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1998 General Election: 11-3-1998

Past Election Results

PRELIMINARY

LOCAL GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA

November 3, 1998

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TOTAL PRECINCTS 112
(94 physical precincts, 18 absentee "precincts")

PRECINCTS COUNTED - 112

TOTAL VOTERS - 108,520

TOTAL VALID BALLOTS COUNTED - 60,587


UNITED STATES SENATOR

BOB GRAHAM [Dem] (Ballot Position 3) 22,536 (38.53%)

CHARLIE CRIST [Rep] (Ballot Position 4) 35,957 (61.47%)

 

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

BUDDY MACKAY and RICK DANTZLER [Dem] (Ballot Position 7) 16,981 ( 28.94%)

JEB BUSH and FRANK BROGAN [Rep] (Ballot Position 9) 41,688 (71.06%)

 

SECRETARY OF STATE

KAREN GIEVERS [Dem] (Ballot Position 14) 15,790 (27.44%)

KATHERINE HARRIS [Rep] (Ballot Position 15) 41,749 (72.56%)

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL

BOB BUTTERWORTH [Dem] (Ballot Position 16) 24,877 (44.51%)

DAVID H. "DAVE" BLUDWORTH [Rep] (Ballot Position 17)31,016 (55.49%)

 

COMPTROLLER

NEWALL JEROME DAUGHTREY [Dem] (Ballot Position 21)13,564 (23.85%)

BOB MILLIGAN [Rep] (Ballot Position 22) 43,306 (76.15%)

 

TREASURER

BILL NELSON [Dem] (Ballot Position 23) 24,302 (42.70%)

TIM IRELAND [Rep] (Ballot Position 24) 32,613 (57.30%)

 

COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION

PETER RUDY WALLACE [Dem] (Ballot Position 25) 19,640 (34.65%)

TIM GALLAGHER (Ballot Position 26) 37,043 (65.35%)

 

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE

BOB CRAWFORD [Dem] (Ballot Position 27) 27,370 (48.93%)

RICH FAIRCLOTH [Rep] (Ballot Position 28) 28,569 (51.07%)

 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE - 77TH DIST

JOSEPH R. SPRATT [Dem] (Ballot Position 30) 743 (57.42%)

JOHN K. PAYNE [Rep] (Ballot Position 31) 551 (42.58%)

 


JUDICIAL

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE RETENTION

MAJOR B. HARDING

FOR RETENTION 33,976

AGAINST RETENTION 12,920

2ND DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL RETENTION

STEVAN T. NORTHCUTT

FOR RETENTION 32,447

AGAINST RETENTION 13,162


INDEPENDENT DISTRICTS

EAST NAPLES FIRE DEPARTMENT

Seat 4

ROBERT L. HUGHES (Ballot Position 41) 6,898 (56.81%)

RAY KAY (Ballot Position 42) 1,946 (16.03%)

STEPHEN KIDD (Ballot Position 43) 3,299 (27.17%)

 

Seat 5

ANGELA S. ORTA (Ballot Position 44) 3,344 (27.76%)

MACK W. PAYNE (Ballot Position 45) 6,517 (54.10%)

JOHN A. YONKOSKY (Ballot Position 46) 2,185 (18.14%)

 

IMMOKALEE FIRE

Seat 3

OFELIA DIMAS (Ballot Position 47) 361 (54.95%)

ALIESE PRICE PRIDDY (Ballot Position 48) 296 (45.05%)

 

Seat 4

BARBARA CHRISTOPHER (Ballot Position 49) 324 (48.00%)

FLOYD CREWS (Ballot Position 50) 351 (52.00%)

 

NORTH NAPLES FIRE

Seat 2

JOHN F. JOHNSON (Ballot Position 60) 2,146 (12.40%)

BOB McGANN (Ballot Position 61) 4,588 (26.52%)

ED MESSER (Ballot Position 62) 10,569 (61.08%)

 

Seat 4

J. CHRISTOPHER LOMBARDO (Ballot Position 63) 9,337 (55.31%)

ROB SAMOUCE (Ballot Position 64) 7,543 (44.69%)

 

Seat 5

W. FRANKLIN ELLIS (Ballot Position 65) 4,327 (26.14%)

MELVIN R. FORBIS (Ballot Position 66) 5,268 (31.82%)

HENRY E. HAMEL, JR. (Ballot Position 67) 6,959 (42.04%)

 

MOSQUITO CONTROL

Seat 1

FRANCIS J. BLANCHARD (Ballot Position 70) 17,864 (41.71%)

ROB BOYER (Ballot Position 71) 24,962 (58.29%)

Seat 2

JOSEPH BAWDUNIAK (Ballot Position 72) 6,865 (16.59%)

BOB GEROY (Ballot Position 73) 20,748 (50.15%)

DON PAGE (Ballot Position 74) 13,758 (33.26%)

 


CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS

AMENDMENT NO. 1

Historic property tax exemption and assessment

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 31,970

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 22,050

 

AMENDMENT NO. 2

Preservation of the Death Penalty

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 39,399

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 14,910

 

AMENDMENT NO. 3

Additional homestead tax exemption

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 35,543

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 20,376

 

AMENDMENT NO. 4

Recording of instruments in branch offices.

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 41,205

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 10,654

 

AMENDMENT NO. 5

Conservation of natural resources and creation of Fish an Wildlife Conservation Commission

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 40,212

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 14,893

 

AMENDMENT NO. 6

Public education of children

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 33,183

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 21,461

 

AMENDMENT NO. 7

Local option for selection of judges and funding of state courts

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 24,931

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 27,967

 

AMENDMENT NO. 8

Restructuring the State Cabinet

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 26,051

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 25,522

 

AMENDMENT NO. 9

Basic rights.

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 31,984

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 22,510

 

AMENDMENT NO. 10

Local and municipal property tax exemptions and citizen access to local officials

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 23,339

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 28,749

 

AMENDMENT NO. 11

Ballot access, public campaign financing and election process revisions

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 33,808

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 18,771

 

AMENDMENT NO. 12

Firearms purchases; local option for criminal history records check and waiting period

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 37,184

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 17,485

 

AMENDMENT NO. 13

Miscellaneous matters and technical revisions

»»»»»» YES FOR APPROVAL 24,799

»»»»»» NO FOR REJECTION 25,761

 

Revised 6/22/99