley Moody continues to tout her endorsements from the majority of county sheriffs, in another highly visible, highly contested race in the Sunshine state.

Bradford County Sheriff endorses Moody for Florida AG

By Karen Kidd | Oct 6, 2018

STARKE — Bradford County Sheriff Gordon Smith is among an overwhelming majority of sheriffs in Florida endorsing Republican Ashley Moody's bid for state Attorney General.

In latest AG poll, GOP's Moody ahead of rival Shaw, 46-44

By Charmaine Little | Sep 27, 2018

Republican candidate Ashley Moody is still besting her Democratic component Sean Shaw in the highly anticipated Attorney General race, the latest census from the St. Pete Polls reveals.

In state AG race, Moody leads Shaw by slim margin, report says

By Ann Maher | Aug 31, 2018

TALLAHASSEE - The race for state attorney general is shaping up as a tight one with Republican Ashley Moody ahead by a few points over Democrat Sean Shaw.

Florida residents with felony convictions seek return of voting rights

By Carrie Bradon | Aug 9, 2018

TALLAHASSEE – After felons in Florida have served their time, they are prohibited from voting in elections and their only hope to have the right restored is to seek clemency from the governor, a process that some view as unfair and antiquated.

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