Andersen says some voters are upset that their ballots don't include the race for the hotly contested House seat Allan Bense is giving up.
He says many folks don't understand that Bay County is split in half between two House representatives.
Mark Andersen, Bay County Supervisor of Elections, said, "The simplest way I can put it, just because you live in Bay County doesn't mean you get to vote for Allan Bense's House seat. Half of the county does; the other half of the county does not."
If you have any questions, call the Supervisor of Election’s Office at 784-6100, or visit their website, www.bayvotes.org.
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