Title: Unofficial States Totals-Constitutional Amendment as of March 12, 1976
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Title: Unofficial States Totals-Constitutional Amendment as of March 12, 1976
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Abstract: Unofficial States Totals-Constitutional Amendment as of March 12, 1976
General Note: Box 10, Folder 2 ( SF Taxation, ad valorem tax referendum-SWFWMD-1976 - 1976 ), Item 6
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ACT.VII. Sec. 9


Unofficial State Totals Constitutional Amendment
as of March 12, 1976 Figures may not include
absentee ballot count for some counties.


AGAINST (%)


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard 1
Broward 3
Calhoun
Charlotte 2
Citrus
Clay
Collier 2
Columbia
Dade 3
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades 3
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry 3
Hernando
Highlands 3
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River 1
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake 2
Lee 3
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin 3
Monroe 2
Nassau
Olsaloosa
Okeechobee 3
Orange 3
Osceola 3


6,838
465
2,870
1,124
26,430
112,578
323
6,197
3,541
3,170
3,286
1,178
149,503
914
340
27,922
12,544
535
284
1,186
324
555
406
315
740
1,235
4,274
1,776
42,501
474
4,522
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


(47)
(28)
(28)
(36)
53)
70)
21)
52)
48)
38)
30)
30)
(67)
S49.7)
33)
(42)
(34)
(38)
(26)
(37)
(30)
(61)
(23)
(28)
(51)
(65)/-
(62)
(47)
61)
S20)
(56)
(42)
(25)
(20)
38) '
(67)"
(49.9)
(37)
(23)
(37)
(42)
(30)
(66)-
(49.7)
(38)
(33)

(37)


7,837
1,187
7,299
2,021
23,486
48,639
1,228
4,661
3,798
5,085
7,747
2,815
75,314
926
684
37,975
24,629
890
813
2,027
747
366
1,361
824



26,726
1,876
3,595
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

3,794


(53)
72)
72)
(64)
(47)
(30)
(79)
(48
(52
(62
(70)
(70)
(33)

(50.3)
(58)
(66)
(62)
(74)
(63)
(70)
39)
77)
72:
49
35)
38)
53)
(49)
(80)
(44)
58)

(80)
62
(33)
(50.1)
(63)
(67)
(63)
(58)
(70)
(34)
(50.3)
(62)
(67)
(45)
(63)


COUNTY


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COUNTY


Palm Beach 3
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk 3
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie 3
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole 1
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia 1
Walsulla
Walton
Washington


27,477
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


(74)'
(50.9)
(62)
(49.7)
(42)
42)
(53)
(36)
(54)
46)
44)
(27)
(29)
(43)
(34)
(19)
(25)'
(27)


AGAINST (%)

9,858 (26)
13,926 (49.1)
55,391 (38)
20,162 (50.3)
5,214 (69)
3,658 (58)
2,723 (47)
5,218 (64)
17,096 (46)
-11,210 (54)
1,083 (56)
2,380 73)
1,394 71)
573 57)
22,507 (66)
1,087 (81)
2,588 (75)
1,792 (73)


1 FCD Region only
2 SFWMD Region only

3 Common to both regions


t


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Central & Southern Florida Flood Control District
Unofficial Voting Results as of March 12, 1976

COUNTY FOR (%) AGAINST (%)
Brevard 26,430 (53) 23,486 (47)
Broward 112,578 (70) 48,639 (30)
Dade 149,503 (67) 75,314 (33)
Glades 555 (61) 356 (39)
Hendry 1,235 (65) 665 5)
* Highlands (.26) 462 (47) 524 (53)
Indian River 4,522 (56) 3,595 (44)
* Lee (.73) 20,060 (67) 9,767 (33)
Okeechobee 919 (55) 741 (45)
* Orange (.48) 10,935 (65) 5,959 35)
Osceola 2,264 37) 3,794 63)
* Polk (.01) 199 (49.6) 202 (50.4)
* Seminole (.03) 286 (46) 336 (54)
St. Lucie 3,055 (53) 2,723 (47)
Palm Beach 27,477 (74) 9,858 (26)
Martin 6,322 (66) 3,190 (34)
TOTAL 366,802 (66) 189,149 (34)

Figures represent adjusted voting results to reflect only that portion
of a county which lies within the FCD region. Adjustment based upon
percent of population of a county which resides within the FCD region,
figure in parentheses is the above stated percentage. Total figures
do not include those portions of the district which lie within Lake
and Volusia counties.




