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By CURTIS KRUEGER
Published November 3, 2004
This time, key to presidency lies with Ohio
Martinez lead at just under 1 percent
Five judges on way to easily keeping seats
Justices' jobs appear safe, judging by early returns
Voters call it a draw in doctor-lawyer battle
Senate lead at just under 1 percent
Cantero, Bell easily hang onto seats
Coats easily beats former shock jock
Lines pose biggest problem for voters
Local roots, support boost Burke's victory
Pinellas Suncoast race close; fee hike fails
Voters approve higher tax to help Pinellas teachers, schools
Biggest voting gripe: long lines
Katherine Harris, the Republican darling who is still reviled by many Democrats for her role in the 2000 presidential race, was re-elected to Congress on Tuesday.
Harris, 47, won a second term in a rematch of her 2002 race with Democrat Jan Schneider, 57, a Sarasota lawyer, in southwest Florida's 13th District. The district includes all of Sarasota, Hardee and DeSoto counties, a large chunk of Manatee County and part of Charlotte County.
Many Democrats still are bitter about the dual role Harris played in Florida's 2000 recount, which gave Republican George W. Bush the state by 537 votes. Harris oversaw the recount as Florida's secretary of state while serving as state co-chairwoman of Bush's campaign.
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