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Gov. DeSantis will pick Broward next two county commissioners — two state reps. have applied

Gov. Ron DeSantis
Scott Keeler
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Associated Press
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis

Two state representatives are among the five people who’ve asked Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to pick them to fill two soon-to-be-vacant seats on the Broward County Commission.

Broward County Commissioners Dale Holness and Barbara Sharief submitted written resignations to run for Congress earlier this year, but neither won the November primary. Still, their resignations are irrevocable, and now their seats — which pay $105,885 a year — will become empty in January.

The two state representatives who applied are State Rep. Anika Omphroy and State Rep. Patricia Williams.

Read more at our news partner the South Florida Sun Sentinel.