Key west election results 2016

Key west election results 2016 DEFAULT
Rubio* Marco Rubio*RepublicanRep.4,, %
Murphy Patrick Murphy DemocratDem.4,, %
Stanton Paul Stanton LibertarianLib., %
Nathan Bruce Nathan IndependentInd.52, %
Khoury Tony Khoury IndependentInd.45, %
Machat Steven Machat IndependentInd.26, %
Dalack Basil Dalack IndependentInd.22, %
Others Others , %

9,, votes, % reporting (6, of 6, precincts)

&#x; Show fewer candidates

*&#x;Incumbent

U.S. Senate Map »

Sours: https://www.nytimes.com/elections//results/florida

Key West is a city in Monroe County, Florida. The city had 24, residents as of , according to the United States Census Bureau.[1]

Federal officials

The current members of the U.S. Senate from Florida are:

Office titleOfficeholder nameDate assumed officeParty affiliation

U.S. Senate Florida

Marco Rubio

January 5,

Republican Party

U.S. Senate Florida

Rick Scott

January 3,

Republican Party


To view a map of U.S. House districts in Florida and find your representative, click here.

State officials

The following is a list of the current state executive officials from Florida:

OfficeNamePartyDate assumed office
Attorney General of FloridaAshley B. MoodyRepublican January 8,
Chief of Staff to the Governor of FloridaJames UthmeierRepublican October 1,
Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer ServicesNikki FriedDemocratic January 8,
Florida Commissioner of Insurance RegulationDavid AltmaierNonpartisanMay 2,
Florida Public Service CommissionGary ClarkNonpartisanSeptember 15,
Florida Public Service CommissionAndrew Giles FayNonpartisan
Florida Public Service CommissionArt GrahamNonpartisan
Florida Public Service CommissionMike La RosaNonpartisanJanuary 2,
Florida Public Service CommissionGabriella PassidomoNonpartisanMay 19,
Florida Secretary of StateLaurel LeeRepublican
Governor of FloridaRon DeSantisRepublican January 8,
Lieutenant Governor of FloridaJeanette NuñezRepublican January 8,


To view a list of state legislators from Florida, click here.

Ballot measures

See also: List of Florida ballot measures and Monroe County, Florida ballot measures

To view a list of statewide measures in Florida, click here.

To view a list of local ballot measures in Monroe County, Florida, click here.

See also

The Tap BP Front Page Graphic-Tappng

Ballotpedia wants to keep you in the know. In our weekly newsletter, The Tap, we let you know the important things that happened last week and what you should look for this week.

v&#;•&#;e

Ballotpedia
About

Overview • What people are saying • Support Ballotpedia • Contact • Contribute • Job opportunities


Editorial

Geoff Pallay, Editor-in-Chief • Daniel Anderson, Managing Editor • Josh Altic, Managing Editor • Cory Eucalitto, Managing Editor • Mandy Gillip, Managing Editor • Jerrick Adams • Madison Adkins • Victoria Antram • Emily Aubert • Dave Beaudoin • Jaclyn Beran • Marielle Bricker • Ryan Byrne • Kate Carsella • Kelly Coyle • Megan Feeney • Tyler King • Doug Kronaizl • Amee LaTour • David Luchs • Brittony Maag • Andrew McNair • Jackie Mitchell • Elisabeth Moore • Ellen Morrissey • Mackenzie Murphy • Paul Rader • Ethan Rice • Abbey Smith • Janie Valentine • Caitlin Vanden Boom • Joel Williams • Corinne Wolyniec • Samuel Wonacott • Mercedes Yanora


Local Politics Image.jpg

Ballotpedia provides comprehensive coverage of the largest cities in America by population as well as mayoral, city council, and district attorney election coverage in state capitals outside of the largest cities. This page is outside of that coverage scope and does not receive scheduled updates. If you would like to help our coverage scope grow, consider donating to Ballotpedia.


Sours: https://ballotpedia.org/Key_West,_Florida
  1. Murdoch mysteries season 13
  2. 1 72 scale diorama buildings
  3. Wella hair color chart

United States presidential election in Florida

Election in Florida

Main article: United States presidential election

Results by county showing number of votes by size and candidates by color[3]
Treemap of the popular vote by county.

