Title: Tabulation of Official Votes Cast Presidential Preference Primary and Special Election March 9, 1976
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Abstract: Tabulation of Official Votes Cast Presidential Preference Primary and Special Election March 9, 1976 Compiled By: Bruce A. Smathers - Secretary of State
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TABULATION OF

OFFICIAL VOTES CAST

PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY

AND SPECIAL ELECTION


MARCH 9, 1976


Compiled by

BRUCE A. SMATHERS

Secretary of State


I










REGISTERED VOTERS, STATE OF FLORIDA

February 16, 1976


DEMO CRATS


COUNTY

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


White Negro

35,808 7,068
4,868 747
25,680 3,243
4,855 1,011
55,821 4,312
195,531 17,680
3,833 431
11,659 291
12,033 462
12,849 988
10,929 720
9,336 1,975
382,811 79,531
4,884 708
3,529 433
138,295 52,010
60,758 1.3,332
2,694 416
3,967 627
6,500 5,373
2,649 101
2,111 308
4,646 1,017
2,843 1,200
5,215 403
3,491 497
9,916 742
10,576 1,123
132,151 17,700
6,324 144
9,479 1,475
11,261 2,959
2,719 1,743
1,896 109
18,174 2,771
38,773 2,976
33,347 8,597
5,172 671
2,287 242
4,048 1,872
28,178 2,206
25,635 5,783
10,774 1,099
17,176 1,403
7,433 1,375
27,361 1,072
4,086 385
71,427 13,309
9,225 5 j
103,195 16,120
40,604 742
148,284 12,731
66,260 8,757
11,729 1,966
9,956 2,011
13,609 3,308
16,196 735
28,632 1,524
21,691 3,145
6,479 1,163
7,716 1,188
4,905 760
2,329 346
55,480 6,737
4,207 783
9,515 850
6p277 819
2,052,077 328,877


Total

42,876
5,615
28,923
5,866
60,133
213,211
4,264
11,950
12,495
13,837
11,649
11,311
462,342
5,592
3,962
190,305
74,090
3,110
4,594
11,873
2,750
2,419
5,663
4,043
5,618
3,988
10,658
11,699
149,851
6,468
10,954
14,220
4,462
2,005
20,945
41,749
41,944
5,843
2,529
5,920
30,384
31,418
11,873
18,579
8,808
28,433
4,471
84,736
9,777
119:315
41,346
161,015
75,017
13,695
11,967
16,917
16,931
30,156
24,836
7,642
8,904
5,665
2,675
62,217
4,990
10,365
7 096
2,380,954


REPUBLICANS
Other
White Negro Total Parties Total


8,509
49
4,047
255
36,069
139,459
100
11,677
5,037
4,190
12,827
763
114,968
480
22
32,653
10,499
559
210
315
28
71
141
41
346
348
4,350
4,491
33,584
80
7,535
517
102
27
13,318
30,433
8,187
526
31
154
24,187
8,384
11,114
3,267
531
6,831
493
48,485
5,679
79,376
28,477
159,003
19,975
2,091
2,532
7,680
2,078
45,177
15,753
814
454
275
30
28,801
180
642
293
989,600


219
50
23
142
824
4
12
6
27
21
26
3,484
17
1
1,146
300
10
6
50

1
14
11
6
9
22
37
473

39
49
28
3
79
118
142
9

17
83
145
20
31
14
41
9
555
25
769
35
994
242
55
63
104
7
145
73
13
30
13
2
283
8
8
3
IT,196


8,7 i
4,097
278
36,211
140,283
104
11,689
5,043
4,217
12,848
789
118,452
497
23
33,799
10,799
569
216
365
28
72
155
52
352
357
4,372
4,528
34,057
80
7,574
566
130
30
13,397
30,551
8,329
535
31
171
24,270
8,529
11,134
3,298
545
6,872
502
49,040
5,704
80,145
28,512
159,997
20,217
2,146
2,595
7,784
2,085
45,322
15,826
827
484
288
32
29,084
188
650
296
1,000,7t6


3,137 54,741
18 5,683
917 33,937
76 6,220
5,615 101,959
19,726 373,220
14 4,382
1,288 24,927
646 18,184
601 18,655
1,478 25,975
100 12,200
34,007 614,801
41 6,130
5 3,990
5,870 229,974
2,209 87,098
113 3,792
32 4,842
82 12,320
9 2,787
23 2,514
21 5,839
10 4,105
82 6,052
101 4,446
607 15,637
505 16,732
6,711 190,619
18 6,566
964 19,492
81 14,867
42 4,634
9 2,044
1,051 35,393
3,055 75,355
1,721 51

