California Poll Results 2010
November 3, 2010 by staff
Results of the survey of California’s Proposition 19 and the Florida election results 2010 – the election results in Florida, while in California, everyone is waiting for California Proposition 19, which actually results in legalizing marijuana state.
From the moment in California, Proposition 19 results to be very close between the supporters of Proposition 19 in California: the legalization of marijuana and those who do not process the ballot papers and just started showing a 56%. 44% margin of those who are not in favor of the border. In addition to California Proposition 19 results, another measure is the California ballot, the budget vote requirement of Proposition No. 25. Currently, those leading to the advantage of 54% compared to those without, 46%. If the update of the elections in California, you can hear in the CNN election center here.
Meanwhile, here are the Florida elections rose from CNN live coverage of U.S. elections Midterm 2010.
Florida Senate Election Results: Rubio (R) defeated Independent Crist and Democratic candidate Meek. Crist has more votes than the Democratic nominee. This demonstrates the high demand of voters for the Democratic leadership in the White House.
Florida House of Representatives election results:
District 1: Jeff Miller (Republican), unanimously
District 2: Steve Southerland (R), a former Democrat to take.
District 3: Corrine Brown (D)
District 4: Ander Crenshaw (R), unanimously
District 5: Richard Nugent (R)
District 6: Cliff Stearns (R),! unanimously
District 7: John Mica (R)
District 8: Daniel Webster (R), a former Democrat to take.
District 9: Gus Bilirakis (Republican)
District 10: Bill Young (Republican)
District 11: Kathy Castor (D)
District 12: Dennis Ross (R)
District 13: Vern Buchanan (Republican)
District 14: Connie Mack (Republican)
District 15: Bill Posey (Repulic)
District 16: Tom Rooney (R)
District 17: Frederica Wilson (D), unanimously
District 18: Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Republican)
District 19: Ted Deutch (D)
District 20: Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D)
District 21: Mario Diaz-Balart (R), unanimously
District 22: Allen West (Republican), a former Democrat to take.
District 23: Alcee Hastings (Democrat)
District 24: Sandra Adams (R), a former Democrat to hold
District 25: David Rivera! (R)
Florida Governor Election Results: Republican Rick Scott is a leader and defeat, Alex Sink, the Party of the Republic by a narrow margin.
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