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2010 Florida: Gubernatorial Alachua Results

County Alex Sink Rick Scott Peter Allen Precincts Reporting
Alachua  60% - 43,933  38% - 28,129  2% - 1,249
Baker  35% - 2,731  63% - 4,940  2% - 159
Bay  29% - 15,689  67% - 36,512  4% - 1,934
Bradford  37% - 2,983  61% - 4,850  2% - 153
Brevard  42% - 80,865  55% - 106,838  3% - 6,181
Broward  65% - 271,606  34% - 140,445  1% - 5,673
Calhoun  44% - 1,855  52% - 2,201  4% - 156
Charlotte  41% - 23,838  55% - 32,207  4% - 2,434
Citrus  40% - 21,596  56% - 29,925  4% - 2,225
Clay  27% - 17,246  71% - 44,547  2% - 1,250
Collier  33% - 33,408  66% - 66,960  2% - 1,793
Columbia  38% - 7,068  59% - 11,089  3% - 521
DeSoto  43% - 2,887  54% - 3,667  3% - 221
Dixie  41% - 2,058  56% - 2,810  3% - 176
Duval  46% - 120,097  52% - 135,074  2% - 4,462
Escambia  39% - 36,873  58% - 54,607  3% - 3,169
Flagler  44% - 14,430  54% - 17,711  3% - 910
Franklin  49% - 1,945  49% - 1,938  3% - 106
Gadsden  73% - 12,067  26% - 4,324  1% - 179
Gilchrist  34% - 1,797  63% - 3,321  3% - 165
Glades  39% - 1,072  59% - 1,616  2% - 61
Gulf  36% - 1,779  60% - 2,960  4% - 193
Hamilton  48% - 1,865  49% - 1,919  3% - 127
Hardee  37% - 1,881  61% - 3,116  3% - 146
Hendry  43% - 2,743  55% - 3,551  2% - 116
Hernando  44% - 25,127  52% - 30,056  4% - 2,129
Highlands  38% - 11,143  59% - 17,171  4% - 1,036
Hillsborough  51% - 158,995  47% - 148,429  2% - 6,956
Holmes  27% - 1,636  68% - 4,067  4% - 252
Indian River  38% - 17,650  60% - 27,935  3% - 1,304
Jackson  47% - 6,898  50% - 7,420  3% - 400
Jefferson  59% - 3,606  40% - 2,455  2% - 100
Lafayette  40% - 980  57% - 1,405  3% - 67
Lake  40% - 40,400  57% - 56,790  3% - 3,300
Lee  38% - 68,041  60% - 107,460  3% - 4,610
Leon  67% - 66,477  32% - 31,328  1% - 1,243
Levy  38% - 4,711  59% - 7,405  3% - 432
Liberty  49% - 1,050  48% - 1,020  4% - 77
Madison  53% - 3,281  45% - 2,794  2% - 137
Manatee  42% - 44,284  55% - 57,459  3% - 3,011
Marion  41% - 46,449  55% - 61,978  4% - 4,040
Martin  41% - 21,946  57% - 30,416  3% - 1,397
Miami-Dade  57% - 274,638  42% - 204,918  1% - 4,345
Monroe  49% - 12,577  49% - 12,608  3% - 655
Nassau  29% - 7,683  69% - 18,275  2% - 610
Okaloosa  24% - 14,499  71% - 42,200  5% - 3,046
Okeechobee  42% - 3,375  55% - 4,453  3% - 244
Orange  55% - 147,509  44% - 117,191  2% - 4,617
Osceola  52% - 27,469  46% - 24,053  2% - 1,236
Palm Beach  59% - 223,194  40% - 151,406  2% - 6,389
Pasco  44% - 59,098  53% - 70,635  4% - 4,715
Pinellas  51% - 153,865  46% - 136,657  3% - 8,562
Polk  43% - 68,168  54% - 85,693  3% - 4,186
Putnam  39% - 8,237  59% - 12,438  2% - 484
Santa Rosa  25% - 12,371  71% - 34,523  4% - 2,016
Sarasota  46% - 66,551  51% - 73,089  3% - 4,082
Seminole  45% - 59,412  52% - 68,351  2% - 2,891
St. Johns  34% - 25,054  64% - 47,573  2% - 1,529
St. Lucie  51% - 38,029  46% - 34,321  3% - 2,251
Sumter  34% - 14,060  63% - 25,845  3% - 1,418
Suwannee  34% - 4,417  63% - 8,355  3% - 398
Taylor  38% - 2,457  60% - 3,910  3% - 176
Union  47% - 1,667  51% - 1,781  2% - 75
Volusia  48% - 73,765  50% - 77,039  3% - 4,310
Wakulla  47% - 5,121  50% - 5,439  2% - 246
Walton  27% - 5,072  69% - 12,744  4% - 759
Washington  32% - 2,511  64% - 4,993  4% - 341
Balance of Power
Senate
55
45
House
203
232
Governor
21
29
Democrat
Republican