The United States presidential election in Florida was held on Tuesday, November 8, , as part of the United States presidential election in which all 50 states plus the District of Columbia participated. Florida voters chose electors to represent them in the Electoral College via a popular vote, pitting the Republican Party's nominee, businessman Donald Trump, and running mate Indiana GovernorMike Pence against Democratic Party nominee, former Secretary of StateHillary Clinton, and her running mate Virginia SenatorTim Kaine. Florida has 29 electoral votes in the Electoral College.[4]

Trump carried the state with a plurality of % of the popular vote, which included a % winning margin over Clinton, who had % of the vote. Trump consequently became the first Republican to win the White House without carrying Hillsborough County since Calvin Coolidge in [citation needed] Trump was also the first Republican presidential candidate to carry St. Lucie County since , and the first to carry Jefferson and Monroe Counties since ; all three of these counties were last carried by George H. W. Bush. As of , this is the last time Florida voted to the left of Arizona, Georgia, and North Carolina.

Primary elections[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]

Main article: Florida Democratic presidential primary

Democratic debate[edit]

March 9, – Kendall, Florida

Candidate Airtime Polls[5]
Clinton %
Sanders %

The eighth debate took place on March 9, , at PM Eastern Standard Time in Building 7 of the Kendall Campus of Miami Dade College in Kendall, Florida. It was broadcast through a partnership between Univision and The Washington Post.[6][7] The debate was discussed during a job interview conducted in early between the Democratic National Committee's then-Communications Director Mo Elleithee and future Hispanic Media Director Pablo Manriquez. After starting at the DNC in April , Manriquez "talked about the idea for a debate for Democratic candidates on Univision to anyone who had ears to listen."[8] The debate was officially announced on November 2, [9]

Opinion polling[edit]

See also: Statewide opinion polling for the Democratic Party presidential primaries §&#;Florida

Results[edit]

Election results by county.

&#;&#;Hillary Clinton

&#;&#;Bernie Sanders

Three candidates appeared on the Democratic presidential primary ballot:

District Delegates Votes Clinton Votes Sanders Votes Qualified Clinton delegates Sanders delegates
1 3 2 1
2 6 4 2
3 4 2 2
4 4 2 2
5 6 4 2
6 5 3 2
7 5 3 2
8 5 3 2
9 5 3 2
10 5 3 2
11 5 3 2
12 5 3 2
13 6 4 2
14 6 4 2
15 5 3 2
16 6 4 2
17 4 3 1
18 6 4 2
19 4 3 1
20 7 6 1
21 7 5 2
22 6 4 2
23 6 4 2
24 8 6 2
25 3 2 1
26 4 3 1
27 4 3 1
Total 93 47
PLEO 28 18 10
At Large 46 30 16
Gr. Total 73
Total vote % % 1,,
Source: Florida Department of State Division of Elections

Republican primary[edit]

Main article: Florida Republican presidential primary

Republican debate[edit]

March 10, – Coral Gables, Florida

The twelfth debate was the fourth and final debate to air on CNN and led into the Florida, Illinois, North Carolina, Missouri, and Ohio primaries on March The candidates debated at the University of Miami, moderated by Jake Tapper and questioned by CNN chief political correspondent Dana Bash, Salem Radio Network talk-show host Hugh Hewitt, and Washington Times contributor Stephen Dinan. The Washington Times cohosted the debate.[11] The debate was originally scheduled considering the likelihood that no candidate would clinch the Republican nomination before March 15, due to the overall size of the field.[12] On the day of the debate, CNN summarized the immediate stakes: "This debate comes just five days ahead of 'Super Tuesday 3', when more than delegates are decided, including winner-take-all contests in Florida and Ohio. Both Trump and Rubio are predicting [a win in] Florida. For Trump, a win here would fuel his growing momentum and further grow his delegate lead; for Rubio, losing his home state could be the death knell for his campaign."[13] This was the twelfth and final debate appearance of Rubio, who suspended his campaign on March [14]

Polling[edit]

See also: Statewide opinion polling for the United States presidential election §&#;Florida

