[UPDATE] Primary Results by County, 100% Precincts Reporting

By: Florida Division of Elections
By: Florida Division of Elections

Unofficial Florida Election Results by County from Florida Division of Elections - 11:30pm

2012 Presidential Preference Primary - by County

CountyMichele Bachmann
Herman Cain
Newt Gingrich
Jon Huntsman
Gary Johnson
Ron Paul
Rick Perry
Mitt Romney
Rick Santorum
Alachua 49726321771619549162032406
Baker 71012723113716812409
Bay 46357645341117858777013763
Bradford 631127301449704474
Brevard 150156242153725856523053144811239
Broward 19311022012351814817327357958604
Calhoun 2528650497180153
Charlotte 3436699850915065490432882
Citrus 66447555909163111788342898
Clay 366212247299139362104764075
Collier 689013080209272075147290846083
Columbia 11212387823783519281034
DeSoto 3157822952524263
Dixie 1348501456235108
Duval 206224337451994556893303512511580
Escambia 1098914665143213537194131115881
Flagler 202337652575403250421358
Franklin 413401045322394
Gadsden 1167345416520594438
Gilchrist 4157743014711455358
Glades 1029700353237113
Gulf 3366420666376238
Hamilton 053595057713767
Hardee 48478331057397186
Hendry 536503111512628258
Hernando 37236441231215783779152603
Highlands 261337881045152745421567
Hillsborough 135137255201856169432624312914125
Holmes 44697008115323242
Indian River 323860508011121368119362657
Jackson 61115425717923755623
Jefferson 3444000750322216
Lafayette 112590127412887
Lake 13413214427146382244237183614946
Lee 121100224202313542541913513910836
Leon 8447652813331219312183174747
Levy 8161644112252221086594
Liberty 1074001414339
Madison 4149202685266209
Manatee 1937610617203372482204185896314
Marion 15714714991156322612252198775237
Martin 4727656218826191593128983099
Miami-Dade 347244291645081055356637671816841
Monroe 323625974713721454067791
Nassau 1632510915107143546561560
Okaloosa 76831066297162909161108674707
Okeechobee 438733012512717488
Orange 13919925256255695402269366318674
Osceola 5843504548710207659041859
Palm Beach 1168023191192355596140452698571
Pasco 1497913057129283871170191756731
Pinellas 34923024491949146107797085076215452
Polk 8610416160119223282174205708184
Putnam 16192704173358261871835
Santa Rosa 34509311551220977675313636
Sarasota 1335915151261273900144283197653
Seminole 11013415938189333277169227855561
St. Johns 286811588377170447161574378
St. Lucie 54346806111141953115109133288
Sumter 2932637323553439116131807
Suwannee 171316803330431909702
Taylor 776271111129349225
Union 2233500522243142
Volusia 639415057104212775111186344971
Wakulla 1288626020320546521
Walton 181834421647642829971197
Washington 201411589027429886605


