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2014 Hob Nob Results

2014 Hob Nob Results

2014 Hob Nob Results

2014 Hob Nob Results

Here are the results from the 2014 Hob Nob Straw Poll:

Florida Governor:

Rick Scott--68.73%

Charlie Crist-- 23.71%

Nan H. Rich--4.68%

Adrian Wyllie--1.2%

Yinka Abosede Adeshina--0.5%

Elizabeth Cuevas-Neunder--0.4%

Glenn Burkett--0.3%


Joe Allen--0.2%

Farid Khavari--0%

Democrat Primary for Governor:

Charlie Crist--57.71%

Nan H. Rich--42.29%

Attorney General

Pam Bondi--72.61%

George Sheldon--15.62%

Perry E. Thurston-- 8.58%

Bill Wohlsifer--3.19%

US Representatives in Congress

District 3:

Ted Yoho--50.52%

Marihelen Wheeler--26.16%

Jake Rush--21.65%

Howard Term Limits Lawson--1.68%

District 4:

Ander Crenshaw--59.98%

Ryman Shoaf--40.02%

District 5:

Glo Smith--53.16%

Corrine Brown--28.68%

Thuy Lowe--18.16%

District 6:

Ron DeSantis--71.56%

David Cox--28.44%

Florida State Senate 

District 6:

John Thrasher--65.55%

Derek Handerson--34.45%

Florida State Representatives

District 11:

Janet H. Adkins--71.06%

Dave Smith--28.94%

District 15:

Paul Renner--60.13%

Jay Fant--39.87%

District 16:

Charles McBurney--67.24%

Chris Oliver--32.33%

Circuit Judge

Fourth Judicial Group

Group 27:

Michael “Mike” Sharrit--78.51%

Anthony Paul Penoso--21.49%


Duval County School Board

District 2:

Scott Shine--37.84%

Theresa Graham--26.88%

Sam Hall--20.38%

Shannon Russell--14.9%

District 4:

Paula Wright--50.84%

Darryl Willie--33.64%

Bradford Hall--15.51%

Soil and Water Conservation

Group 3:

Shannon Blankinship--31.57%

Tyler Bateh--29.98%

Travis Bridges--27.69%

Will Brown--10.76%

Group 5:

Joey McKinnon--46.15%

Dan Evans, Jr.--29.52%

Allen Moore--24.32%

Jacksonville Mayor 

Lenny Curry--37.87%

Bill Bishop--33.23%

Alvin Brown--23.63%

Omega Allen--3.27%

Tiffany Wingo--1.48%

Marvin Kramer--0.53%

Duval County Sheriff

Jimmy Holderfield--28.53%

Mike Williams--24.88%

Ken Jefferson--21.42%

Jay Farhat--16.19%

Rob Schoonover--5.73%

Tony Cummings--2.96%

Mark Kerrin--0.3%

Duval Supervisor of Elections

Robin Lumb--64.44%

Tracie Davis--35.56%

Jacksonville City Council At Large

Group 5:

