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Hernando County 2022 General Election Results

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The Associated Press has called the governor race, senate race, and all three of Florida’s cabinet races. Governor Ron DeSantis has been re-elected over former governor Charlie Christ. Marco Rubio has been elected over Val Demings. Ashley Moody has been reelected attorney general, Jimmy Patronis has been elected chief financial officer and Wilton Simpson has been elected agriculture commissioner. Both Jimmy Patronis and Wilton Simpson are from Pasco. Gus Michael Bilirakis has been elected US Representative in Congress District 12 over Kimberly Walker.

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In the state races, Blaise Ingoglia was elected to the Florida Senate District 11. John Temple was elected State Representative for District 52 and Jeff Holcomb was elected State Representative for District 53.

Locally, the Hernando County School Board election was split with incumbent Susan Duval being re-elected and former school board member Mark Johnson being elected over the incumbent Kay Hatch.

The County’s half-cent sales tax referendum did not pass. All three constitutional amendments did not pass.

In the Brooksville City Council election, newcomers Casey Thieryung and W. Thomas Bronson were elected.

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In Hernando County, there are currently 148,486 registered voters.  In the 2022 General Election, 80,523 ballots were counted, yielding a 54.23% voter turnout.

The Hernando County general election results are as follows.

United States Senator
Marco Rubio (REP) 68.36% 54,776
Val Demings (DEM) 30.29% 24,271
Dennis Misigoy (LPF) 0.44% 352
Steven B. Grant (NPA) 0.58% 462
Tuan TQ Nguyen (NPA) 0.27% 213
Write-in 0.07% 53

Representative in Congress District 12
Gus Michael Bilirakis (REP) 70.04%  55,669
Kimberly Walker (DEM) 29.86%  23,735
Write-in 0.09%  74

Governor and Lieutenant Governor
Ron DeSantis (REP) 69.95%  56,200
Charlie Crist (DEM) 29.47%  23,674
Hector Roos (LPF) 0.23%  181
Carmen Jackie Gimenez (NPA) 0.36%  287

Attorney General
Ashley Moody (REP) 71.83%  57,105
Aramis Ayala (DEM) 28.17%  22,398

Chief Financial Officer
Jimmy Patronis (REP) 69.93%  55,062
Adam Hattersley (DEM) 30.07%  23,678

Commissioner of Agriculture
Wilton Simpson (REP) 71.02%  55,947
Naomi Esther Blemur (DEM) 28.98%  22,832

State Senator District 11
Blaise Ingoglia (REP) 72.02%  55,283
Brian Patrick Moore (GRE) 27.98%  21,478

State Representative District 52
John Temple (REP) 73.95%  15,165
Ash Marwah (DEM) 26.05%  5,342

State Representative District 53
Jeff Holcomb (REP) 69.03%  40,022
Keith G. Laufenberg (DEM) 30.97%  17,954

Justice of the Supreme Court Canady
Yes/Sí 65.65%  46,761
No 34.35%  24,466

Justice of the Supreme Court Couriel
Yes/Sí 67.57%  47,798
No 32.43%  22,940

Justice of the Supreme Court Grosshans
Yes/Sí 67.59%  47,642
No 32.41%  22,841

Justice of the Supreme Court Labarga
Yes/Sí 63.61%  44,736
No 36.39%  25,598

Justice of the Supreme Court Polston
Yes/Sí 63.47%  44,572
No 36.53%  25,655

Fifth District Court of Appeal Cohen
Yes/Sí 62.82% 43,699
No 37.18%  25,861

Fifth District Court of Appeal Edwards
Yes/Sí 69.11% 47,830
No 30.89%  21,376

Fifth District Court of Appeal Lambert
Yes/Sí 68.54% 47,308
No 31.46%  21,716

Fifth District Court of Appeal Nardella
Yes/Sí 69.83% 48,306
No 30.17%  20,868

Fifth District Court of Appeal Traver
Yes/Sí 69.46% 47,883
No 30.54%  21,052

Fifth District Court of Appeal Wozniak
Yes/Sí 70.40% 48,675
No 29.60%  20,463

School Board District 1
Kay Hatch 47.57%  33,974
Mark C. Johnson 52.43%  37,450

School Board District 5
Susan D. Duval 52.43%  37,839
Monty Floyd 47.57%  34,338

Brooksville City Council Member, Seat 4
Chris Kingsley 47.42%  1,332
Casey Thieryung 52.58%  1,477

Brooksville City Council Member, Seat 5
Pat Brayton 34.75%  983
W. Thomas Bronson 65.25%  1,846

Southern Hills Plantation 1 Community Development District Seat 2
Phyllis D. Heisey 45.29%  125
Richard A. Pakan 54.71%  151

No. 1 Constitutional Amendment Article VII, Section 4; Article XII
Yes/Sí 51.03%  37,909
No 48.97%  36,375

No. 2 Constitutional Amendment, Article II, Section 5; Article XI
Yes/Sí 50.86%  37,504
No 49.14%  36,229

No. 3 Constitutional Amendment Article VII, Section 6; Article XII
Yes/Sí 52.77%  40,409
No 47.23%  36,162

Optional 1/2-Cent Sales Surtax Referendum
Yes – For the 1/2-cent sales tax 45.14% 34,999
No – Against the 1/2-cent sales tax 54.86% 42,529

Rocco Maglio
Rocco Magliohttps://www.roccomaglio.com
Rocco Maglio is a co-founder of the Hernando Sun. He grew up in Brooksville and graduated from Hernando High. He then worked in technology for starting in the early 1990s. He was fascinated by the potential of the Internet even though at the time there were not graphical browsers. He recently earned a Master of Science in Information Technology with a specialization in Cybersecurity.
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