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2018 General Election
November 6, 2018
Official Election Results

Track by Hillsborough County

United States Senator
Candidate Party Votes Received
Rick Scott REP 4,099,505
50.05%
Bill Nelson DEM 4,089,472
49.93%
Lateresa L.A. Jones WRI 467
0.01%
Howard Knepper WRI 113
0%
Michael S. Levinson WRI 107
0%
Charles Frederick Tolbert WRI 121
0%
David Weeks WRI 220
0%
Machine and Manual Recounts Completed
Total    8,190,005


Representative in Congress, District 12
Candidate Party Votes Received
Gus Michael Bilirakis REP 194,564
58.09%
Chris Hunter DEM 132,844
39.66%
Angelika Purkis NPA 7,510
2.24%
Total    334,918


Representative in Congress, District 15
Candidate Party Votes Received
Ross Spano REP 151,380
53.02%
Kristen Carlson DEM 134,132
46.98%
Alek Bynzar WRI 2
0%
Dave Johnson WRI 15
0.01%
Jeffrey G. Rabinowitz WRI 3
0%
Total    285,532


Representative in Congress, District 16
Candidate Party Votes Received
Vern Buchanan REP 197,483
54.56%
David Shapiro DEM 164,463
45.44%
Total    361,946


Governor
Candidate Party Votes Received
DeSantis / Nuñez REP 4,076,186
49.59%
Gillum / King DEM 4,043,723
49.19%
Richardson / Argenziano REF 47,140
0.57%
Gibson / Wilds NPA 24,310
0.3%
Foley / Tutton NPA 14,630
0.18%
Stanley / McJury NPA 14,505
0.18%
Blass / Harju WRI 6
0%
Johnson / Hayes WRI 61
0%
Machine Recount Completed
Total    8,220,561


Attorney General
Candidate Party Votes Received
Ashley Moody REP 4,232,532
52.11%
Sean Shaw DEM 3,744,912
46.1%
Jeffrey Marc Siskind NPA 145,296
1.79%
Total    8,122,740


Chief Financial Officer
Candidate Party Votes Received
Jimmy Patronis REP 4,152,221
51.74%
Jeremy Ring DEM 3,872,540
48.26%
Richard Paul Dembinsky WRI 297
0%
Total    8,025,058


Commissioner of Agriculture
Candidate Party Votes Received
Matt Caldwell REP 4,026,201
49.96%
Nicole "Nikki" Fried DEM 4,032,954
50.04%
Machine and Manual Recounts Completed
Total    8,059,155


State Senator, District 18
Candidate Party Votes Received
Dana Young REP 103,667
49.9%
Janet Cruz DEM 104,078
50.1%
Machine and Manual Recounts Completed
Total    207,745


State Senator, District 20
Candidate Party Votes Received
Tom Lee REP 101,021
53.48%
Kathy Lewis DEM 87,863
46.52%
Total    188,884


State Representative, District 57
Candidate Party Votes Received
Mike Beltran REP 46,569
55.27%
Debbie Katt DEM 37,695
44.73%
Total    84,264


State Representative, District 58
Candidate Party Votes Received
Lawrence McClure REP 29,850
54.5%
Phil Hornback DEM 24,922
45.5%
Total    54,772


State Representative, District 59
Candidate Party Votes Received
Joe Wicker REP 31,883
48.52%
Adam Hattersley DEM 33,825
51.48%
Total    65,708


State Representative, District 60
Candidate Party Votes Received
Jackie Toledo REP 41,951
52.28%
Debra Bellanti DEM 38,299
47.72%
Total    80,250


State Representative, District 61
Candidate Party Votes Received
Dianne "Ms Dee" Hart DEM 43,690
100%
Valion Joyce WRI 1
0%
Total    43,691


State Representative, District 63
Candidate Party Votes Received
Shawn Harrison REP 30,932
46.55%
Fentrice Driskell DEM 35,511
53.45%
Total    66,443


State Representative, District 64
Candidate Party Votes Received
James Grant REP 41,632
51.96%
Jessica Harrington DEM 36,061
45%
Andy Warrener NPA 2,436
3.04%
Total    80,129


Circuit Judge, 13th Judicial Circuit, Group 25
Candidate Votes Received
Robin Fuson 237,779
55.7%
Jamey Moody 189,115
44.3%
Total    426,894


Justice of the Supreme Court
Shall Justice Alan Lawson be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 5,044,890
71.44%
No 2,016,482
28.56%
Total    7,061,372


Second District Court of Appeal
Shall Judge Anthony K. Black be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,480,603
73.58%
No 531,641
26.42%
Total    2,012,244


Shall Judge Darryl C. Casanueva be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,395,404
69.89%
No 601,185
30.11%
Total    1,996,589


Shall Judge Edward C. LaRose be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,433,864
71.86%
No 561,471
28.14%
Total    1,995,335


Shall Judge Susan H. Rothstein-Youakim be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,451,934
72.53%
No 549,901
27.47%
Total    2,001,835


Amendment No. 1
Increased Homestead Property Tax Exemption
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 4,560,689
58.06%
No for Rejection 3,293,857
41.94%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,854,546


Amendment No. 2
Limitations on Property Tax Assessments
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,162,544
66.49%
No for Rejection 2,601,316
33.51%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,763,860


Amendment No. 3
Voter Control of Gambling in Florida
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,676,456
71.47%
No for Rejection 2,266,516
28.53%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,942,972


Amendment No. 4
Voting Restoration Amendment
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,148,926
64.55%
No for Rejection 2,828,339
35.45%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,977,265


Amendment No. 5
Supermajority Vote Required to Impose, Authorize, or Raise State Taxes or Fees
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,164,658
65.73%
No for Rejection 2,693,174
34.27%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,857,832


Amendment No. 6
Rights of Crime Victims; Judges
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 4,835,950
61.61%
No for Rejection 3,013,601
38.39%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,849,551


Amendment No. 7
First Responder and Military Member Survivor Benefits; Public Colleges and Universities
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,148,300
65.76%
No for Rejection 2,680,942
34.24%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,829,242


Amendment No. 9
Prohibits Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling; Prohibits Vaping in Enclosed Indoor Workplaces
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,415,308
68.92%
No for Rejection 2,442,410
31.08%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,857,718


Amendment No. 10
State and Local Government Structure and Operation
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 4,847,740
63.15%
No for Rejection 2,828,607
36.85%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,676,347


Amendment No. 11
Property Rights; Removal of Obsolete Provision; Criminal Statutes
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 4,680,526
62.13%
No for Rejection 2,852,468
37.87%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,532,994


Amendment No. 12
Lobbying and Abuse of Office by Public Officers
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 6,116,404
78.92%
No for Rejection 1,633,249
21.08%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,749,653


Amendment No. 13
Ends Dog Racing
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,407,543
69.06%
No for Rejection 2,423,126
30.94%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,830,669




Florida Department of State

Division of Elections

Room 316, R.A.Gray Building, 500 S.Bronough Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250
1.850.245.6200