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updated: Tue Nov 7 22:09:38 2000

Hernando election news
  • Bernardini bests longtime adversary
  • Sikes will succeed her sister upon retirement
  • Experienced teacher wins out over mom
  • Williams captures historic win
  • Early tally: Andrews first, Martin second, Hollander third
  • Democrats take over the board
  • Big ticket polls' big draw
  • Hernando County election results
    Name Party Total Votes Cast % of Vote
    SHERIFF
    Richard Nugent R 31204 49.04%
    James McConnell D 29334 46.10%
    Michael Robinson Sr. 3088 4.85%
    (with 51 of 51 precincts reporting)
    TAX COLLECTOR
    Garry Allen R 25248 40.49%
    Juanita Sikes D 37110 59.51%
    (with 51 of 51 precincts reporting)
    SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
    Gustave Guadagnino R 27146 43.46%
    Annie Williams D 35313 56.54%
    (with 51 of 51 precincts reporting)
    COUNTY COMMISSIONER - District 1
    Martha Jane Baldwin R 28156 45.69%
    Mary Whitehouse D 33474 54.31%
    (with 51 of 51 precincts reporting)
    COUNTY COMMISSIONER - District 3
    Carey Carlson R 30446 49.21%
    Diane Rowden D 31427 50.79%
    (with 51 of 51 precincts reporting)
    COUNTY COMMISSIONER - District 5
    William Merritt R 29252 47.27%
    Mary Aiken D 32636 52.73%
    (with 51 of 51 precincts reporting)
    SCHOOL BOARD - District 2
    Gail Coleman 35760 63.60%
    Shannon Laviano 20465 36.40%
    (with 51 of 51 precincts reporting)
    SPRING HILL FIRE AND RESCUE DISTRICT - Seat A
    Vote for three
    Dennis Andrews 19244 24.37%
    Jeffrey Hollander 15468 19.59%
    Donald Knutson 14909 18.88%
    Alfred Kroner 10119 12.82%
    Richard Martin Jr. 19211 24.33%
    (with all of all precincts reporting)
    CITY OF BROOKSVILLE
    CITY COUNCIL, Group 3
    Joe Bernardini 1215 47.44%
    Pat Brayton 719 28.07%
    Robert Pruitt 627 24.48%
    (with 5 of 5 precincts reporting)
    CITY OF BROOKSVILLE
    No.1 Charter Amendment
    Amends section to conform to state statutory requirements and changes language to add clarity to intent.
    Yes to approve 1843 77.05%
    No to reject 549 22.95%
    (with 5 of 5 precincts reporting)
    CITY OF BROOKSVILLE
    No.2 Charter Amendment
    Amends section to permit any sum appropriated during the fiscal year within the various departments of the City for a particular use, which is not required for such use, to be applied to other expenses of the department, however, total department appropriations may not be exceeded without City Council approval.
    Yes to approve 1502 63.56%
    No to reject 861 36.44%
    (with 5 of 5 precincts reporting)
    CITY OF BROOKSVILLE
    No.3 Charter Amendment
    Amends section to delete unnecessary language and deletes restrictions that are more appropriate for the City Code of Ordinances/Purchasing Policy. Sets bid limits to be established by Florida Statutes.
    Yes to approve 1839 77.82%
    No to reject
    524
    22.18%
    (with 5 of 5 precincts reporting)
    CITY OF BROOKSVILLE
    No.4 Charter Amendment
    Amends section to change the charter review process to concide with the regular election schedule by having a review every six years instead of every five years and streamlines and shortens the review procedure.
    Yes to approve 1656 69.09%
    No to reject 741 30.91%
    (with 5 of 5 precincts reporting)

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