2012 Presidential Preference Primary - County Reporting

CountyVoter TurnoutRegistered VotersTurnout PercentagePrecincts ReportingPrecincts Completed?Absentee Ballots Completed?Early Voting Ballots Completed?Provisional Ballots Completed?
Alachua 1721943,22239.84%100%YYYN
Baker 26675,64047.29%100%YYYY
Bay 2111251,63940.88%100%YYYN
Bradford 24706,18439.94%100%YYYY
Brevard 73628154,81747.56%100%YYYN
Broward 72674253,04628.72%100%YYYN
Calhoun 6871,77638.68%100%YYYY
Charlotte 2061947,62743.29%100%YYYN
Citrus 2125641,07651.75%100%YYYN
Clay 2839569,95840.59%100%YYYN
Collier 5094988,87757.33%100%YYYN
Columbia 580713,07644.41%100%YYYN
DeSoto 14704,65231.6%100%YYYN
Dixie 8842,49135.49%100%YYYN
Duval 87162193,61345.02%100%YNYN
Escambia 3781586,68943.62%100%YYYN
Flagler 1082523,98645.13%100%YYYN
Franklin 7111,60944.19%100%YYYY
Gadsden 19773,91150.55%100%YYYN
Gilchrist 17674,53039.01%100%YYYY
Glades 6861,97034.82%100%YYYY
Gulf 13583,29541.21%100%YYYN
Hamilton 6371,68737.76%100%YYYY
Hardee 11914,21228.28%100%YYYY
Hendry 16775,45530.74%100%YYYY
Hernando 1866947,55839.26%100%YYYN
Highlands 1049426,60439.45%100%YYYN
Holmes 13663,53438.65%100%YYYY
Indian River2208543,34450.95%100%YYYN
Jackson 31537,84840.18%100%YYYN
Jefferson 10602,19048.4%100%YYYY
Lafayette 5081,17643.2%100%YYYY
Lake 4069285,32547.69%100%YYYN
Lee 73425161,74145.4%100%NYYN
Leon 2220149,09845.22%100%YYYN
Levy 36378,47642.91%100%YYYN
Liberty 17347236.65%100%YYYY
Madison 10472,36344.31%100%YYYY
Manatee 3873987,37344.34%100%YYYN
Marion 4349790,47348.08%100%YYYN
Martin 2486649,82649.91%100%YYYN
Miami-Dade 111919367,97330.42%100%YNYN
Monroe 843519,13144.09%100%YYYN
Nassau 1215127,21044.66%100%YYYN
Okaloosa 2961270,96741.73%100%YYYN
Okeechobee 22256,23335.7%100%YYYN
Orange 77060193,89739.74%100%YYYN
Osceola 1406941,11834.22%100%YYYN
Palm Beach 83190239,47134.74%100%NYYN
Pasco 43411115,79237.49%100%YYYN
Pinellas 104119220,02447.32%100%YYYN
Polk 48708125,67138.76%100%YYYN
Putnam 585214,06241.62%100%YYYN
Santa Rosa 2282863,19136.13%100%YYYN
Sarasota 55674119,77546.48%100%YYYN
Seminole 48214105,98445.49%100%YYYN
St. Johns 3402876,96444.21%100%YYYN
St. Lucie 2329754,17943%100%YYYN
Sumter 2046334,00260.18%100%YYYN
Suwannee 36628,52442.96%100%YYYN
Taylor 13573,34540.57%100%YYYN
Union 7782,17735.74%100%YYYN
Volusia 41837108,69438.49%100%YYYN
Wakulla 21805,49739.66%100%YYYY
Walton 848520,60341.18%100%YYYN
Washington 30165,11958.92%100%YYYN



Note: Table above includes statewide republican voter totals only. Individual counties may have other non-partisian ballot items that are not included in the counts.

