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FLORIDA

Full President
RACE STATUS CANDIDATE VOTE VOTE % PRECINCTS LOCAL EXIT POLLS
President: Florida
(27 electoral votes)
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanBush
(Incumbent)
3,964,522 52%100% of precincts reporting votes by countyvoter survey results
 
DemocraticKerry
3,583,544 47%
 
ReformNader
32,971 1%
 
LibertarianBadnarik
11,996 0%
 
ConstitutionPeroutka
6,626 0%
 
GreenCobb
3,917 0%
 
SocialistBrown
3,502 0%
Full FL 
Socialist WorkerHarris
2,732 0%
Full Senate
RACE STATUS CANDIDATE VOTE VOTE % PRECINCTS LOCAL EXIT POLLS
Florida Senate
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanMartinez
3,672,864 50%100% of precincts reporting votes by countyvoter survey results
 
DemocraticCastor
3,590,201 48%
Full FL 
Veterans PartyBradley
166,642 2%
Full House
RACE STATUS CANDIDATE VOTE VOTE % PRECINCTS LOCAL EXIT POLLS
Florida 01
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanMiller
(Incumbent)
236,604 77%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticCoutu
72,506 23%
Florida 02
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
DemocraticBoyd
(Incumbent)
201,577 62%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
RepublicanKilmer
125,399 38%
Florida 03
Updated: 10:35 p.m. ET
DemocraticBrown
(Incumbent)
This candidate is running unopposed
Florida 04
Updated: 10:35 p.m. ET
RepublicanCrenshaw
(Incumbent)
This candidate is running unopposed
Florida 05
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanBrown-Waite
(Incumbent)
240,315 66%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticWhittel
124,140 34%
Florida 06
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanStearns
(Incumbent)
211,137 64%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticBruderly
116,680 36%
Florida 07
Updated: 10:35 p.m. ET
RepublicanMica
(Incumbent)
This candidate is running unopposed
Florida 08
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanKeller
(Incumbent)
172,232 61%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticMurray
112,343 39%
Florida 09
Updated: 10:35 p.m. ET
RepublicanBilirakis
(Incumbent)
This candidate is running unopposed
Florida 10
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanYoung
(Incumbent)
207,175 69%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticDerry
91,658 31%
Florida 11
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
DemocraticDavis
(Incumbent)
191,780 86%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
LibertarianJohnson
31,579 14%
Florida 12
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanPutnam
(Incumbent)
179,204 65%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticHagenmaier
96,965 35%
Florida 13
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanHarris
(Incumbent)
190,477 55%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticSchneider
153,961 45%
Florida 14
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanMack
226,662 68%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticNeeld
108,672 32%
Florida 15
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanWeldon
(Incumbent)
210,388 65%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticPristoop
111,538 35%
Florida 16
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanFoley
(Incumbent)
215,563 68%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticFisher
101,247 32%
Florida 17
Updated: 10:35 p.m. ET
DemocraticMeek
(Incumbent)
This candidate is running unopposed
Florida 18
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanRos-Lehtinen
(Incumbent)
143,647 65%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticSheldon
78,281 35%
Florida 19
Updated: 10:35 p.m. ET
DemocraticWexler
(Incumbent)
This candidate is running unopposed
Florida 20
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
DemocraticWasserman Schultz
191,195 70%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
RepublicanHostetter
81,213 30%
Florida 21
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanDiaz-Balart
(Incumbent)
146,507 73%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
LibertarianGonzalez
54,736 27%
Florida 22
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
RepublicanShaw
(Incumbent)
192,581 63%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 
DemocraticStork
108,258 35%
Full FL 
ConstitutionMcLain
5,260 2%
Florida 23
Updated: 10:35 p.m. ET
DemocraticHastings
(Incumbent)
This candidate is running unopposed
Florida 24
Updated: 10:35 p.m. ET
RepublicanFeeney
(Incumbent)
This candidate is running unopposed
Florida 25
Updated: 10:35 p.m. ET
RepublicanDiaz-Balart
(Incumbent)
This candidate is running unopposed
Full Ballot Measures
RACE STATUS OPTIONS VOTE VOTE % PRECINCTS LOCAL EXIT POLLS
Florida Amendment 1:
Parental Notification
Updated: 5:33 p.m. ET
Yes4,639,635 65%100% of precincts reporting votes by countynot available
 No2,534,910 35%
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• Term limits prohibit Republican Gov. Jeb Bush from running again after his second term in 2006. Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson faces re-election that same year.
• Democratic candidate Jim Stork dropped out of the 22nd Congressional District race in September, citing health concerns. Stork's name remains on the ballot but a judge ruled that his votes will go to his replacement, Robin Rorapaugh.
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