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P620 Community Blog #1
August 27, 2014.
Will be updated once I can get my hands on election data from our precinct. They seem to have done a real good job of hiding the spreadsheets on the Supervisor of Election's website this year...

Yesterday was the final day of voting for the primaries in the state of Florida. Below I'll record the results from my voting precinct in a format that's hopefully easier to read than what the government publishes.

Florida Governor
Statewide: Charlie Crist (74.37%), Nan Rich (25.63%)
Orange County: Charlie Crist (77.08%), Nan Rich (22.92%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Florida Attorney General
Statewide: George Sheldon (60.66%), Perry E. Thurston (39.34%)
Orange County: George Sheldon (53.31%), Perry E. Thurston (46.69%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

U.S. House of Representatives (District 5)
No Race

Florida Senate (District 12)
Orange County: Geraldine F. Thompson (64.12%), Gary Siplin (35.88%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Florida House (District 46)
No Race

Orange County Clerk of the Courts
Orange County: Tiffany Moore Russell (69.38%), James "Jimmy" Auffant (30.62%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Orange County Commission (District 6)
District 6: Victoria Siplin (28.52%), Derrick "Shine" Wallace (20.9), Virginia Whittington (17.9%), Roberta Walton (15.44%), Homer Hartage (11.66%), Lawanna Gelzer (5.6%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

OCPS School Board (District 5):
No Race

Special Orange County Referendums

Earned Sick Time*
Orange County: Yes (63.94%), No(36.06%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Sales Surtax**
Orange County: FOR the One-Half Cent Tax (63.95%), AGAINST the One-Half Cent Tax (36.05%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

more Primary Elections Results below the cut...

Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida:
"Serving Orange & Osceola Counties", led by Chief Judge Belvin Perry, Jr.

Group 10
overall: Kim Shepard (59.93%), Norberto Katz (40.07%)
Orange County: Kim Shepard (59.45%), Norberto Katz (40.55%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Group 12
overall: Margaret Schreiber (66.71%), Frank George (33.29%)
Orange County: Margaret Schreiber (67.31%), Frank George (32.69%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Group 18
overall: Elaine Barbour (69.21%), Harold M. Bacchus (17.2%), James Timothy Hetz (13.28%)
Orange County: Elaine Barbour (69.53%), Harold M. Bacchus (17.2%), James Timothy Hetz (13.28%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Group 30
overall: Kevin B. Weiss (79.55%), Orley Burey (20.45%)
Orange County: Kevin B. Weiss (79.76%), Orley Burey (20.24%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Group 32
overall: Diana Tennis (51.23), Patricia Strowbridge (48.77%)
Orange County: Diana Tennis (52.17%), Patricia Strowbridge (47.83%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Group 33
overall: Heather Pinder Rodriguez (61.94%), Roger Scott (38.06%)
Orange County: Heather Pinder Rodriguez (62.89%), Roger Scott (37.11%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Group 35
overall: Janet C. Thorpe (69.75%), Bradford D. Fisher (30.25%)
Orange County: Janet C. Thorpe (70.6%), Bradford D. Fisher (29.4%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Group 37
overall: Scott Polodna (64.94%), Gino Feliciani (35.06%)
Orange County: Scott Polodna (64.64%), Gino Feliciani (35.36%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Orange County Court
Group 10
Orange County: Tina Caraballo (45.05%), Ken Barlow (36.44%), Blaine McChesney (18.5%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published

Group 15
Orange County: Brian Duckworth (64.97%), Will Jay (35.03%)
Precinct 620: data not yet published


* "A Proposal To Guarantee Earned Sick Time for Employees of
Businesses in Orange County"

Shall Orange County adopt an ordinance providing that employees of
businesses in Orange County earn up to 56 hours of sick time each
year unless the business provides more - with pay required only in
businesses with 15 or more employees as defined - to seek medical
care, recover from illness/injury, care for a family member as defined,
or use when necessary during a public health emergency, with such
ordinance enforceable in court?
** "One-Half Cent Sales Surtax for School Construction, Renovation,
Technology Retrofitting and Land Acquisition"
Shall the school board of Orange County, Florida renew the current
one-half cent sales surtax to fund the construction and renovation of
school facilities including the costs of retrofitting and providing
technology implementation and any related land acquisition, land
improvement, design and engineering costs, including any bond
indebtedness with continued oversight by an independent committee,
beginning January 1, 2016 and ending December 31, 2025?
Poll

Do you feel informed enough to vote in judiciary races?

20%9 votes
72%32 votes
6%3 votes

| 44 votes | Vote | Results

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