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MARION COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS: 9:30 update with 100% of precincts reporting

By on November 2nd, 2010

UNITED STATES SENATOR
Percent, # of Votes
Marco Rubio (REP) 55.71% 64,553
Kendrick B. Meek (DEM) 18.44% 21,370
Alexander Andrew Snitker (LBT) 0.42% 488
Bernie DeCastro (CPF) 0.42% 485
Sue Askeland (NPA) 0.45% 516
Bruce Ray Riggs (NPA) 0.11% 128
Bobbie Bean (NPA) 0.12% 136
Rick Tyler (NPA) 0.23% 270
Charlie Crist (NPA) 23.90% 27,699
Lewis Jerome Armstrong (NPA) 0.11% 133
WRITE-IN 0.08% 94
TOTAL VOTES: 115,872

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 3;
Percent, # of Votes
Michael ‘Mike’ Yost (REP) 68.99% 1,815
Corrine Brown (DEM) 24.25% 638
Terry Martin-Back (NPA) 6.77% 178
2,631

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 5;
Percent, # of Votes
Richard B. ‘Rich’ Nugent (REP) 66.63% 4,453
James ‘Jim’ Piccillo (DEM) 33.37% 2,230
Total votes: 6,683

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 6; Percent, Votes
Clifford B. ‘Cliff’ Stearns (REP) 69.47% 52,145
Steve Schonberg (NPA) 30.53% 22,921
Total votes: 75,066

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 8; Percent, Votes
Daniel Webster (REP) 56.23% 14,702
Alan Grayson (DEM) 32.63% 8,531
Peg Dunmire (TEA) 7.50% 1,960
George L. Metcalfe (NPA) 3.52% 920
WRITE-IN 0.13% 35
Total votes: 26,148

GOVERNOR AND LT. GOVERNOR; Percent, Votes
Rick Scott (REP) 54.02% 61,969
Alex Sink (DEM) 40.48% 46,435
Peter Allen (IDP) 3.52% 4,040
Michael E. Arth (NPA) 0.52% 591
Farid Khavari (NPA) 0.17% 194
C. C. Reed (NPA) 0.60% 689
Daniel Imperato (NPA) 0.36% 418
WRITE-IN 0.34% 385
Total: 114,721

ATTORNEY GENERAL;Percent, Votes
Pam Bondi (REP) 60.22% 68,489
Dan Gelber (DEM) 34.88% 39,670
Jim Lewis (NPA) 4.89% 5,565
Total: 113,724 votes

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER; Percent, Votes
Jeff Atwater (REP) 59.90% 66,883
Loranne Ausley (DEM) 33.41% 37,308
Ken Mazzie (NPA) 2.25% 2,511
Tom Stearns (NPA) 4.44% 4,962
Total: 111,664 votes

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE; Percent, Votes
Adam H. Putnam (REP) 58.47% 65,589
Scott Maddox (DEM) 33.11% 37,143
Ira Chester (TEA) 5.74% 6,435
Thad Hamilton (NPA) 2.69% 3,017
Total: 112,184 votes

STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 14 SENATE DISTRICT 14 ; Percent, Votes
Steve Oelrich (REP) 53.89% 7,800
Perry C. McGriff, Jr. (DEM) 46.11% 6,674
Total votes: 14,474

STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 20 SENATE DISTRICT 20 ;Percent, Votes
Alan Hays (REP) 71.63% 12,254
Eunice Garbutt (DEM) 28.37% 4,853
17,107 votes

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 22 HOUSE DISTRICT 22 ; Percent, Votes
Keith Perry (REP) 63.88% 21,890
Jon Paugh (DEM) 36.12% 12,375
Total votes: 34,265

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 24 HOUSE DISTRICT 24 ; Percent, Votes
Dennis Baxley (REP) 64.43% 33,371
Michael Hageloh (DEM) 35.57% 18,422
Total votes: 51,793

