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CITRUS COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS 9:10 update with 100% precincts reporting

By on November 2nd, 2010

US Senator Total: 55,597 votes
Marco Rubio 27,496 (49.4%)
Kendrick B. Meek 6,363 (11.4%)
Alexander Snitker 345 (0.62%)
Bernie DeCastro 82 (0.14%)
Sue Askeland 253 (0.45%)
Bruce Ray Riggs 90 (0.16%)
Bobbie Bean 75 (0.13%)
Rick Tyler 129 (0.23%)
Charlie Crist 20,612 (37.0%)
Lewis J Armstrong 78 (0.14%) Write-in candidates / 74 (0.13%)

U.S. Rep. In Congress Total: 53,359 votes
Richard Nugent 36,056 (67.5%)
James Piccillo 17,303 (32.4%)

Governor Total: 55,011 votes
Rick Scott 29,903 (54.3%) / Alex Sink 21,583 (39.2%) / Peter Allen 2,224 (4.04%) Michael E. Arth 321 (0.58%) / Farid Khavari 87 (0.15%) / C.C. Reed 361 (0.65%) Daniel Imperato 291 (0.52%) / Write-in 241 (0.43%)

Attorney General Total: 54,671 votes
Pam Bondi 33,153 (60.6%) / Dan Gelber 18,546 (33.9%) / Jim Lewis 2,972 (5.43%)

Chief Financial Officer Total: 53,880 votes
Jeff Atwater 33,903 (62.9%) / Loranne Ausley 16,391 (30.4%) / Ken Mazzie 1,400 (2.59%) / Tom Stearns 2,186 (4.05%)

Comm. of Ag Total: 54,142 votes
Adam H. Putnam 33,951 (62.7%) / Scott Maddox 15,389 (28.4%) / Ira Chester 3,282 (6.06%) / Thad Hamilton 1,520 (2.80%)

Co. Comm. Dist. 2 Total: 53,355 votes
John J. ‘JJ’ Kenney 36,548 (68.4%) / Phillip F. Mulrain 16,807 (31.5%)

Co. Comm. Dist. 4 Total: 53,040 votes
Rebecca Bays 34,492 (65.0%) / James A. Brunswick 13,809 (26.0%) / Marco A. Wilson 4,739 (8.93%)

Supreme Court C. Canady- Total: 49,219 votes YES 30,136 (61.2%) NO 19,083 (38.7%)

Supreme Court J. Labarga- Total: 48,949 votes YES 26,536 (54.2%) NO 22,413 (45.7%)

Supreme Courty J. Perry- Total: 48,894votes YES 27,445 (56.1%) NO 21,449 (43.8%)

Supreme Court R. Polston-Total: 48,849 votes YES 29,226 (59.8%) NO 19,623 (40.1%)

5th Dist. Court J. Cohen-Total: 48,640 votes YES 28,041 (57.6%) NO 20,599 (42.3%)

5th Dist. Court J. Griffin-Total: 48,682 votes YES 28,608 (58.7%) NO 20,074 (41.2%)

5th Dist. Court B. Jacobus -Total: 48,461 votes YES 28,520 (58.8%) NO 19,941 (41.1%)

5th Dist. Court D. Monaco-Total: 48,346 votes YES 27,726 (57.3%) NO 20,620 (42.6%)

5th Dist. Court V. Torpy -Total: 48,132 votes YES 28,401 (59.0%) NO 19,731 (40.9%)

Mosquito Control Board #3 -Total: 47,141 votes
AnnMarie Briercheck 14,323 (30.3%) / GenaVee John 3,609 (7.65%) / Flo Jones 12,972 (27.5%) / Bob Milan 16,237 (34.4%)

Crystal River Mayor – Total: 1,163 votes
Jim Farley 529 (45.4%) / Phillip W. Price 428 (36.8%) / Keith M. Shewbart 206 (17.7%)

CR City Council Seat 2- Total: 1,124 votes
Mike Gudis 594 (52.8%) / David Tagye 530 (47.1%)

Amend. 1 Camp. Financing – Total: 52,675 YES 27,517 (52.2%) NO 25,158 (47.7%)

Amend. 2 Homestead Military Total: 53,644 YES 40,620 (75.7%) NO 13,024 (24.2%)

Amend. 4 Land Use Total: 53,926 YES 18,194 (33.7%) NO 35,732 (66.2%)

Amend. 5 Leg. Redistricting Total: 53,173 YES 34,647 (65.1%) NO 18,526 (34.8%)

Amend. 6 Cong. Redistrict Total: 53,030 YES 34,784 (65.5%) NO 18,246 (34.4%)

Amend. 8 Class Size Total: 52,869 YES 32,016 (60.5%) NO 20,853 (39.4%)

Leg. Balancing the Budget Total: 52,845 YES 39,163 (74.1%) NO 13,682 (25.8%)

County – S.B. Mill Rate Total: 50,283 YES 31,950 (63.5%) NO 18,333 (36.4%)

City of Inv. Amendment Total: 2,064 YES 1,748 (84.6%) NO 316 (15.3%)


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