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STATE ELECTION RESULTS 11:30 Update

By on November 2nd, 2010

STATE SENATOR
Marco Rubio REP 2,470,224 (49.87%)
Kendrick B. Meek DEM 977,868 (19.74%)
Alexander Andrew Snitker LBT 23,099 (0.47%)
Bernie DeCastro CPF 4,511 (0.09%)
Sue Askeland NPA 14,509 (0.29%)
Bruce Ray Riggs NPA 3,416 (0.07%)
Bobbie Bean NPA 4,071 (0.08%)
Rick Tyler NPA 6,965 (0.14%)
Charlie Crist NPA 1,445,076 (29.17%)
Lewis Jerome Armstrong NPA 4,057 (0.08%)
Piotr Blass WRI 00 (0%)
George Drake WRI 00 (0%)
Howard Knepper WRI 00 (0%)
Carol Ann Joyce LaRosa WRI 00 (0%)
Richard Lock WRI 00 (0%)
Robert Monroe WRI 00 (0%)
Belinda Gail Quarterman-Noah WRI 00 (0%)
5,062,685 total votes cast

U.S. Representative, District 3
Michael “Mike” Yost REP 49,623 (34.13%)
Corrine Brown DEM 91,280 (62.78%)
Terry Martin-Back NPA 4,487 (3.09%)
145,390 total votes cast.

U.S. Representative, District 5
Richard B. “Rich” Nugent REP 208,606 (67.43%)
James “Jim” Piccillo DEM 100,756 (32.57%)
309,362 total votes cast.

U.S. Representative, District 6
Clifford B. “Cliff” Stearns REP 177,238 (71.47%)
Steve Schonberg NPA 70,744 (28.53%)
247,982 total votes cast.

U.S. Representative, District 8
Daniel Webster REP 123,189 (56.11%)
Alan Grayson DEM 83,919 (38.22%)
Peg Dunmire TEA 8,307 (3.78%)
George L. Metcalfe NPA 4,135 (1.88%)
Steven J. Gerritzen WRI 00 (0%)
219,550 total votes cast.

Governor
Rick Scott and Jennifer Carroll REP 2,480,675 (49.46%)
Alex Sink and Rod Smith DEM 2,360,837 (47.08%)
Peter Allen and John E Zanni IDP 117,818 (2.35%)
Michael E. Arth and Al Krulick NPA 17,630 (0.35%)
Farid Khavari and Darcy G. Richardson NPA 7,021 (0.14%)
C. C. Reed and Larry Waldo, Sr. NPA 18,083 (0.36%)
Daniel Imperato and Karl C.C. Behm NPA 12,962 (0.26%)
Josue Larose and Valencia St Louis WRI 00 (0%)
5,015,026 total votes cast.

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Pam Bondi REP 2,730,485 (55.43%)
Dan Gelber DEM 2,006,690 (40.74%)
Jim Lewis NPA 188,394 (3.82%)
4,925,569 total votes cast.

Chief Financial Officer
Jeff Atwater REP 2,796,664 (57.76%)
Loranne Ausley DEM 1,861,695 (38.45%)
Ken Mazzie NPA 79,503 (1.64%)
Tom Stearns NPA 104,411 (2.16%)
4,842,273 total votes cast.

Commissioner of Agriculture
Adam H. Putnam REP 2,746,450 (56.44%)
Scott Maddox DEM 1,827,729 (37.56%)
Ira Chester TEA 194,228 (3.99%)
Thad Hamilton NPA 98,008 (2.01%)
4,866,415 total votes cast.

State Senate
Steve Oelrich REP 70,737 (53.83%)
Perry C. McGriff, Jr. DEM 60,660 (46.17%)
131,397 total votes cast.

State Representative, District 10
David A. Feigin REP 17,753 (41.24%)
Leonard L. Bembry DEM 25,296 (58.76%)
43,049 total votes cast.

State Representative, District 11
Elizabeth Porter REP 29,512 (53.92%)
Debbie Boyd DEM 22,018 (40.23%)
John Ferentinos TEA 3,199 (5.85%)
54,729 total votes cast.

State Senator, District 20
Alan Hays REP 132,326 (67.22%)
Eunice Garbutt DEM 64,538 (32.78%)
196,864 total votes cast.

State Representative, District 22
Candidate Party Statewide Votes Received
Keith Perry REP 36,797 (60.69%)
Jon Paugh DEM 23,830 (39.31%)
60,627 total votes cast.

State Representative, District 24
Candidate Party Statewide Votes Received
Dennis Baxley REP 33,371 (64.43%)
Michael Hageloh DEM 18,422 (35.57%)
51,793 total votes cast.

