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Donald Trump Won All 13 of These North Central Florida Counties

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Our broadcast signal for 89.1 WUFT-FM reaches 13 core counties across North Central Florida.

Below, the unofficial presidential primary results as of 9:30 p.m. for the top two finishers from each of those counties. Donald Trump won all 13 counties in our coverage area, while Ted Cruz finished second in nine; Marco Rubio took second in the other four. Hillary Clinton won eight to Bernie Sanders’ five counties.

Trump and Clinton led their respective parties statewide.

  • Alachua
    • D: Clinton 49%, Sanders 48%
    • R: Trump 38%, Rubio 28%
  • Bradford
    • D: Clinton 48%, Sanders 41%
    • R: Trump 49%, Cruz 26%
  • Citrus
    • D: Clinton 56%, Sanders 39%
    • R: Trump 55%, Rubio 18%
  • Columbia
    • D: Clinton 56%, Sanders 35%
    • R: Trump 48%, Cruz 28%
  • Dixie
    • D: Sanders 45%, Clinton 40%
    • R: Trump 63%, Cruz 20%
  • Gilchrist
    • D: Sanders 49%, Clinton 37%
    • R: Trump 58%, Cruz 25%
  • Hernando
    • D: Clinton 60%, 37%
    • R: Trump 56%, Cruz 17%
  • Lafayette
    • D: Sanders 48%, Clinton 27%
    • R: Trump 52%, Cruz 26%
  • Levy
    • D: Clinton 50%, Sanders 43%
    • R: Trump 57%, Cruz 19%
  • Marion
    • D: Clinton 63%, Sanders 34%
    • R: Trump 54%, Rubio 19%
  • Putnam
    • D: Clinton 48%, Sanders 42%
    • R: Trump 45%, Rubio 15%
  • Suwannee
    • D: Sanders 44%, Clinton 42%
    • R: Trump 49%, Cruz 28%
  • Union
    • D: Sanders 51%, Clinton 36%
    • R: Trump 52%, Cruz 26%

About Ethan Magoc

Ethan is a journalist at WUFT News. He's a Pennsylvania native who found a home reporting Florida's stories. Reach him by emailing emagoc@wuft.org or calling 352-294-1525.

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