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ALACHUA COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS: 10:15 update with 100% of precincts reporting

By on November 2nd, 2010

US Senator
Total Votes 74417
Marco Rubio REP 29780 40.02%
Kendrick B. Meek DEM 21269 28.58%
Alexander A. Snitker LBT 534 0.72%
Bernie DeCastro CPF 97 0.13%
Sue Askeland NPA 184 0.25%
Bruce Ray Riggs NPA 39 0.05%
Bobbie Bean NPA 49 0.07%
Rick Tyler NPA 76 0.10%
Charlie Crist NPA 22272 29.93%
Lewis Jerome Armstro NPA 54 0.07%
Write-in Votes 63 0.08%

Congress 3
Total Votes 12463
Michael “Mike” Yost REP 3024 24.26%
Corrine Brown DEM 8940 71.73%
Terry Martin-Back NPA 499 4.00%

Congress 6
Total Votes 56093
Clifford B. Stearns REP 34979 62.36%
Steve Schonberg NPA 21114 37.64%

Governor
Total Votes 74084
Rick Scott REP 28089 37.92%
Alex Sink DEM 43867 59.21%
Peter Allen IDP 1248 1.68%
Michael E. Arth NPA 217 0.29%
Farid Khavari NPA 82 0.11%
C. C. Reed NPA 184 0.25%
Daniel Imperato NPA 165 0.22%
Write-in Votes 232 0.31%

Attorney Gen.
Total Votes 72034
Pam Bondi REP 32237 44.75%
Dan Gelber DEM 37167 51.60%
Jim Lewis NPA 2630 3.65%

CFO
Total Votes 71188
Jeff Atwater REP 31922 44.84%
Loranne Ausley DEM 36048 50.64%
Ken Mazzie NPA 985 1.38%
Tom Stearns NPA 2233 3.14%

Comm. of Agriculture
Total Votes 71116
Adam H. Putnam REP 31793 44.71%
Scott Maddox DEM 34766 48.89%
Ira Chester TEA 3141 4.42%
Thad Hamilton NPA 1416 1.99%

State Senate 14
Total Votes 72951
Steve Oelrich REP 32934 45.15%
Perry C. McGriff, Jr DEM 40017 54.85%

State Rep 10
Total Votes 551
David A. Feigin REP 239 43.38%
Leonard L. Bembry DEM 312 56.62%

State Rep. 11
Total Votes 17929
Elizabeth Porter REP 8778 48.96%
Debbie Boyd DEM 8282 46.19%
John Ferentinos TEA 869 4.85%

State Rep. 22
Total Votes 25130
Keith Perry REP 13953 55.52%
Jon Paugh DEM 11177 44.48%

Justice Canady
Total Votes 60645
YES 39439 65.03%
NO 21206 34.97%

Justice Labarga
Total Votes 60122
YES 34710 57.73%
NO 25412 42.27%

Justice Perry
Total Votes 60465
YES 36426 60.24%
NO 24039 39.76%

Justice Polston
Total Votes 59931
YES 38489 64.22%
NO 21442 35.78%

Judge Clark
Total Votes 58474
YES 36982 63.25%
NO 21492 36.75%

Judge Hawkes
Total Votes 58365
YES 33295 57.05%
NO 25070 42.95%

Judge Kahn, Jr.
Total Votes 57859
YES 33983 58.73%
NO 23876 41.27%

Judge Padovano
Total Votes 57834
YES 35392 61.20%
NO 22442 38.80%

Judge Rowe
Total Votes 57951
YES 35893 61.94%
NO 22058 38.06%

Judge Wetherell
Total Votes 57848
YES 35560 61.47%
NO 22288 38.53%

Judge Wolf
Total Votes 57886
YES 35536 61.39%
NO 22350 38.61%

County Comm. 2
Total Votes 71623
Jim Gabriel REP 31422 43.87%
Lee Pinkoson DEM 40201 56.13%

County Comm. 4
Total Votes 71733
Susan Baird REP 38768 54.04%
Cynthia M. Chestnut DEM 32965 45.96%

School Board 1
Total Votes 63425
April Griffin 36870 58.13%
Rick Nesbit 26555 41.87%

School Board 5
Total Votes 61008
Carol Oyenarte 32649 53.52%
Jancie Vinson 28359 46.48%

Soil and Water
Total Votes 50650
Brian Bunch 18484 36.49%
Bryan Griffin 32166 63.51%

Amendment 1
Total Votes 69584
YES 31559 45.35%
NO 38025 54.65%

Amendment 2
Total Votes 71157
YES 51808 72.81%
NO 19349 27.19%

Amendment 4
Total Votes 70961
YES 24286 34.22%
NO 46675 65.78%

Amendment 5
Total Votes 69787
YES 44480 63.74%
NO 25307 36.26%

Amendment 6
Total Votes 69622
YES 44641 64.12%
NO 24981 35.88%

Amendment 8
Total Votes 70698
YES 36281 51.32%
NO 34417 48.68%

State Referendum 1
Total Votes 67273
YES 41484 61.67%
NO 25789 38.33%

Question 1
Total Votes 65363
YES 21352 32.67%
NO 44011 67.33%

Question 2
Total Votes 64697
YES 37218 57.53%
NO 27479 42.47%

Question 3
Total Votes 61822
YES 33932 54.89%
NO 27890 45.11%

Question 4
Total Votes 63270
YES 21207 33.52%
NO 42063 66.48%

Question 5
Total Votes 63016
YES 31496 49.98%
NO 31520 50.02%

Question 6
Total Votes 64076
YES 25273 39.44%
NO 38803 60.56%

Init. Ordinance 1
Total Votes 68397
YES 38424 56.18%
NO 29973 43.82%

Archer Seat 5
Total Votes 364
Laurie M. Costello 157 43.13%
Allison G. Green 207 56.87%

High Springs Comm.
Total Votes 3129
Bob Barnas 491 15.69%
Bill Coughlin 523 16.71%
Linda Clark Gestrin 638 20.39%
Sue Weller 772 24.67%
Byran Williams 705 22.53%

High Springs Ref.
Total Votes 1820
YES 1039 57.09%
NO 781 42.91%

High Springs Amend. 1
Total Votes 1852
YES 1415 76.40%
NO 437 23.60%


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