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2022 Florida Election Results – The New York Times

2022 Florida Election Results – The New York Times

2022 Florida Election Results – The New York Times

Salzmanincumbent


republican


Andradeincumbent


republican


Undeniably

moneyincumbent


republican

Undeniably
Undeniably

Griffiths


republican

Undeniably

Shoafincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Franklin


Democrat

69%

Bender


republican

31%

15%

Tantincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Brannanincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Garrisonincumbent


republican

74%

87%

Dugganincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Nixonincumbent


Democrat

71%

olive


Independent

29%

71%
Undeniably
Undeniably
Undeniably

Baker


republican

60%

Anderson


Democrat

40%

92%

Stevensonincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Rennerincumbent


republican

58%

28%

Payneincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Hinsonincumbent


Democrat

66%

Merton


republican

34%

44%

Clemonsincumbent


republican

53%

70%

Massulloincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Hardingincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Yarkosky


republican

62%

Helfrich


Independent

38%

57%

Truenowincumbent


republican

64%

69%

McClainincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Leekincumbent


republican

58%

Navarra


Democrat

42%

66%

Barnabyincumbent


republican

55%

56%
Undeniably

Siroisincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Altmanincumbent


republican

Undeniably

All rightincumbent


republican

52%

54%

Brackett


republican

63%

63%

Hawkinsincumbent


republican

54%

91%

Plaque


republican

50.4%

Poulalion


Democrat

49.6%

59%

Smithincumbent


Democrat

50.4%

Placencia


republican

49.6%

79%

Smithincumbent


republican

49%

61%

Bankson


republican

55%

91%

Bracy Davis


Democrat

65%

Robertson


republican

35%

83%
59%

Ask meincumbent


Democrat

57%

Jackson


republican

43%

>95%

Wright


republican

42%

70%
Undeniably

Amesty


republican

53%

Braswell


Democrat

47%

>95%

Arringtonincumbent


Democrat

58%

From the tower


republican

39%

74%

Stark


republican

50.3%

Nevis


Democrat

49.7%

77%

Killebrewincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Bellincumbent


republican

Undeniably
Undeniably

Tomkowincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Temple


republican

62%

69%

Holcomb


republican

74%

Laufenberg


Democrat

26%

19%

Maggardincumbent


republican

62%

90%

A hacker


Constitution


Undeniably
Undeniably

Berfield


republican

57%

Fensterwald


Democrat

43%

75%

Jacques


republican

55%

Douglas


Democrat

45%

68%

Henson


republican

41%

64%

Chaneyincumbent


republican

51%

Varnell Warwick


Democrat

49%

74%

Raynerincumbent


Democrat

73%

Brownincumbent


republican

27%

52%

Hartincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Valdesincumbent


Democrat

57%

Cross Lanes


republican

43%

56%

McDonald’s


Democrat

50.4%

Gonzalez Pittman


republican

49.6%

75%

Kosterincumbent


republican

56%

Tillery


Democrat

44%

79%

Driskellincumbent


Democrat

58%

bonano


republican

42%

64%

McClureincumbent


republican

63%

63%

Alvarez


republican

53%

Learnedincumbent


Democrat

47%

68%

Beltranincumbent


republican

60%

Salazar


Democrat

40%

74%

Robinsonincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Gregoryincumbent


republican

63%

78%

McFarlandincumbent


republican

49%

69%

Buchananincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Grantincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Roachincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Persons-Mulickaincumbent


republican


Giallombardoincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Botanyincumbent


republican

68%

Schlayer


Democrat

32%

24%

Rommelincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Meloincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Tuckincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Trabulsyincumbent


republican

57%

Blanton


Democrat

43%

63%

Overdorfincumbent


republican

57%

64%

Snyderincumbent


republican

63%

65%

Carusoincumbent


republican

52%

62%

Edmondsincumbent


Democrat

76%

Stevens


republican

24%

40%

Silverincumbent


Democrat

60%

Zapata


republican

40%

42%

Toll stationincumbent


Democrat

63%

57%

Thomson


Democrat

54%

Gossett-Seidman


republican

46%

73%

Skidmoreincumbent


Democrat

64%

Hernandez


republican

36%

81%

Waldron


Democrat

58%

Banionis


republican

42%

60%

Rothincumbent


republican

53%

60%

Hunschofskyincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Daleyincumbent


Democrat


Undeniably

Hawkins-Williamsincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Campbellincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Brandincumbent


republican



Gottliebincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Bartlemanincumbent


Democrat


Robinsonincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Woodsonincumbent


Democrat

Talker


republican


Leonard


Democrat

53%

Wild


republican

47%

70%

Benjaminincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Josephincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably
Undeniably

Fabricioincumbent


republican

Undeniably

rubber bandincumbent


republican

Undeniably

riceincumbent


republican

Undeniably

D’Amico


Democrat

51%

Lopez


republican

49%

66%

Busatta Cabreraincumbent


republican

55%

80%

Garcia


republican

55%

84%

Perezincumbent


republican

Undeniably

Chamblissincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Fernandez-Barquinincumbent


republican

67%

71%

sticks


republican

63%

Gonzalez


Democrat

37%

72%

Mooneyincumbent


republican

56%

56%



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