Like the rest of the country, Villagers headed to the polls this week.
Florida’s current Governor Rick Scott was in town on Monday, to make one last push for his election to the U.S. Senate in a tightly contested race against longtime Democratic Senator Bill Nelson.
It should come as little surprise to you that Sumter County had the highest voter turnout of any county in Florida in this election, with 77.89 percent, according to the Florida Division of Elections.
Of course, this is Florida, and as you’ve probably seen on the news, we’re still counting 😉
In other news…
‘Tis the season for giving back, and in this month’s edition of Vmail you’ll learn how some Villagers do just that. You’ll also learn more about how you can explore the all new Designer series of homes:
Set to open in the Spring of 2019, the Marsh View Pitch ‘n’ Putt is an 18-hole course crafted in and around majestic, old-growth live oaks and sculpted marshes. Holes range from 40 to 110 yards in length which means it will take a lot less time to play a round.
Here’s a fly-over video of what how the course is shaping up: