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General Election Results
November 3, 1998

 

(Certified results)

Congressional (total ballots cast: 123,062)
United States Senator Total Percent
     Bob Graham (DEM) 75,490 62.02%
     Charlie Crist (REP) 46,222 37.98%
Representative in Congress
3rd Congressional District
(total ballots cast: 8,431)
     Corrine Brown (DEM) 5,136 62.71%
     Bill Randall (REP) 3,054 37.29%
State (total ballots cast: 123,062)
includes blank and over voted ballots
Governor/Lt. Governor
     Buddy MacKay (DEM)
          Rick Dantzler
57,229 46.83%
     Jeb Bush (REP)
          Frank Brogan
64,544 52.7%
     Write-In 572 0.47%
     L. Nelson
     "Mac" McAlexander
1 .0012%
Secretary of State (total ballots cast: 123,062)
     Karen Gievers (DEM) 56,426 47.48%
     Katherine Harris (REP) 62,406 52.52%
Attorney General (total ballots cast: 123,062)
     Bob Butterworth (DEM) 71,701 59.81%
     David H. (Dave) Bludworth (REP) 48,183 40.19%
Comptroller (total ballots cast: 123,062)
     Newall Jerome Daughtrey (DEM) 45,363 38.61%
     Bob Milligan (REP) 72,121 61.39%
Treasurer (total ballots cast: 123,062)
     Bill Nelson (DEM) 69,066 57.36%
     Tim Ireland (REP) 51,336 42.64%
Commissioner of Education (total ballots cast: 123,062)
     Peter Rudy Wallace (DEM) 52,207 43.78%
     Tom Gallagher (REP) 67,051 56.22%
Commissioner of Agriculture (total ballots cast: 123,062)
     Bob Crawford (DEM) 71,929 60.96%
     Rich Faircloth (REP) 46,062 39.04%
Legislative (total ballots cast: 7,818)
State Representative
     20th House District
     Doug Wiles (DEM) 3,324 44.30%
     Karen Stern (REP) 4,180 55.70%
State Representative
     26th House District
(total ballots cast: 29,353)
     Janet Bollum (DEM) 13,884 48.63%
     Pat Patterson (REP) 14,667 51.37%
State Representative
     27th House District
(total ballots cast: 30,211
      Freddye C. Moore (DEM) 10,916 37.22%
      Evelyn Lynn (REP) 18,410 62.78%
State Representative
     28th House District
(total ballots cast: 40,212)
     Suzanne M. Kosmas (DEM) 20,730 52.80%
     Jerry Gardner (REP) 18,532 47.20%
Nonpartisan County
Volusia County Council
(total ballots cast: 123,062)
At-large Total Percent
     Big John 61,229 52.94%
     Robert "Bob" Tuttle 54,430 47.06%
District 1(total ballots cast: 23,106) Total Percent
     Maureen France 9,502 44.54%
     Dwight D. Lewis 11,834 55.46%
District 3 (total ballots cast: 20, 181) Total Percent
     Frank T. Bruno, Jr. 11,468 63.33%
     Walter Fordham 6,639 36.67%
District 4 (total ballots cast: 25,330) Total Percent
     Joseph C. Jaynes 11,817 51.92%
     Stan Rosevear 10,943 48.08%
District 5 (total ballots cast: 26,533) Total Percent
      Phil Giorno 11,235 46.56%
      Ann McFall 12,896 53.44%
Member School Board
     District 1
(total ballots cast: 23,106)
Total Percent
      Sandy Kennedy 9,804 45.37%
      Jeff Timko 11,806 54.63%
Member School Board
     District 5
(total ballots cast: 26,533)
Total Percent
     Vicki Bumpus 14,982 62.94%
      Glenn R. Sweeney 8,823 37.06%
West Volusia Hospital
     Group B, Seat 2
(total ballots cast: 43,770)
Total Percent
      Tanner Andrews 18,166 48.64%
       Jeff Portman 19,180 51.36%
Volusia County Soil & Water Conservation
     Seat 3
(total ballots cast: 123,062)
Total Percent
      Edward D. Northey 47,223 46.83%
      Richard Truitt 53,607 53.17%
Nonpartisan Judicial (total ballots cast: 123,062)
Justice of the Supreme Court Total Percent
Shall Justice Major B. Harding of the Supreme Court be retained in office?    
     Yes 79,783 75.24%
     No 26,262 24.76%
District Court of Appeal Total Percent
Shall Judge Warren H. Cobb of the 5th District Court of Appeal be retained in office?    
     Yes 79,268 75.07%
     No 26,321 24.93%
Shall Judge Jacqueline R. Griffin of the Supreme Court be retained in office?    
     Yes 78,702 75.59%
     No 25,418 24.41%
Shall Judge Earle W. Peterson, Jr. of the 5th District Court of Appeal be retained in office?    
     Yes 78,614 75.94%
     No 24,907 24.06%
Shall Judge Winifred J. Sharp of the Supreme Court be retained in office?    
    Yes 78,542 75.61%
    No 25,338 24.39%
Proposed Constitutional Amendments Or Other Public Measures (total ballots cast: 123,062)
Amendment No. 1 -- Constitutional Amendment Article VII, Section 3 and 4; Article XII, Section 22 (Legislative)
Historic Property Tax Exemption and Assessment
     Yes 68,561 60.17%
     No 45,390 39.83%
Amendment No. 2 -- Constitutional Amendment Article I, Section 17  (Legislative)
Preservation of the Death Penalty; United States Supreme Court Interpretation of Cruel and Unusual Punishment
     Yes 83,762 72.28%
     No 32, 126 27.72%
Amendment No. 3 -- Constitutional Amendment Article VII, Section 6 (Legislative)
Additional Homestead Exemption
     Yes 89,029 76.29%
     No 27,675 23.71%
Amendment No. 4 -- Constitutional Amendment Article VIII, Section 1 (Legislative)
Recording of Instruments in Branch Offices
     Yes 83,327 76.03%
     No 26,275 23.97%
Amendment No. 5 -- Constitutional Revision Article II, Section 7(a); Article IV, Section 9; Article VII, Section 11(e)-(f); Article X, Section 18; Article XII, Section 22 (Constitution Revision Commission)
Conservation of Natural Resources and Creation of Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
     Yes 82,208 72.28%
     No 31,528 27.72%
Amendment No. 6 -- Constitutional Revision Article IX, Section 1 (Constitution Revision Commission)
Public Education of Children
     Yes 84,643 73.99%
     No 29,755 26.01%
Amendment No. 7 -- Constitutional Revision Article V, Subsections 10, 11(a)-(b), 12(a), (f), 14; Article XII, Section 22
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Local Option for Selection of Judges and Funding of State Courts
     Yes 66,641 59.46%
     No 45,431 40.54%
Amendment No. 8 -- Constitutional Revision Article II, Section 8(h)(i); Article III, Subsections 8(b), 16(b) and (f), 19(f)(3); Article IV, Subsections 3(b), 4, 7(a) and 8(a); Article VIII, Section 1(i); Article IX, Section 2; Article XI, Subsections 2(c), 3, 4, 5(a) and 6(e); Article XII, subsections 9(c)(5) and 22
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Restructuring the State Cabinet
     Yes 62,977 57.65%
     No 46,264 42.35%
Amendment No. 9 -- Constitutional Revision Article I, Section 2
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Basic Rights
     Yes 77,132 68,93%
     No 34,770 31.07%
Amendment No. 10 -- Constitutional Revision Article VII, Section 3(a), (f) and (g); Article VIII, Section 7
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Local and Municipal Property Tax Exemptions and Citizen Access to Local Officials
     Yes 61,666 55.74%
     No 48,973 44.26%
Amendment No. 11 -- Constitutional Revision Article IV, Section 5(a); Article VI, Subsections 1, 2, 5, 7; Article IX, Section 4(a)
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Ballot Access, Public Campaign Financing, and Election Process Revisions
     Yes 74,060 67.10%
     No 36,305 32.90%
Amendment No. 12 -- Constitutional Revision Article VIII, Section 5; (Constitution Revision Commission)
Firearms Purchases: Local Option for Criminal History Records Check and Waiting Period
     Yes 83,539 72.94%
     No 30,997 27.06%
Amendment No. 13 -- Constitutional Revision Article I, Subsection 4, 9, 16(a), 18, 23; Article II, Subsections 5(b), 8(g)-(i); Article III, Subsections 3(f), 8(a)-(b), 17(b)-(c), 18, 19(d); Article IV, Subsections 1(a) and (c), 2, 3(b), 4(e), 7(a); Article V, Subsections 1, 2(a) and (b), 3(a), 8, 10(a), 11(c), 17, 18, 20(c), (6) and (9), 20(d)(8), 20(e)(1); Article VII, Subsections 4(b) and 6(b); Article IX, Section 5; Article X, Subsections 3 and 4(a); Article XI, Subsections 2 and 6 
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Miscellaneous Matters and Technical Revisions
     Yes 63,935 58.96%
     No 44,508 41.04%

 

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