The latest poll results as of 11:30 pm:
Gainesville At Large 2 has 100% of the Precincts reporting with Hawkins winning the seat on the City Commission.
In the Gainesville District 2 race, 100% Precincts are reporting but there is no winner declared. Because not one of the candidates brought in more then 60% of the votes, 2 of the 3 runners will vie for the position in 3 weeks. Lauren Poe and Bonnie Motts will be the candidates on that ballot.
And in the Gainesville District 3 race, 100% of the Precincts report that Jack Donovan won by 70%.
In the Florida State Primary, Democratic Presidential Candidate, Senator Hillary Clinton, grabbed the win with 49% of the votes. And Senator John McCain grabbed the win on the Republican side with 36% of the votes.
Ammendment 1 passed state wide with 64% of the vote voting in favor of the Constitutional Revision.
The latest poll results as of 7:49 pm:
According to the Alachua County Elections Site:
Gainesville At Large 2 has 76% of Precincts reporting with Hawkins in the lead by 65%
Gainesville District 2 has 100% Precincts reporting with Bonnie Motts gaining 42.45% of the votes
Gainesville District 3 has 87% of Precincts reporting with Commissioner Jack Donovan gaining 70% of the votes.
For the state primaries, 88% of Precincts reporting with John McCain in the lead with 88% of the votes. On the Democratic side, Sen. Barack Obama is leading with 46% of the votes.
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