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Moran Family Takes Advantage of Early Voting
Moran Family Takes Advantage of Early Voting

Audrey Moran’s family took advantage of early voting today at the Supervisor of Elections Office downtown for the upcoming election.  The Moran family members voting today included her parents, Glenn and Gladys McKibbin, and three of her four children: Caitlin, Jack and Mary Kelley

Audrey’s two oldest children, students at Florida State University, are currently home on spring break.  Caitlin Moran, a senior, and Jack Moran, a sophomore, decided to use this opportunity to vote early before returning to school this week.  Both students said they encourage all registered voters to vote, especially their peers because they understand the importance of participating in elections and exercising their right to vote.

While Moran will vote on Election Day at her home polling location, she encourages voters to vote at their convenience at the various locations across the city.  Moran said, “This election is critical to the future of Jacksonville,” and went on to stress the importance of voting.  “It is going to be a close election and every vote counts.”

Recently, Moran reached out to citizens featured in a Times-Union article that had lost faith in and had given up on the voting process.  Her phone calls made an impact on one gentleman in particular.  Having never registered to vote, Mr. Weathington (age 64) is now a registered voter and plans to vote in this election.  Moran said she would love to earn his vote, but is pleased that he is now a registered voter.

Information on voting locations and times can be found at the Supervisor of Elections web site

For more information on Audrey’s vision for Jacksonville and other upcoming events, please visit the campaign web site at

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