7 2,567
12 6,103
2,350 57,004
1,422 41,369
1,257 4,6
1,209 3,
62 9,415
662 35,967
78 5,051
6,333 140,109
562 16,043
12,735 212,195
4,389 74,247
14,779 335,791
1,424 9b,658
285 16,126
319 14,881
1,104 25,805
348 19,364
3,619 79,097
1,980 42,642
154 8,623
51 9,439
33 5,986
4 2,711
4,835 96,136
40 5,218
40 11,055
45 7 437
7I7WY 3


Precincts

34
8
30
17
95
368
13
33
20
18
32
19
440
16
12
187
114
11
7
12
10
9
11
8
12
16
22
19
132
16
20
32
12
5
50
103
38
13
7
11
50
50
18
25
13
30
9
131
30
173
58
269
103
31
21
23
25
57
54
17
14
16
8
96
9
33
14
3,TUT


TOTAL NUMBER OF REGISTERED VOTERS ---- 3,532,928


Compiled by:
Division of Elections
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Bruce A. Smathers,
Secretary of State and
Chief Elections Officei









MARCH 9, 1976 PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY ELECTION

DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES


First Congressional
District

Bay
Escambia
Gulf
Holmes
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Washington

Total


Birch Arthur 0. Robert C. Jimmy
Bayh Blessitt Byrd Carter


60
299
7
4
95
34
10
25


224
182
25
10
57
29
21
18

566


36
144
7
5
60
27
10
8

297


2,638
8,918
336
223
2,518
1,352
604
480

17,069


First Congressional Henry M. Ellen Milton J.
District cont'd (Scoop) Jackson McConnack Shapp


Bay
Escambia
Gulf
Holmes
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Washington
Total


1,676
7,082
239
154
2,445
1,012
446
313
TJ7X37


41
319
7
7
116
46
16
8
5Tu


30
121
5
4
81
31
10
2
-8-4T


Sargent Morris K. George C. No
Shriver Udall Wallace Preference


54
403
7
4
101
35
18
15
677


126
609
13
23
264
113
23
25
1,T19


8,088
23,110
1,402
1,823
9,287
6,150
2,888
2 354
SS,


206
1,207
46
31
547
270
70
50
T -1m


Grand Total First Congressional District 92,657


Second Congressional
District

Alachua
Baker
Bradford
Calhoun
Columbia
Dixie
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Holmes
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Marion
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Wakulla
Total


Frank
Church

34
141
12
2
56
15
9
7

276


Fred R.
Harris

23
181
11
7
77
28
6
9

342


Birch
Bayh

134
4
5
6
11
4
9
37
5
6

76
23

107
16
4
5
2
16
4
2
3
779


Arthur 0.
Blessitt

110
10
26
31
47
1
2
59
8
15
3
77
17
2
402
17
12
28
5
37
7
9
31
-55


Robert C.
Byrd

49
6
11
14
9
2
2
230
2
48
1
39
12
3
61
5
6
11
1
7
21

2
-72


Jimmy
Carter

9,901
413
1,086
292
1,457
426
367
2,478
358
350
45
1,674
846
193
10,919
869
136
1,074
285
1,159
656
344
457
-3785


Frank
Church

106
2
3
7
21
2

27

3

20
9
2
91
12

6
1
8
5
3
7
--5f5


Fred R.
Harris

259
3
9
11
11
2
3
105
3
18
2
42
9

236
7
3
5
2
4
15
4
7
-76U










Second Congressional Henry M. Ellen
District Cont'd (Scoop) Jackson McCormack


Alachua
Baker
Bradford
Calhoun
Columbia
Dixie
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Holmes
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Marion
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Wakulla
Total


2,575
118
344
132
424
100
163
550
68
123
34
663
190
55
2,238
313
62
269
109
330
138
80
131
-9,209


Milton J. Sargent Morris K. George C.
Shapp Shriver Udall Wallace


110 324 104
18 9 5
14 18 22
1 11 11
17 41 19
4 5
13 2 6
22 23 32
6 2 3
1 1 7
3 1 2
40 27 69
6 4 11
1 2
65 156 103
7 22 10
2 1
6 4 9
2 5
11 10 12
6 1 1
3 1 9
8 11 3
-3 -5m"7 44


1,796
9
25
27
58
2
22
93
4
64
6
41
14
2
1,255
26
33
14
4
14
38
5
23
3,575


Grand Total Second Congressional District 101,758


Third Congressional
District

Duval
Nassau
Total


Birch Arthur 0. Robert C. Jimmy
Bayh Blessitt Byrd Carter


599
33
632


225
21
--T4-


Frank Fred R.
Church Harris


27,546 252 248
1 170 8 12
28 716 260 -2zT


Third Congressional Henry M.
District Cont'd (Scoop) Jackson


Duval
Nassau
Total


9,927
379
I1030


Ellen Milton J. Sargent
McCormack Shapp Shriver


422
17
~J3'