Sam Newby--37.24%

Ju’Coby Pittman--29.43%

Michelle Tappouni--26.25%

Sebastian Alexander--7.08%

City Council District 1

Mike Anania--35.99%

Joyce Morgan--29.61%

Eddie Christian--21.25%

Melody Shacter--13.15%

City Council District 2

Lindsey Brock--33.03%

Lisa King--28.15%

Al Ferraro--23.52%

Robert Phillips--11.05%

Bobby Taylor--4.24%

City Council District 5

Lori Boyer--79.24%

Howard Barnes--20.76%

City Council District 8

Cherron ‘CC’ Newby--52.84%

Lynn Sherman--17.65%

Pat Lockett-Felder--10.47%

Terry Fields--9.96%

Katrina Brown--5.93%

James M. Breaker--1.64%

Diallo-Sekou Seabrooks--0.88%

L'Euna Shaban--0.5%

Ansonio Mitchell--0.13%

City Council District 12

Doyle Carter--76.58%

Abner Davis--23.42%

City Council District 13

Bill Gulliford--100%

City Council District 14

Jim Love--75.85%

Jason Tetlak--16.31%

La’garall Bates--7.84%

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  • A Florida man is accused of stealing $138,000 from a woman with mental disabilities and spending $9,000 at a strip club. According to the Tampa Bay Times, 48-year-old William Tideberg of Holiday convinced 69-year-old Maryanne Andersen, who suffers from a mental disability, to move in with him from out of state. Tideberg stole the money from Andersen before leaving her alone in a house without furniture, police said. >> Read more trending news Andersen was living in Connecticut in 2015 when Tideberg met her through the internet. Authorities said he made trips to New England and eventually convinced Andersen to move into his home in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Related: Florida toddler shoots out car window, gun owner arrested   Tideberg told Andersen, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and was admitted to a Connecticut hospital for psychiatric treatment in 2014, that she was his girlfriend and fiancée while he tried to consolidate her assets into a bank account that he controlled. The Times reported that he called the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America 76 times in an attempt to transfer her savings to his account, but the association refused after hearing Tideberg coach Andersen on what to say, police said. Authorities said Tideberg was eventually able to transfer money from another of her accounts, withdrawing $134,910 over the counter and another $4,020 from ATMs. He spent $9,237 of the woman’s money at a strip club in Holiday, Florida, police said. Related: Florida woman spits on deputy, bites uncle, claims she’s royalty Authorities arrested Tideberg Monday and charged him with two counts of exploitation of an elderly or disabled person. He remains in the Pinellas County Jail on $50,000 bail.  Read more at Tampa Bay Times.
  • A Florida woman who worked at an assisted living facility secretly recorded two residents having sex last year and posted the video on a social media website because she found it amusing, the Tampa Bay Times reported. >> Read more trending news Alexis Gloria Rebecca Williams, 20, of St. Petersburg, was charged with one count of video voyeurism and one count of video voyeurism dissemination, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Department said in a news release. Williams was a medical assistant at the Bristol Court Assisted Living Facility in St. Petersburg. She has now been fired, the Times reported. According to detectives, on Aug. 1 a video was shot of a 59-year-old male resident at Bristol Court having consensual sex with another resident, an 81-year-old woman. The residents did not know anyone was recording what they were doing, according to the Sheriff's Office release. Detectives said that an unidentified citizen saw the video on the social media website Snapchat and on Aug. 5 contacted the Bristol Court staff about the sexually explicit video. The staff called deputies, the Times reported. Detectives identified Williams as the employee after a seven-month investigation and arrested her. When questioned on Wednesday she admitted she had shot the video, the Times reported. According to spokesman Sgt. Spencer Gross, Williams said she had done it 'for her own amusement.
  • A man who was shot early Friday outside SUITE Club near the St. Johns Town Center has died.  The man was shot and rushed to the hospital to be treated.  According to JSO, a fight started just after 2am Friday in the parking lot following an 18 and over party.  Off-duty police officers in the area were able to make a quick arrest.  Detectives were speaking with witnesses in the hours after the shooting.   Through the day we’ll be working to update charges the suspect will be facing.
  • The man accused of killing a woman whose body was found at his Southside home waived his right to a speedy trial. Russell Tillis is charged with the murder of 31-year-old Joni Gunter. Police found her dismembered body on his property, known as a 'house of horrors.' The property has been sold, but neighbors say there are still problems there. “We got people that come by just to pick some things for souvenirs because it’s the 'house of horrors,'” David Eichenlaub said. >> Read more trending news  Eichenlaub said neighbors called the mayor’s office and Gov. Rick Scott. On Wednesday, they finally started to see some action taken. “We’re just glad it’s getting cleaned up. It needs to be cleaned up,” Eichenlaub said. He said the worst part was that people would party in a trailer on the property at night and it smells like chemicals. We reached out to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, where a spokesperson said there have been six calls for service to the address since the first of this year, four calls for property checks and two for suspicious people. “I have to run them off all the time,” Eichenlaub said. We also reached out to the city, which said the current owner was cited by code enforcement on Feb. 8 for garbage and debris on the property. The city said since the owner didn’t follow through with the cleanup, the city stepped in to clean it, and the owner is responsible for the cost. We called the owner of the property, who said she did hire someone to clean up the property but they didn’t realize just how big a project this was. She said she has been in contact with the city and agreed to them cleaning it up.
  • Burger King officials said Tuesday that the company plans to stop buying chickens from farms that grossly mistreat the animals,CNN reported. >> Read more trending news By 2024, the fast-food chain said it plans to buy only chickens raised according to welfare standards established by the animal advocacy group Global Animal Partnership.  'Chickens raised for meat, also known as 'broilers,' are among the most abused animals on the planet,' GAP said in a joint statement. 'They are bred to grow so unnaturally fast that they are often crippled under their own weight. Many suffer from constant leg pain so severe they cannot stand, and so spend nearly all their time sitting in their own waste.'  Burger King’s action follows similar commitments made in recent years by companies including Chipotle, Red Robin, Quiznos, Panera Bread and Starbucks, CNN reported. According to the organization's website, GAP-certified farmers must provide birds with access to light and keep their barn living conditions cleaner. The chickens also must be rendered unconscious before they are slaughtered to minimize pain.

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