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2022 Primary Election Results for Nassau County (so far)

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By George Miller

8-23-22- we will update this article periodically

FL Governor- Crist 60% easily beat Fried 35% in the Dem race and will face incumbent Governor DeSantis, who was unopposed in the primary, in the general election

Congressional District 4 (Rep), Aaron Bean was way ahead with 68% of the vote last time I checked, with Erick Aguilar at 26%, the rest for Jon Chubo.

Congressional District 4 Dems– Holloway and Hill are almost in dead heat, with the former slightly ahead.

Congressional District 5 (Rep) Rutherford, with 66%, Macie 18%

District 15 State House (Rep)– Dean Black with 64%, Emily Nunez 36%

State Senate- Smith (Dem) and Clay Yarborough (Rep) were both uncontested and will face off in November.

For U.S. Senate, Deming (Dem) 84% vs Rush 6% . Rubio (Rep) incumbent uncontested

Attorney-General – Ayala (Dem) 45%, Ulfelder 28%. Rep. Moody uncontested

Nassau County

Board of Commissioners

District 2 Hupp Huppman won big with 63% vs Aaron Bell 37%

District 4- Alyson McCullough 47%, George Spicer 28%, Thomas Ford 24%

Ocean, Highway & Port Authority

District 3- Justin Taylor 61%, Scott Hanna 39%

District 4- Ray Nelson 51%, Nate Bell 26%, Kyle Caswell 23%

School Board

District 1- Shannon Hogue 47%, Jamie Deonis 34%, Rick Pavelock 20%

District 3- Curtis Gaus 38%, Albert Wagner 35%, David Dew 27%

Fernandina Beach City Commission- Note that the vote won’t happen until November

County Voting Stats

Registered Voters:

74,467

Ballots Counted:

22,872

Voter Turnout:

30.71%

Latest numbers: https://enr.electionsfl.org/NAS/3204/Summary/Scrolling/Banner/

Note that the Elections officer reports that ALL votes were counted by tonight, 8-23-22, except for provisional ballots, which require some research. Sure is a lot better than some of the troubled “swing states” of 2020


George Miller is Publisher and Co-Founder of Citizens Journal Florida, based in Fernandina Beach. He is a “retired” operations management consultant, software and publishing executive and manufacturing management professional.

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