754
20
-77T


586
5
--Wm


Morris K. George C. No
Udall Wallace Preference


684
45
-75


26,743
2 276
29,019


1,501
82
1,583


Grand Total Third Congressional District 73,890


Fourth Congressional
District

Clay
Duval
Flagler
Lake
Marion
Putnam
St. Johns
Seminole
Volusia
Total


Birch
Bayh

55
85
7
3
84
52
50
15
241
592


Arthur 0. Robert C. Jimmy Frank Fred R.
Blessitt Byrd Carter Church Harris


5
38
36
58
13
175
6TT-


1
36
32
38
23
131
-54T


2,632
6,374
695
365
4,398
2,552
2,178
699
15.782
35 675


14
61
10
2
48
27
33
6
132
333


Fourth Congressional Henry M. Ellen Milton J. Sargent
District (Scoop) Jackson McCormack Shapp Shriver


Clay
Duval
Flagler
Lake
Marion
Putnam
St. Johns
Seminole
Volusia
Total


1,071
3,487
232
200
1,833
1,105
878
267
6.379
15,452


5
32
27
73
9
143
46T


10
150
73
83
30
761
1,628


134
87
5
3
75
28
27
18
150
-57


Morris K. George C. No
Udall Wallace Preference


108
360
18
12
131
72
98
18
480
1,297


3,440
7,683
422
642
7,113
3,786
3,145
636
8 062
34,929


164
620
59
30
464
250
173
71
1 800
3,631


Grand Total Fourth Congressional District 95,798


5,847
1,634
1,839
1,477
3,154
903
840
2,521
832
823
637
5,531
1,026
620
7,860
1,762
738
1,667
293
2,344
1,669
845
1 454
46,'316


