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Title: Tabulation of official votes
Portion of title: Florida general election
Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of State
Florida -- Division of Elections
Publisher: The Secretary
Place of Publication: Tallahassee?
Creation Date: 1948
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Statement of Responsibility: compiled by ..., Secretary of State.
Issuing Body: Vols. for Nov. 2, 1976- compiled by Division of Elections, Dept. of State.
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TABULATION OF


OFFICIAL VOTES CAST

IN THE


GENERAL ELECTION


NOVEMBER 2.,


1948


COMPILED BY
R. A. GRAY
SECRETARY OF STATE


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OFFICIAL VOTE-STATE OF FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION-1948
TABULATED BY COUNTIES
(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State)


PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS


FOR TRUMAN AND BARKLEY





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I. Alachua.............. 3,745 3,673 3,681 3,672 3,655 3,657 3,658 3.642
2. Baker............... 849 849 851 848 846 843 843 842
3. Bay................. 5,168 5,168 5,168 5,168 5,168 5,168 5,168 5,168
4. adord............. 1,228 1,228 1,225 1,212 1,218 1,220 1,222 1,218
5. BDreard.............. 2 348 2,362 2,361 2,3!6 2,327 2,325 2,327 2,329
6. Broward .............. 7,096 7,087 7,077 7,073 7,008 7,004 7,004 7,012
7. Calhoun......:....... 1,404 1,404 1,404 1,404 1,404 1,404 1,404 1,404
S. Charlotte............. 520 5 18 519 518 516 518 516 518
9. Citrus................. 940 940 940 940 940 940 940 940
10. Clay ................ 1,544 1,540 1,542 1,541 1,539 1,539 1,539 1,530
11. Collier................. 362 362 362 362 359 359 30 360
12. Columbia.............. 1,797 1,795 1,795 1,794 1 1,84 1782 1782 1,784
13. Dade ................. 59,681 58,573 58,632 58,415 58,351 58,365 58,458 58,188
14. DeSoto .............. 1,157 1,157 1,157 1,151 1,142 1,141 1,142 1,141
15. Dixie................. 862 863 863 663 679 679 679 679
16. Duval ................ 28,667 22,558 22,551 22,271 21,119 20,975 20,800 20,661
17. Escambia ............. 13,82 13,979 13,978 13,974 13,911 13,914 13,913 13,912
18. Flagler............... 153 153 152 153 150 150 151 151
19. Franklin.............. 635 632 632 633 628 629 628 629
20. Gadsden .............. 1,427 1,425 1,426 1,425 1,421 1,421 1,421 1,421
21. Gilchrist............. 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884
22. Glades............... 274 274 274 274 274 274 274 274
23. Gulf ................. 1,219 1,219 1,219 1,219 1,219 1,219 1,219 1,219
24. Hamilton ............ 1,071 1,067 1,069 1,051 1,048 1,045 1,069 1,048
21. Hardee............... 1,871 1,874 1,874 1,873 1,869 1,868 1,869 1,869
26. Hendry............... 69 699 699 699 691 692 6695 695
27. Hernando ............. 825 823 823 823 823 823 823 817
28. Highlands............. 2,257 2,257 2,257 2,257 2,257 2,257 2,257 2,257
29. Hillsborough.......... 18,854 18,292 18,392 18,371 18,316 18.344 18,223 18,285
30. Holmes............... 1,799 1,802 1,801 1,800 1,794 1,709 1,795 1,794
31. IndianRiver.......... 1,055 1,065 55 1,055 1,055 1,055 1,055
32. Jackson............... 1,6 3,16 ,69 ,169 3,169 3,169 3,169 3,169 3,169
33. Jefferson ............. 700 700 701 700 699 699 699 699
34. Lafayette............. 975 975 875 575 75 75 75 975 975
35. Lake ................. 3,474 3,479 3,475 3,474 3,43 3,453 3,450 3,451
36. Lee ................. 1,883 1,893 1,881 1,877 1,865 1,867 1,866 1,864
37. Leon................. 3,607 3,735 3,697 3,896 3,558 3,575 3,581 3,839
38. Levy................. 1,128 1,225 1,123 1,123 1,117 1,17 1,117 1,104
39. Liberty............... 737 737 737 737 737 737 737 737
40. Madison ............... 1,189 1.185 1,185 1,184 1,178 1,117 1,177 1,177
41. Manatee .............. 2,7 2,7 2,78 ,76 2,766 2,758 2,758 2,758 2,756
42. Marion............... 4,650 4,60 4,609 4,605 4,593 4,591 4,153 4,686
43. Martin................ 815 815 181 8165 815 815 815 815
44. Monroe ............... 3,769 3,504 3,497 3,407 3,479 3,501 3,460 3,436
45. Nassau .............. 1,518 1,517 1,517 1,517 1,617 1,165 1,515 1,615
46. Okaloosa.............. 2,51V 2,519 2,519 2,510 2,515 2,510 2,519 2,519
47. Okeehobee ........... 784 783 783 783 777 777 777 777
48. Orange............... ,10 C3 10,095 9,082 10,074 10,003 ,909 0,998 9,995
49. Osceola............... 1,5:7 1,576 1,574 1,572 1,568 1,568 1,568 1,569
50. PalmBeach........... 9,08 9,17 186 9,159 9,148 9. ,137 ,134 9,146
51. Paseo ................ 2,375 2,379 2,377 2,379 2,362 2,358 2,355 2,352
62. Pinellas............... 15,724 15,722 15,721 15,715 15,622 15,618 15,613 15,604
53. Polk ................ 12,034 12,047 11,939 12,025 11,987 11,089 11,082 11,084
54. Putnam............... 1,947 1,949 1,948 1,950 1,29 1,930 1,929 1,927
55. St.Johns ............. 1,994 1,992 1,987 1,987 1,965 1,965 1,963 1,964
56. St.Lueie .............. 1,704 1,698 1,701 1,698 1,696 1,698 1,697 1,696
57. Santa Rosa........... 2,316 2,316 2,316 2.316 2,316 2,316 2,316 2,316
B8. Sarasota............... 2,302 2,297 2,296 2.292 2,261 2,265 2,260 2,265
59. Seminole............ 2,261 2,264 2,260 2,258 2,246 2,246 2,248 2,247
60. Sumter................ 1,411 1,417 1,416 1,414 1,414 1,412 1,412 1,411
81. Suwannec ............... 3,033 3,031 3,032 3,028 2,960 2,962 2,961 2,962
62. Taylor................ 1,354 1,355 1,358 1,357 1,354 1,351 1,348 1,347
683. Union............... 594 599 598 598 592 591 591 591
64. Volusia ............... 9,202 8,596 8,593 8,585 8,484 8,489 8,313 8,241
65. Wakulla .............. 997 997 997 97 97 997 7 997 997
66. Walton ............... 2,366 2,371 2,366 2,371 2,351 2,350 2,350 2,352
67. Washington........... 1,380 .1,319 1,378 1,377 1,373 1,373 1,374 1,373

Totals............ 281,988 273,372 273,137 272,368 270,242 270,150 269,738 269,182

Grand Total... ............. ... .... ...... .......... .. ... ................ ......................... ................. 2,180,177









OFFICIAL VOTE-STATE OFLORIDC GENERAL ELECTION-1948
TABULATED BY COUNTIES
(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State)


PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS


FOR THURMOND AND WRIGHT



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1. Alachua.............. 3,937 3,837 3,839 3,834 3,831 3,834 3,828 3,832
2. Baker......... ...... 213 210 212 213 211 209 204 209
3. Bay ................. 1,193 1,193 1,193 1,193 1,193 1,193 1,193 1,193
4. Bradford..... ....... 593 552 52 544 543 541 541 541
5. Brevard.............. 857 857 856 856 846 843 843 843
6. Broward............. 2,300 2,297 2,298 2,296 2,267 2,265 2,263 2,264
7. Calhoun ............. 258 258 258 258 258 258 258 258
8. Charlotte............. 172 172 172 172 170 170 170 170
9. Citrus................ 244 244 244 244 244 244 244 244
10. Clay................. 457 457 457 457 456 456 456 456
11. Collier ............... 251 251 252 251 251 251 251 251
12. Columbia............. 078 977 977 977 967 967 987 908
13. Dade................ 7,136 6,859 6,879 6,841 6,886 6,842 6,823 6,830
14. De Soto.............. 350 347 345 344 340 340 340 339
15. Dixie................. 295 294 293 292 293 292 292 292
16. Duval................. 14,428 11,783 11,679 11,445 10,846 10,907 10,569 10,878
17. Eseambia............. 4,790 4,878 4,878 4,879 4,835 4,835 1 4,840 4,843
18. Flagler............... 330 332 330 331 332 328 1 329 329
19. Franklin.............. 294 294 293 294 292 293 292 23
2 Gadsden ....... ... 992 991 991 989 085 985 885 987
21. Gilchrist.............. 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131
22. Glades................ 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127
23. Gulf.................. 209 209 200 209 209 209 209 209
24. Hamilton............. 337 334 334 337 329 320 329 329
25. Hardee ............... 281 281 280 281 278 280 279 278
26. Hendry............... 241 242 242 241 233 233 233 233
27. Hernando ............ 372 372 372 372 366 366 360 366
28. Highlands............. 498 498 498 498 498 498 498 498
29. Hillsborough.......... 5,094 4,485 4,500 4,473 4,489 4,475 4,449 4,450
30. Holmes............... 902 902 902 902 901 901 901 002
31. Indian River.......... 246 248 246 246 246 246 246 246
32. Jackson............... 1,917 1,917 1,917 1,917 1,017 1,917 1,917 1,917
33. Jefferson.............. 467 467 467 467 467 467 467 467
34. Lafayette.......... 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117
35. Lake................. 1,180 1,177 1,176 1,177 1,164 1,164 1,164 1,163
36. Lee............ 1,600 1,801 1,597 1,596 1,582 1,579 1,579 1,582
37. Leon................. 1,350 1,373 1,356 1,332 1,359 1,344 1,331 1,338
38. Levy ................ 62 658 657 657 654 656 655 655
39. Liberty............... 81 81 81 81 81 81 81 81
40. Madison............. 898 897 897 897 894 894 894 894
41. Manatee.............. 1,431 1,428 1,429 1,428 1,425 1,426 1,425 1,426
42. Marion............... 1,640 1,628 1,626 1,624 1,622 1,619 1,620 1,618
43. Martin............... 323 323 323 323 323 323 323 323
44. Monroe............... 122 94 91 91 90 90 91 85
45. Nassau .............. 681 681 681 681 672 676 673 673
46. Okaloosa.............. 992 992 992 992 992 902 992 992
47. Okeechobee .......... 84 85 84 84 7 79 7 7 79
48. Orange............... 3,374 3,371 3,374 3,361 3,324 3,323 3,319 3,325
49. Oseeola ........... 357 359 356 356 355 356 354 355
50. PalmBeach......... 3,226 3,082 3,074 3,075 3,116 3,077 3,102 3,086
51. Pasco............ ... 628 627 626 624 615 615 614 813
52. Pinellas........... 3,400 3,400 3,399 3,396 3,370 3,370 3,368 3,366
53. Polk................. 2,0S2 2,001 2,993 2,991 2,975 2,967 2,969 2,969
4. Putnam............... 1,431 1,432 1,431 1,432 1,421 1,422 1,422 1,421
55. St. Johns............. 2,438 2,436 2,437 2,431 2,422 2,419 2,418 2,431
56. St. Lucie............. 1,027 1,028 1,026 1,026 1,021 1,021 1,021 1,021
57. Santa Rosa........... 639 639 639 039 639 639 639 639
58. Sarasota.............. 1,213 1,208 1,209 1,203 1,180 1,191 1,181 1,185
59. Seminole.............. 1,060 1,062 1,060 1,060 1,051 1,051 1,052 1,051
60. Sumter................ 486 486 486 486 485 485 485 485
61. Suwannee.............. 786 785 785 786 776 775 774 774
62. Taylor................. 422 422 422 422 422 419 412 418
63. Union................ 225 225 225 223 220 220 220 218
64. Volusia............... 2,411 2,199 2,168 2,171 2,175 2,098 2,132 2,158
65. Wakulla ............. 305 305 305 305 305 305 305 305
66. Walton ............... 761 754 753 753 744 743 744 747
67. Washington........... 523 523 523 523 520 520 520 520

Totals............ 89,755 85,763 85,611 85,254 84,427 84.288 83,015 84,284

Grand Totals. ............ .. .. .. ..... .... .................... .... 83,297











OFFICIAL VOTE-STATE OF FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION-1948
TABULATED BY COUNTIES

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State)


PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS



FOR DEWEY AND WARREN


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1 Alachua.............. 2,403
2. Baker ................ 112
3. Bay............ ... 928
4. Bradford.............. 357
5. Brevar d............. 2,315
6. Broward.............. 9,933
7. Calhoun.............. 123
x. Charlotte............. 559
9. Citrus......... ...... 461
10. Clay................. 722
11. Collier................ 247
12. Columbia ........... 553
13. Dade................. 41,301
14. De Soto.............. 569
15. Dixie.... ........... 111
16. Duval................ 15,379
17. Escambia............. 3,267
18. Flagler................ 154
19. Franklin............. 130
20. Gadsden............ 376
21. Gilchrist.............. 46
22. Glades.... ............ 150
23. Gulf......... ......... 146
24. Hamilton........... 202
25. Hardee............... 689
26. Hendry............... 340
27. Hernando ............. 441
28. Highlands............. 1,471
29. Hillsborough .......... 13,529
30. Holmes................ 492
31. IndianRiver.......... 1,134
32. Jackson.............. 648
33. Jefferson.............. 153
34. Lafayette ... ........ 52
85. Lake............. ..... 3,79
36. Lee. .................. 2,276
37. Leon................. 1,149
38. Levy................ 225
39. Liberty .............. 30
40. Madison.............. 207
41. Manatee.............. 3,371
42. Marion.. ............ 1,829
43. Martin............... 948
44. Monroe............... 548
45. Nassau .............. 540
46. Okaloosa .......... 486
47. Okeeebobee..... ..... 179
48. Orange ............. 11,971
49. Osceola.............. 1,575
50. Palm Beach ......... 10,996
51. Paso .......... .. .. 1,839
52. Pinellas............... 24,900
53. Polk.. .......... 7,692
54. Putnam ............ 1,435
55. St.Johns........... 1,840
56. St. Luci .............. 1,689
57. Santa Rosa.......... 549
58. Sarasota............. 3,559
59. Seminole.............. 1,665
60. Sumter............. 251
61. Suwannee............. 398
62. Taylor.............. 216
63. Union................ 55
64. Volusia.. ............ 7,764
65. Wakulla.. ........ 72
66. Walton............... 652
67. Washington.......... 297

Totals ............ 194,280


Grand Totals...... ...............


2,335
112
928
357
2,315
9,915
128
559
461
722
247
553
40,519
566
111
12,546
3,267
154
130
376
46
150
146
200
689
340
441
1,471
13,292
491
1,134
648
153
52
3,578
2,276
1,188
225
30
207
3,369
1,808
948
487
539
486
179
11,969
1,570
10,726
1,836
24,892
7,687
1,434
1,839
1,689
549
3,564
1,603
255
398
224
53
7,380
72
651
297

189,622


2,336
111
928
356
2,316
9,914
128
559
461
722
247
552
40,521
565
111
12,470
3,266
155
130
376
46
150
146
199
688
340
441
1,471
13,319
490
1,134
848
153
52
3,577
2,276
1,166
225
30
206
3,368
1,806
948
491
540
486
179
11,974
1,570
10,701
1,835
24,889
7,689
1,433
1,841
1,686
549
3,560
1,683
255
398
225
53
7,238
72
651
297

189,378

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2,338
112
928
356
2,315
9,913
128
559
401
722
247
554
40,555
566
111
12,433
3,267
154
130
376
46
150
146
199
688
340
441
1,471
13,289
490
1,134
648
153
52
3,E77
2,277
1,149
224
30
206
3,369
1,810
948
486
540
486
179
11,964
1,569
10,717
1,836
24,893
7,656
1,436
1,838
1,688
549
3,559
1,665
255
398
224
53
7,237
72
650
297

189,309


2,336
111
928
356
2,214
9,905
128
556
461
722
247
553
40,510
565
111
12,312
3,267
152
130
376
46
150
146
199
688
340
441
1,471
13,299
490
1,134
648
153
52
3,577
2,276
1,153
223
30
206
3,368
1,807
948
488
540
486
179
11,960
1,569
10,715
1,835
24,893
7,656
1,435
1,837
1,685
549
3,559
1,662
255
398
225
53
7,224
72
651
297

189,111


2,352
111
928
354
2,313
9,904
128
559
461
722
247
553
40,404
566
111
12,215
3,267
154
130
375
46
150
146
199
688
340
441
1,471
13,282
490
1,134
648
153
52
3,578
2,276
1,160
224
30
206
3,368
1,806
948
484
541
486
180
11,959
1,568
10.679
1,834
24.888
7,649
1,433
1,834
1,686
549
3,558
1,662
255
398
224
53
7,196
72
648
297


2,333
111
928
356
2,313
9,902
128
559
461
722
247
553
40,342
568
111
12,192
3,268
152
130
375
46
150
146
199
689
340
441
1,471
13,293
490
1,134
648
153
52
3,578
2,276
1,149
224
30
206
3,369
1,809
948
485
540
486
179
11,960
1,568
10,681
1,835
24,889
7,650
1,432
1,835
1,685.
549
3,558
1,662
255
399
224
53
7,189
72
650
297


2,325
112
928
354
2,311
9,908
123
559
461
722
247
553
40,249
566
111
12,027
3,267
153
130
375
46
150
146
199
688
399
440
1,471
13,265
490
1,134
648
153
52
3,577
2,276
1,126
224
30
206
3,367
1,795
948
488
539
486
178
11,9h2
1,569
10,673
1,834
24,888
7,649
1,434
1,834
1,685
549
3,551
1,662
255
397
224
53
7,146
72
649
297


189,823 188,725 188.413

.......... .......... 1,518,661


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OFFICIAL VOTE-STATE OF FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION-1948

TABULATED BY COUNTIES

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State)


PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS



FOR WALLACE AND TAYLOR


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Alachua ..............
Baker................
Bay..................
Bradford..............
Brevard...... .......
Broward .............
Calhoun ..............
Charlotte............
Citrus................
Clay.................
Collier................
Columbia.............
Dade.................
De Soto..............
Dixie.................
Duval................
Escambia ...........
Flagler...............
Franklin..............
Gadsden..............
Gilehrist..........
Glades................
Gulf.................
Hamilton.............
Hardee..............
Hendry.... ..........
Hernando.............
Ilighlands.............
Hillsborough .........
Holmes. .......... ...
Indian River ..........
Jackson.............
Jefferson.............
Lafayette .............
Lake.................
Lee ...............
Leon................
Levy............. .
Liberty...............
Madison.............
Manatee....... .....
Marion...............
M artin...............
Monroe.... ....
Nassau ...............
Okaloosa ..............
Okeechobee ..........
Orange...............
Osccola .......... ....
Palm Beach...........
Pasco. ...............
Pinellas..............
Polk .................
Putnam .............
St. Johns...........
St. Luele..... ........
Santa Rosa...........
Sarasota.............
Seminole.............
Sumter...............
Suwannee .............
Taylor................
Union.............
Volusia...............
Wakulla .............
Walton ..............
Washington..........