In early polling conducted in late , Trump started with strong momentum and won almost every poll against Clinton by margins varying from 2 to 8 points. In March , Trump's early momentum seemed to slow, as Clinton won every poll until June , when Trump won a poll 45% to 44%. Most polling conducted throughout the summer was favorable to Clinton, but both candidates were neck and neck in late August and early September, with neither having a consistent lead. From mid September to October 20, Clinton won every poll but one. In the last weeks, polling was extremely close, with neither candidate taking the lead. The third to last and fourth to last poll ended in a tie, but Trump won the last poll 50% to 46%.[15] The average of the last three polls showed Trump ahead % to %, where the race was essentially tied.

Results[edit]

Election results by county.

&#;&#;Donald Trump

&#;&#;Marco Rubio

Twelve candidates appeared on the Republican presidential primary ballot:

Candidate Votes Percentage Actual delegate count
Bound Unbound Total
Donald Trump1,,%99099
Marco Rubio, % 0 0 0
Ted Cruz, % 0 0 0
John Kasich, % 0 0 0
Jeb Bush(withdrawn)43, % 0 0 0
Ben Carson(withdrawn)21, % 0 0 0
Rand Paul(withdrawn)4, % 0 0 0
Mike Huckabee(withdrawn)2, % 0 0 0
Chris Christie(withdrawn)2, % 0 0 0
Carly Fiorina(withdrawn)1, % 0 0 0
Rick Santorum(withdrawn)1, % 0 0 0
Lindsey Graham(withdrawn) % 0 0 0
Jim Gilmore(withdrawn) % 0 0 0
Unprojected delegates: 0 0 0
Total: 2,, % 99 0 99
Source: The Green Papers

.

Green primary[edit]

The Green Party held a primary in Florida on July 31, Early voting began on July [16]

On July 31, , the Green Party of Florida announced that Jill Stein had won the Florida primary via instant-runoff voting.

Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Jill Stein 18 %
Elijah Manley 14 %
William Kreml 1 %
Kent Mesplay 1 %
Sedinam Curry 0
Darryl Cherney 0
Total34%
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Jill Stein 19 %
Elijah Manley 14 %
William Kreml 1 %
Total34
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Jill Stein20 % 15
Elijah Manley 14 % 10
Total3425

General election[edit]

Predictions[edit]

The following are final predictions from various organizations for Florida as of Election Day.

Source Ranking As of
Los Angeles Times[17]Lean D November 6,
CNN[18]Tossup November 4,
Rothenberg Political Report[19]Tilt D November 7,
Sabato's Crystal Ball[20]Lean D November 7,
NBC[21]Tossup November 8,
Electoral-vote.com[22]Tossup November 8,
RealClearPolitics[23]Tossup November 8,
Fox News[24]Tossup November 7,
ABC[25]Tossup November 7,

Results[edit]

United States presidential election in Florida[26]
Party Presidential candidate Popular vote Electoral vote
Count Percentage
RepublicanDonald Trump 4,, % 29
DemocraticHillary Clinton 4,, % 0
LibertarianGary Johnson , % 0
GreenJill Stein 64, % 0
Constitution Darrell Castle 16, % 0
ReformRocky De La Fuente 9, % 0
Write-in
-
% 0
DateNovember 8, Total votersRegistered: 12,,
Eligible: 14,,
Turnout&#;%Registered: %
VAP: %
Turnout votesValid votes: 9,,
Invalid votes: ,

By county[edit]

Final results from Florida Division of Elections.[3]

