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Naples City Council 2012 Election Results

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Mitzy Magin, right, and Bern Watkins speak Dee Sulick's campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.

Lexey Swall/Staff Mitzy Magin, right, and Bern Watkins speak Dee Sulick's campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.

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Teresa Heitmann, left, checks on the poll results alongside Emily Thoemke during a party at her home in Old Naples on Tuesday night. Later  in the evening she learned that she had been voted on to Naples City Council.
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Teresa Heitmann, center, chats with friends during an election results watch party at her family's home in Old Naples on Tuesday night. Later  in the evening she learned that she had been voted on to Naples City Council.
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Penny Taylor, center, hugs Cheryl Coyle goodbye after learning Taylor was more than likely not going to be elected to Naples City Council on Tuesday night at Bayfront Inn in Naples.
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Teresa Heitmann, center, chats with Judy Thompson, second left, and Patti Thompson, during an election results watch party at her family's home in Old Naples on Tuesday night. Later  in the evening she learned that she had been voted on to Naples City Council.
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Penny Taylor chats with Lou Vlasho after Taylor learned that she lost in the election for Naples City Council at Bayfront Inn on Tuesday night.
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Teresa Heitmann, center, checks on the poll results alongside friends and family during a party at her home in Old Naples on Tuesday night. Later  in the evening she learned that she had been voted on to Naples City Council.
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Penny Taylor, second from right, chats with her daughter Arielle Kilday while they watch for Naples City Council election results at Bayfront Inn on Tuesday night. Taylor would later find out that she lost the election.
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Penny Taylor, second from right, chats with Fred Coyle while Taylor waits for Naples City Council election results at Bayfront Inn on Tuesday night. Taylor would later find out that she lost the election.
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Teresa Heitmann chats with friends during an election results watch party at her family's home in Old Naples on Tuesday night. Later  in the evening she learned that she had been voted on to Naples City Council.
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Teresa Heitmann chats with William Kelly, next to Heitmann and other friends during an election results watch party at her family's home in Old Naples on Tuesday night. Later  in the evening she learned that she had been voted on to Naples City Council.
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Penny Taylor, third from right, chats with her daughter Arielle Kilday while they watch for Naples City Council election results at Bayfront Inn on Tuesday night. Taylor would later find out that she lost the election.
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Teresa Heitmann, center, chats with Judy Thompson, second left, and Patti Thompson, during an election results watch party at her family's home in Old Naples on Tuesday night. Later  in the evening she learned that she had been voted on to Naples City Council.
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Penny Taylor chats with Lou Vlasho after Taylor learned that she lost in the election for Naples City Council at Bayfront Inn on Tuesday night.
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Penny Taylor, right, chats with Fred Coyle and his wife Cheryl Coyle after learning that Taylor was not going to be elected to Naples City Council at Bayfront Inn on Tuesday night.
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Teresa Heitmann, left, checks on the poll results alongside Emily Thoemke during a party at her home in Old Naples on Tuesday night. Later  in the evening she learned that she had been voted on to Naples City Council.
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Teresa Heitmann chats with Jim Dean during an election results watch party at her family's home in Old Naples on Tuesday night. Later  in the evening she learned that she had been voted on to Naples City Council.
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Scenes from Mayor Bill Barnett's campaign party at the Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples on Tuesday night. Barnett won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Dee Sulick and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Scenes from Mayor Bill Barnett's campaign party at the Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples on Tuesday night. Barnett won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Dee Sulick and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Scenes from Mayor Bill Barnett's campaign party at the Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples on Tuesday night. Barnett won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Dee Sulick and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Naples Mayor Bill Barnett, second from right, is congratulated by former Naples City Councilwoman Penny Taylor, right, during his campaign party Tuesday night at Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples. The other winners of the two remaining seats are Teresa Heitmann and Dee Sulick. Taylor lost the race for one of the three open council seats.
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Naples Mayor Bill Barnett, left, is congratulated by Rabbi Zaklos Fishel after he won enough votes for one of three Naples City Council seats Tuesday night at Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples. The other winners of the two remaining seats are Teresa Heitmann and Dee Sulick. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the race for one of the three open council seats.
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Naples Mayor Bill Barnett, second from right, is congratulated by former Naples City Councilwoman Penny Taylor, right, during his campaign party Tuesday night at Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples. The other winners of the two remaining seats are Teresa Heitmann and Dee Sulick. Taylor lost the race for one of the three open council seats.
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Naples Mayor Bill Barnett pours champagne after he won enough votes for one of three Naples City Council seats during his campaign party Tuesday night at Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples. The other winners of the two remaining seats are Teresa Heitmann and Dee Sulick.
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Naples Mayor Bill Barnett opens a bottle of champagne after he won enough votes for one of three Naples City Council seats during his campaign party Tuesday night at Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples. The other winners of the two remaining seats are Teresa Heitmann and Dee Sulick.
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Naples Mayor Bill Barnett reads that he has the lead in votes for one of three Naples City Council seats during his campaign party Tuesday night at Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples. The other winners of the two remaining seats are Teresa Heitmann and Dee Sulick.
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Scenes from Mayor Bill Barnett's campaign party at the Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples on Tuesday night. Barnett won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Dee Sulick and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Scenes from Mayor Bill Barnett's campaign party at the Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples on Tuesday night. Barnett won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Dee Sulick and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Scenes from Mayor Bill Barnett's campaign party at the Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples on Tuesday night. Barnett won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Dee Sulick and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Scenes from Mayor Bill Barnett's campaign party at the Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples on Tuesday night. Barnett won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Dee Sulick and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Scenes from Mayor Bill Barnett's campaign party at the Cosmos Italian Cafe and Pizzeria in Naples on Tuesday night. Barnett won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Dee Sulick and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Scenes from Dee Sulick's campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Ray Ryan, center, pumps his fist as he and other supporters of Dee Sulick, hear that she had enough votes to win one of the three open seats on the Naples City Council during her campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Dee Sulick, left, is handed a microphone by her husband, Peter Sulick, so she can address the crowd during her campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Dee Sulick, left, is handed a microphone by her husband, Peter Sulick, so she can address the crowd during her campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Dee Sulick is greeted by supporters during her campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Dee Sulick, left, is greeted by supporters Missy and Ray Ryan during her campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Dee Sulick, second from left, is greeted by supporters during her campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Supporters listen to election results during Dee Sulick's campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Scenes from Dee Sulick's campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Dee Sulick's talks with Bern Watkins during Sulick's campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Mitzy Magin, right, and Bern Watkins speak Dee Sulick's campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Scenes from Dee Sulick's campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Scenes from Dee Sulick's campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Jim Magin was one of the guests at Dee Sulick's campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.
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Scenes from Dee Sulick's campaign party at the Naples Yacht Club on Tuesday night. Sulick won one of the three open seats for Naples City Council along with Naples Mayor Bill Barnett and Teresa Heitmann. Former councilwoman Penny Taylor lost the election for one of the three council seats.

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