St. Petersburg, FL -- The Congressional District 13 race is now just four weeks away and 10 News Reporter Preston Rudie sat down with both Democrat Alex Sink and Republican David Jolly for one-on-one interviews discussing a range of national, state and even local issues.
Sink reveals she'll vote early, will not run again if she loses, and if St. Pete taxpayers are protected, she's open to the Rays looking for a stadium site in Hillsborough County.
Jolly defends his work as a lobbyist, says the Rays need to stay in Pinellas County, and says right now he's getting just four hours of sleep a night because of the rigors of the campaign.
Sink, Jolly and Libertarian Lucas Overby are each vying to replace Congressman C.W. Bill Young, who represented the Pinellas County district for more than 40 years.
The election is March 11.
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