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Election 2012: Voting on Marco Island

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Voters seem to be waiting casually to vote for local, state and national candidates on Tuesday at Precinct 193 at United Church of God on Marco Island.

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Roger LaLonde Staff Voters seem to be waiting casually to vote for local, state and national candidates on Tuesday at Precinct 193 at United Church of God on Marco Island.

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Bill Hughes, left, receives a card that supports Marco City Council candidates Kenneth Honecker, Amadeo Petricca and Larry Sacher, from Joe Rola, with wife Barbara looking on. They are part of the Marco Island Property Owners organization that distributed more tahn 10,000 cards for their candidates before Tuesday's election.
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Incumbent Marco City Councilman Frank Recker sits outside Precinst 193 at the United Church of God on Tuesday seeking support for himself and incumbent Jerry Gibson and newcomer Larry Honig.
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While most signs were asking voters to cast balltots for the Marco Island City Council on Tuesday, Dick Reynolds wanted to makesure that GOP candidates, including Donna Fiala, Collier County Commissioner on the back of his truck, were remembered.
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Incumbent Marco City Councilman Frank Recker sits outside Precinct 193 at United Church of God on Tuesday, urging voters to cast ballots for his team, while Andrea Battaglia shows her sign that supports  non-incumbents Ken Honecker, Amadeo Petrica and Larry Sacher for city council.
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Voters seem to be waiting casually to vote for local, state and national candidates on Tuesday at Precinct 193 at United Church of God on Marco Island.

Marco Islanders head to the polls to cast their votes on Election Day on Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

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