All Contests for Orange County

U.S. Representative, District 5

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Glo Smith
REP
59,237
34.53%
Corrine Brown
DEM
112,340
65.47%
171,577Total

U.S. Representative, District 7

CandidatePartyVotes Received
John Mica
REP
144,474
63.6%
Wes Neuman
DEM
73,011
32.14%
Al Krulick
NPA
9,679
4.26%
227,164Total

U.S. Representative, District 8

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Bill Posey
REP
180,728
65.84%
Gabriel Rothblatt
DEM
93,724
34.14%
Christopher L. Duncan Jr.
WRI
61
0.02%
274,513Total

U.S. Representative, District 9

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Carol Platt
REP
74,963
43.11%
Alan Grayson
DEM
93,850
53.97%
Marko Milakovich
NPA
5,060
2.91%
Leon Leo Ray
WRI
5
0%
173,878Total

U.S. Representative, District 10

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Daniel Webster
REP
143,128
61.54%
Michael McKenna
DEM
89,426
38.45%
David B. Falstad
WRI
20
0.01%
232,574Total

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Scott / Lopez-Cantera
REP
2,865,343
48.14%
Crist / Taddeo
DEM
2,801,198
47.07%
Wyllie / Roe
LPF
223,356
3.75%
Khavari / Jones
NPA
20,186
0.34%
Burkett / Matos
NPA
41,341
0.69%
Blass / Wirengard
WRI
15
0%
Devine / Smith
WRI
6
0%
Harris / Harris
WRI
21
0%
Lee / Lockett
WRI
4
0%
Tolbert / Timmon
WRI
91
0%
5,951,561Total

Attorney General

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Pam Bondi
REP
3,222,524
55.09%
George Sheldon
DEM
2,457,317
42.01%
Bill Wohlsifer
LPF
169,394
2.9%
5,849,235Total

Chief Financial Officer

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Jeff Atwater
REP
3,353,897
58.93%
William "Will" Rankin
DEM
2,337,727
41.07%
5,691,624Total

Commissioner of Agriculture

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Adam Putnam
REP
3,342,392
58.65%
Thaddeus Thad Hamilton
DEM
2,356,178
41.35%
Jeffrey M. Obos
WRI
213
0%
5,698,783Total

State Senator, District 12

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Edward DeAguilera
REP
39,456
37.03%
Geraldine F. Thompson
DEM
67,084
62.97%
106,540Total

State Senator, District 14

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Darren Soto
DEM
71,029
75.04%
Devin Norton
NPA
23,625
24.96%
94,654Total

State Representative, District 30

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Bob Cortes
REP
24,776
51.38%
Karen Castor Dentel
DEM
23,448
48.62%
48,224Total

State Representative, District 44

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Eric Eisnaugle
REP
28,251
64.6%
Matthew Falconer
NPA
15,478
35.4%
43,729Total

State Representative, District 46

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Bruce Antone
DEM
21,834
99.86%
James W. Anderson Jr.
WRI
30
0.14%
21,864Total

State Representative, District 47

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Mike Miller
REP
30,303
51.94%
Linda Stewart
DEM
28,039
48.06%
58,342Total

State Representative, District 49

CandidatePartyVotes Received
René "Coach P" Plasencia
REP
19,119
50.95%
Joe Saunders
DEM
18,405
49.05%
37,524Total

Fifth District Court of Appeal

Shall Judge Wendy W. Berger be retained in Office?

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Yes
NOP
914,213
73.6%
No
NOP
327,939
26.4%
1,242,152Total

Shall Judge Kerry I. Evander be retained in Office?

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Yes
NOP
890,748
72.46%
No
NOP
338,620
27.54%
1,229,368Total

Shall Judge Charles Alan Lawson be retained in Office?

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Yes
NOP
890,400
72.57%
No
NOP
336,635
27.43%
1,227,035Total

Shall Judge Richard B. Orfinger be retained in Office?

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Yes
NOP
864,493
70.89%
No
NOP
354,975
29.11%
1,219,468Total

Shall Judge William David Palmer be retained in Office?

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Yes
NOP
885,889
72.71%
No
NOP
332,461
27.29%
1,218,350Total

Shall Judge Thomas D. Sawaya be retained in Office?

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Yes
NOP
860,368
70.78%
No
NOP
355,233
29.22%
1,215,601Total

Shall Judge F. Rand Wallis be retained in Office?

CandidatePartyVotes Received
Yes
NOP
865,278
71.24%
No
NOP
349,244
28.76%
1,214,522Total

Amendment No. 1

Water and Land Conservation - Dedicates funds to acquire and restore Florida conservation and recreation lands

Ballot ChoicePartyVotes Received
Yes for Approval
NOP
4,238,739
74.96%
No for Rejection
NOP
1,415,924
25.04%
5,654,663Total

Amendment No. 2

Use of Marijuana for Certain Medical Conditions

Ballot ChoicePartyVotes Received
Yes for Approval
NOP
3,370,761
57.62%
No for Rejection
NOP
2,478,993
42.38%
5,849,754Total

Amendment No. 3

PROSPECTIVE APPOINTMENT OF CERTAIN JUDICIAL VACANCIES

Ballot ChoicePartyVotes Received
Yes for Approval
NOP
2,576,737
47.9%
No for Rejection
NOP
2,802,541
52.1%
5,379,278Total