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Mayoral candidates gain endorsements

Over the past week, the two candidates for Pensacola mayor, County Commissioner Grover Robinson and Councilman Brian Spencer have picked up endorsements. On Sept. 20,…

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Posted in Pensacola

Two-thirds of Pensacola voters oppose giving mayor a raise

Inweekly asked Pensacola voters if they supported the city council increasing the mayor’s salary from $100,000 to $125,000: Yes 21% No 68% Undecided 11% The…

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Bubba Watson for Mayor garners national attention

The idea of Bubba Watson being Pensacola’s next mayor has caught national attention. Is it possible? Yes. The two-time Masters champion has two well-connected local…

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola Politics

Grover Robinson opens door to run for Pensacola mayor in 2018

Escambia County Commission chairman Grover Robinson announced this morning that he will not seek a fourth term to his District 4 seat in 2018. “I…

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Posted in 2014 Election Pensacola Politics

Roy Jones, Jr. wants to be mayor of Pensacola

Pensacola’s favorite son and boxing legend, Roy Jones, Jr., plans to run for mayor of Pensacola, according to BoxingScene.com. Jones, age 45, is the first…

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Posted in Escambia County News Pensacola Politics

Post-Election Responses

Last night proved to be a closely fought election for many local seats. The IN talked with several candidates and their campaign heads after last…

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Tick Tock Gang suffers another defeat

We keep hearing from Marty Donovan, Byron Keesler and C.C. Elebash that people do not want the maritime park and its stadium. Yet they never…

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Buzz: Orange Beach mayor blasts BP

While Pensacola Mayor Mike Wiggins is singing kumbaya with BP, Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon blasted BP representatives a town hall meeting. Kennon is upset…

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Mayor Wiggins wants plan for CMP to be public works project

Just got off the phone with Pensacola Mayor Mike Wiggins. He has sent a letter to City Manager Al Coby requesting that the city manager…

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