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2012 Florida: Senate county Results

County Bill Nelson Connie Mack William Gaylor Chris Borgia Precincts Reporting
Alachua  62% - 72,383  36% - 41,810  1% - 1,365  1% - 1,085
Baker  35% - 3,883  62% - 6,940  2% - 216  1% - 99
Bay  36% - 28,468  61% - 47,519  2% - 1,599  1% - 882
Bradford  40% - 4,527  58% - 6,604  2% - 233  1% - 93
Brevard  51% - 142,048  46% - 127,153  2% - 6,428  1% - 3,194
Broward  70% - 510,302  29% - 212,577  1% - 5,375  1% - 4,783
Calhoun  45% - 2,737  50% - 3,035  3% - 179  1% - 81
Charlotte  45% - 37,607  51% - 42,161  3% - 2,185  1% - 1,023
Citrus  48% - 34,568  48% - 35,108  3% - 1,821  2% - 1,123
Clay  33% - 30,986  64% - 59,560  2% - 1,996  1% - 1,146
Collier  38% - 54,770  59% - 85,182  2% - 2,211  1% - 1,325
Columbia  40% - 10,725  57% - 15,055  2% - 583  1% - 236
DeSoto  48% - 4,637  48% - 4,661  3% - 242  1% - 106
Dixie  40% - 2,724  56% - 3,755  3% - 174  1% - 84
Duval  53% - 211,424  44% - 177,912  2% - 6,979  1% - 4,799
Escambia  45% - 64,773  53% - 76,859  1% - 1,929  1% - 1,236
Flagler  52% - 25,427  45% - 22,027  2% - 904  1% - 555
Franklin  49% - 2,622  49% - 2,621  2% - 82  1% - 51
Gadsden  74% - 16,440  24% - 5,427  1% - 201  1% - 113
Gilchrist  36% - 2,783  61% - 4,692  2% - 158  1% - 80
Glades  47% - 1,823  49% - 1,903  2% - 93  1% - 47
Gulf  44% - 3,122  52% - 3,675  2% - 166  1% - 63
Hamilton  49% - 2,560  49% - 2,553  2% - 99  1% - 46
Hardee  44% - 3,099  51% - 3,609  3% - 223  1% - 102
Hendry  50% - 5,002  46% - 4,632  2% - 204  1% - 129
Hernando  53% - 43,654  43% - 34,873  2% - 1,983  1% - 1,182
Highlands  47% - 19,109  50% - 20,352  2% - 1,008  1% - 500
Hillsborough  59% - 308,682  39% - 203,356  1% - 7,736  1% - 5,606
Holmes  27% - 2,236  69% - 5,589  3% - 209  1% - 106
Indian River  43% - 29,556  54% - 36,544  2% - 1,265  1% - 879
Jackson  46% - 9,574  51% - 10,624  2% - 316  1% - 168
Jefferson  60% - 4,549  38% - 2,941  1% - 98  1% - 53
Lafayette  33% - 1,119  64% - 2,130  2% - 57  1% - 39
Lake  48% - 69,784  49% - 71,458  2% - 3,418  1% - 1,600
Lee  45% - 117,701  51% - 133,700  2% - 5,364  1% - 2,901
Leon  66% - 94,310  32% - 46,381  1% - 1,615  1% - 1,217
Levy  44% - 7,831  53% - 9,556  2% - 433  1% - 176
Liberty  49% - 1,587  48% - 1,539  2% - 69  1% - 42
Madison  56% - 4,761  42% - 3,545  2% - 134  1% - 78
Manatee  49% - 73,959  47% - 70,714  2% - 3,258  1% - 1,687
Marion  49% - 76,920  48% - 75,962  2% - 3,452  1% - 1,774
Martin  44% - 33,761  54% - 40,898  1% - 982  1% - 568
Miami-Dade  63% - 522,912  35% - 292,443  1% - 5,551  1% - 6,174
Monroe  52% - 19,495  46% - 17,013  1% - 467  1% - 300
Nassau  34% - 13,311  63% - 24,770  2% - 780  1% - 475
Okaloosa  29% - 27,073  67% - 61,771  2% - 2,123  1% - 1,153
Okeechobee  50% - 5,972  47% - 5,552  2% - 254  1% - 160
Orange  63% - 282,638  35% - 153,669  1% - 5,590  1% - 3,385
Osceola  66% - 69,654  31% - 32,322  2% - 1,749  1% - 1,113
Palm Beach  64% - 362,319  35% - 198,136  1% - 4,723  1% - 3,600
Pasco  54% - 111,665  42% - 87,534  2% - 4,926  2% - 3,464
Pinellas  59% - 263,320  38% - 167,328  2% - 8,304  1% - 6,312
Polk  52% - 126,712  44% - 107,383  2% - 4,859  1% - 2,690
Putnam  47% - 14,559  49% - 14,942  3% - 808  1% - 419
Santa Rosa  29% - 21,884  68% - 50,758  2% - 1,515  1% - 883
Sarasota  51% - 102,538  46% - 93,487  2% - 3,311  1% - 1,983
Seminole  53% - 106,362  45% - 90,174  1% - 2,863  1% - 2,232
St. Johns  37% - 41,141  60% - 66,609  2% - 2,218  1% - 1,497
St. Lucie  59% - 70,179  39% - 45,989  1% - 1,557  1% - 1,218
Sumter  40% - 23,406  58% - 34,056  2% - 1,182  1% - 558
Suwannee  36% - 6,276  60% - 10,479  2% - 430  1% - 169
Taylor  44% - 3,912  54% - 4,802  2% - 175  1% - 81
Union  39% - 2,057  58% - 3,070  2% - 93  1% - 52
Volusia  55% - 126,280  42% - 95,914  2% - 4,275  1% - 2,486
Wakulla  47% - 6,699  50% - 7,095  2% - 352  1% - 187
Walton  30% - 8,476  66% - 18,428  2% - 635  1% - 279
Washington  38% - 4,161  58% - 6,338  2% - 261  1% - 113
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Balance of Power
Senate
55
45
House
203
232
Governor
21
29
Democrat
Republican