State Representative, District 42
H. Marlene O’Toole REP 61,202 (76.12%)
Jeff Shoobridge NPA 19,201 (23.88%)
80,403 total votes cast.

AMENDMENTS (Require 60% to pass)
REPEAL OF PUBLIC CAMPAIGN FINANCING REQUIREMENT
Yes for Approval 2,431,046 (52.63%)
No for Rejection 2,188,462 (47.37%)
4,619,508 total votes cast.

HOMESTEAD AD VALOREM TAX CREDIT FOR DEPLOYED MILITARY PERSONNEL
Yes for Approval 3,692,520 (77.89%)
No for Rejection 1,048,329 (22.11%)
4,740,849 total votes cast.

REFERENDA REQUIRED FOR ADOPTION AND AMENDMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLANS.
Yes for Approval 1,576,986 (32.96%)
No for Rejection 3,207,812 (67.04%)
4,784,798 total votes cast.

STANDARDS FOR LEGISLATURE TO FOLLOW IN LEGISLATIVE REDISTRICTING
Yes for Approval 2,937,453 (62.18%)
No for Rejection 1,786,317 (37.82%)
4,723,770 total votes cast.

STANDARDS FOR LEGISLATURE TO FOLLOW IN CONGRESSIONAL REDISTRICTING
Yes for Approval 2,936,046 (62.53%)
No for Rejection 1,759,734 (37.47%)
4,695,780 total votes cast.

REVISION OF THE CLASS SIZE REQUIREMENTS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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Choice Statewide Votes Received
Yes for Approval 2,593,316 (54.80%)
No for Rejection 2,139,285 (45.20%)
4,732,601 total votes cast.

BALANCING THE FEDERAL BUDGET (A Nonbinding Referendum)
Yes for Approval 3,280,422 (71.98%)
No for Rejection 1,276,677 (28.02%)
4,557,099 total votes cast.

Supreme Court Justice
Shall Justice Charles T. Canady be retained in Office?
Yes 2,834,371 (67.21%)
No 1,382,743 (32.79%)
4,217,114 total votes cast.

Shall Justice Jorge Labarga be retained in Office?
Yes 2,446,365 (58.54%)
No 1,732,271 (41.46%)
4,178,636 total votes cast.

Shall Justice James E. C. Perry be retained in Office?
Yes 2,557,998 (61.29%)
No 1,615,404 (38.71%)
4,173,402 total votes cast.

Shall Justice Ricky L. Polston be retained in Office?
Yes 2,725,364 (65.76%)
No 1,419,343 (34.24%)
4,144,707 total votes cast.

District Court of Appeals
Shall Judge Jay Cohen be retained in Office?
Yes 675,847 (63.35%)
No 391,069 (36.65%)
1,066,916 total votes cast.

Shall Judge Jacqueline R. Griffin be retained in Office?
Yes 695,493 (65.20%)
No 371,145 (34.80%)
1,066,638 total votes cast.

Shall Judge Bruce W. Jacobus be retained in Office?
Yes 674,030 (63.68%)
No 384,485 (36.32%)
1,058,515 total votes cast.

Shall Judge David A. Monaco be retained in Office?
Yes 675,586 (64.08%)
No 378,751 (35.92%)
1,054,337 total votes cast.

Shall Judge Vincent G. Torpy, Jr. be retained in Office?
Yes 678,891 (64.47%)
No 374,161 (35.53%)
1,053,052 total votes cast.

Shall Judge Nikki Ann Clark be retained in Office?
Yes 476,476 (58.12%)
No 343,396 (41.88%)
819,872 total votes cast.

Shall Judge Paul M. Hawkes be retained in Office?
Yes 440,852 (54.05%)
No 374,769 (45.95%)
815,621 total votes cast.

Shall Judge Charles J. Kahn, Jr. be retained in Office?
Yes 429,847 (52.95%)
No 381,901 (47.05%)
811,748 total votes cast.

Shall Judge Phil Padovano be retained in Office?
Yes 450,351 (55.63%)
No 359,165 (44.37%)
809,516 total votes cast.

Shall Judge Lori S. Rowe be retained in Office?
Yes 454,384 (56.14%)
No 354,930 (43.86%)
809,314 total votes cast.

Shall Judge Kent Wetherell be retained in Office?
Yes 458,325 (56.84%)
No 347,952 (43.16%)
806,277 total votes cast.

Shall Judge Jim Wolf be retained in Office?
Yes 461,603 (57.23%)
No 344,930 (42.77%)
806,533 total votes cast.


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