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2010 Florida: Senate county Results

County Marco Rubio Charlie Crist Kendrick Meek Precincts Reporting
Alachua  40% - 29,825  31% - 22,935  29% - 21,314
Baker  69% - 5,435  18% - 1,448  13% - 1,031
Bay  74% - 40,408  15% - 8,468  11% - 6,028
Bradford  64% - 5,156  19% - 1,518  17% - 1,374
Brevard  55% - 107,930  29% - 57,421  16% - 32,069
Broward  32% - 133,264  36% - 152,389  32% - 133,026
Calhoun  66% - 2,772  20% - 828  14% - 597
Charlotte  52% - 31,258  36% - 21,554  12% - 6,932
Citrus  50% - 27,517  38% - 21,055  12% - 6,374
Clay  70% - 44,926  18% - 11,614  11% - 7,253
Collier  65% - 66,349  27% - 27,570  9% - 8,876
Columbia  63% - 11,874  21% - 3,997  16% - 3,056
DeSoto  52% - 3,608  32% - 2,201  16% - 1,104
Dixie  60% - 3,038  22% - 1,141  18% - 914
Duval  53% - 140,447  19% - 49,902  27% - 72,184
Escambia  57% - 55,364  24% - 23,015  19% - 18,377
Flagler  53% - 17,617  27% - 9,138  20% - 6,764
Franklin  55% - 2,223  28% - 1,135  16% - 654
Gadsden  26% - 4,411  26% - 4,346  47% - 7,894
Gilchrist  66% - 3,531  22% - 1,166  12% - 646
Glades  58% - 1,598  30% - 829  12% - 341
Gulf  69% - 3,441  16% - 806  15% - 724
Hamilton  50% - 1,966  22% - 858  28% - 1,098
Hardee  55% - 2,862  30% - 1,580  15% - 771
Hendry  57% - 3,681  23% - 1,473  21% - 1,355
Hernando  47% - 27,413  40% - 23,260  14% - 8,020
Highlands  55% - 16,489  30% - 9,101  15% - 4,360
Hillsborough  45% - 144,906  35% - 111,138  20% - 63,451
Holmes  76% - 4,501  14% - 845  10% - 570
Indian River  61% - 29,288  26% - 12,391  13% - 6,053
Jackson  62% - 9,115  15% - 2,260  23% - 3,434
Jefferson  40% - 2,476  30% - 1,852  30% - 1,886
Lafayette  66% - 1,614  23% - 565  11% - 277
Lake  60% - 60,967  22% - 22,621  18% - 18,770
Lee  58% - 103,169  32% - 57,365  10% - 18,655
Leon  34% - 34,222  41% - 41,151  25% - 24,689
Levy  60% - 7,613  22% - 2,757  18% - 2,250
Liberty  57% - 1,228  29% - 613  14% - 304
Madison  44% - 2,758  24% - 1,492  32% - 1,990
Manatee  50% - 53,127  37% - 39,164  13% - 14,363
Marion  56% - 64,565  25% - 28,682  19% - 21,377
Martin  58% - 31,935  31% - 16,818  11% - 5,922
Miami-Dade  45% - 220,305  25% - 123,954  30% - 146,029
Monroe  43% - 11,282  41% - 10,707  16% - 4,252
Nassau  69% - 18,458  20% - 5,306  12% - 3,153
Okaloosa  72% - 44,084  18% - 10,912  10% - 6,007
Okeechobee  55% - 4,550  31% - 2,569  13% - 1,106
Orange  48% - 130,903  23% - 62,897  29% - 79,616
Osceola  49% - 26,008  23% - 12,291  28% - 15,100
Palm Beach  40% - 153,256  41% - 157,403  19% - 75,242
Pasco  47% - 64,141  40% - 55,368  13% - 17,589
Pinellas  40% - 122,339  43% - 131,704  17% - 51,629
Polk  49% - 79,274  32% - 50,820  19% - 30,899
Putnam  60% - 12,869  20% - 4,184  20% - 4,351
Santa Rosa  71% - 35,461  21% - 10,601  8% - 3,837
Sarasota  47% - 68,284  41% - 60,167  12% - 18,279
Seminole  58% - 76,550  23% - 30,061  20% - 26,449
St. Johns  66% - 49,761  23% - 17,148  11% - 8,365
St. Lucie  48% - 36,218  30% - 23,093  22% - 16,472
Sumter  64% - 26,805  23% - 9,766  13% - 5,613
Suwannee  66% - 8,783  21% - 2,772  13% - 1,776
Taylor  60% - 3,932  23% - 1,517  17% - 1,096
Union  64% - 2,266  20% - 717  16% - 585
Volusia  50% - 79,727  28% - 44,321  21% - 33,913
Wakulla  50% - 5,431  37% - 4,050  13% - 1,439
Walton  73% - 13,613  18% - 3,341  10% - 1,820
Washington  70% - 5,556  15% - 1,168  15% - 1,192
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Balance of Power
Senate
55
45
House
203
232
Governor
21
29
Democrat
Republican