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Scotty Moore to face Democratic incumbent Darren Soto in 9th District

Two tiny slivers of Polk County near the Four Corners area are included in Congressional District 9.

Scotty Moore has emerged from a four-way race as the Republican nominee for Florida’s 9th Congressional District. 

Moore, a Christian nonprofit worker, won 56% of the vote in Tuesday’s Republican primary and will face incumbent Democrat U.S. Rep Darren Soto, D-Kissimmee, in November. Jose Castillo took 24.6% of the vote, Adianis Morales had 13and Sergio Ortiz 6%, according to Florida Department of Election’s unofficial results as of 8:09 p.m 

District 15, Republicans:Laurel Lee beats Kelli Stargel, 3 others to become Republican nominee for Florida’s new CD 15

District 15, Democrats:Alan Cohn wins Democratic primary for Florida House District 15

District 18:U.S. Rep Scott Franklin easily wins GOP primary for 18th Congressional District

More results:Live election results from other Polk County races

The redrawn 9th Congressional District takes up all of Osceola County as well as a chunk of southern Orange County and two very small slivers of Polk County in the far eastern areas near Davenport and Haines City.

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