No
Preference

470
17
63
17
126
11
58
125
11
14
6
145
30
4
906
64
14
66
14
52
43
23
37
2I=3









Fifth Congressional
District

Citrus
Hernando
Lake
Orange
Pasco
Pinellas
Seminole
Sumter
Total


Fifth Congressional
District

Citrus
Hernando
Lake
Orange
Pasco
Pinellas
Seminole
Sumter
Total


Birch
Bayh

65
41
73
115
198
133
78
22
725


Henry M.
(Scoop) Jackson

1,402
1,061
1,390
2,265
5,466
3,285
2,212
443
17,524


Arthur 0.
Blessitt

12
24
59
170
28
22
114
12
441


Ellen
McCormack

37
31
51
58
142
106
73
18
516


Robert C.
Byrd

30
144
38
52
84
68
99
16
531


Milton J.
Shapp

121
91
147
157
357
245
249
41
1,408


Jimmy
Carter

2,086
2,204
3,438
6,784
7,824
5,368
4,999
1,169
33,872


Sargent
Shriver

25
28
41
83
90
82
72
8
429


Frank Fred R.
Church Harris


25
45
40
54
82
74
43
21
384


Morris K.
Udall

103
133
130
170
315
355
236
31
1,473


13
69
30
39
111
51
56
5
374


George C.
Wallace

3,010
2,273
3,751
5,167
7,004
3,009
3,674
1,912
29,800


No
Preference

252
146
348
506
591
452
556
97
2,948


Grand Total for Fifth Congressional District 90,425


Sixth Congressional
District

Pinellas
Total



Sixth Congressional
District Cont'd

Pinellas
Total


Birch
Bayh

768
-76-


Arthur 0.
Blessitt

141
TIT~~


Robert C.
Byrd

263
263


Henry M. Ellen Milton J.
(Scoop) Jackson McCormack Shapp

19,513 540 1,755
19,513 540 -1,T75


Jimmy
Carter

33,737
33,737


Sargent
Shriver

461
T61Y


Frank
Church

330
330


Fred R.
Harris

284
284f


Morris K. George C.
Udall Wallace

1 811 15 450
1'811 15,450


Grand Total for Sixth Congressional District 77,744


Seventh Congressional Birch Arthur 0.
District Bayh Blessitt

Hillsborough 338 135
Total 33 135



Seventh Congressional Henry M. Ellen
District Cont'd (Scoop) Jackson McCormack

Hillsborough 16,610 546
Total 16,610 546


Robert C.
Byrd

229
279



Milton J.
Shapp

1,565
1,565


Grand Total for Seventh Congressional District 73,806


Eighth Congressional
District

Hardee
Hillsborough
Manatee
Polk
Sarasota
Total


Birch Arthur 0.
Bayh Blessitt


8
6
127
190
106
-TS7


10
4
31
162
33
-70


No
Preference

2,691
2,691


Jimmy
Carter

26 238
26,238


Frank
Church

211
--TT


Fred R.
Harris

317
T17


Sargent
Shriver

392
-539


Morris K.
Udall

1.631
J1963


George C.
Wallace

22,312
22,312


No
Preference

3 282
3 '282


Robert C.
Byrd

111
11
94
133
56
M


Jimmy
Carter

637
1,458
6,553
12,930
3,903
27- TT


Frank
Church

8
7
83
111
52
--T


Fred R.
Harris

5
13
72
125
64
-777









Eighth Congressional Henry M.
District Cont'd (Scoop) Jackson


Hardee
Hillsborough
Manatee
Polk
Sarasota
Total


236
670
3,450
5,856
2 513
12 725


Ellen Milton J. Sargent
McCormack Shapp Shriver


10
20
144
228
64
-^6


11
43
232
587
233
1,1U6


7
12
85
137
75
3T6


Morris K. George C.
Udall Wallace


9
37
334
396
526
1,302


1,422
2,964
5,512
17,567
2 078
29,543


Grand Total for Eighth Congressional District 75,358


Ninth Congressional
District

Brevard
Orange
Total


Birch Arthur 0. Robert C. Jimmy
Bayh Blessitt Byrd Carter


244
205
-M79


384
394
~___s


267
139
40


13,143
12 117
25,260M


Frank Fred R.
Church Harris

119 140
116 101
--Y -2


Ninth Congressional Henry M.
District (Scoop) Jackson


Ellen Milton J. Sargent
McCormack Shapp Shriver


Morris K. George C. No
Udall Wallace Preference


801
656
1m57


10,353 1,202
8 881 1 489
Ts~t2a -Zj-s


Grand Total for Ninth Congressional District 66,198


Tenth Congressional
District

Charlotte
Collier
DeSoto
Glades
Hendry
Highlands
Indian River
Lee
Martin
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
St. Lucie
Sarasota
Total


Birch Arthur 0. Robert C. Jimmy Frank Fred R.
Bayh Blessitt Byrd Carter Church Harris


45
62
18
2
16
34
54
114
55
7

46
46
94
86
-677


38
32
4
2
23
7
47
224
32
7
1
23
47
48
32
567


34
33
10
3
18
14
33
98
45
9

23
13
45
50
428


2,611
2,320
846
353
864
1,906
2,315
9,622
2,622
763
89
1,646
2,157
3,290
2,965
34,369


36
33
14
3
5
26
17
90
30
5

23
30
53
41
406


45
43
3
2
13
12
16
113
27
5

15
20
25
37
376


Tenth Congressional Henry M.
District Cont'd (Scoop) Jackson


Charlotte
Collier
DeSoto
Glades
Hendry
Highlands
Indian River
Lee
Martin
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
St. Lucie
Sarasota
Total


1,630
1,127
296
110
235
1,010
893
3,792
979
172
30
678
1,353
1,378
2,110
15,793


Ellen Milton J.
McCormack Shapp


25
83
12
1
6
28
27
78
43
4

31
24
100
78
540


97
100
17
1
21
101
87
252
91
8
8
74
142
156
126
1,281


Sargent Morris K. George C.
Shriver Udall Wallace


32
47
12
5
10
25
43
113
30
11
1
15
27
47
59
477


121
216
26
4
21
95
122
428
140
19
1
65
140
132
233
1,763


1,855
1,790
1,256
583
1,349
2,598
1,849
7,627
1,603
1,031
66
1,924
1,311
2,859
2,175
29,876


Grand Total for Tenth Congressional District 89,269


No
Preference

64
149
572
1,653
359
-TT797


Brevard
Orange
Total


7,601
5 481
1i3L,0


286
172
458


995
601
1,5i


198
113
-TIT


No
Preference

238
123
77
32
34
273
193
784
116
33
5
177
94
227
308
2,714









Eleventh Congressional Birch Arthur 0. Robert C. Jimmy Frank
District Bayh Blessitt Byrd Carter Church

Broward 105 62 115 8,508 116
Palm Beach 771 275 197 25.552 371
Total 876 337 312 34,060 487


Eleventh Congressional Henry M. Ellen Milton J. Sargent Morris K. Geo
District (Scoop) Jackson McCormack Shapp Shriver Udall Wal

Broward 12,482 196 1,425 142 697 5
Palm Beach 18 670 513 1 873 401 1 922 12
Total 1i9 T2 s,619 i 9 17