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 42 HOUSE DISTRICT 42; Percent, Vote
H. Marlene O’Toole (REP) 77.88% 5,334
Jeff Shoobridge (NPA) 22.12% 1,515
Total votes: 6,849

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2; Percent, Votes
Kathy Bryant (REP) 57.18% 64,029
Ken Nadeau (DEM) 35.83% 40,125
Douglas C. Shearer (FWP) 6.99% 7,823
Total votes: 111,977

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4; Percent, Votes
Carl Zalak III (REP) 48.86% 53,940
Barbara Fitos (DEM) 34.97% 38,606
Wayne King (INT) 5.66% 6,251
Owen Hayden (NPA) 10.50% 11,591
Total votes: 110,388

Canady
YES 63.06% 62,942
NO 36.94% 36,869
Total votes: 99,811

Labarga; Percent, Votes
YES 53.55% 53,341
NO 46.45% 46,277
Total votes: 99,618

Perry; Percent, Votes
YES 56.11% 55,595
NO 43.89% 43,486
Total votes: 99,081

Polston; Percent Votes
YES 61.08% 59,908
NO 38.92% 38,181
Total votes: 98,089

Cohen; Percent, Votes
YES 59.28% 57,349
NO 40.72% 39,386
Total votes: 96,735

Griffin; Percent, Votes
YES 61.13% 59,677
NO 38.87% 37,949
Total votes: 97,626

Jacobus; Percent, Votes
YES 58.76% 57,023
NO 41.24% 40,013
Total votes: 97,036

Monaco; Percent, Votes
YES 59.54% 57,623
NO 40.46% 39,153
Total votes: 96,776

Torpy; Percent, Votes
YES 60.45% 58,462
NO 39.55% 38,251
Total votes: 96,713

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DISTRICT 4; Percent ,Votes
Angie Boynton 55.97% 54,898
Tom Patrick 44.03% 43,186
Total votes: 98,084

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DISTRICT 5; Percent,Votes
Ron Crawford 50.84% 49,820
Sharon K. Hagen 49.16% 48,177
Total votes: 97,997

PCA Number 1; Percent, Votes
YES 56.62% 60,708
NO 43.38% 46,510
Total votes: 107,218

PCA Number 2; Percent, Votes
YES 78.94% 86,365
NO 21.06% 23,035
Total votes: 109,400

PCA Number 4; Percent, Votes
YES 33.48% 36,985
NO 66.52% 73,493
Total votes: 110,478

PCA Number 5; Percent, Votes
YES 59.13% 64,275
NO 40.87% 44,425
Total votes: 108,700

PCA Number 6 Percent, Votes
YES 59.73% 64,508
NO 40.27% 43,491
Total votes: 107,999

PCA Number 8; Percent, Votes
YES 59.01% 64,226
NO 40.99% 44,613
Total votes:108,839

Non Binding Ref; Percent, Votes
YES 76.01% 82,273
NO 23.99% 25,960
Total votes: 108,233

CITY COMMISSIONER SEAT 4 CITY OF BELLEVIEW; Percent, Votes
Ronald T. Livsey 47.36% 458
Robert ‘Bo’ Smith, Jr. 52.64% 509
Total votes: 967

VCDD NO 4 SEAT 3 THE VILLAGES; Percent, Votes
James A. Murphy 63.00% 3,072
Karen M. Tynes 37.00% 1,804
Total votes: 4,876

VCDD NO 4 SEAT 5 THE VILLAGES; Percent, Votes
Don Deakin 63.42% 3,102
Cliff Wiener 36.58% 1,789
Total votes: 4,891

Belleview Amend 1 CITY OF BELLEVIEW; Percent, Votes
YES 53.26% 555
NO 46.74% 487
Total votes: 1,042

Belleview Amend 2 CITY OF BELLEVIEW; Percen,t Votes
YES 83.77% 898
NO 16.23% 174
Total votes: 1,072 votes

Dunnellon CITY OF DUNNELLON; Percent, Votes
YES 56.22% 393
NO 43.78% 306
Total votes: 699 votes


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