I -


South Florida Water Management District
Unofficial Voting Results as of March 12, 1976

COUNTY FOR (%) AGAINST (%)
Broward 112,578 (70) 48,639 (30)
* Charlotte (.03) 180 (52) 164 (48)
Collier 3,286 (39) 7,747 (70)
Dade 149,503 (67) 75,314 (33)
Glades 555 (61) 356 (39)
Hendry 1,235 (65) 665 (35)
Highlands 1,776 (47) 2,015 (53)
Lee 27,479 (67) 13.380 (33)
Martin 6,322 (66) 3,190 (34)
Monroe 3,271 (49.7) 3,314 (50.3)
* Okeechobee (.99) 910 (55) 734 (45)
* Orange (.42) 9,568 (65) 5,214 (35)
* Osceola (.99) 2,241 (37) 3,756 (63)
Palm Beach 27,477 (74) 9,858 (26)
* Polk (.11) 2,192 (49.7) 2,218 (50.3)
St. Lucie 3,055 53) 2,723 (47)

TOTAL 351,628 (66) 179,287 (34)

*Voting results have been adjusted to reflect an estimate of vote count
for that portion of the population which lives within the SFWMD boundary.
Figure in parenthesis is adjustment figure used'for extrapolation, figure
is based upon percent of population in a county residing within the SFWMD
boundary.









Southwest Florida Water Management District
Unofficial Voting Results as of March 12, 1976


COUNTY


* Charlotte
Citrus
De Soto
Hardee
Hernando
Hillsborough
Manatee
* Marion
Pasco
Pinellas
* Polk
Sarasota
Sumter


6,197
3,541
914
740
4,274
42,501
8,932
3,112
14,438
90,409
19,926
19,899
851


(52)
(48)
(49.7)
(51)
(62)
(61)
(42)
(30-)
(51)
(62)
(49.7)
.(54)
(44)


AGAINST (%)


5,661
3,798
926
698
2,646
26,726
12,377
7,212
13,926
55,391
20,162
17,096
1,083


48)
52)

(49)
(38)
(58)
(70)
(49)
(38)
(50.3)
(46)
(56)


TOTAL


* Voting results not adjusted
within district boundary.


215,734 (56)


167,702 (44)


to reflect proportion of county that lies


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St. Johns River Water Management District
Unofficial Voting Results as of March 12, 1976


FOR (%)


COUNTY


* Alachua
Brevard
Clay
Duval
Flagler
Indian River
Lake
* Marion
Nassau
* Orange
* Osceola
Putnam
Seminole
St. Johns


6,838
26,430
3,170
27,922
535
4,522
5,797
3,112
1,218
22,781
2,264
2,367
9,533
2,673


47)
(53)
(38)
(42)
(08)
56)
38)
30)
38)
65)
(37)
31
46
42


AGAINST (%)


7,837
23,486
5,085
37,975
890
3,595
9,542
7,212
1,997
12,415
3,794
5,214
11,210
3,658


(53)
(47)
(62)
(58)
(62)
(44)
(62)
(70)
(62)
35)
(63)
(69)
54)
58)


119,162 (47)


* Voting Results do not reflect proportion of
district boundary.


132,910 (53)


county that lies within the


TOTAL






* ,


Suwannee River Water Management District
Unofficial Voting Results as of March 12, 1976


COUNTY 1


AGAINST (%)


* Alachua
Bradford
Columbia
Dixie
Gilchrist
Hamilton
* Jefferson
Lafayette
Levy
* Marion
Suwannee
Taylor
Union


6,838
1,124
1,178
340
324
315
383
156
729
3,112
889
565
433


(47)
(36)
(30)
(33)
(30)
(28)
(25)
(20)
(37)
(30)
27)
29)
(43)


7,837
2,021
2,815
684
747
824
1,153
629
1,237
7,212
2,380
1,394
573


16,386 (36)


29,506 (64)


* Voting Results not
district boundary.


adjusted to reflect proportion of county


that lies within


1 Baker County figures not included in Totals


TOTAL




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Northwest Florida Water Management District
Unofficial Voting Results as of March 12, 1976


COUNTY


Bay
Calhoun
Escambia
Franklin
Gadsden
Gulf
Jackson
* Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Ol.saloosa
Santa Rosa
Walsulla
Walton
Washington


FOR (%)


2,870
323
12,544
284
1,186
406
2,496
383
8,824
156
5,666
2,918
261
852
679


AGAINST (%)


(28)
34
(26)
;37
23
(42)
(25)
49.9)
23)
(33)
(36)
,(19)
(25)
(27)


7,299
1,228
24,629
813
i,027
1,361
3,450
1,153
8,877
509
11,584
5,218
1,087
2,588
1,792


(72)
(79)
(66)
(74)
(63)
(77)
(58)
(75)
(50.1)
(67)
(67)
(64)
(81)
(75)
(73)


40,322 (35)


75,490 (65)


* Voting Results not adjusted to reflect proportion of county that lies
within district boundary.


TOTAL




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