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2018 General Election
November 6, 2018
1st Set of Unofficial Returns
(pursuant to s. 102.141, F.S.)

Track by Hillsborough County

United States Senator
Candidate Party Votes Received
Rick Scott REP 4,098,107
50.07%
Bill Nelson DEM 4,085,545
49.92%
Lateresa L.A. Jones WRI 444
0.01%
Howard Knepper WRI 109
0%
Michael S. Levinson WRI 101
0%
Charles Frederick Tolbert WRI 116
0%
David Weeks WRI 209
0%
Machine Recount Indicated
Total    8,184,631


Representative in Congress, District 12
Candidate Party Votes Received
Gus Michael Bilirakis REP 194,551
58.1%
Chris Hunter DEM 132,810
39.66%
Angelika Purkis NPA 7,506
2.24%
Total    334,867


Representative in Congress, District 15
Candidate Party Votes Received
Ross Spano REP 151,356
53.02%
Kristen Carlson DEM 134,076
46.97%
Alek Bynzar WRI 2
0%
Dave Johnson WRI 15
0.01%
Jeffrey G. Rabinowitz WRI 3
0%
Total    285,452


Representative in Congress, District 16
Candidate Party Votes Received
Vern Buchanan REP 197,433
54.57%
David Shapiro DEM 164,357
45.43%
Total    361,790


Governor
Candidate Party Votes Received
DeSantis / Nuñez REP 4,075,879
49.59%
Gillum / King DEM 4,042,195
49.18%
Richardson / Argenziano REF 47,123
0.57%
Gibson / Wilds NPA 24,388
0.3%
Foley / Tutton NPA 14,532
0.18%
Stanley / McJury NPA 14,499
0.18%
Blass / Harju WRI 6
0%
Johnson / Hayes WRI 60
0%
Machine Recount Indicated
Total    8,218,682


Attorney General
Candidate Party Votes Received
Ashley Moody REP 4,231,794
52.11%
Sean Shaw DEM 3,743,102
46.1%
Jeffrey Marc Siskind NPA 145,239
1.79%
Total    8,120,135


Chief Financial Officer
Candidate Party Votes Received
Jimmy Patronis REP 4,151,455
51.75%
Jeremy Ring DEM 3,870,776
48.25%
Richard Paul Dembinsky WRI 285
0%
Total    8,022,516


Commissioner of Agriculture
Candidate Party Votes Received
Matt Caldwell REP 4,025,011
49.97%
Nicole "Nikki" Fried DEM 4,030,337
50.03%
Machine Recount Indicated
Total    8,055,348


State Senator, District 18
Candidate Party Votes Received
Dana Young REP 103,625
49.91%
Janet Cruz DEM 104,001
50.09%
Machine Recount Indicated
Total    207,626


State Senator, District 20
Candidate Party Votes Received
Tom Lee REP 101,011
53.49%
Kathy Lewis DEM 87,837
46.51%
Total    188,848


State Representative, District 57
Candidate Party Votes Received
Mike Beltran REP 46,556
55.27%
Debbie Katt DEM 37,674
44.73%
Total    84,230


State Representative, District 58
Candidate Party Votes Received
Lawrence McClure REP 29,844
54.5%
Phil Hornback DEM 24,916
45.5%
Total    54,760


State Representative, District 59
Candidate Party Votes Received
Joe Wicker REP 31,877
48.54%
Adam Hattersley DEM 33,798
51.46%
Total    65,675


State Representative, District 60
Candidate Party Votes Received
Jackie Toledo REP 41,936
52.28%
Debra Bellanti DEM 38,277
47.72%
Total    80,213


State Representative, District 61
Candidate Party Votes Received
Dianne "Ms Dee" Hart DEM 43,674
100%
Valion Joyce WRI 1
0%
Total    43,675


State Representative, District 63
Candidate Party Votes Received
Shawn Harrison REP 30,928
46.56%
Fentrice Driskell DEM 35,494
53.44%
Total    66,422


State Representative, District 64
Candidate Party Votes Received
James Grant REP 41,618
51.96%
Jessica Harrington DEM 36,044
45%
Andy Warrener NPA 2,435
3.04%
Total    80,097


Circuit Judge, 13th Judicial Circuit, Group 25
Candidate Votes Received
Robin Fuson 237,682
55.7%
Jamey Moody 189,047
44.3%
Total    426,729


Justice of the Supreme Court
Shall Justice Alan Lawson be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 5,043,562
71.45%
No 2,015,708
28.55%
Total    7,059,270


Second District Court of Appeal
Shall Judge Anthony K. Black be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,480,280
73.58%
No 531,512
26.42%
Total    2,011,792


Shall Judge Darryl C. Casanueva be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,395,086
69.89%
No 601,058
30.11%
Total    1,996,144


Shall Judge Edward C. LaRose be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,433,560
71.86%
No 561,326
28.14%
Total    1,994,886


Shall Judge Susan H. Rothstein-Youakim be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,451,615
72.53%
No 549,769
27.47%
Total    2,001,384


Amendment No. 1
Increased Homestead Property Tax Exemption
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 4,559,488
58.07%
No for Rejection 3,292,709
41.93%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,852,197


Amendment No. 2
Limitations on Property Tax Assessments
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,160,178
66.49%
No for Rejection 2,600,391
33.51%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,760,569


Amendment No. 3
Voter Control of Gambling in Florida
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,674,609
71.46%
No for Rejection 2,265,873
28.54%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,940,482


Amendment No. 4
Voting Restoration Amendment
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,146,993
64.54%
No for Rejection 2,827,809
35.46%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,974,802


Amendment No. 5
Supermajority Vote Required to Impose, Authorize, or Raise State Taxes or Fees
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,163,307
65.73%
No for Rejection 2,692,117
34.27%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,855,424


Amendment No. 6
Rights of Crime Victims; Judges
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 4,834,677
61.61%
No for Rejection 3,012,532
38.39%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,847,209


Amendment No. 7
First Responder and Military Member Survivor Benefits; Public Colleges and Universities
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,146,763
65.76%
No for Rejection 2,680,142
34.24%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,826,905


Amendment No. 9
Prohibits Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling; Prohibits Vaping in Enclosed Indoor Workplaces
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,413,377
68.91%
No for Rejection 2,441,962
31.09%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,855,339


Amendment No. 10
State and Local Government Structure and Operation
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 4,846,446
63.15%
No for Rejection 2,827,637
36.85%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,674,083


Amendment No. 11
Property Rights; Removal of Obsolete Provision; Criminal Statutes
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 4,678,963
62.13%
No for Rejection 2,851,787
37.87%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,530,750


Amendment No. 12
Lobbying and Abuse of Office by Public Officers
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 6,114,448
78.92%
No for Rejection 1,632,851
21.08%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,747,299


Amendment No. 13
Ends Dog Racing
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 5,405,689
69.05%
No for Rejection 2,422,635
30.95%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,828,324




Florida Department of State

Division of Elections

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