Precinct maps show lopsided Pasco wins
The polling numbers in the countywide Pasco Commission primary races tell one story: Republicans Mike Moore and Mike Wells trounced the competition.
But to see just how lopsided their wins really were last week, check out the precinct results at Pasco Superintendent of Elections Brian Corley's web site, www.pascovotes.com.
There's a map that represents the precincts Moore locked up en route to an easy victory: http://enr.electionsfl.org/PAS/Map/ContestResults/1065/?raceId=2605
As it shows, pretty much every precinct sided with Moore, who outspent his two opponents in campaign advertising almost 10 to 1.
While one of those opponents, Ken Littlefield, captured three east Pasco precincts - the 21st, 56th and the 87th - the other, Bob Robertson, failed to gain even one.
More surprising was Wells' complete domination of the political landscape over incumbent Henry Wilson.
Wells captured every precinct except one, the 94th, which went to Wilson. Take a look: http://enr.electionsfl.org/PAS/Map/ContestResults/1065/?raceId=2606