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2022 Indian River County, Florida General Election Results

November 8th, 2022

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United States Senator

Marco Rubio (REP) Winner
Florida: 4,469,769
Indian River County: 50,628

Val Demings (DEM)
Florida: 3,196,945
Indian River County: 25,285

Dennis Misigoy (LPF)
Florida: 32,098
Indian River County: 259

Steven B. Grant (NPA)
Florida: 31,761
Indian River County: 295

Tuan TQ Nguyen (NPA)
Florida: 17,336
Indian River County: 128

Write-In
Florida: 0
Indian River County: 24

Representative in
Congress District 8

Bill Posey (REP) Winner
FL Congressional District 8: 221,966
Indian River County: 51,213

Joanne Terry (DEM)
FL Congressional District 8: 119,917
Indian River County: 24,313

Governor and
Lieutenant Governor

Ron DeSantis / Jeanette Nuñez (REP) Winner
Florida: 4,608,988
Indian River County: 51,991

Charlie Christ / Karla Hernandez Matz (DEM)
Florida: 3,101,959
Indian River County: 24,426

Hector Roos / Jerry "Tub" Rorabaugh (LPF)
Florida: 19,246
Indian River County: 140

Carmen Jackie Gimenez / Kyle "KC" Gibson (NPA)
Florida: 31,511
Indian River County: 240

Attorney General

Ashley Moody (REP) Winner
Florida: 4,646,062
Indian River County: 52,337

Aramis Ayala (DEM)
Florida: 3,021,645
Indian River County: 23,364

Chief Financial Officer

Jimmy Patronis (REP) Winner
Florida: 4,523,707
Indian River County: 50,685

Adam Hattersley (DEM)
Florida: 3,081,396
Indian River County: 24,178

Commissioner of Agriculture

Wilton Simpson (REP) Winner
Florida: 4,505,585
Indian River County: 50,765

Naomi Esther Blemur (DEM)
Florida: 3,091,443
Indian River County: 23,806

State Representative District 34

Robert Brackett (REP) Winner
Florida State House District 34: 58,499
Indian River County: 51,053

Karen Greb (DEM)
Florida State House District 34: 27,459
Indian River County: 23,989

Retention of Florida Supreme Court Justice Charles T. Canady Retained

Yes
Florida: 4,353,468
Indian River County: 45,730

No
Florida: 2,452,526
Indian River County: 18,289

Retention of Florida Supreme Court Justice John D. Couriel Retained

Yes
Florida: 4,300,142
Indian River County: 45,304

No
Florida: 2,454,288
Indian River County: 18,232

Retention of Florida Supreme Court Justice Jamie Grosshans Retained

Yes
Florida: 4,301,301
Indian River County: 44,943

No
Florida: 2,436,519
Indian River County: 18,349

Retention of Florida Supreme Court Justice Jorge Labarga Retained

Yes
Florida: 4,192,664
Indian River County: 41,134

No
Florida: 2,532,025
Indian River County: 22,050

Retention of Florida Supreme Court Justice Ricky Polston Retained

Yes
Florida: 4,235,156
Indian River County: 43,882

No
Florida: 2,483,662
Indian River County: 19,031

Retention of Florida 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Ed Artau Retained

Yes
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 750,091
Indian River County: 44,307

No
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 468,941
Indian River County: 17,420

Retention of Florida 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Cory J. Ciklin Retained

Yes
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 774,855
Indian River County: 42,071

No
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 439,659
Indian River County: 19,196

Retention of Florida 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Dorian K. Damoorgian Retained

Yes
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 793,497
Indian River County: 43,607

No
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 415,008
Indian River County: 17,350

Retention of Florida 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Jonathan D. Gerber Retained

Yes
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 843,745
Indian River County: 45,436

No
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 367,567
Indian River County: 15,518

Retention of Florida 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Robert M. Gross Retained

Yes
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 741,638
Indian River County: 39,364

No
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 465,669
Indian River County: 21,640

Retention of Florida 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Spencer D. Levine Retained

Yes
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 833,633
Indian River County: 44,963

No
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 369,960
Indian River County: 16,055

Retention of Florida 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Melanie G. May Retained

Yes
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 846,852
Indian River County: 42,413

No
FL 4th District Court of Appeal: 353,894
Indian River County: 17,626

Indian River County, FL School Board Member District 2

Cynthia "Cindy" Gibbs
Total: 29,590

Jacqueline "Jackie" Rosario Winner
Total: 36,707

City of Sebastian Council Member (Top 2 Race)

Kelly Dixon Winner
Total: 4,675

Ed Dodd Winner
Total: 6,785

Damien H. Gilliams
Total: 462

Damien L. Gilliams "Junior"
Total: 397

Louise Kautenburg
Total: 2,351

Sherrie Matthews
Total: 3,780

Charles Saint John Stadelman
Total: 1,044

City of Vero Beach Council Member (Top 3 Race)

John M. Carroll Jr Winner
Total: 2,255

Tracey Zudans Winner
Total: 2,413

Taylor J. Dingle
Total: 1,739

Bob McCabe
Total: 2,019

Brooke Steinkamp
Total: 1,127

Ken Daige
Total: 1,660

Linda Moore Winner
Total: 2,274

Honey Minuse
Total: 2,039

Indian River County Hospital District Seat 2

Igor Khromov
Total: 23,296

Michael Kint Winner
Total: 33,428

Indian River County Hospital District Seat 4

Allen N. Jones
Total: 23,781

Paul L. Westcott Winner
Total: 33,266

Indian River County Hospital District Seat 7

William P. Cooney Winner
Total: 22,058

Brian E. Gallagher
Total: 18,008

Jad-Alexander Hadi Shalhoub
Total: 17,139

Indian River County Mosquito Control District Seat 2

Anna J. Kirkland Winner
Total: 34,453

Lawrence Kyzer
Total: 25,621

Indian River Soil and Water Conservation District Seat 1

Bob Adair Winner
Total: 38,492

Shawn Frost
Total: 18,657

No. 1 Constitutional Amendment, Article VII, Section 4; Article XII, Section 42 Rejected by Voters

Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution, effective January 1, 2023, to authorize the Legislature, by general law, to prohibit the consideration of any change or improvement made to real property used for residential purposes to improve the property's resistance to flood damage in determining the assessed value of such property for ad valorem taxation purposes.

Yes
Florida: 4,011,091
Indian River County: 38,060

No
Florida: 2,993,620
Indian River County: 28,627

No. 2 Constitutional Amendment, Article II, Section 5; Article XI, Sections 2 and 5 Rejected by Voters

Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to abolish the Constitution Revision Commission, which meets at 20-year intervals and is scheduled to next convene in 2037, as a method of submitting proposed amendments or revisions to the State Constitution to electors of the state for approval. This amendment does not affect the ability to revise or amend the State Constitution through citizen initiative, constitutional convention, the Taxation and Budget Reform Commission, or legislative joint resolution.

Yes
Florida: 3,740,567
Indian River County: 38,564

No
Florida: 3,202,689
Indian River County: 27,318

No. 3 Constitutional Amendment, Article VII, Section 6; Article XII Rejected by Voters

Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to authorize the Legislature, by general law, to grant an additional homestead tax exemption for nonschool levies of up to $50,000 of the assessed value of homestead property owned by classroom teachers, law enforcement officers, correctional officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians, paramedics, child welfare services professionals, active duty members of the United States Armed Forces, and Florida National Guard members. This amendment shall take effect January 1, 2023.

Yes
Florida: 4,210,144
Indian River County: 41,432

No
Florida: 2,965,513
Indian River County: 28,408

Acquire Lands To Protect Water Resources, The Indian River Lagoon, Natural Areas, And Wildlife Habitat Approved by Voters

To acquire and permanently preserve environmentally significant lands to restore the Indian River Lagoon, protect water resources, natural areas, wildlife habitat, drinking water resources, and construct public access improvements related thereto, shall Indian River County be authorized to issue general obligation bonds up to $50,000,000, maturing within 20 years from each issuance, not exceeding the legal maximum interest rate, payable from ad valorem taxes, with full public disclosure of all spending through annual independent audits?

For Bonds
Total: 54,096

Against Bonds
Total: 15,083

Referendum To Amend Section 5.05 Of The City Of Vero Beach Charter Approved by Voters

Shall the City Charter (section 5.05) be amended adding subsection (c) allowing development of the former power plant site located north of the Alma Lee Loy Bridge pursuant to a long-term lease for primarily public use and access, including recreation, restaurant, retail, hotel, and similar uses as presented in the master concept plan approved in Resolution No. 2022-03 by City Council on February 1, 2022?

Yes, for approval
Total: 5,559

No, for rejection
Total: 1,480

Referendum To Amend Section 5.05 Of The City Of Vero Beach Charter Approved by Voters

Shall the City Charter (section 5.05) be amended adding (27) “Edgewood Park” located at 18th Street and 18th Avenue, a/k/a lot 6, block 4, Edgewood’s Second Addition to the City Charter?

Yes, for approval
Total: 4,631

No, for rejection
Total: 1,540

Referendum To Amend Section 2.03 Of The City Of Vero Beach Charter Approved by Voters

Shall Section 2.03 of the City Charter be repealed and replaced with the following: “Effective fiscal year 2023-2024, the Mayor shall receive a salary of $1,300.00 per month and the other members of City Council shall receive a salary of $1,075.00 per month, and they shall receive an annual increase at the same rate as all non-union city employees?"

Yes, for approval
Total: 3,648

No, for rejection
Total: 2,907

Referendum To Amend Section 4.06 Of The City Of Vero Beach Charter Approved by Voters

Shall Section 4.06 of the City Charter be repealed and replaced with the following: “The City Canvassing Board shall be composed of the City Clerk, City Manager, and City Attorney, as Chairman, and shall: (1) cooperate with Supervisor of Elections; (2) canvass all city elections; (3) deliver the Supervisor’s certificate of election for each candidate; and (4) perform other duties imposed by general law?"

Yes, for approval
Total: 4,379

No, for rejection
Total: 1,837

Referendum To Amend Section 2.08 Of The City Of Vero Beach Charter Approved by Voters

Shall the City Charter be amended to add the following provision: “The City Charter shall be reviewed at least every eight (8) years by a Charter Review Committee appointed by the City Council?"

Yes, for approval
Total: 4,856

No, for rejection
Total: 1,481

Referendum To Amend Section 5.05 Of The City Of Vero Beach Charter Removed from Ballot by Judge

Shall the City Charter be amended by adding to Section 5.05 the land north of Alex MacWilliam Boat Basin Park/Bob Summers Park designated as South Marina Dry Storage; and adding to listed properties a further restriction on any future structures being added thereto of anything greater than 500 total square feet, or existing structures increased by 20% total size (footprint and volume), without a referendum approval by City voters in favor of same?

Yes, for approval
Total: N/A

No, for rejection
Total: N/A