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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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