Registered Voters as of 11/20/2017 REP:260,069 DEM:387,398 LPF:1,647 Other:269,228 Total:918,342

2006 General Election
11/7/2006

Results last updated: 2/1/2007 5:54:43 PM

Documents

Document Name Document Description
2006gen_pct.zip 2006 General precinct detail

Results

US Senate
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Katherine Harris (REP)
26.33% 96,176
Bill Nelson (DEM)
72.54% 264,962
Floyd Ray Frazier (NPA)
0.31% 1,127
Belinda Noah (NPA)
0.31% 1,120
Brian Moore (NPA)
0.28% 1,009
Roy Tanner (NPA)
0.18% 663
WRITE-IN
0.06% 213
365,270
U.S. Representative, Dist. 16
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Mark Foley (REP)
42.09% 15,403
Tim Mahoney (DEM)
55.78% 20,415
Emmie Ross (NPA)
2.13% 778
36,596
U.S. Representative, Dist. 22
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Clay Shaw (REP)
47.30% 60,204
Ron Klein (DEM)
50.80% 64,659
Neil Evangelista (NPA)
1.91% 2,427
127,290
Governor and Lt.Governor
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Charlie Crist (REP)
38.28% 140,531
Jim Davis (DEM)
59.71% 219,199
Max Linn (REF)
1.24% 4,538
Richard Paul Dembinsky (NPA)
0.26% 952
John Wayne Smith (NPA)
0.28% 1,021
Karl C.C. Behm (NPA)
0.20% 717
WRITE-IN
0.04% 160
367,118
Attorney General
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Bill McCollum (REP)
36.89% 133,579
Walter 'Skip' Campbell (DEM)
63.11% 228,542
362,121
Chief Financial Officer
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Tom Lee (REP)
34.84% 124,483
Alex Sink (DEM)
65.16% 232,774
357,257
Commisioner of Agriculture
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Charles H. Bronson (REP)
42.43% 151,992
Eric Copeland (DEM)
57.57% 206,235
358,227
State Senator, Dist. 28
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Ken Pruitt (REP)
53.87% 25,939
Stan Smilan (DEM)
46.13% 22,208
48,147
State Senator, Dist. 30
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Ted Deutch (DEM)
87.68% 103,510
Karl Dickey (LIB)
11.91% 14,065
WRITE-IN
0.40% 476
118,051
State Representative, Dist. 82
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
William D. Snyder (REP)
51.22% 6,333
Catherine Hilton (DEM)
48.78% 6,032
12,365
State Representative, Dist. 83
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Carl J. Domino (REP)
50.56% 28,313
Frederick W. 'Rick' Ford (DEM)
49.44% 27,686
55,999
State Representative, Dist. 85
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Rob Siedlecki (REP)
41.94% 19,955
Shelley Vana (DEM)
58.06% 27,621
47,576
State Representative, Dist. 86
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Maria Sachs (DEM)
98.86% 37,331
WRITE-IN
1.14% 431
37,762
State Representative, Dist. 87
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Adam Hasner (REP)
55.95% 22,381
Ed Kopf (DEM)
44.05% 17,624
40,005
State Representative, Dist. 91
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Ellyn Bogdanoff (REP)
57.17% 2,002
Christian Chiari (DEM)
42.83% 1,500
3,502
Tax Collector
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Peter H. Carney (REP)
39.67% 142,312
Anne M. Gannon (DEM)
60.33% 216,425
358,737
County Commissioner, Dist. 2
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
John F. 'Jeff' Koons (DEM)
98.45% 33,457
WRITE-IN
1.55% 528
33,985
County Commissioner, Dist. 6
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
John Carroll (REP)
35.98% 16,757
Jess Santamaria (DEM)
58.51% 27,249
Penny Riccio (NPA)
5.52% 2,569
46,575
Shall Justice R. Fred Lewis of the Supreme Court be retained in office?
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
72.63% 224,431
NO
27.37% 84,555
308,986
Shall Justice Barbara Joan Pariente of the Supreme Court be retained in office?
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
73.48% 226,365
NO
26.52% 81,679
308,044
Shall Justice Peggy A. Quince of the Supreme Court be retained in office?
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
73.47% 226,167
NO
26.53% 81,648
307,815
Shall Judge Bobby W. Gunther of the 4th District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
72.90% 216,954
NO
27.10% 80,638
297,592
Shall Judge Fred A. Hazouri of the 4th District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
71.34% 210,788
NO
28.66% 84,669
295,457
Shall Judge Larry A. Klein of the 4th District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
73.83% 222,225
NO
26.17% 78,753
300,978
Shall Judge Barry J. Stone of the 4th District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
74.03% 220,867
NO
25.97% 77,473
298,340
Shall Judge Carole Y. Taylor of the 4th District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
74.61% 222,359
NO
25.39% 75,669
298,028
Circuit Court Judge, Grp. 13
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
David E. French
51.28% 149,504
Jerald S. 'Jerry' Beer
48.72% 142,057
291,561
County Court Judge, Grp. 19
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Steve Brannock
45.95% 129,270
Frank Castor
54.05% 152,066
281,336
Indian Trail Improvement District Seat 3
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Ralph Bair
51.21% 4,440
Le Anne L. Reid
48.79% 4,231
8,671
Indian Trail Improvement District Seat 5
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Fred Gordon
48.40% 4,208
Carol Jacobs
51.60% 4,487
8,695
City of Boynton Beach - Mayor At-Large
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Sergio Casaine, Jr.
26.85% 4,007
Jerry Taylor
73.15% 10,915
14,922
Northern Palm Beach Improvement District Seat #2
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Marilyn Lew-Jacobs
69.26% 21,725
Stephen M. Sans
30.74% 9,642
31,367
Constitutional Amendment 1: State Planning and Budget Process
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
68.45% 220,550
NO
31.55% 101,675
322,225
Constitutional Amendment 3: Requiring Broader Public Support for Constitutional Amendments or Revisions
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
63.36% 214,767
NO
36.64% 124,181
338,948
Constitutional Amendment 4: Protect People, Esp. Youth, from Addiction, Disease, and Other Health Hazards of Using Tobacco
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
70.18% 243,225
NO
29.82% 103,327
346,552
Constitutional Amendment 6: Increased Homestead Exemption
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
76.27% 265,465
NO
23.73% 82,612
348,077
Constitutional Amendment 7: Permantely Disabled Veterans' Discount on Homestead Ad Valorem Tax
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
78.69% 270,153
NO
21.31% 73,176
343,329
Constitutional Amendment 8: Eminent Domain
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
69.27% 230,305
NO
30.73% 102,182
332,487
Highland Beach: Charter Amendment - Length of Terms and Term Limits
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
52.70% 1,036
NO
47.30% 930
1,966