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Election results for Dunedin, Oldsmar, Safety Harbor

Election results

DUNEDIN

Mayor

Percent Votes
. Dave Eggers 51.13% 3,574
Deborah Kynes 48.87% 3,416
6,990

Commissioner, Seat 1

Percent Votes
Michael A. Quill 31.50% 2,167
. Julie Scales 68.50% 4,712
6,879

Commissioner, Seat 2

Percent Votes
. Ron Barnette 50.37% 3,380
Tony Scruton 49.63% 3,330
6,710

Commissioner, Seat 3

Percent Votes
. David C. Carson 59.23% 4,029
John Tornga 40.77% 2,773
6,802

OLDSMAR

Council, Seat 3

Percent Votes
. Doug Bevis 57.33% 622
Sara Normandeau 42.67% 463
1,085

Annexation

Percent Votes
For 8.28% 297
. Against 91.72% 3,292

SAFETY HARBOR

Commission, Seat 1

Percent Votes
. Joseph Ayoub 58.19% 1,347
Robin L. Fornino 33.05% 765
Karen Skiff 8.77% 203
2,315

Commission, Seat 2

Percent Votes
Barbara Ewert 36.01% 822
. Mary Lynda Williams 63.99% 1,461
2,283

Commission, Seat 3

Percent Votes
. Nancy J. Besore 69.11% 1,568
Glen S. Caristinos 30.89% 701
2,269

Pinellas Supervisor of Elections

Election results for Dunedin, Oldsmar, Safety Harbor 03/11/09 [Last modified: Thursday, March 12, 2009 9:06am]
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