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U.S. House District 2

Florida
100% Reporting
Neal Dunn (GOP) 230,838
67%
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Walter Dartland (Dem) 102,596
30%
Rob Lapham (Lib) 9,384
3%
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U.S. Senate

Florida
100% Reporting
Marco Rubio (GOP) 4,822,182
52%
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Patrick Murphy (Dem) 4,105,251
44%
Paul Stanton (Lib) 196,188
2%
Bruce Nathan (NPA) 52,274
1%
Tony Khoury (NPA) 45,604
0%
Steven Machat (NPA) 26,789
0%
Basil Dalack (NPA) 22,134
0%
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Amendment 1 - SolarEnergy Equipment Rights

Florida
100% Reporting
Yes 4,544,601
51%
No 4,406,583
49%
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Amendment 2 - Expand Medical Marijuana

Florida
100% Reporting
Yes 6,496,157
71%
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No 2,616,128
29%
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Amendment 3 - Exempt 1st Responder PropTax

Florida
100% Reporting
Yes 7,472,603
84%
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No 1,447,741
16%
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Amendment 5 - LowInc Senior PropTax Exempt

Florida
100% Reporting
Yes 6,871,007
78%
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No 1,905,161
22%
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President

Florida
100% Reporting
Donald Trump (GOP) 4,605,515
49%
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Hillary Clinton (Dem) 4,485,745
48%
Gary Johnson (Lib) 206,007
2%
Jill Stein (Grn) 64,019
1%
Darrell Castle (CST) 16,393
0%
Rocky De La Fuente (RP) 9,071
0%
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U.S. House District 1

Florida
100% Reporting
Matt Gaetz (GOP) 254,280
69%
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Steven Specht (Dem) 113,586
31%
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State Senate District 1

Florida
0% Reporting
Doug Broxson (GOP) 0
0%
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State Senate District 3

Florida
100% Reporting
Bill Montford (Dem) 159,111
67%
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Nancy Miller (GOP) 77,124
33%
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State House District 4

Florida
0% Reporting
Mel Ponder (GOP) 0
0%
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State House District 5

Florida
100% Reporting
Brad Drake (GOP) 51,753
68%
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Jamey Westbrook (NPA) 24,404
32%
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State House District 6

Florida
0% Reporting
Jay Trumbull (GOP) 0
0%
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State Attorney 2nd Circuit

Florida
96% Reporting
Jack Campbell (Dem) 103,683
54%
Pete Williams (GOP) 89,614
46%
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Supreme Court Retain Justice Charles Canady

Florida
97% Reporting
Yes 5,143,217
68%
No 2,419,682
32%
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Supreme Court Retain Justice Jorge Labarga

Florida
97% Reporting
Yes 4,941,066
66%
No 2,538,759
34%
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Supreme Court Retain Justice Ricky Polston

Florida
97% Reporting
Yes 5,039,457
68%
No 2,392,383
32%
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Dist Court of Appeals 1 Ret. Jim Wolf

Florida
96% Reporting
Yes 806,920
63%
No 479,513
37%
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Dist Court of Appeals 1 Ret. Lori Rowe

Florida
96% Reporting
Yes 825,081
64%
No 469,455
36%
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Dist Court of Appeals 1 Ret. Susan Kelsey

Florida
96% Reporting
Yes 844,865
65%
No 452,105
35%
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Dist Court of Appeals 1 Ret. Bo Winokur

Florida
96% Reporting
Yes 794,227
62%
No 492,778
38%
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Dist Court of Appeals 1 Ret. Ross Bilbrey

Florida
96% Reporting
Yes 823,307
63%
No 474,297
37%
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Dist Court of Appeals 1 Ret. Kent Wetherell

Florida
96% Reporting
Yes 805,039
62%
No 484,692
38%

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