Tag: Terry Power

Staff ReportsAugust 22, 2018
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Incumbent state Rep. Jamie Grant has beaten Republican rival Terry Power in the battle for House District 64, ending one of the more acrimonious primary fights this election season. HD 64 covers a northwestern section of Hillsborough County and some of eastern Pinellas County. At 7:30 p.m., Grant was leading 67 percent-33 percent in Hillsborough (23 […]

Peter SchorschAugust 20, 2018
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The lawyer for the ex-wife of House District 64 candidate Terry Power disputes Power’s previous claim that he doesn’t owe his ex-wife any alimony, according to a letter obtained by Florida Politics. Rather, lawyer Andrew D. Reder told Power – an Oldsmar retirement plan consultant – that ex-wife Murielle Fournier is in fact legally entitled to “$87,904 plus statutory […]

Staff ReportsJuly 17, 2018
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5min45
Another election cycle, another edition of Politics in Pinellas. The event, hosted biennially by the Clearwater Regional Chamber of Commerce, is set to draw at least 10 candidates for offices ranging from Pinellas School Board to state Senator. “Are they running for office for the first time or up for re-election? This is your opportunity […]

Peter SchorschJune 14, 2018
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Terry Power, a Republican candidate for House District 64, owes nearly $88,000 in alimony, according to court records reviewed this week. A document in the case from Pinellas County shows a “payoff amount” of $87,904. It also lists a “balance due” of only $4,668. In a statement to Florida Politics, however, Power says he doesn’t legally […]

Peter SchorschMay 29, 2018
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Secretary of State Ken Detzner has filed a Motion to Dismiss a lawsuit filed by House District 64 GOP candidate Terry Power, who is demanding incumbent state Rep. Jamie Grant be removed as a candidate, citing the state’s term limits. The Secretary filed to dismiss the lawsuit for “failure to state a cause of action, failure to join a necessary party, and […]

Drew WilsonMay 22, 2018
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Democrat Heather Kenyon Stahl announced Tuesday that she is ending her campaign for House District 64, the Tampa-based seat held by Republican Rep. James Grant. In her announcement, posted on Facebook, Stahl thanked her supporters before citing a new job and her husband’s ongoing health problems as reasons for her exit. “Over the past month, […]


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