Grand Total for Eleventh Congressional District 94,014


,rge
Llace

,056
335
,391


Twelfth Congressional
District

Broward
Total



Twelfth Congressional
District

Broward
Total


Birch
Bayh
332
332


Arthur 0.
Blessitt

356
~^>i


Henry M.
(Scoop) Jackson

28,918
7R,918


Grand Total for Twelfth Congressional District 81,613


Thirteenth Congressional Birch
District Bayh

Broward 33
Dade 909
Total 942


Arthur 0.
Blessitt

29
617
646


Thirteenth Congressional Henry M. Ellen
District (Scoop) Jackson McCormack

Broward 6,052 34
Dade 38 319 489
Total V,71 523


Milton J. Sargent Morris K. George C. No
Shapp Shriver Udall Wallace Preference

709 28 203 1,149 125
4.287 580 1771 17911 2223
4:996" 3608 1,97 19,66 1,


Grand Total for Thirteenth Congressional District 113,140


Fourteenth Congressional Birch Arthur 0. Robert C. Jimmy Frank
District Bayh Blessitt Byrd Carter Church

Dade 554 412 233 23,045 282
Total 5543 T7 23,045 -2


Fourteenth Congressional Henry M. Ellen Milton J.
District (Scoop) Jackson McCormack Shap

Dade 28 775 374 3 327
Total 28-,775 Y4 32
Grand Total for Fourteenth Congressional

Fifteenth Congressional Birch Arthur 0. Robert C.
District Bayh Blessitt Byrd
Dade 659 985 224
Monroe 51 83 28
Total 7MT 1 7 252


Fifteenth Congressional Henry M.
District (Scoop) Jackson

Dade 32,641
Monroe 1 506
Total 3


Ellen
McCormack

498
51
549


Milton J.
Shapp

4,675
255
4,930


Sargent Morris K. George C. No
Shriver Udall Wallace Preference

436 1 493 12 599 1 501
7V 6 t 1 1.5W 1,56


District 73,314

Jimmy Frank
Carter Church

29,945 349
2 786 32
3iTm '


Sargent
Shriver

478
61
539


bMrris K.
Udall

2,921
146
3,067


Fred R.
Harris

397
35
-T3T-


George C.
Wallace

15,911
3.562
19,473


No
Preference

2,714
353
3,067


Grand Total for Fifteenth Congressional District 101,346


Jimmy
Carter

26 205
26j,205


Frank
Church

268
y6T-


Robert C.
Byrd

296



Milton J.
Shapp

3 578


Fred R.
Harris

291
79T-


Ellen
McCormack

550
55T-


Sargent
Shriver

368
W5SS


Morris K.
Udall

1 848
1,848


George C.
Wallace

16 716
i,716-


No
Preference

1 887
t J57


Robert C.
Byrd

15
239
254


Jimmy
Carter

1,987
34.614
36,601


Frank
Church

32
425
457


Fred R.
Harris

35
325
366


Fred R.
Harris

283
83-


Fred R.
Harris

124
363


C. No
Preference

616
1.127
f 1,743










MARCH 9, 1976 PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY ELECTION

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES


First Congressional
District

Bay
Escambia
Gulf
Holmes
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Washington

Total


Gerald A.
Ford

820
2,611
19
16
1,250
506
94
45

5,361


Grand Total First Congressional
District 14,429


Third Congressional
District

Duval
Nassau

Total


Gerald A.
Ford

4,789
126

4,915


Ronald
Reagan

1,393
3,735
55
33
2,816
758
184
94

9,068



Ronald
Reagan

5,227
165

5,392


Grand Total Third Congressional
District 10,307


Second Congressional
District

Alachua
Baker
Bradford
Calhoun
Columbia
Dixie
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Holmes
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Marion
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Wakulla

Total


Gerald A.
Ford

2,473
9
59
26
177
9
45
65
6
5
1
104
25
6
2,092
134
3
42
36
103
47
6
20

5,493


Grand Total Second Congressional
District 11,199


Fourth Congressional
District

Clay
Duval
Flagler
Lake
Marion
Putnam
St. Johns
Seminole
Volusia

Total


Gerald A.
Ford

1,088
2,780
204
302
2,081
615
741
257
10,333

18,401


Ronald
Reagan

1,269
2,817
130
238
2,163
568
882
219
7,549

15,835


Fifl


Citr
Her
LakE
Ora
Pas
Pine
Sem:
Sum

Total


Grand Total Fourth Congressional
District 34,236


Sixth Congressional
District

Pinellas

Total


Gerald A.
Ford
50,775

50,775


Ronald
Reagan
34,998

34,998


Grand Total Sixth Congressional
District 85,773


Eighth Congressional
District

Hardee
Hillsborough
Manatee
Polk
Sarasota

Total


Gerald A.
Ford

48
291
9,504
6,603
11,291

27,737


Ronald
Reagan

55
323
6,182
5,789
7,232

19,581


th Congressional Gerald A.
District Ford

rus 1,715
nando 1,508
e 5,098
nge 3,618
co 8,792
ellas 10,272
inole 4,869
ter 195

