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District 19: Previous Election Results

2010 House Special Primary

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Ted DeutchDemocratic23,95985.2%
Ben GraberDemocratic4,15114.8%

2010 House Special General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Ted DeutchDemocratic43,26962.1%
Jim McCormickNo Party1,9052.7%
Edward LynchRepublican24,54935.2%

2010 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Ted DeutchDemocratic132,09862.7%
Joe BuddRepublican78,73337.3%

2010 House Special Primary

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Joe BuddRepublican3,27440.1%
Edward LynchRepublican3,32240.7%
Curt PriceRepublican1,56619.2%

2008 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Robert WexlerDemocratic202,46566.2%
Edward LynchRepublican83,35727.2%
Ben GraberUnaffiliated20,2146.6%

2002 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Robert WexlerDemocratic156,74772.2%
Jack MerklRepublican60,47727.8%

2000 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Robert WexlerDemocratic171,08071.6%
Morris ThompsonRepublican67,78928.4%

1996 House Primary Runoff

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Peter WeinsteinDemocratic12,58034.9%
Robert WexlerDemocratic23,43965.1%

1996 House Primary

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Benjamin GraberDemocratic9,20620.6%
Peter TsakanikasDemocratic1,2142.7%
Peter WeinsteinDemocratic13,07329.3%
Robert WexlerDemocratic21,14247.4%

1996 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Robert WexlerDemocratic188,74565.6%
Beverly KennedyRepublican99,07334.4%

1996 House Primary

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Beverly KennedyRepublican10,26869.2%
Joseph SmithRepublican4,56230.8%

District 19: Demographics

Population639,295
Percentage of Population Age 65 and Up29.7%

Ethnicity

Percentage White86.6%
Percentage Black6.3%
Percentage American Indian / Alaska Native0.2%
Percentage Asian2.0%
Percentage Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander0.1%
Percentage Mixed Race2.1%
Percentage Other Race2.8%
Percentage Hispanic12.7%
Percentage Non Hispanic White77.5%
Percentage Non Hispanic Black6.1%
Percentage Households All Speak Language Other than English17.1%

Income

Median Household Income$42,237
Percentage Income in Poverty in 20097.7%

Energy

Percentage Homes heated by Electricity95.4%
Percentage Homes heated by Gas2.0%
Percentage Homes heated by Coal0.0%
Percentage Homes heated by Fuel Oil0.4%

Employment & Education

Percentage Employed Civilians 16-years-old and up40.8%
Percentage with a College Degree25.7%
Percentage Management or Professional Workers34.3%
Percentage Sales or Office Workers32.8%
Percentage Production or Transportation Workers7.8%

Marriage

Percentage Married Couples52.1%
Percentage Married Couples with Children16.4%
Percentage Married Couple Both Work29.2%
Percentage Unmarried Partner Households, Male living with Male0.3%
Percentage Unmarried Partner Households, Female living with Female0.3%

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Historical Election Results

2012
Nov. 6, 2012Presidental General Election
Jan. 31, 2012Presidental Dem Primary
Jan. 31, 2012Presidental GOP Primary
2008
Jan. 29, 2008Presidental Dem Primary
Jan. 29, 2008Presidental GOP Primary

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Saturday, November 03
Florida
NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist
Obama 49
Romney 47
Obama + 2
Saturday, October 20
Florida
Rasmussen Reports
Nelson 48
Mack McGillicuddy 43
Nelson + 5
Friday, October 12
Florida
Rasmussen Reports
Romney 51
Obama 47
Romney + 4
Thursday, October 11
Florida
NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist
Obama 48
Romney 47
Obama + 1
Friday, October 05
Florida
Rasmussen Reports
Romney 49
Obama 47
Romney + 2
Wednesday, September 26
Florida
CBS/New York Times/Quinnipiac
Obama 53
Romney 44
Obama + 9
Tuesday, September 25
Florida
The Washington Post
Obama 51
Romney 47
Obama + 4
Sunday, September 23
Florida
Miami Herald/Mason-Dixon
Obama 48
Romney 47
Obama + 1
Saturday, September 22
Florida
Miami Herald/Mason-Dixon
Nelson 48
Mack McGillicuddy 40
Nelson + 8
Sunday, September 16
Florida
Rasmussen Reports
Nelson 47
Mack McGillicuddy 40
Nelson + 7
Thursday, September 13
Florida
Rasmussen Reports
Obama 48
Romney 46
Obama + 2
Tuesday, September 04
Florida
Public Policy Polling
Nelson 45
Mack McGillicuddy 38
Nelson + 7
Monday, September 03
Florida
Public Policy Polling
Obama 48
Romney 47
Obama + 1
Monday, August 27
Florida
CNN/Time
Obama 50
Romney 46
Obama + 4
Wednesday, August 01
Florida
CBS/New York Times/Quinnipiac
Obama 51
Romney 45
Obama + 6
Saturday, July 21
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SurveyUSA
Obama 48
Romney 43
Obama + 5
Monday, July 16
Florida
Purple Strategies
Romney 48
Obama 45
Romney + 3
Saturday, July 14
Florida
Mason-Dixon
Obama 46
Romney 45
Obama + 1
Friday, July 13
Florida
Mason-Dixon
Nelson 47
Mack 42
Nelson + 5
Wednesday, July 11
Florida
Rasmussen Reports
Mack 46
Nelson 37
Mack + 9
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