Totals ............

Grand Totals......


97
2
23
12
44
192
4
17
7
19
20
4
3,394
6
3
1,321
117
11
3
7

4
5
2
15
17
34
34
3,809
3
13
15
3
1
43
38
55
8
1
6
42
37
28
74
16
10
1
244
23
485
39
500
174
22
33
20
20
51
21
4
18
7

301
5
20
11

11,620


92
2
23
13
42
189
4
17
7
19
20
4
3,247
6
2
682
118
11
3
7

4
5
2
14
17
34
34
3,752
3
13
16
3
1
40
38
59
8
1
6
42
33
28
69
16
10
1
214
20
432
39
496
174
22
35
19
20
50
21
4
18


273
5
20
11

10,672


i


89
2
23
13
42
191
4
17
7
19
20
4
3,222
7
2
537
117
11
3
7

4
5
2
16
17
34
34
3,750
3
13
16
3
1
46
38
63
8
1
7
42
34
28
65
17
10
1
244
20
432
39
498
175
23
33
19
20
50
21
4
17
8

260
5
20
11

10,484


88
2
23
13
44
189
4
17
7
19
20
4
3,204
6
2
587
117
11
3
7

4
5
2
14
17
34
34
3,731
3
13
16
3
1
46
38
52
8
1
6
42
34
28
63
15
10
1
244
20
427
40
498
175
22
33
20
20
49
21
4
18
6

344
6
20
11

10,565


87
2
23
13
43
190
4
17
7
19
20
4
3,217
6
2
483
117
12
3
'7

4
5
2
15
17
34
34
3,732
4
13
16
3
1
46
38
52
8
1
6
42
32
28
63
16
10
1
241
20
429
39
497
175
23
35
19
20
50
21
4
17
8

263
5
20
11

10,396


2



88
2

23
12
43
192
4
17
7
19
20
4
3,202
6
2
457
119
10
3
7

4
5
3
14
17
34
34
3,741
3
13
16
3
1
46
38
54
8
1
6
42
33
28
63
17
10
1
241
21
434
39
498
174
21
33
19
20
50
21
4
17
6

262
5
20
11


t&




88
2
23
13
42
189
4
17
7
19
20
"4
3,217
6
2
480
117
10
3
7

4
5
2
16
17
34
34
3,743
3
13
16
3
1
46
38
51
8
1
6
42
32
28
62
16
10
1
241
20
429
40
497
176
22
34
19
20
49
21
4
17
6

266
5
20
11

10,399


2
23
12
42
192
4
17
7
19
20
4
3,238
6
2
537
117
10
3
7

4
5
2
15
17
34
34
3,772
3
13
16
3

46
38
54
8
1

42
31
28
65
17
10
1
244
21
434
39
499
173
23
34
19
20
50
21
4
18
6

268
5
20
11


* ........... ............ ... ......... ........ ............... 85,031











OFFICIAL VOTE-STATE OF FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION-1948
TABULATED BY COUNTIES

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State)


Alachua ........... ..
Baker ...........
Bay..................
Bradford............
Brevard ..............
Broward..............
Calhoun ..............
Charlotte .............
Citrus........ ......
Clay...............
Collier................
Columbia.............
Dade ...............
De Soto .......... ..
Dixie...... ..........
Duval ...............
Eseambia.............
Flagler ...............
Franklin...... .....
Gadsden..............
Gilchrist.............
Glades...... .........
Gulf............. ..- -
Hamilton.............
Hardee...... ........
Hendry............-.
Hernando............
Highlands.............
Hilloborough .........
Holmes................
Indian River..........
Jackson............
Jefferson............
Lafayette...........
Lake.................
Lee .................
Leon ...............
Levy ................
Liberty..............
M adison..... .........
Manatee............
Marion....... .......
M artin..............
Monroe ..............
Nassau...............
Okaloosa.............
Okeechobee...........
Orange ..............
Oseeola ..............
Palm Beach......... .
Pasco.............. -
Pinellas............. .
Polk ............. ..
Putnam ..............
St. Johns.............
St. Luie.............
Santa Rosa...........
Sarasota..............
Seminole.............
Sumter ..............
Buwannee ............
Taylor...............
Union...............
Volusia... ...........
W akulla..............
Walton .. .......
SWashington......:....


Totals.............

Grand Totals ......


FOR GOVERNOR


7,138
951
5,626
1,173
3,880
13,080
1,719
891
1,344
1.942
705
2,841
59,622
1,607
1,112
40,767
15,695
536
813
2,484
895
476
1,310
1,255
2,560
1,087
1,325
3,011
23,233
2,707
1,871
4,851
1,079
887
6,470
4,556
5,152
1,833
786
2,006
5,029
6,021
1,500
3,304
1,964
3,314
900
18,439
2,458
12,854
3,563
26,972
16,668
3,531
4,488
3,218
2,853
4,805
3,892
1,918
3,582
1,632
679
10,817
1,239
3,063
1,790


381,459

................


698
31
197
112
889
4,479
30
193
160
192
67
155
17,154
244
39
4,352
764
52
27
58
47
60
33
60
290
144
128
483
3,921
164
479
134
18
33
1,236
786
309
87
27
40
1,073
558
302
276
145
138
31
5,050
680
4,117
744
13,209
3,474
385
574
895
228
1,734
506
134
78
68
20
2,977
19
248
118


76,153 282,901

457,612 282,901


FOR
SECRETARY
OF STATE





En
ag




5,356
533
3,153
1,117
3,072
11,688
617
636
749
1,558
547
1,848
47,662
1,159
766
26,344
9,674
462
599
1,384
675
335
878
797
1,715
725
1,024
1,948
18,289
1,276
1,659
1,921
471
677
5,241
3,600
4,728
1,152
671
1,175
3,514
4,394
1,239
2,512
1,452
1,798
539
15,895
1,865
8,585
2,720
25,391
11,645
2,658
3,215
3,127
1,145
4,458
2,967
1,389
2,512
960
511
6,689
1,025
1,735
1,180


FOR FOR
ATTORNEY FOR STATE
GENERAL COMPTROLLER TREASURER





E V





5,125 5,282 5,136
444 475 439
2,836 3,252 2,816
999 1,055 992
2,975 3,222 3,005
11,276 11,392 11,097
536 824 529
593 634 607
897 969 887
1,500 1,544 ,516
521 543 506
1,670 1,791 1,690
46,502 47,304 46,485
1,089 1,145 1,077
670 776 680
25,160 26,415 26,203
9,211 9,407 9,110
451 455 437
556 604 503
1,233 1,313 1,228
632 659 620
310 327 302
837 762 808
731 783 707
1,618 1,741 1,589
641 672 627
1,045 1,062 984
1,843 1,913 1,806
17,903 18,081 18,024
1,173 1,310 1,153
1,489 1,459 1,488
1,721 1,823 1,631
412 451 417
707 671 623
4,928 5,276 5,044
3,401 3,480 3,285
4,736 4,748 4,689
1,046 1,088 1,042
675 672 665
1,125 1,152 1,106
3,334 3,312 3,268
4,290 4,420 4,232
1,203 1,221 1,140
2,478 2,504 2,464
1,401 1,443 1,332
1,592 1,727 1,606
508 523 465
15,116 16,763 15,426
1,707 1,783 1,677
8,363 8,536 8,300
2,511 2,629 2,532
24,845 25,278 24,657
10,918 11,511 10,936
2,520 2,771 2,460
3,177 3,230 3.082
2,930 3,057 2,934
788 1,087 997
4,272 4,434 4,273
2,459 2.857 2,728
1,215 1,395 1,234
2,231 2,399 2,210
888 971 883
269 521 476
6,572 5,706 6,471
976 1,003 929
1,660 1,862 1,678
1,002 1,071 978

270,451 281,356 271,009

270,451 281,356 271,000


FOR
COMMIS-
SIONER OF
AGRICULTURE


FOR
SUPERINTEN-
DENT OF
PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION A








I-


5,084
421
3,160
983
3,010
11,107
564
613
892
1,472
506
1,710
45,836
1,014
683
24,638
9,152
414
522
1,209
645
308
823
722
1,569
632
1,008
1,802
17,964
1,230
1,475
1,672
416
623
4,907
3,297
4,650
1,021
062
1,123
3,220
4,379
1,095
2.416
1,321
1,587
462
14,913
1,685
8,136
2,520
24,363
10,569
2,416
3,080
2,882
1,019
4,226
2,671
1,323
2,234
874
459
6,250
924
1,940
1,015

267,550

267,550


Ii
SE

- -z -


5,253
453
3,209
1,018
3.073
11,250
t576

840
1,535
526
1,680
46,961
1,074
728
26,733
8,974
459
544
1,250
659
316
836
716
1,621
638
1,054
1,850
18,445
1,207
1,395
1,690
428
670
5,162
3,385
4,774
1,064
665
1,111
3,316
4,519
1,165
2,501
1,392
1,625
497
15,413
1,710.
8,597
2,608
24,555
11,302
2,568
3,054
3,049
1,002
4,297
2,807
1,456
2,302
923
487
6,882
947
1,754
1,013

276,300

276,300


I











OFFICIAL VOTE-STATE OF FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION-1948

TABULATED BY COUNTIES
(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State)


FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT FOR
RAILROAD
COMMIS-
GROUP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3 GROUP 4 SIONER





s 2 Es



1. Alachua................................................................ ...... 4,566 4,419 4,727 4,552 4,520
2. Baker. ................................................................. 368 346 353 352 376
3. Bay...... ......................................................... 2,676 2,603 2,345 2,357 2,478
4. Bradford ..................... ........ ............................ 808 738 725 766 833
5. Brevard...............:. ............................................... 2,587 2,532 2,461 2,422 2,516
6. Broward................................................................. 10,523 10,322 10,184 10,141 10,287
7. Calhoun................. ....... ... .................................. 471 441 417 416 437
8. Charlotte ....................... ....... ....... ..................... 521 502 494 524 528
9. Citrus ............................................. ................... 747 733 701 777 789
10. Clay......... ... .............................................3.. .* 1,327 1,290 1,261 1,260 1,335
11. Collier .............. ....... ........................................... 460 440 432 446 468
12. Columbia ..................................................... ......... 1,311 1,277 1,214 1,229 1,341
13. Dade ................... ........ .............. ..... .. .............. 41,627 40,919 36,636 38,538 40,702
14. De Soto....................................... ........................ 919 863 849 876 876
15. Dixie .... .............................. ........................ .. 636 623 602 603 615
16. Duval............................................................. **22,962 22,305 22,244 22,624 22,782
17. Escambia.......... ................ ............................ ..... 7,879 7,506 7,466 7,481 7,841
18. Flagler.................... .......................................... 399 392 384 386 392
19. Franklin........ ......... ............................... ...... ...... 424 400 400 405 439
20. Gadsden...... ... ................................. .................... 1,106 971 1,015 946 1,022
21. Gilchrist................................................ ........... 576 576 593 563 570
22. Glades...... ............................................ 255 238 238 241 270
23. Gulf......................... ............................. .......... 771 752 768 725 377
24. Hamilton ....................................................... -****.. 623 624 579 580 622
25. Hardee ..................... .................................... 1,472 1,352 1,391 1,391 1,480
26. Hendry .................... .. ........... ... ..................... 574 551 534 537 569
27. Hernando... ..................................................... 830 771 756 824 875
28. Highlands................. ... ............................. ... ........... 1,567 1,517 1,606 1,493 1,619
29. Hillsborough........................ .... .................. 17,435 17,322 17,292 17,459 17,424
30. Holmes ............................................................ 979 947 915 916 1,007
31. IndianRiver.......... ......................................... 1,321 1,351 1,250 1,260 1,295
32. Jackson.......... .................... ..................... ......... 1,410 1,372 1,337 1,313 1,395
33. Jefferson....... ........... ............... 389 359 360 355 357
34. Lafayette ........... ................... ................................ 572 561 548 542 564
35. Lake ........... .............. .............................. 4,516 4,365 4,373 4,322 4,586
36. Lee... ...... ........................................ 3,002 2,846 2,868 3,112 3,050
37. Leon .............................................. .... .. 4,389 4,354 4,341 4,280 4,372
38. Levy ............................................... 915 890 930 905 923
39. Liberty............ ....... ..................................... 637 610 620 620 608
40. Madison .. ........... ............................................. 984 963 912 915 961
41. Manatee..... .. .......................... .. ......... .2,837 2,670 2,636 2,630 2,760
42. Marion... .. .. ............................................. .. 3,873 3,711 3,696 3,873 3,856
43. Martin ............. ...... ......................................... 943 989 908 940 960
44. Monroe ................ ... ....................................... 2,324 2,306 2,288 2,289 2,292
45. Nassau ................ ............. ................................. 1,155 1,112 1,099 1,120 1,139
46. Okaloosa............................................................... 1,315 1,306 1,253 1,251 1,351
47. Okeechobee......................................................... 403 438 390 374 370
48. Orange ................................................................ 13,826 13,182 13,095 13,417 13,812
49. Osceola.... .................................................... 1,521 1,486 1,463 1,478 1,524
50. Palm Beach............................................................ 7,175 7,000 6,923 7,303 7,376
51. Pasco ................... .... .. .................................. 2,252 2,132 2,104 2,282 2,232
52. Pinellas....... ............................................... 23,562 22,947 22,983 24,504 23,465
53. Polk.................... .. .................................... 8,823 8,314 8,273 8,503 9,201
54. Putnam ........ ...... ......................................... 2,101 1,962 1,937 1,944 2,016
55. St. Johns ....... .............................................. 2,582 2,448 2,463 2,511 2,703
56. St. Lucie............... ................................................. 2,743 2,82 2,715 2,752 2,733
57. Santa Rosa ......... .................................................... 850 793 761 811 796
58. Sarasota ................. ........................................ 4,015 3,857 3,824 3,837 3,967
59. Seminole............................... 2,264 2,270 2,271 2,264 2,462
60. Sumter ...................................................... 1,237 993 986 1,054 1,053
61. Suwannee... ..... ........................................ 1,922 1,898 1,803 1,801 1,923
62. Taylor....... ............................................. 784 770 740 740 741
63. Union ............... .............. .............................. 396 366 385 352 381
64. Volusia .................. ................. ...................... 5,190 4,896 5,029 5,413 5,395
65. Wakulla ............... .................................... .. ... 873 864 838 845 838
66. Walton ....... ................... ...................... ....... 1,708 1,582 1,412 1,427 1,484
67. W ashington ........ .................................................... 901 884 848 855 920

Totals ................. .............................. ......... .... 243,109 236,101 230,244 236,024 241,251

Grand Totals.................... .......... ... ....................................... .... 945,478 241,251


,---












OFFICIAL VOTE-STATE OF FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION-1948
TABULATED BY COUNTIES

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State)


FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS


1. Alachua...........
2. Baker.............
3. Bay..... .........
4. Bradford...........
5. Brevard ..........
6. Broward...........
7. Calhoun...........
8. Charlotte.........
9. Citrus.............
10. Clay ..............
11. Collier............
12. Columbia..........
13. Dade..............
14. DeSoto...........
15. Dixie..............
16. Dual ............
17. Escambia..........
18. Flagler............
19. Franklin...........
20. Gadsden...........
21. Gilchrist...........
22. Glades.............
23. Gulf..............
24. Hamilton..........
,25. Hardee............
26. Hendry............
27. Hernando..........
28. Highlands..........
29. Hillaborough.......
30. Holmes............
31. Indian River.......
32. Jackson............
33. Jefferson...........
34. Lafayette .........
35. Lake..............
36. Lee...............
37. Leon..............
38. Levy..............
39. Liberty............
40. Madison,..........
41. Manatee...........
42. Marion...........
43. M artin............
44. M onroe............
45. Nassau............
46. Okaloosa...........
47. Okeechobee........
48. Orange............
49. Osceola............
50. Palm Beach........
51. Pasco.............
52. Pinellas............
53. Polk..............
54. Putnam ..........
55. St.Johns..........
56. St. Lucie...........
57. Santa Rosa........
58. Sarasota...........
59. Seminole...........
60. Sumter............
61. Suwannee..........
62. Taylor. ........
63. Union.............
64. Volusia..........
65. Wakulla ........
66. W altn ......... .
67. Washington........

Totals........ .

Grand Totals...


FIRST
DISTRICT


















.. .. .

.. .

.. . -


.. . '

.. . -
.. .
.. .
.. . '


SECOND DISTRICT





rr





5,512 428
808 23

1,284 149

. .. .. ..... .. .. .... .. .




1,562 162

2,000 104


........ 24......
886 24


31,933





768


4,092




.............


THIRD
DISTRICT


FOURTH DISTRICT


no
m


3,103




521


8,832

541
1,190


......... .. 852 ............
1,135 39 .... ... .........
1 ,629 ... ......... .... ..... ........ ..... .


..... .......
938
1,74U
17,838

.............
.............

.............

.............

.............
.............
.............
3,057.....

.............
.............

.............
... .. .. .7

.............




.............

.............
.............
4,088... ..

.............




.............
.............

.............


......... ...


857




1,506

1,590





1,391


















2,635
1,261
587




............


. . . .
12
. . .. . .

. . .. .
62
. . .. .
34


. . .. .
. . . .
121
. . . .

. . . .
.............

. . . .











60
58
31

.. .. .... ..

I... ... .. ..


1,352

1,666
392




4,395

674







2,068












1,140









988
1,979
1,037

30,730


63,008 30,730


500

60,218


.............

.............




.............
.............
.... .. 47..

.............


63,665


.0

-Ir


74

14,735





........... .


.............
.............



.............

.............
10.. ..3

.............


14,912

78,577


FIFTH DISTRICT


0i


fi


SIXTH DISTRICT




A
3D *i
%' ^ S
EE Q 50
Q


2,505 I 1,463 ...... .... ............


1,041










420


5,995







5,007






13,018
1,050





2,526
3,011




2,774
1,664




7,328





46,939


204










101


1,405
.... ........







.. .... .. ...
680





.. .. .... ..
8,319
1,037





673
009
.............


1,052
133




3,525





19,501


66,440 .