al 36,067

Grand Total Fifth Congressional
District 65,204


Seventh Congressional
District

Hillsborough

Total


Gerald A.
Ford

10,123

10,123


Grand Total Seventh Congressional
District 18,294


Ninth Congressional Gerald A.
District Ford

Brevard 11,385
Orange 12,050

Total 23,435

Grand Total Ninth Congressional
District 45,798


Ronald
Reagan

1,366
1,119
3,443
3,516
7,679
6,604
5,220
190

29,137


Ronald
Reagan
8,171

8,171


Grand Total Eighth Congressional
District 47,318


Ronald
Reagan

1,798
15
86
36
198
6
50
107
5
9
2
161
53
6
2,699
129
12
52
44
104
71
9
54

5,706


Ronald
Reagan

11,407
10,956

22,363









Tenth Congressional
District

Charlotte
Collier
DeSoto
Glades
Hendry
Highlands
Indian River
Lee
Martin
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
St. Lucie
Sarasota

Total


Gerald A.
Ford

4,150
4,636
112
19
98
1,582
2,830
11,106
3,677
107
109
1,758
2,411
2,453
8,026

43,074


Ronald
Reagan

3,925
4,197
112
10
106
1,113
2,165
9,679
3,071
117
99
1,387
2,040
2,234
6,391

36,646


Grand Total Tenth Congressional
District 79,720


Thirteenth Congressional
District

Broward
Dade

Total


Gerald A.
Ford

1,475
8,031

9,506


Ronald
Reagan

1,152
10,005

11,157


Grand Total Thirteenth Congressional
District 20,663


Eleventh Congressional
District

Broward
Palm Beach

Total


Gerald A.
Ford

14,683
27,025

41,708


Grand Total Eleventh Congressional
District 76,668


Twelfth Congressional
District

Broward

Total


Gerald A.
Ford

25,098

25,098


Grand Total Twelfth Congressional
District 52,026



Fourteenth Congressional Gerald A.
District Ford

Dade 7,551
Total 7,551


Grand Total Fourteenth Congressional
District 18,995


Fifteenth Congressional District Gerald A.
Ford

Dade 11,983
Monroe 755
Total 12,738

Grand Total Fifteenth Congressional
District 29,189


Ronald
Reagan

15,675
776
t6,l5T


Ronald
Reagan

14,337
20,623

34,960


Ronald
Reagan
26,928

26,928


Ronald
Reagan
11 444
11,444









MARCH v, 1976 PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY ELECTION

DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES

BIRCH ARTHUR 0. ROBERT C. JIMMY FRANK FRED B.
COUNTY BAYH BLESSITT BYRD CARTER CHURCH HARRIS

Alachua 134 110 49 9,901 106 259
Baker 4 10 6 413 2 3
Bay 60 224 36 2,638 34 23
Bradford 5 26 11 1,086 3 9
Brevard 244 384 267 13,143 119 140
Broward 470 447 426 36,700 416 450
Calhoun 6 31 14 292 7 11
Charlotte 45 38 34 2,611 36 45
Citrus 65 12 30 2,086 25 13
Clay 55 71 25 2,632 14 22
Collier 62 32 33 2,320 33 43
Columbia 11 47 9 1,457 21 11
Dade 2,122 2,014 696 87,604 1,056 1,005
Desoto 18 4 10 846 14 3
Dixie 4 1 2 426 2 2
Duval 400 805 283 33,920 313 336
Escambia 299 182 144 8,918 141 181
Flagler 7 12 4 695 10 9
Franklin 9 2 2 367 0 3
Gadsden 37 59 230 2,478 27 105
Gilchrist 5 8 2 358 0 3
Glades 2 2 3 353 3 2
Gulf 7 25 7 336 12 ii
Hamilton 6 15 48 350 3 18
Hardee 8 10 111 637 8 5
Hendry 16 23 18 864 5 13
Hernando 41 24 144 2,204 45 69
Highlands 34 7 14 1,906 26 12
Hillsborough 344 139 240 27,696 218 330
Holmes 4 13 6 268 2 9
Indian River 54 47 33 2,315 17 16
Jackson 76 77 39 1,674 20 42
Jefferson 23 17 12 846 9 9
Lafayette 0 2 3 193 2 0
Lake 76 64 39 3,803 42 31
Lee 114 224 98 9,622 90 113
Leon 107 402 61 10,919 91 236
Levy 16 17 5 869 12 7
Liberty 4 12 6 136 0 3
Madison 5 28 11 1,074 6 5
Manatee 127 31 94 6,553 83 72
Marion 86 43 37 4,683 49 42
Martin 55 32 45 2,622 30 27
Monroe 51 83 28 2,786 32 35
