The polls have closed locally in Florida’s Primary Election. Here’s what we’re keeping an eye on as the results trickle in.
Clicking the links below will take you to our results pages.
As of 7 p.m., when polls closed on election day, 184,592 Duval County voters had cast a ballot, with the unofficial voter turnout at 28.51%.
We’ve put together a list of key and noteworthy races — things that a lot of people are talking about, like the sheriff’s race in Jacksonville or the referendum that, if approved, would result in a tax increase in Duval County designed to benefit DCPS teachers and staff. (Need more info on that tax? Click here for an explainer.)
Republicans and Democrats will choose their party’s nominees for Congress, statewide offices, seats in the legislature and local commissions. Many races — including the congressional seat representing two-thirds of Jacksonville — will be decided in the primary or face only token opposition in November’s general election.
And, in the race for Florida governor, Democrats will decide who will take on incumbent Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Depending on what county you’re in means you’ll see a few things specific for your ballot. So, we’re breaking those categories and results down by region.