2012 Primary Results
as of August 15, 3:12 pm
As the 2012 Primaries come to a late and still incomplete close, the general election match-ups are finally taking shape.
Of the 37 Republican races 11 candidates were virtually elected to the House, due to little or no competition in the General election. One race is in a mandatory recount; HD 55 – Johnson v Pigman where newcomer Carrie Pigman has a 26 vote lead.
On the other side of the aisle, of the 26 Democratic races, 12 were virtually elected to the House due to little or no competition in the General Election. One race in a mandatory recount; HD 107 – Julien v Watson where incumbent Barbara Watson was clinging to a 26 vote lead.
There were 8 Republican races tonight, all providing decisive victories. Seven of those candidates will face a General Election opponent.
The Democratic primaries had 3 races, with one (SD 27) is headed to a manual recount. Currently Jeff Clemens leads Mack Bernard by 45 votes with a manual recount expected tomorrow. The winner of that race will be elected to the Senate.
Bottom line, HD 55 (Johnson v Pigman), HD 107 (Julien v Watson) and SD 27 (Bernard v Clemens) are too close to call.
Please check aif.com for current Primary results as they are updated by the Florida Division of Elections.
View the current "Unofficial" Primary results as of August 15, 3:12 pm