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2022 General Election
November 8, 2022
Official Election Results

Track by Osceola County

United States Senator
Candidate Party Votes Received
Marco Rubio REP 4,474,847
57.68%
Val Demings DEM 3,201,522
41.27%
Dennis Misigoy LPF 32,177
0.41%
Steven B. Grant NPA 31,816
0.41%
Tuan TQ Nguyen NPA 17,385
0.22%
Uloma Uma Ekpete WRI 42
0%
Edward A. Gray WRI 190
0%
Howard Knepper WRI 2
0%
Moses Quiles WRI 33
0%
Total    7,758,014


Representative in Congress, District 9
Candidate Party Votes Received
Scotty Moore REP 93,827
46.36%
Darren Soto DEM 108,541
53.64%
Total    202,368


Governor and Lieutenant Governor
Candidate Party Votes Received
DeSantis / Nuñez REP 4,614,210
59.37%
Crist / Hernandez DEM 3,106,313
39.97%
Roos / Rorabaugh LPF 19,299
0.25%
Gimenez / Gibson NPA 31,577
0.41%
Total    7,771,399


Attorney General
Candidate Party Votes Received
Ashley Moody REP 4,651,279
60.59%
Aramis Ayala DEM 3,025,943
39.41%
Total    7,677,222


Chief Financial Officer
Candidate Party Votes Received
Jimmy Patronis REP 4,528,811
59.48%
Adam Hattersley DEM 3,085,697
40.52%
Total    7,614,508


Commissioner of Agriculture
Candidate Party Votes Received
Wilton Simpson REP 4,510,644
59.3%
Naomi Esther Blemur DEM 3,095,786
40.7%
Total    7,606,430


State Senator, District 25
Candidate Party Votes Received
Peter A. Vivaldi Jr REP 63,288
47.44%
Victor M. Torres Jr DEM 70,120
52.56%
Total    133,408


State Representative, District 35
Candidate Party Votes Received
Fred Hawkins REP 32,858
55.41%
Rishi Bagga DEM 26,447
44.59%
Total    59,305


State Representative, District 45
Candidate Party Votes Received
Carolina Amesty REP 35,595
53.32%
Allie Braswell DEM 31,160
46.68%
Total    66,755


State Representative, District 46
Candidate Party Votes Received
Christian De La Torre REP 13,393
38.75%
Kristen Arrington DEM 20,146
58.28%
Ivan A. Rivera NPA 1,026
2.97%
Total    34,565


State Representative, District 47
Candidate Party Votes Received
Paula A. Stark REP 23,825
50.94%
Anthony Nieves DEM 22,947
49.06%
Total    46,772


Justice of the Supreme Court
Shall Justice Charles T. Canady be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 4,358,437
63.96%
No 2,455,875
36.04%
Total    6,814,312


Shall Justice John D. Couriel be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 4,305,014
63.66%
No 2,457,705
36.34%
Total    6,762,719


Shall Justice Jamie Grosshans be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 4,306,135
63.83%
No 2,439,942
36.17%
Total    6,746,077


Shall Justice Jorge Labarga be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 4,197,872
62.35%
No 2,535,034
37.65%
Total    6,732,906


Shall Justice Ricky Polston be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 4,240,078
63.03%
No 2,486,947
36.97%
Total    6,727,025


Fifth District Court of Appeal
Shall Judge Jay Cohen be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,100,786
64.69%
No 600,767
35.31%
Total    1,701,553


Shall Judge James A. Edwards be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,172,967
69.3%
No 519,622
30.7%
Total    1,692,589


Shall Judge Brian D. Lambert be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,174,128
69.34%
No 519,189
30.66%
Total    1,693,317


Shall Judge Mary Nardella be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,128,706
66.62%
No 565,601
33.38%
Total    1,694,307


Shall Judge Dan Traver be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,136,120
67.27%
No 552,676
32.73%
Total    1,688,796


Shall Judge Carrie Ann Wozniak be retained in Office?
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes 1,147,273
67.87%
No 543,002
32.13%
Total    1,690,275


Amendment No. 1
Limitation on Assessment of Real Property Used for Residential Purposes
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 4,015,949
57.26%
No for Rejection 2,997,125
42.74%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,013,074


Amendment No. 2
Abolishing the Constitution Revision Commission
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 3,744,873
53.87%
No for Rejection 3,206,717
46.13%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    6,951,590


Amendment No. 3
Additional Homestead Property Tax Exemption for Specified Critical Public Services Workforce
Ballot Choice Votes Received
Yes for Approval 4,215,542
58.68%
No for Rejection 2,968,686
41.32%
Amendments require 60% to pass
Total    7,184,228




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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