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Hernando: Unofficial results

BROOKSVILLE — Here are the final results for Hernando County races with all precincts reporting.


District 11 U.S. House of Representatives: Republican incumbent Richard Nugent beat Democrat David Werder with 64.5 percent.


In the District 34 state House of Representatives race, Republican Jimmie T. Smith defeated independent Nancy Argenziano with 57.9 percent; in District 35, Republican Robert Schenck beat Democrat Rose Rocco with 55.6 percent.


Republican Al Nienhuis triumphed over Democrat James E. "Eddie" McConnell with 63.2 percent of the vote.


Republican Shirley Anderson defeated Elizabeth Townsend with 51.7 percent of the vote.


In District 3, Democrat Diane Rowden beat Jason Patrick Sager with 47.2 percent of the vote. In District 5, Rep. Jim Adkins defeated Dem. Ramon Gutierrez with 56.6 percent of the vote. In District 1, Rep. Nick Nicholson beat Dem. Arlene Glantz with 50.7 percent.


No. 1 (Environmentally Sensitive Lands): "No" votes: 51.5 percent; No. 2 (Mosquito Control): "Yes" 68.8 percent.


Gus Guadagnino beat Robert Neuhausen with 56.4 percent of the vote.


City Referendum No. 1: "No" 71.6 percent.

City Referendum No. 2: "Yes" 69.0 percent.

City Council candidate Frankie Burnett defeated Betty Erhard with 58 percent of the vote.

Hernando: Unofficial results 11/06/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 11:06pm]
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