FLORIDA      Top of the Ticket Races, 2014-2020

  2020

Democrats Republicans
Third Party/Independent
Nov 3, 2020 President
+Trump/Pence (R)
5,668,731
51.21%
Biden/Harris (D)
5,297,045
47.85%
Jorgensen/Cohen (L)
70,324
0.64%
Hawkins/Walker (G) 14,721 0.13%
La Riva/Freeman (PSL)
7,712
0.07%
De La Fuente/Richardson (Ref.) 5,966 0.05%
Blankenship/Mohr (CPF)
3,902
0.04%
write-ins (6)
1,055
0.01%

11,069,456




Plurality: 371,686 votes
3.36 percentage points

  2018



Nov. 6, 2018 Governor       
+Ron DeSantis/
Jeanette Nu
ñez (R)
4,076,186
49.59%
Andrew Gillum/
Chris King (D)
4,043,723
49.19%
D.Richardson/
Nancy Argenziano (Ref.)
47,140
0.57%
Kyle Gibson/Ellen Wilds (NPA)
24,310
0.30%
Ryan Foley/John Tutton (NPA)
14,630
0.18%
Bruce Stanley/
Ryan McJury (NPA)
14,505
0.18%
write-ins (2)
67


8,220,561

Plurality: 32,463 votes
0.40 percentage points






Nov. 6, 2018 U.S. Senate   R+ 
+Rick Scott (R)
4,099,505
50.05%
Bill Nelson (D) i
4,089,472
49.93%
write-ins (5)
1,028
0.02%

8,190,005

Plurality: 10,033 votes
0.12 percentage points


  2016



Nov. 8, 2016 President
+Trump/Pence (R)
4,617,886
49.02%
Clinton/Kaine (D)
4,504,975
47.82%
Johnson/Weld (L)
207,043
2.20%
Stein/Baraka (G) 64,399 0.68%
Castle/Bradley (CPF)
16,475
0.17%
De La Fuente/Steinberg (Ref.)
9,108
0.10%
write-ins (6)
153
-

9,420,039





Plurality: 112,911 votes
1.20 percentage points







Nov. 8, 2016 U.S. Senate
+Marco Rubio (R) i
4,835,191 51.98%
Patrick Murphy (D)
4,122,088 44.31%
Paul Stanton (LPF)
196,956 2.12%
Bruce Nathan (NPA)
52,451
0.56%
Tony Khoury (NPA)
45,820
0.49%
Steve Machat (NPA)
26,918
0.29%
Basil E. Dalack (NPA)
22,236
0.24%
write-ins
180


9,301,840

Plurality 713,103 votes
7.67 percentage points


  2014



Nov. 4, 2014 Governor  
+Rick Scott/
Carlos Lopez-Cantera (R) i

2,865,343
 48.14%
Charlie Crist/
Annette Tadeo-Goldstein (D)
2,801,198
47.07%
Adrian Wyllie/Greg Roe (LPF)
223,356
3.75%
Glenn Burkett/
Jose Augusto Matos (NPA)

41,341
0.69%
Farid Khavari/
Lateresa A. Jones (NPA)
20,186
0.34%
write-ins (5)
137


5,951,561

Plurality: 64,145 votes
1.08 percentage points











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