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2004 Florida: Senate county Results

County Betty Castor Mel Martinez Dennis Bradley Precincts Reporting
Alachua  59% - 63,809  40% - 43,074  2% - 1,802
Baker  29% - 2,853  69% - 6,815  2% - 186
Bay  30% - 22,190  68% - 49,639  2% - 1,564
Bradford  37% - 3,938  61% - 6,534  3% - 270
Brevard  43% - 111,477  54% - 142,394  3% - 7,682
Broward  64% - 442,728  34% - 231,266  2% - 13,780
Calhoun  43% - 2,526  54% - 3,133  3% - 175
Charlotte  42% - 32,837  55% - 43,079  2% - 1,729
Citrus  46% - 31,699  50% - 33,998  4% - 2,742
Clay  26% - 20,831  72% - 58,131  2% - 1,503
Collier  32% - 40,332  66% - 81,948  2% - 1,934
Columbia  40% - 9,780  57% - 14,014  3% - 726
DeSoto  43% - 4,031  54% - 4,994  3% - 295
Dixie  43% - 2,735  53% - 3,322  4% - 250
Duval  44% - 163,748  55% - 205,001  2% - 6,160
Escambia  35% - 48,274  64% - 88,787  2% - 2,632
Flagler  49% - 18,812  48% - 18,294  2% - 904
Franklin  50% - 2,886  47% - 2,706  3% - 150
Gadsden  73% - 15,246  25% - 5,230  2% - 316
Gilchrist  37% - 2,578  59% - 4,060  4% - 258
Glades  44% - 1,821  52% - 2,147  4% - 149
Gulf  40% - 2,858  57% - 4,086  3% - 180
Hamilton  53% - 2,597  45% - 2,206  3% - 127
Hardee  39% - 2,806  56% - 4,024  4% - 307
Hendry  42% - 4,027  56% - 5,350  2% - 219
Hernando  50% - 39,634  46% - 36,557  4% - 3,143
Highlands  42% - 17,196  55% - 22,326  3% - 1,278
Hillsborough  51% - 230,298  46% - 207,331  2% - 10,261
Holmes  32% - 2,608  63% - 5,114  4% - 342
Indian River  40% - 23,511  58% - 34,338  3% - 1,543
Jackson  44% - 8,605  54% - 10,449  2% - 395
Jefferson  61% - 4,504  37% - 2,722  2% - 145
Lafayette  43% - 1,390  55% - 1,768  3% - 82
Lake  41% - 49,635  56% - 68,425  3% - 3,319
Lee  38% - 89,048  60% - 139,810  2% - 4,531
Leon  65% - 86,180  34% - 45,453  1% - 1,691
Levy  44% - 7,129  53% - 8,735  3% - 497
Liberty  49% - 1,459  49% - 1,448  2% - 63
Madison  57% - 4,640  41% - 3,318  3% - 219
Manatee  46% - 64,795  52% - 72,829  3% - 3,699
Marion  44% - 60,814  53% - 73,530  3% - 3,799
Martin  42% - 29,868  55% - 39,076  2% - 1,579
Miami-Dade  49% - 366,482  49% - 367,867  2% - 13,202
Monroe  50% - 18,961  47% - 18,075  3% - 1,267
Nassau  30% - 9,519  68% - 21,893  2% - 595
Okaloosa  23% - 19,645  75% - 65,146  3% - 2,413
Okeechobee  46% - 5,464  50% - 5,959  4% - 496
Orange  49% - 187,549  49% - 188,121  2% - 7,081
Osceola  45% - 36,569  52% - 42,103  3% - 2,296
Palm Beach  60% - 318,042  38% - 200,442  2% - 9,566
Pasco  49% - 90,761  48% - 89,420  3% - 6,044
Pinellas  53% - 234,451  44% - 197,640  3% - 12,379
Polk  45% - 93,231  52% - 108,774  3% - 6,051
Putnam  45% - 13,701  52% - 15,941  3% - 876
Santa Rosa  23% - 15,165  75% - 49,149  2% - 1,524
Sarasota  48% - 91,651  50% - 95,425  2% - 3,455
Seminole  42% - 76,579  56% - 102,898  2% - 3,914
St. Johns  32% - 27,319  66% - 56,251  2% - 1,420
St. Lucie  52% - 50,660  45% - 44,436  3% - 2,905
Sumter  41% - 12,844  57% - 17,929  2% - 656
Suwannee  39% - 6,069  58% - 9,095  3% - 397
Taylor  47% - 3,972  50% - 4,241  3% - 241
Union  35% - 1,632  62% - 2,874  2% - 93
Volusia  51% - 114,932  46% - 104,032  3% - 6,174
Wakulla  52% - 6,048  45% - 5,240  3% - 331
Walton  29% - 6,770  69% - 16,038  3% - 585
Washington  34% - 3,452  63% - 6,414  2% - 242
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Balance of Power
Senate
55
45
House
203
232
Governor
21
29
Democrat
Republican