10,805

629


1,089









310




792


233






339









93




166


3,219 1,070












525 8s


9,483 6,520






2,674 1,044














31,933 15,977

.......... 47, 10


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1
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1


-


........ .. .. ......... .. .. ...... ..... ........ 1,2


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OFFICIAL VOTE-STATE OF FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION-1948

TABULATED BY COUNTIES

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State)


NUMBER ONE NUMBER TWO NUMBER THREE NUMBER FOUR

Amendment to Article IX of the Amendment to Section 17 of Ar- Amendment to Article VII of the Amendment to Section 4 of Ar-
Constitution Providing That All ticleXII ofthe Consitution Allow- Constitution Creating Two Addi- ticle III of the Constitution Re-
Excise Taxes upon Gasoline oe ing the County Board of Education tional Senatorial Districts. rating to Eligibility and Compen-
Other Motor Fuel Shall Be Used to Issue Bonds for Use of Public satlon of Members of the Legis-
for Public Highway, Street, and Schools nature
Airport Purposes



FOR AGAINST FOR AGAINST FOR AGAINST FOR AGAINST


Alachua..............
Baker................
Bay..................
Bradford..............
Brevard..... .......
Broward. .... ........
Calhoun..............
Charlotte.... .......
Citrus................
Clay....... ........
Collier...... .......
Columbia .............
Dade...... ......
De Soto .... .........
D ixie .................
Duval................
Escambia.............
Flagler...............
Franklin..............
Gadsden..............
Gilchrist .............
Glades................
Gulf..................
Hamilton ...........
Hardee..............
Hendry...............
Hernando.............
Highlands ............
Hillsborouh ..........
Holmes...............
Indian River..........
Jackson..............
Jefferson..............
Lafayette .............
Lake.................
Lee ..................
Leon..................
Levy..................
Liberty ...............
M adison..............
M anatee..............
Marion...............
M artin...............
Monroe........ .....
Nassau...............
Okaloosa..............
Okeechobee. ......
Orange... .........
Oscenla.......... .
Palm Beach .......
Paseo ...............
Pinellas.... .......
Polk ...... .....
Putnam...........
St. Johns. .........
St. Lucie ...........
Santa Rosa........
Sarasota.... ....
Seminole.............
Sumter..............
Suwannee............
Taylor ................
Union ................
Volusia...............
Wakulla..............
W alton.............
Washington...........

Totals ..... .......

Grand Totals......


822
325
581
248
813
4,812
100
581
236
316
519
594
11,726
188
213
7,082
2,644
84
96
351
202
62
180
169
417
237
232
527
2,634
1,438
497
558
96
82
1,394
2,282
089
352
42
611
878
527
936
446
402
343
94
2,383
256
3,931
689
6,268
2,329
450
869
872
715
1,010
429
179
239
152
93
1,836
518
675
333


5,044
386
3,338
604
2,533
6,995
783
288
487
1,012
81
1,320
17,942
1,051
428
19,735
10,173
352
441
1,475
279
227
694
477
1,353
421
713
2,321
14,823
668
1,019
2,799
641
739
4,815
1,789
2,177
802
639
737
3,243
4,184
411
2,347
894
1,607
298
14,914
1,856
6,248
2,255
22,425
11,039
2,452
2,830
1,505
1,558
3,580
2,569
798
1,583
745
235
6,737
365
1,097
790

211,248

284,432


1,104
102
735
159
744
3,880
69
155
138
256
97
381
10,416
153
126
6,027
2,377
70
73
239
63
37
146
105
343
181
173
337
2,391
242
391
366
97
31
1,039
880
876
181
31
163
660
590
399
404
281
316
49
3,466
3.02
2,710
504
6,260
2,385
403
665
609
271
869
469
152
199
135
55
*1,160
149
243
131

59,210


4,353
251
2,990
503
1,900
7,042
607
319
373
793
235
979
16,330
1,033
363
14 608
8,953
359
355
1,299
267
190
624
359
1,388
384
595
2,372
14,009
753
840
2,208
486
488
3,623
2,615
1,718
689
576
444
2,965
3,729
508
2,273
555
1,147
235
10,324
1,242
5,351
2,050
19,462
9,571
2,155
2,693
1,378
1,265
3,450
1,967
637
1,293
579
158
6,100
216
1,058
795

181,427

240,637


1,257
62
1,158
115
628
3,730
296
148
119
232
254
375
10,437
97
39
5,587
4,884
90
108
299
42
60
286
101
312
177
141
291
2,797
199
377
478
139
51
978
2,267
1,237
149
304
145
588
545
303
2,318
267
387
40
3,767
312
2,519
408
6,084
1,937
570
690
564
267
767
489
124
182
136
46
1,378
120
276
209

65,729


2,714
151
1,059
497
1,380
5,520
258
213
323
305
49
502
13,149
555
185
9,045
3,226
161
140
649
200
121
194
293
929
285
419
1,280
10,762
568
600
954
298
378
2,276
587
1,264
423
82
335
2,129
2,807,
294
378
329
582
196
8,256
917
3,727
1,451
16,582
8,475
953
981
1,149
521
2,801
1,476
469
646
277
94
4,322
156
693
595

123,595


189,324 ............ .


2,526
105
1,114
435
1,170
6,881
130
268
216
344
276
596
15,276
357
70
6,798
5,514
164
117
410
174
108
287
191
572
291
331
779
6,731
265
681
650
159
278
2,003
2,373
1,493
259
502
198
1,727
1,412
500
986
351
515
144
6,348
612
3,702
1,087
15,133
5,844
735
881
1,004
383
2,380
905
326
338
230
68
2,798
253
356
173

109,778


1,668
147
1,117
266
968
3,185
239
160
209
309
21
485
8,348
275
172
8,413
3,008
142
147
684
165
87
195
288
517
186
279
868
4,866
598
332
948
286
319
1,446
553
1,057
418
41
343
1,011
1,858
188
257
325
590
126
5,960
646
2,503
696
8,788
4,022
880
948
808
554
1,241
961
298
655
253
98
2,501
157
690
620

81,373

191,151


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OFFICIAL VOTE-STATE OF FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION-1948

TABULATED BY COUNTIES
(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State)


NUMBER FIVE NUMBER SIX NUMBER SEVEN

Amendmentto Section 1 of Article Amendment to Article V of the Amendment to Article VIII of the
XVII of the Constitution Granting Constitution by Adding an Addi- Constitution by Adding an Addi-
the Legislature the Power to Pro- tional Section Relating to the Re- tional Section Regarding Assess-
pose Constitutional Amendments tirement of Judgee of the Supreme ment and Collection of Taxes in
During Special Session Court and Circuit Ccurts Saint Lucie County




1OR AGAINST FOR AGAINST FOR AGAINST


1. Alachua ............................................ 1,457 2,146 2,273 1,376 1,776 1,364
2. Baker.......................................... ............... 57 142 66 150 47 125
3. Bay .................................................... 838 979 1,080 906 782 818
4. Bradford ............................................. 144 389 296 268 105 281
5. Brevard............................................. 831 990 1,097 906 673 850
6. Broward....................... ....................... ,444 2,999 5,655 3,248 5,167 2,579
7. Calhoun............................................. 54 249 73 238 49 233
8. Charlotte................... ............. .. .. ... .... 209 140 260 109 145 92
9. Citrus ................. ....... ....................... 178 206 185 195 130 172
10. Clay............................................ .... 238 272 273 253 176 218
11. Collier ........ ................... ...... ................ 253 25 269 20 253 18
12. Columbia .................. ........................ 393 438 422 456 348 407
13. Dade..................... ...... ....... .......... .. 12,703 9,090 13,921 7,766 12,433 7,439
14. DeSoto. .................. ............ .. .......... 282 253 318 274 225 251
15. Dixie.................................................... 45 169 65 167 41 163
16. Duval .............. .......................... .......... 5,892 8,212 6,947 7,740 5,732 7,260
17. Escambia..................... ............ .............. 5,086 2,442 5,108 2,680 4,573 2,387
18. Flagler ................................................. 114 119 126 120 70 114
19. Franklin................................. ....... .... 88 135 98 130 78 116
20. Gadsden ................................................ 220 613 347 581 188 550
21. Gilchrist............ .. .............................. 49 174 67 169 31 166
22. Glades...... .........................................5 51 98 81 76 47 64
23. Gulf....................... .. .......... ............... 218 200 252 195 191 152
24. Hamilton.............................. .................. 75 265 91 273 51 252
25. Hardee....................... ...................... 479 423 484 419 397 367
26. Hendry............................................. 201 177 219 169 178 151
27. Hernando................................................. 272 201 300 217 191 191
28. Highlands....................... ..................... 692 666 842 646 565 564
29. Hillsborough............................................ 7,022. 3,850 7,314 3,382 6,798 2,986
30. Holmes............................................. 158 569 187 583 118 558
31. IndianRiver.......................................... 577 347 574 326 458 259
32. Jackson................................................ 424 878 481 862 273 833
33. Jefferson.............................. .......... ...... 104 227 138 208 99 188
34. Lafayette.......... .. ................................ 46 359 30 378 25 374
35. Lake...... ...................................... 1,561 1,541 1,842 1,323 1,167 1,226
36. Lee............................................2..... 2,195 439 2,317 440 2,033 345
37. Leon........ ..... ............ ............. .. 1,227 965 1,416 837 927 844
38. Levy .................. ........ ...... .... ............ 187 368 322 340 133 320
39. Liberty ............ .... ....... .......... .... ......... 40 3"8 118 167 137 202
40. Madison................................ ............. .... 129 307 173 311 113 250
41. M anatee........... ................................. 930 1,361 1,707 741 1,393 632
42. M arion................................................. 1,206 1,614 1,335 1,562 927 1,378
43. M artin. ................. ....... ................. .... 411 161 425 182 311 162
44. M onroe.................. ....... .... ................ 496 155 436 186 361 154
45. Nassau ..................... .......... .............. ... 261 294 295 293 193 252
46. Okaloosa............................................ ..... 443 502 397 501 306 416
47. Okeechobee ........................................... 122 109 109 110 56 111
48. Orange .................. .. .. ........................ 3,895 7,231 6,214 5,161 5,011 4,841
49. Osceola................................................. 501 548 555 577 336 493
50. Palm Beach............. ............. ............... 3,133 2,867 3,496 2,432 2,762 2,495
51. Pasco ................................................. 882 608 917 604 752 525
52. Pinellas............................................ 11,164 9,380 15,210 6,997 15,305 5,805
53. Polk............. ............... ......... ......... 5,188 3,623 5,553 3,210 4,293 2,888
54. Putnam............ ...... ...................... 562 800 722 787 419 783
55. St.Johns......................... ................... 784 751 973 816 728 720
56. St. Lucie ............ ....................... ...... .... 900 792 1,214 597 1,147 611
57. Santa Rosa............ .... .............. .......... .. 258 523 278 563 254 478
58. Sarasota.......................................... 1,81 1,400 2,278 1,032 1,839 917
59. Seminole.............. ....... ................ 558 1,041 714 937 504 863
60. Sumter............... ............................... 224 276 267 221 196 240
61. Suwannee......... ....................... .... .. .. ..... 205 629 213 562 141 574
62. Taylor............................................... 139 243 143 243 113 208
63. Union ...... 3.1..... ....................... 36 91 40 88 26 74
64. Volusia........... ............................... 2,584 1,958 2,765 1,892 2,917 1,993
65. Wakulla ........................................... .... 112 154 117 155 78 143
66. W alton ................................................ 216 652 223 681 128 590
67. Washington, ...................................... ... 140 584 173 561 120 542

