BRADENTON, Fla. — Some 113 of Florida’s cities, counties and special districts could be declared in a state of financial emergency, according to a recent assessment of fiscal 2011 audits.

The 113 local governments and districts, up from 111 the year before, met one or more of the conditions established in state law for determining the entities that may be struggling, according to an annual report on significant financial trends and findings by Florida auditor general David Martin.

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