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Results from around Hernando County

Unofficial returns (*incumbent)

U.S. CONGRESS
5th District
*Ginny Brown-Waite 264,514 61.2%
John T. Russell 167,933 38.8%

STATE LEGISLATURE
Senate District 11
*Mike Fasano 140,229 65%
Fred Taylor 75,557 35%
House District 44
Joseph C. Puglia (Jason M. Melton) 32,485 40.6%
Sarah Roman 4,811 6%
*Robert Schenck 42,706 53.4%

HERNANDO COUNTY
Sheriff
Luke Frazier 22,153 26%
*Richard Nugent 62,807 73.6%
Supervisor of elections
Shirley Anderson 30,835 36.9%
Gus Guadagnino 12,231 14.6%
*Annie Williams 40,580 48.5%
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1
Ramon Gutierrez 34,920 42.6%
*Jeff Stabins 47,085 57.4%
District 3
John Druzbick 44,197 53.6%
*Diane Rowden 38,309 46.4%
District 5
James Adkins 41,725 50.8%
*Chris Kingsley 40,376 49.2%
SCHOOL BOARD
District 4
Gene Magrini 34,080 47.0%
James Yant 38,465 53.0%
BROOKSVILLE CITY COUNCIL
Group 2
Cecil D. Davis IV 530 18.9%
*David Pugh Jr. 1,631 58.3%
Yvette Taylor 635 22.7%
Group 3
*Frankie Burnett 1,118 39.9%
Jason Sharp 530 18.9%
Joe Johnston 1,152 41.1%
SPRING HILL FIRE RESCUE COMMISSION (Top 3 vote getters win)
*George Biro 10,815 12.5%
Amy Brosnan 20,648 23.9%
Benjamin Edwards 13,947 16.1%
*Robert Giammarco 14,442 16.7%
James J. Monk 9,649 11.1%
John Pasquale 17,033 19.7%
SPRING HILL FIRE RESCUE

INDEPENDENCE REFERENDUM

YES 25,353 57.1%
NO 19,073 42.9%
YES 25,353 57.1%
NO 19,073 42.9%
5TH CIRCUIT JUDGE
Group 3
Sandy Hawkins 240,843 59.4%
Denise Lyn 164,927 40.6%

Results from around Hernando County 11/05/08 [Last modified: Friday, November 7, 2008 12:14pm]
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