Putting Education Reform To The Test

Wrapping Up Florida’s School Election Results

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Florida voters headed to the polls on Tuesday

Many counties held school district races. And education advocates were keeping their eyes on a handful of State House races as well.

So who were the winners and who were the losers?

Here’s a wrap-up of the results from around the state, after the jump:

Alachua County

McNealy and Sharpe will face a school board runoffThe Gainesville Sun.


Brevard County

Henderson retains school board seatFlorida Today.


Broward County

Leach wins reelection to school board seat, four other races head to runoffThe Miami Herald.

Four Broward school board seats still up for grabsThe South Florida Sun-Sentinel.


Duval County

Jenkins, Smith Juarez head to school board runoffThe Florida Times-Union.

Heymann versus Fischer for school board seatThe Florida Times-Union


Flagler County

School board incumbents win, school tax extendedThe Daytona Beach News-Journal.


Hillsborough County

PTA mom wins school board seat, incumbent heads to runoffThe Tampa Bay Times

Stuart, Edgecomb, Valdes win Hillsborough school board seatsThe Tampa Tribune


Indian River County

Voters approve 60-cent schools tax — TCPalm.com


Lee County

Morgan wins school board seat, Dozier and Chilmonik head to runoffThe Fort Myers News-Press.


Manatee County

Gause defeats Schaich for school board, Miner and Moates head to runoffThe Sarasota Herald-Tribune.


Marion County

Tomyn and Greene to face off for superintendent in NovemberThe Ocala Star-Banner.

Voters reject two school taxesThe Ocala Star-Banner.


Martin County

DiTerlizzi narrowly wins school board seat, George and Powers go to runoff — TCPalm.com

Gaylord new superintendent, marks change for districtThe Palm Beach Post.


Miami-Dade County

Castillo wins school board seat The Miami Herald.

Bullard swamps Saunders for state Senate nominationThe Miami Herald.


Nassau County

Bean easily defeats Weinstein for state SenateThe Florida Times-Union.

School board incumbents headed to runoffThe Florida Times-Union.


Orange County

Incumbents win three of four school board races, fourth heads to runoffThe Orlando Sentinel.

Thompson defeats Siplin for state Senate nomination. — The Orlando Sentinel

Osceola County

Weisheyer ousts Hartig for school board — The Orlando Sentinel


Palm Beach County

Murgio and Jax head to runoff for school boardThe Palm Beach Post.

Clemens holds narrow lead over Bernard for state SenateThe South Florida Sun-Sentinel.


Pasco County

Browning wins big in superintendent race — The Tampa Bay Times.

Browing wins GOP superintendent nominationThe Tampa Tribune.

Hurley wins reelection  to school boardThe Tampa Bay Times.


Pinellas County

School board races head to runoffThe Tampa Bay Times.


Putnam County

Incumbents win reelection for school boardThe Florida Times-Union.

Criswell and Roach will face off for superintendentThe Florida Times-Union.


Seminole County

Lockhart ousts Pond for school boardThe Orlando Sentinel.


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