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  • by GOP on Feb 2, 2012 at 02:33 AM
    If you all noticed the results per county only the wealthy towns voted for Romney and small towns all over the state voted for Gingrich this tells me that some of these GOP leaders are not reaching out to small town America and only cater to the richest towns in Florida where most of the non southerners live lets face it Florida may be in the south but its made up of more northern people
  • by Anonymous on Feb 1, 2012 at 08:15 PM
    For 62 counties to have less that 45% of registered Republicans votes tells you they don`t care enough to vote or refuse to vote for any of the candidates due to not having the right qualifications or don`t fit their expectations and needs. Looks like a minority of the whole will make the decision for the majority again - oh that`s right,,,,that`s the Republican way.
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      by Reagan Republican on Feb 1, 2012 at 11:31 PM in reply to
      @ Anonymous This is a primary not the general election and it correlates with percentages of the primary for Democrats. The "Republican way" is to feed a man a fish and then teach him how to fish for himself and his family.
  • by Gerry on Feb 1, 2012 at 05:13 PM
    I voted for Cain
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      by Reagan Republican on Feb 1, 2012 at 08:34 PM in reply to Gerry
      @ Gerry You are not a Cain supporter because you mocked me when I was asking others to vote for Cain before he suspended his campaign. What is with that comment?
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        by Gerry on Feb 2, 2012 at 04:14 AM in reply to Reagan Republican
        Too much logic and too many facts made me see the errors of Obama.
  • by for the know it alls on Feb 1, 2012 at 03:01 PM
    question: why do they put tour ballot number beside your name when u sign for it. so they really do know who u voted for. SCAM
  • by NPA anyway on Feb 1, 2012 at 02:25 PM
    Since NPAs can't vote in the primary, what does this really matter in terms of "what florida thinks" anyway? There are more NPA voters than Republicans who turned out to vote. The whole thing is a waste of time and money, and I was so sick of the stupid attack ads I could scream.
  • by Gerry Location: Tallahassee on Feb 1, 2012 at 01:26 PM
    The poorer the county the better Gingrich did. Of course, these are Republicans only. Master Reginald Romney runs much better among Republicans who earn more than $100,000 annually than among Republicans who earn less than $50,000 annually.
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      by Reagan Republican on Feb 1, 2012 at 03:30 PM in reply to Gerry
      @ Gerry Why does it matter sooo much to you what level of success and income a person makes compared to the policies of their Presidency. Why do you have a lot of scorn for others who make and have money?
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        by Gerry on Feb 1, 2012 at 05:37 PM in reply to Reagan Republican
        What about being a corporate raider and vulture capitalist makes Master Reginald qualified to be Prez? I would not quarrel if Master Reginald were appointed to the House of Lords. Then he would be Lord Reginald, the patron saint of the little people.
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          by Reagan Republican on Feb 1, 2012 at 08:30 PM in reply to Gerry
          @ Gerry What qualifications do you consider a person must garner in order to be President? Your words "master," "raider," "vulture," "lord," "patron saint," "little people" do not work to discourage anyone to support Romney but only prove you have to resort to name calling to try to defeat another's point of view. It is playground talk for children.
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          by Duh huh on Feb 2, 2012 at 04:18 AM in reply to Gerry
          He believes a community activist worth 8 digits is qualified, or a movie producder exploiting poor people with over priced tickets worth 40 million, or a TV show host worth 9 digits or the great capitalists known as Job/Gates. See a Democrat only cares if you exploit Chinese workers and poor Americans if you are a Republican. The richest Americans are Democrats but Gerry and his type never attack them
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      by Anonymous on Feb 1, 2012 at 05:05 PM in reply to Gerry
      The gudgemental gerry
  • by A voter on Feb 1, 2012 at 12:27 PM
    I was tossed around like a hot potato today when I asked why PERRY, BACHMAN, AND CAIN were on our ballots. First I was thrown to a voice mail at the Div of Elections Office. Then I was told all the ballots were printed up before they withdrew. This is not acceptable. I want a VALID BALLOT. I called the Democrat and Ledford said she was not a political editor and couldn't help me. I said she couldn't pick up a phone and call Bill Cotterell? Florida did not give voters a valid ballot to vote on. That's the long and short of it. Also the Elections Ofc said they had had MANY ph calls today on that very question. So Fla is representative of our voters - I don't think so. There were too many lost votes.
  • by Guy Location: Here on Feb 1, 2012 at 10:58 AM
    One more thing...regardless....everyone here that reads this needs to push everyone they know to vote in 2012. We need the people to actually make a difference and I think that can happen whoever is running.
  • by Gman Location: Tally on Feb 1, 2012 at 09:09 AM
    If this trend continues and Mitt is the Republican candidate, it is very likely that Ron Paul will run third party, further dividing the vote that could have taken Obama out of office! We are the loosers!
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      by Well you know on Feb 1, 2012 at 01:42 PM in reply to Gman
      Well you know; unless we do the smart thing and elect Ron Paul.
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      by Anonymous on Feb 1, 2012 at 05:07 PM in reply to Gman
      mitt and obama are the same president. paul is the only one who is a fiscal conservative and who will lower the budget.
  • by Mike Location: Tally on Feb 1, 2012 at 09:01 AM
    The sad thing is that there is nobody that deserves a vote. low turnout is due to the lack of choices that will make a positive difference in the lives of the average American. Ask them what they would do as President to improve the economy? The President does not make policy, or vote on a bill. Learn your history and constitiution. The congress is to blame and needs to change.
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