Once editor, now mayor

Fitzgerald, Mark
December 1999
Editor & Publisher;12/04/99, Vol. 132 Issue 49, p12
Trade Publication
Announces that Wayne Poston beat incumbent Brandenton, Florida Mayor Bill Evers. Amount of money spent by the candidates on the campaign; Key campaign issue.


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