Totals .......................................... 87,364 80,776 102,896 70,595 87,539 64,617

Grand Totals ................ ........... ...... 168,140 ................ 173,491 ................ 152,156


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OFFICIAL VOTE-STATE OF FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION-1948
TABULATED BY COUNTIES

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State)


NUMBER EIGHT NUMBER NINE

Amendment to Article VIII of the Amendment to Article VIII of the
Constitution by Adding an Addi- Constitution by Adding Additional
tionalSectionRegardingtheAsses- Section Regarding the Assessment
ment and Collection of Taxes In and Collection of Taxes in Volusia
Broward County County


Grand Totals...... ...............


Against


Alachua .............
Baker ... ....
Bay ... ... ...
Bradford ..............
Brevard .............
Broward ..........
Calhoun .............
Charlotte. ........
Citrus...............
Clay ........ .. ....
Colier................
Columbia ............
Dade.... ... .... .
De Soto ..... ..
Dixie. ........... .....
Duval .............
Escambia......... ... .
Flagler ....... ... -
Franklin .............
Gadsden.............
Gilchrist .............
Glades...... ..... .
G ulf.............. -
Hamilton .............
Hardee ...............
IIendry...............
Hernando.............
Highlands........... .
Hillsborough .........
Holmes ..............
Indian River.......
Jackson..... ........
Jefferson........ ....
Lafayette. .........
Lake ................
L ee.................
Leon .... ... .
Levy.......... .
Liberty ........ ....
Madison .............
Manatee .......... .
M arion..... ...... .
M martin ........... .
Monroc. ..............
Nassau ...............
Okaloosa .............
Okeechobee ...........
Orange...............
Osccola ..............
Palm Beach...........
Pasco ............. ..
Pincllas ............ ..
Polk .................
Putnam ........ ..
St. Johns ..........
St. Lucie.......... ..
Santa Rosa...........
Sarasota .............
Seminole .............
Sumter...............
Suwannee .............
Taylor ...............
Union, ...............
Volusia...... .... ..
W akulla ....... ......
S Walton...............
. Washington ...........

Totals ...........


For


1,735
43
744
97
672
6,023
49
160
127
178
245
338
12,228
221
35
5,402
4,560
70
77
187
39
47
196
47
397
163
195
543
6,779
107
464
262
90
20
1,142
2,037
935
124
200
104
1,373
903
289
355
284
304
49
5,014
334
2,770
736
15,081
4,205
398
711
859
231
1,824
508
201
143
107
29
2,422
65
132
110

86,519


Against


1,320
134
779
362
838
2,663
225
82
173
229
19
390
7,426
211
158
7,022
2,249
108
113
528
168
66
163
222
358
156
192
-538
2,904
562
242
811
189
377
1,225
340
818
324
212
270
612
1,363
171
148
264
441
109
4,807
487
2,404
515
5,652
2,865
783
703
570
490
916
840
218
546
213
71
1,867
135
598
554

63,506

150,025


NUMBER TEN NUMBER ELEVEN

Amendment to Article VIII of the Amendment to Article V
Consitution by Adding Additional Constitution by Adding an
Constitution by Adding an Addi- tional Section Relating
tional Section Regarding the As- Term of Office of Judges o
sessment and Collection of Taxes of Record in Escambia Co
In Pinellas County


For


1,732
45
722
112
659
5,142
44
154
128
198
247
340
12,187
222
29
5,537
4,574
70
73
186
37
47
186
51
388
160
196
540
0,705
123
446
262
89
22
1,098
2,017
863
132
227
103
1,381
904
287
350
186
209
42
5,030
342
2,542
744
15,058
4,074-
408
731
867
257
815
486
199
157
108
28
2,781
65
130
118

84,482


1,297
127
752
335
837
2,540
230
97
158
202
20
361
7,104
204
101
7,068
2,173
107
111
530
166
65
148
247
354
147
181
534
2,855
528
252
779
189
374
1,207
336
829
316
212
272
581
1,293
171
140
249
427
110
4,652
462
2,212
489
5,632
2,869
760
687
539
475
912
840
211
546
211
71
2,055
137
572
549

62,257


146,738 ................ 145,707 .


1,715
45
669
130
643
5,043
47
148
124
174
301
346
11,899
207
31
5,408
4,490
64
72
181
40
47
180
58
386
154
188
537
6,711
117
444
255
88
22
1,144
1,962
918
127
296
99
1,394
884
274
324
185
298
52
5,035
331
2,636
741
15,860
4,187
407
714
848
246
1,769
487
190
140
106
28
2,355
63
133
105

85,302


-__.-.-.---. I


of the
Addi-
to the
f Court
unty


1,297
126
766
335
810
2,430
221
104
166
210
18
378
7,081
215
159
6,844
2,212
110
109
516
161
62
162
240
362
156
185
535
2,890
506
240
795
187
366
1,151
375
806
316
215
260
578
1,324
174
150
245
414
111
2,694
471
2,390
501
8,092
2,815
754
672
542
471
911
830
220
575
258
72
1,817
120
581
548

60,405


I


I -~ -~
I


1,655
40
689
185
009
4,770
49
132
92
194
291
328
12,896
120
30
5,823
6,549
66
74
190
24
34
177
42
306
143
136
412
4,501
110
444
375
88
25
1,018
1,956
950
108
194
91
1,198
829
274
342
165
298
54
4,823
287
2,442
529
11,515
3,355
399
676
814
254
1,163
445
140
154
102
32
2,447
71
146
106

79,036


Against



1,382
121
718
278
799
2,585
225
95
194
203
26
352
6,525
329
160
6,900
2,424
111
99
508
170
78
147
239
519
169
240
805
5,566
522
247
742
179
370
1,312
362
801
341
176
264
717
1,380
164
130
182
408
121
4,738
522
2,154
841
8,949
3,822
707
617
M42
461
1,524
829
272
594
203
70
1,775
141
603
534

70,299

149,335












In addition to the votes tabulated
on the reverse page the following re-
ceived the number of votes opposite
their names for the office indicated:
Presidential Electors: Claude
Watson (10); Eisenhower (1); Fuller
Walren (1); Norman Thomas (16);
Tucker P. Smith (2); Leigh D. Co-
hen (3); Clinton Howard (3); Fred
Smith (3); Mary B. Erwin (3); Morg
Mums (3); J. Frank Grimes (3); Fred
Squires (3); Grace Howard (3); Dale
H. Learn (9); G. Rumb'e Hazen (2);
Ted Lindorf (2); John Mooney (2);
H. H. (Rufus) Parrish (2); P. L.
Pierce (2); H. N. Roth (2); Chas.
Mundee (1); Edward A. Trichert (1);
Stephen E. Emory (1); Buster Ken-
ton (2); Lloyd Fleming (2); Ernest
Murphy (2); Slick Tyner (2); B. G.
Grissom (2); Billy Perry (2); Jack
Williams (2); Dutch Lorenz (2);
"Shang" Bronson (2); Earl Murphy
(2); Tom Watson (3); Lindberg (1);
J. Edgar Hoover (1); Alban D. Bark-
icy (1); Watson (2); Clyde A. Wat-
son (5); A. B. Harbison (1); E. W.
Hutchings (1); J. J. Owens (1); Louis
Hinchliff (1); W. S. Cross (1); Jack
Davis (1); Dr. G. H. Warren (1);
Norman Nabinger (1); Horace Lou-
que (1) (120).
For Representative in Congress
-First District: Peck Walters (1);
C. V. McClurg (2); T. H. Hutchinson
(2); Dan Bishop (1); Tom Watson
(1); M. P. Williams (1) (8).
For Representative in Congress
-Second District: Ted Bayley (4);
Emory Price (3); W. T. Pace (1) -
(8).
For Representative in Congress
-Third District: Claude Pepper


(2); John W. Cole (6); Ike Whiting
(2); Henry Koontz (2); Ed Lewis (1);
Nomne Campbell (1); Grover Rob-
inson (1) (15).
For Representative in Congress
-Sixth District: Claude Pepper
(1).
Governor: Dan McCarty (17);
Colin English (3); Oscar Leverette
(1); E. A. Stebbins (1); Tom Wat-
son (2); Richard Danner (1); Gus J.
Dekle (1) (26).
Secretary of State: E. B. Ham-
mond (1); James Rolge (1); James
O'Hara (1); L. A. Heitz (1); J. Tom
Watson (1); Elmer Nix (1) (6).
Attorney General: Tom W. Wat-
son (2); J. Tom Watson (12); D. R.
Igou (1); Percy Jones (1); Tom Wat-
son, Jr. (1); Chas. Tuttle (1); Rex
Farrior (1); Grady Burton (1); Byron
Butler (1) (21).
Comptroller: Ed. Fraser (7); Ed.
Frazier (1); Edwin G. Frazier (10);
Bob Atkisson (1); Edwin Frasei (8);
C. J. Chryst (1); Rufus Hughes (1);
Colin English (1); Harry Lee (1);
John Davis (1); Eugene Crouse (1);
A. M. Lee (1); J. W. Weidler (1) -
(35).