Nassau 20 33 21 1,170 8 12
Okaloosa 95 57 60 2,518 56 77
Okeechobee 7 7 9 763 5 5
Orange 320 565 191 18,990 170 140
Osceola 46 23 23 1,646 23 15
Palm Beach 817 322 210 27,709 401 383
Pasco 198 28 84 7,824 82 111
Pinellas 901 163 331 39,105 404 335
Polk 190 162 133 12,930 111 125
Putnam 52 36 32 2,552 27 20
St. Johns 50 58 38 2,178 33 34
St. Lucie 94 48 45 3,290 53 25
Santa Rosa 34 29 27 1,352 15 28
Sarasota 192 65 106 6,868 93 101
Seminole 93 127 122 5,698 49 78
Sumter 22 12 16 1,169 21 5
Suwannee 16 37 7 1,159 8 4
Taylor 4 7 21 656 5 15
Union 2 9 0 344 3 4
Volusia 241 175 131 15,782 132 75
Wakulla 3 31 2 457 7 7
Walton 10 21 10 604 9 6
Washington 25 18 8 480 7 9
TOTAL 8,750 7,889 5,042 448,844 4,906 5,397







C
MARCH 9, 1976 PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY ELECTION

DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES

HENRY M. ELLEN MILTON J. SARGENT MORRIS K. GEORGE C. NO
COUNTY (SCOOP) JACKSON McCORMACK SHAPP SHRIVER UDALL WALLACE PREFERENCE

Alachua 2,575 110 324 104 1,796 5,847 470
Baker 118 18 9 5 9 1,634 17
Bay 1,676 41 30 54 126 8,088 206
Bradford 344 14 18 22 25 1,839 63
Brevard 7,601 286 995 198 801 10,353 1,202
Broward 47,452 780 5,712 538 2,748 22,921 2,628
Calhoun 132 1 11 11 27 1,477 17
Charlotte 1,630 25 97 32 121 1,855 238
Citrus 1,402 37 121 25 103 3,010 252
Clay 1,071 26 116 134 108 3,440 164
Collier 1,127 83 100 47 216 1,790 123
Columbia 424 17 41 19 58 3,154 126
Dade 99,735 1,361 12,289 1,494 6,185 46,421 6,438
Desoto 296 12 17 12 26 1,256 77
Dixie 100 4 0 5 2 903 11
Duval 13,414 557 1,131 673 1,044 34,426 2,121
Escambia 7,082 319 121 403 609 23,110 1,207
Flagler 232 11 28 5 18 422 59
Franklin 163 13 2 6 22 840 58
Gadsden 550 22 23 32 93 2,521 125
Gilchrist 68 6 2 3 4 832 11
Glades 110 1 1 5 4 583 32
Gulf 239 7 5 7 13 1,402 46
Hamilton 123 1 1 7 64 823 14
Hardee 236 10 11 7 9 1,422 64
Hendry 235 6 21 10 21 1,349 34
Hernando 1,061 31 91 28 133 2,273 146
Highlands 1,010 28 101 25 95 2,598 273
Hillsborough 17,280 566 1,608 404 1,668 25,276 3,431
Holmes 188 10 5 6 29 2,460 37
Indian River 893 27 87 43 122 1,849 193
Jackson 663 40 27 69 41 5,531 145
Jefferson 190 6 4 11 14 1,026 30
Lafayette 55 1 2 0 2 620 4
Lake 1,590 56 157 44 142 4,393 378
Lee 3,792 78 252 113 428 7,627 784
Leon 2,238 65 156 103 1,255 7,860 906
Levy 313 7 22 10 26 1,762 64
Liberty 62 0 2 1 33 738 14
Madison 269 6 4 9 14 1,667 66
Manatee 3,450 144 232 85 334 5,512 572
Marion 1,942 34 150 80 135 7,406 478
Martin 979 43 91 30 140 1,603 116
Monroe 1,506 51 255 61 146 3,562 353
Nassau 379 17 20 5 45 2,276 82
Okaloosa 2,445 116 81 101 264 9,287 547
Okeechobee 172 4 8 11 19 1,031 33
Orange 7,776 230 766 197 827 14,114 2,000
Osceola 678 31 74 15 65 1,924 177
Palm Beach 20,023 537 2,015 428 2,062 13,646 1,221
Pasco 5,466 142 357 90 315 7,004 591
Pinellas 22,798 646 2,000 543 2,166 18,459 3,143
Polk 5,856 228 587 137 396 17,567 1,653
Putnam 1,105 27 73 28 72 3,786 250
St. Johns 878 73 83 27 98 3,145 173
St. Lucie 1,378 100 156 47 132 2,859 227
Santa Rosa 1,012 46 31 35 113 6,150 270
Sarasota 4,623 142 359 134 759 4,253 667
Seminole 2,479 82 279 90 254 4,310 627
Sumter 443 18 41 8 31 1,912 97
Suwannee 330 11 10 12 14 2,344 52
Taylor 138 6 1 1 38 1,669 43
Union 80 3 1 9 5 845 23
Volusia 6,379 143 761 150 480 8,062 1,800
Wakulla 131 8 11 3 23 1,454 37
Walton 446 16 10 18 23 2,888 70
Washington 313 8 2 15 25 2,354 50
TOTAL 310,944 7,595 32,198 7,084 27,235 396,820 37,626