County Donald John Trump

Republican

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Democratic

Gary Earl Johnson

Libertarian

Jill Ellen Stein

Green

Various candidates

Write-ins

Total votes
# % # % # % # % # %
Alachua46, % 75,%4, % 1, % % ,
Baker10,%2, % % 30 % 29 % 12,
Bay62,%21, % 2, % % % 87,
Bradford8,%2, % % 47 % 37 % 12,
Brevard,%, % 9, % 2, % 1, % ,
Broward, % ,%11, % 5, % 1, % ,
Calhoun4,%1, % % 25 % 36 % 6,
Charlotte60,%33, % 1, % % % 96,
Citrus54,%22, % 1, % % % 79,
Clay74,%27, % 2, % % % ,
Collier,%61, % 3, % % % ,
Columbia20,%7, % % % 65 % 28,
DeSoto6,%3, % % 53 % 40 % 10,
Dixie5,%1, % 77 % 21 % 12 % 7,
Duval,%, % 11, % 2, % 1, % ,
Escambia88,%57, % 4, % 1, % % ,
Flagler33,%22, % 1, % % % 57,
Franklin4,%1, % 95 % 33 % 18 % 6,
Gadsden6, % 15,% % 78 % 58 % 22,
Gilchrist6,%1, % % 43 % 24 % 8,
Glades2,%1, % 54 % 18 % 14 % 4,
Gulf5,%1, % % 27 % 22 % 7,
Hamilton3,%1, % 79 % 17 % 17 % 5,
Hardee5,%2, % % 24 % 28 % 7,
Hendry6,%4, % % 52 % 46 % 11,
Hernando58,%31, % 2, % % % 93,
Highlands29,%14, % % % % 45,
Hillsborough, % ,%15, % 5, % 2, % ,
Holmes7,% % % 19 % 26 % 8,
Indian River48,%29, % 1, % % % 80,
Jackson14,%6, % % 60 % 61 % 21,
Jefferson3,%3, % % 42 % 22 % 7,
Lafayette2,% % 47 % 10 % 8 % 3,
Lake,%62, % 3, % % % ,
Lee,%, % 6, % 2, % % ,
Leon53, % 92,%4, % 1, % % ,
Levy13,%5, % % % 59 % 19,
Liberty2,% % 76 % 17 % 9 % 3,
Madison4,%3, % 95 % 22 % 11 % 8,
Manatee,%71, % 4, % 1, % % ,
Marion,%62, % 3, % % % ,
Martin53,%30, % 1, % % % 85,
Miami-Dade, % ,%13, % 5, % 2, % ,
Monroe21,%18, % 1, % % 74 % 42,
Nassau34,%10, % 1, % % 89 % 46,
Okaloosa71,%23, % 4, % % % ,
Okeechobee9,%3, % % 53 % 51 % 13,
Orange, % ,%14, % 4, % 1, % ,
Osceola50, % 85,%2, % 1, % % ,
Palm Beach, % ,%10, % 3, % 1, % ,
Pasco,%90, % 6, % 1, % % ,
Pinellas,%, % 13, % 4, % 1, % ,
Polk,%, % 6, % 1, % % ,
Putnam22,%10, % % % 69 % 33,
Santa Rosa65,%18, % 3, % % % 87,
Sarasota,%97, % 4, % 1, % % ,
Seminole,%, % 6, % 1, % % ,
St. Johns88,%43, % 3, % % % ,
St. Lucie70,%66, % 2, % % % ,
Sumter52,%22, % % % % 76,
Suwannee14,%3, % % 81 % 53 % 18,
Taylor6,%2, % % 33 % 24 % 9,
Union4,%1, % 90 % 12 % 10 % 5,
Volusia,%, % 6, % 2, % % ,
Wakulla10,%4, % % 66 % 47 % 15,
Walton25,%6, % % % 80 % 33,
Washington8,%2, % % 22 % 41 % 11,
Totals 4,,%4,,%,%64,%25,%9,,

Counties that flipped from Democratic to Republican[edit]

The following Florida counties had a Democratic win in , but went Republican in

By congressional district[edit]

Trump won 14 of 27 congressional districts.[27]

Analysis[edit]