Treasurer: Allen Taylor (1); Tom
Elmore (1); Edwin Fraser (1); Edwin
G. Fraser (1); J. H. Scales, Jr. (1) -
(5).
State Superintendent of Public
Instruction: Colin English (9); W. J.
Wooten.(1); Tom True (1); G. Nor-
man Rose (1); Harold Campbell (1);
W. M. ("Bill") Thomas (1); Robert
Dolley (1); D. S. Register (1) (16).


SCATTERING VOTES


Commissioner of Agriculture:
Frank S. Stevens (1); E. L. McLeod
(1); Geo. Smith (1); Elmer Geese (1);
Tom Watson (1); W. A. Lyle (3);
Lex Green (1); Ammon McLellan (5);
Edith Trask (1); T. J. Faulkner, Sr.
(1) (16).
Justice of the Supreme Court:
J. Tom Watson (3); Tom Watson (8);
Miles Lewis (1); W. M. Keene (1);
F. N. Jackson (1); Nicker Lamar (1);
J. T. Watson (1); Dean Hart (1);
Cyril Pogue (1); T. J. Swanson (1);
Decian O'Grady (1); Ben Lindsey
(1); L. W. Blanton (1) (22).
Railroad Commissioner: Lex
Green (6); L. Amergey (1); Tom
Watson (1); Rex Green (1); Tom
Brown (1); John Coley (1); J. H.
Kansinger (1) (11).
Circuit Judge: Louis Fraser (1);
J. M. Hoyle (1); Lee Poster (1); J. T.
Rose, Jr. (1); Dixie Beggs (1); L. M.
Blackwell (1) A. H. Culbreth (12);
Edd Smith (1); Harry P. Johnson
(4); Roy P. Hamlin (2); Lacy G.
Thomas (1); Norwood R. Strayhorn
(1); E. M. Magaha (1); Fred Mellor
(2); Dixie Beggs (1); Sam Murrow
(2); Brantley Burcham (1); Malcolm
Sterrett (1); Arnold Underwood (1);


F. J. Sharp (1); Hammond (1); Mat
Long (1); 0. S. Thacker (1); Ellis F.
Davis (1); Ralph Richards (1); Gus
Wilder (1); William Goza (1); Thom-
as J. Collins (2); L. A. Reese (1); R. I.
Carey (1); Edgar Dunn (1); H. E.
Merryday (1); Winnard Chadwick
(1); Tom Ellzey (1); Lee Bunch (1);
J. E. Peacock (3); Dan Partin (1)
- (57).

State Attorney: Nick Williams
(2); Hobard Villar (6); Pat Eman-
uel (1); Henry Pringle (1); Carl Dun-
can (1); T. H. Cooley (1); Walter
Warren (1); Shep Bass (1); Alonzo
Hendry (1); Joe Hill Williams (1);
Abe Lincoln (1); Louis Klarer (1);
Roger Barker (1); Edward J. Goethe
(1); Ellis Davis (1); Glenn Ray (1);
C. W. Johnson (1); Hayes Wilson (1);
Tom B. Walker (2); Marion Buxton
(1); Booker T. Young (12); Grover
Smith (1) (40).

State Senator Fred Andrews (22);
Leo Hall (1); Jeff Flake (2); Walton
Hunter (1); Dick Carter (1); Tyn
Cobb (5); Barney Cohen (8); Ed.
Cook (1); Earl Lupfer (1); Lawrence
Silas (1); H. L. (Pete) Hunt (3);
Walter B. Fraser (81) (127).













CIRCUIT JUDGES


OFFICIAL VOTES CAST IN THE GENERAL

ELECTION-NOV. 2, 1948



CIRCUIT JUDGES

1st Judicial Circuit


COUNTIES


Escambia..................... .............................
Okaloosa.......................... .... ........ .........
Santa Rosa............................. ..................
Walton....................................................

Totals.........................................


GROUP 2


D. Stuart Gillis


7,356
1
869
1,776


10,002


2nd Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2

COUNTIES
W. May Walker Hugh M. Taylor


Franklin ................................................... 467 377
Gadsden ..................................... ............ 1,023 1,059
Jefferson................. ...... .. ... ......... 392 357
Leon..................... ....... ................ .... 4,438 4,084
Liberty.................................................. 632 640
W akulla ................................................... 1,197 848

Totals......................................... 8,149 7,365


3rd Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2

COUNTIES
Hal W. Adams R. H. Rowe


Columbia .................................................. 1,373 1,290
Dixie..................... ............ ................. 770 700
Hamilton ... .......... ........ ... ............... ..... ... 713 647
Lafayette............ ........................ ......... 677 573
Madison ................ ................................... 1,003 1,066
Suwannee ...................................... ... .. ..... 2,319 1,970
Taylor................................................... 885 819

Totals............. .......................... 7,740 7,065







4th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3 GROUP 4

COUNTIES
Bryan Simpson Bayard B. Shields A. D. McNeil Claude Ogilvie


Duval ................ 23,779 22,238 21,393 21,508
Clay.................. 1,246 1,211 1,243 1,183
Nassau.............. 1,108 1,146 1,118 1,159

Totals.... 26,133 24,595 23,754 23,850







Duval County Circuit


COUNTIES Miles W. Lewis


Duval........................................................ ............. 21,693

Totals.................................. ...................... 21,693











CIRCUIT JUDGES

5th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2

COUNTIES
Frederick R. Hocker Truman G. Futch


Citru .......................... ....................... 849 708
Hernaudo ................................. ............. 897 801
Lake .................................... 4,127 4,559
Marion.................................................. 4,075 4,904
Sumter .......... .......................... ............ 1,040 1,161

Totals............. .. ....................... 10,988 12,133





6th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 2 GROUP 2
GROUP 1 Democrat Republican GROUP 3
COUNTIES

John U. Bird John Dickinson Clair A. Davis Victor A. Wehle


Pasco. ............... 2,234 2,392 1,085 1,871
Pinellasn.............. 24,608 21,341 16,557 23,896
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Totals......... 26,842 23,733 17,642 25,767




7th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2

COUNTIES
Herbert B.
Geo. Wm. Jackson Frederick


Flagler ........... ....... .. ...... ..... .... 439 402
Putnam. ........................ .......... ...... ... 2,167 2,043
St. Johns. ................. ........ ........ ........... 3,095 2,496
Volusia.................................... ............... 5,118 6,873

Totals ......... ... .......... ............. 10,819 11,814


CIRCUIT JUDGES

8th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2

COUNTIES
John A. H.
A. Z. Adkins Murphree


Alachua..................... ............. .............. 4,481 4,619
Baker. ..................................... ....... .. ... 410 310
Bradford ................................................... 974 804
Gilchrist............................... .................... 601 566
Levy ..... .. ..... .................. ...... .. ............ 936 849
Union ................................... ................ 426 388

Totals........................... .... ... ........ 7,828 7,536


9th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3

COUNTIES
Frank A. Smith M. B. Smith A. 0. Kanner


Brevard............. .................. 2,286 2,632 2,164
Indian River ............................ 1,166 1,142 1,286
M artin .................... ....... ... 840 834 1,128
Okeechobee ............................. 318 302 348
Orange ................ ................. 14,587 12,933 12,076
Osceola..................... .......... ...... 1,531 1,353 1,330
St. Lucie ............................... 2,575 2,568 2,873
Seminole................................ 2,265 2,389 2,087

Totals........................ 25,568 24,153 23,292


10th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2

COUNTIES
D. O. Rogers Don Register


Hardee... .............................. ............ 1,485 1,443
Highlands .............................................. 1,615 1,547
Polk............................... ................. 9,497 9,434

Totals.............. ............... ........... 12,597 12,424












CIRCUIT JUDGES

11th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3 GROUP 4 GROUP 5 GROUP 6 GROUP 7

Counties
Wm. A. George E. Marshall C. Stanley Chas. A. N. Vernon Aquilino
Herin Holt Wiseheart Milledge Carroll Hawthorne Loez, Jr.

Dade... 26,406 22,743 22,554 23,890 19,843 21,680 19,387
Monroe. 2,344 2,254 2,244 2,295 2,230 2,254 2,623

Totals.. 28,750 24,997 24,798 26,185 22,073 23,934 22,010





12th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2

COUNTIES
Lynn Gerald W. T. Harrison


Charlotte ... ........ ...... ..... ......... .............. 477 483
Collier. ................ ................................... 450 451
De Soto ................... ...................... ....... 821 1,014
Glades .............................. .... .............. 243 246
H endry .............. ..... ................. ...... 528 551
Lee .... .......... ............................... ... 3,133 .2,978
M anatee. .......... ................................. 2,497 3,119
Sarasota................................................... 3,800 4 172

Totals..................... ................. 11,949 13,014






13th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2

COUNTIES
L. L. Parks Harry N. Sandler


Hillsborough ..................... ....................... 17,582 17,639

Totals....................................... 17,582 17,639


CIRCUIT JUDGES

14th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2

COUNTIES
E. C. Welch E. Clay Lewis, Jr.