GRAND TOTAL 1,300,330








MARC. d, 1976 PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY ELECTION

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES

GERALD R. RONALD
COUNTY FORD REAGAN

Alachua 2,473 1,798
Baker 9 15
Bay 820 1,393
Bradford 59 86
Brevard 11,385 11,407
Broward 41,256 42,417
Calhoun 26 .36
Charlotte 4,150 3,925
Citrus 1,715 1,366
Clay 1,088 1,269
Collier 4,636 4,197
Columbia 177 198
Dade 27,565 37,124
Desoto 112 112
Dixie 9 6
Duval 7,569 8,044
Escambia 2,611 3,735
Flagler 204 130
Franklin 45 50
Gadsden 65 107,
Gilchrist 6 5
Glades 19 10
Gulf 19 55
Hamilton 5 9
Hardee 48 55
Hendry 98 106
Hernando 1,508 1,119
Highlands 1,582 1,113
Hillsborough 10,414 8,494
Holmes 17 35
Indian River 2,830 2,165
Jackson 104 161
Jefferson 25 53
Lafayette 6 6
Lake 5,400 3,681
Lee 11,106 9,679
Leon 2,092 2,699
Levy 134 129
Liberty 3 12
Madison 42 52
Manatee 9,504 6,182
Marion 2,117 2,207
Martin 3,677 3,071
Monroe 755 776
Nassau 126 165
Okaloosa 1,250 2,816
Okeechobee 107 117
Orange 15,777 14,571
Osceola 1,758 1,387
Palm Beach 29,436 22,663
Pasco 8,792 7,679
Pinellas 61,047 41,602
Polk 6,603 5,789
Putnam 615 568
St. Johns 741 882
St. Lucie 2,453 2,234
Santa Rosa 506 758
Sarasota 19,317 13,623
Seminole 5,126 5,439
Sumter 195 190
Suwanee 103 104
Taylor 47 71
Union 6 9
Volusia 10,333 7,549
Wakulla 20 54
Walton 94 184
Washington 45 94
TOTAL 5371T,'2 278-57


GRAND TOTAL 609,819













COUNTY

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


CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

ARTICLE VII, SECTION 9
(Water Management)

FOR

6,838
465
2,870
1,124
26,430
114,783
323
6,197
3,541
3,170
3,286
1,178
152,548
914
340
27,922
12,544
535
284
1,186
324
555
406
315
740
1,235
4,274
1,776
42,501
475
4,647
2,496
383
156
5,797
27,479
8,824
729
156
958
8,932
3,112
6,322
3,271
1,218
5,666
919
22,781
2,264
28,816
14,438
90,409
19,926
2,363
2,673
3,055
2,918
19,899
9,533
851
889
565
433
11,425
261
852
679
735,174


1,335,240


AGAINST

7,837
1,187
7,299
2,021
23,486
49,535
1,228
5,661
3,798
5,085
7,747
2,815
76,557
926
684
37,975
24,629
890
813
2,022
747
356
1,361
824
698
665
2,646
2,015
26,726
1,876
5,653
3,450
1,153
629
9,542
13,380
8,877
1,237
509
1,667
12,377
7,212
3,190
3,314
1,997
11,584
741
34,324
3,794
9,325
13,926
55,391
20,162
5,214
3,658
2,723
5,218
17,096
11,210
1,083
2,380
1,394
573
22,507
1,087
2,588
1,792
600,066


TOTAL




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