Florida voted for Donald Trump by a margin of %.[28] It was the fifth-closest state result, with only Wisconsin, Michigan, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania closer. According to the National Election Pool, Trump got a majority of 54% from the Cuban-American voters in the state—in comparison to the 71% of Clinton support by Latino voters from other origins.[29]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Voter Turnout - Division of Elections - Florida Department of State". dos.myflorida.com.
  2. ^Brill, Sanford. "Florida Department of State - Election Results". results.elections.myflorida.com.
  3. ^ ab General Election November 8, Official Election Results. Florida Department of State, Division of Elections.
  4. ^"Distribution of Electoral Votes". National Archives and Records Administration. September 19, Retrieved November 23,
  5. ^RealClearPolitics.com"
  6. ^"Miami Dade College To Host Democratic Presidential Debate". wlrn.org. November 2, Retrieved January 8,
  7. ^"DNC/Florida Democratic Party Primary Debate Hosted by Univision News and The Washington Post to Take Place at the Nation's Largest and Most Diverse College, Miami Dade College, on March 9, - Univision". Univision. Archived from the original on February 2, Retrieved January 8,
  8. ^Avendaño, Alberto (December 18, ). "Él impulsa el debate hispano entre los precandidatos demócratas". The Washington Post. ISSN&#; Retrieved January 8,
  9. ^"Univision/Washington Post Democratic debate to be held March 9". POLITICO. Retrieved January 8,
  10. ^"RealClearPolitics - Election - Republican Presidential Nomination".
  11. ^Wemple, Erik (January 20, ). "CNN partnering with the Washington Times for March 10 debate in Miami". The Washington Post. ISSN&#; Retrieved February 13,
  12. ^"CNN announces March debate in Florida". Politico. Retrieved January 18,
  13. ^"Republican Debate in Miami: What to Watch". CNN.com. March 10,
  14. ^Peters, Jeremy; Barbaro, Michael (March 15, ). "Marco Rubio Suspends His Presidential Campaign". The New York Times. Retrieved March 15,
  15. ^"RealClearPolitics - Election - Florida: Trump vs. Clinton".
  16. ^" Presidential Primary". Green Party of Florida. May 5, Retrieved June 1,
  17. ^"Campaign updates: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton traverse the country in final push". Retrieved November 9, &#; via LA Times.
  18. ^Director, David Chalian, CNN Political. "Road to CNN's new election map". Retrieved November 9,
  19. ^"Presidential Ratings". The Rothenberg Political Report. Retrieved August 16,
  20. ^"Larry J. Sabato's Crystal Ball&#;» President". Retrieved November 9,
  21. ^"NBC's final battleground map shows a lead for Clinton". Retrieved November 9,
  22. ^"ElectoralVote". Retrieved November 9,
  23. ^"RealClearPolitics - Election Maps - Battle for White House". Retrieved November 9,
  24. ^"Fox News Electoral Scorecard: Map shifts again in Trump's favor, as Clinton holds edge". November 7, Retrieved November 9,
  25. ^"The Final Latest Polls in Swing States". ABC News. November 8, Retrieved November 9,
  26. ^"Florida Department of State - Election Results". Retrieved April 14,
  27. ^"Introducing the Cook Political Report Partisan Voter Index". cookpolitical.com.
  28. ^"Florida Election Results – The New York Times". Retrieved November 10,
  29. ^Unlike other Latinos, about half of Cuban voters in Florida backed Trump, Pew Research Center, November 15,

Further reading[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/_United_States_presidential_election_in_Florida
Possible outcomes of Marcos-Robredo electoral protest - ANC

But it seems to us that you still need to gain experience in dealing with different types of women. We have a girl in our yard who gives blowjobs to grown men. We will introduce you to her, and she will suck you off. You see, there is a woman with big breasts.

Do you want to move a member between her breasts.

Election 2016 west key results

Despite the open windows, everyone was literally drenched in sweat, and my neighbor's white T-shirt was already wet from the heat and beautifully. Stuck to her chest with protruding nipples. Every now and then I glanced over her body, lingering on the nipples. Noticing my interest, she put her hand down and casually pulled her skirt up. from the sight of bare legs and protruding nipples, my friend made itself felt and protruded from his loose trousers.

He Predicted a Trump Win in 2016. What's His Forecast For 2020? - NYT Opinion

Then everything went as in a dream. Alyosha took this fragile vessel with feelings and carried it to the bedroom. After kissing the girl, he finally dealt with the tricky buttons on her summer light sundress and bared her breasts.

You will also like:

After all, all this beautiful for the first time presented to Jemmy's dear friend Alwyn with the permission of a couple in love. Giving his soul mate a breath, George gently began to enter the bosom of his beloved. She pressed tightly to her husband. Moistening her dry lips with her tongue from hot love with the guys.



1074 1075 1076 1077 1078