Complete Escambia Local Election Results

November 7, 2012

Here are a complete, but unofficial, vote totals for local races in Escambia County.

Escambia County Winners:

  • Sheriff — David Morgan
  • Property Appraiser — Chris Jones
  • Tax Collector — Janet Holley
  • School Superintendent — Malcom Thomas
  • Commission District 1 — Wilson Robertson
  • Commission District 3- Luman May
  • Commission District 5 — Steven Barry
  • ECUA District 1 — Vicki H. Campbell

79 of 79 precincts reporting


Comments

7 Responses to “Complete Escambia Local Election Results”

  1. Rod Pumas on November 8th, 2012 1:07 pm

    Winners and Losers, It is high time for all the campaign signs to disappear from our roadways!

  2. David Huie Green on November 8th, 2012 12:55 pm

    CONCERNING:
    “But if your heading is “Complete Escambia Local Election Results” to me this would include the local vote for US offices.”

    Whereas to me, “local elections” are those elected locally and not those elected statewide or nationwide.

    Local VOTES would be how people voted locally on whatever was on the ballot.

    David considering meanings of words

  3. Bob on November 8th, 2012 12:34 pm

    >>”William”
    I understand your article. But if your heading is “Complete Escambia Local Election Results” to me this would include the local vote for US offices. Also to date I have not seen on your site or local TV any vote total by party or write in for President in Escambia County Florida or our adjoining counties in Florida. I have seen some vote total articles for Senate and House in our local area but not for President. Is there a reason for our news agency’s not reporting that information. I don’t get the paper maby its in it.
    Thanks

  4. William on November 8th, 2012 11:22 am

    >> “Bob” wrote “I wonder why the US election counts arnt listed on this article”

    Because it’s a story about LOCAL races.

    Complete Escambia Local Election Results

    Here are a complete, but unofficial, vote totals for local races in Escambia County.

  5. Bob on November 8th, 2012 11:09 am

    I wonder why the US election counts arnt listed on this article. You do know as of now Escambia Demoratics are the reason that Obama is ahead in the Florida polls as of now. State of Florida Obama ahead by 53200 votes. Escambia county Obama votes 57994 votes.
    Good job Escambia Demoratics.
    Many theses local radicals will wake up.

  6. trust on November 7th, 2012 10:09 pm

    If you do the math, 97,000 to 43,000 she double dipped him right hansomely.

  7. MIC on November 7th, 2012 4:29 pm

    Hummm, I wonder if Mike Whitehead as figured out that not all voters have short memories! His run for office on the platform that “my opponent double-dips” obviously didn’t work. I think I saw that he said he was eligible for a pension in 2006…I wonder if he’ll be taking it now? For future reference, it’s better to be a double dipper than it is to be a person with problems with ethics!





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