Bay ... ..................................... 2,292 3,059
Calhoun......... .................... ..... ............. 398 460
Gulf ..................................................... 726 884
Holmes. ............... .............. ............... 1,106 1,128
Jackson. .... ............... ....... ... ........ ....... 1,401 1,460
W ashington .. ............ .... .. ..... .. ....... .. 867 975

Totals..................................... 6,790 7,966






15th Judicial Circuit


GROUP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3

COUNTIES
C. E. Chillingworth Geo. W. Tedder Joseph S. White


Broward. ............................... 10,08 11,164 9,782
Paol Beach ...................... ...... 8,375 6,934 7,434

Totals........................ 18,464 18,095 17,216












STATE ATTORNEYS

1st Judicial Circuit


COUNTIES J. Edwin Holsberry


Escambia................ .............. ..................................... 8,510
Okaloosa.................................................................... 1,714
Santa Rosa................................................................ 1,168
Walton...................................................................... 1,759

Total........... ........................ ..... .............. 13,151


2nd Judicial Circuit


COUNTIES William D. Hopkins


Franklin .................................................................... 385
Gadsden. ................................................ 923
Jefferson ...................................................... .............. 330
Leon ......................................... ............ .............. .... 4 ,324
Liberty.................. ..................................................... 642

Total....... ........................... ............. 6,613


3rd Judicial Circuit


COUNTIES A. K. Black


Columbia................................................. .................... 1,408
Dixie ........................................................................ 759
Hamilton ................................................................. 700
Lafayette. ........................ ...................... .... ................. 608
Madison ...................................................... ............... 985
Suwannee ................................................................. 1,978
Taylor................................................................... 809

Total............................. .. ........................... 7,247


4th Judicial Circuit


COUNTIES Wm.A.Hallowes,llI


Clay ........................................................................ 1,345
D uval...................................................... ................. 23,135
Nassau ....................................................................... 1,215

Total.......................................................... 25,695


STATE ATTORNEYS

5th Judicial Circuit


COUNTIES J. W. Hunter


Citrus ...... ................................................... .... ......... 750
Hernando......... ........................................................... 846
Lake... .............................................................. 4,666
M arion ...... ....3.. ... ........... .. ....... .......................... ,770
Sumter.................... .. ...........1... ................... 1,087

Total .. .............................. ....... .. ...... 11,119


6th Judicial Circuit


Chester B.
COUNTIES McMullen


Pasco... ...... ...... ...................................... 2,147
Pinellas.......... .................................................. 23,970

Total.................................. .. .. 26,117


7th Judicial Circuit


COUNTIES Murray Sams


Flagler....................... .... ...................................... 409
Putnam ................ ......................... 1,941
St. Johns.... ....... .............. ...... ... .. ............................... 2,399
Volusia. ............................ ......... ................................ 6,625

Total.... ................................... 11,374


8th Judicial Circuit


COUNTIES T. E. Duncan


Alachua............ ..................... .......... .. ............. ............. 4,685
B aker................................... ..................... .. ........... 406
Bradford............................. ......................................... 867
Gilchriat. ............................. ................ ................. 636
Levy......................................................................... 925
Union.......................................................... ............ 461

Total............ .. .................... ... ..... ........... 7, 80













STATE ATTORNEYS

9th Judicial Circuit


Murray W.
COUNTIES Overstreet


Brevard............................-- ..... .....-.......................... 2,404
Indian River................ ......... ............. .......... ........... ... 1,193
Martin................ ............................ ...................... 817
Okeechobee.............. .......... ................................... 360
Orange.................. .................. .................................. 13,506
Osceola...................................... ................... 1,702
St. Lucie.......................... ..... ............... ....... ............ .. 2,672
Seminole. ..................... ....................... ............... 2,317

Total ........ ........... .... .... .. ............ 24,971








10th Judicial Circuit


Walter W.
COUNTIES Woolfolk


Hardee ........... .... .......... ..- --...... -............................ 1,521
Highlands................................ ...................................... 1,664
Polk.......................... ..... ........... .................-.. ......... 10,062

Total.................... .... ....... .......... ............... .. 13,247








11th Judicial Circuit


COUNTIES Glenn C. Mincer


Dade.............. ...... ..... ...... ................................. 42,138
Monroe......................... ........ ... ........... -.......... ..... 2,394

Total............... ...... ............................... 44,532


STATE ATTORNEYS

12th Judicial Circuit


W. M. (Mack)
COUNTIES Smiley


Charlotte ................................................................... 554
Collier...................... ..... ................... ................ ..... 476
De Soto ........................... .................. .................... 915
Glades....................................................................... 271
Hendry................................ ..... ... .. .......... ............. .... 543
Lee... ............................. .. ................................... 2, 26
M anatee ............................... ................ ... .. ......... ......... 2,885
Sarasota ...................................... ............................. 4,082

Total................................ ....... ............ 12,552


13th Judicial Circuit


COUNTIES J. Rex Farrior


Hillsborough........................ .. .. ....................... 17,485

Total...................... ..... .... .... 17,485


14th Judicial Circuit


COUNTIES Mercer P. Spear


Bay.......... .... ........... .. .... ........... ..... ...... 2,889
Calhoun................................................... ................... 393
Gulf .............. ......................................................... 807
Holmes. ..................................................................... 1,072
Jackson ............ ..................... ... ....... .......... .... ...... 1,404
Washington ................................. ............................... 869

Total............... ...................... 7,434


15th Judicial Circtit


COUNTIES Phil O'Connell


Broward..................................................................... 10,172
Pal Beach .................................................................. 8,602

Total.................... ........................................ 18,774












STATE SENATORS


17th Senatorial District


G. Warren (Bobby)
COUNTIES Sanchez


Hamilton ........................... ..... .....................**........... 719
Lafayette ............... ...................................---*........... 653
Suwannee....... ... ............ ....... .-.----- -----.................... 2,472

Total.............................. ... ... .................. 3,844




19th Senatorial District


COUNTIES J. B. Rodgers, Jr.


Orange ..................... .. ........................................... ..0 14,007

T otal ......................--.. ......... -....... ............ .. 14,007




21st Senatorial District


J. Min Ayers Wm. L. Schildmiller
COUNTIES (Democrat) (Republican)


Dixie ......... .......................-- ........... ... 1,100 33
Gilchrist. ..................................... .. ..... ....... 900 26
Levy....... ..... ........................*** .*........... 1,559 110

Totals.. ..... ... ... ...... ................... 3,559 169




23rd Senatorial District


J. Edwin Baker Fred Von Terglau
COUNTIES (Democrat) (Republican)


Lake ................. ...............-................ 4,812 1,153

Totals...................... .... ..... .. .. ....... 4,812 1,153


STATE SENATORS

25th Senatorial District


COUNTIES Olin G. Shivers


Bay .. ....................................... ............................... 2,491
Calhoun ....... ................................ ........ ........... 375
Gulf ........... ............. ........................................ 764
Washington ............. ............ .... ........,,,....................... 1,021

Total...................................................... ....... 4,651



27th Senatorial District


COUNTIES James W. Moore


De Soto ........................................................................ 879
Glades....................... ............................................ 276
Hardee ................................ ........................................... 1,504
Highlands .......... ................................ .... ..... .... .... 1,641

Total............................................................ 4,300



29th Senatorial District


COUNTIES J. Slater Smith


Baker.... .. ........ .... ....... ...... ... ... .... .. ......... ....... .........393
Clay......................................... ................................. 1,432

STotal.............................................................. 1,825



31st Senatorial District


COUNTIES Verie A. Pope


St. Johns ................... .... ............. .................. .............. 3,011
Flagler ............................................................. ... .... 439

Total............................................................ 3,450













STATE SENATORS


1st Senatorial District


Newman C.
COUNTIES Bracken


Okaloosa............ ............................................... .. 1,751
Santa Rosa .................................................. ........ 963

Total ..................................... ................... 2,714




3rd Senatorial District


Johnnie Wright Ernest D. Broxson
COUNTIES (Democrat) (Republican)


Holmes.................. ............... .... ...... 2,348 375
Walton.......... ...... .. .... ........ :.--. ... .. -2,985 330

Total ......... .................... .. ...... 5,333 705




5th Senatorial District


COUNTIES Luther C. Tucker


Franklin..; ..... .... ... .7..... ............... ..... .. ...... 7
Liberty......... .................................................... 668
Wakulla ................................................................. 1,035

Total ................................... .. .......... 2 00




7th Senatorial District


COUNTIES Harry E. King


Polk.............. .... ...... .......... ............................. 9,914

Total.......................... ............................ .... .. 9,914


STATE SENATORS


9th Senatorial District


COUNTIES Joseph E.Johnstone


Citrus. ............................ ............ ... ...............851
H ernando........................................................ ............. 1,170

Total.............................. ... .......... 2,021





11th Senatorial District


Henry S. Baynard J. Frank Houghton
COUNTIES (Democrat) (Republican)


Pinellas.................. .......................... 20,862 18,016

Totals............................ ...... ..... 20,862 18,016





13th Senatorial District


R.B. (Bunn)Gautier Ernest C. Greene
COUNTIES (Democrat) (Republican)


Dade.............................-- ................ I... .. 51,299 15,357

Totals ........ .. ... ......... ............... 51,299 15,357
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15th Senatorial District


COUNTIES Charley E. Johns


Bradford.................. .................-*-- -....................... ..1,161
Union.... ................. ................... --- **** ............. --465

Total ......................... ................ -*- ........ 1,626












STATE SENATORS

33rd Senatorial District


COUNTIES N. Ray Carroll


Okeechobee .................................................................... 337
Osceola....................................................................... 1,655

'Total. ............ ................... .................. .... 1,992




35th Senatorial District


COUNTIES John R. Beacham


Palm Beach .......... ..................... ..... ....... ... ............ 8,049

Total..................................................................... 8,049




37th Senatorial District


COUNTIES Lloyd F. Boyle


Brevard............................................................................. 2,381
Seminole........... ...................... ............................... 2,467

Total....................................................... .. 4,848