Below are the records of election results from 1996 to the present which have been certified by the canvassing board, and whose records are in the possession of the Supervisor of Elections. For election results dated prior to 1996, please contact our office to make a public records request. Presidential Elections are in bold.
For election results for the City of Alachua, City of Archer, City of Hawthorne, City of High Springs, Town of LaCrosse, Town of Micanopy, Newberry, and City of Waldo, please contact the municipalities.
Please Note: Some elections do not have a turnout percentage because it is not known. For elections with a single page ballot, the number of "Cards Cast" is used to determine turnout because it equals one card, or page, per voter. Two elections in the list below are two-page ballots. Two-page ballots cause the "Cards Cast" number to be an incorrect representation of turnout because it equals two ballots per voter. For these elections, the contest with the highest "Times Counted" number is used to approximate turnout. Those two election are as follows:
2012 General Election: The presidential race is used for turnout.
2002 General Election: The governor's race is used for turnout.
Kim A. Barton, Supervisor of Elections, Alachua County
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History.—s. 1, ch. 2006-232.