2020 Florida Republican presidential primary

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2020 Florida Republican presidential primary

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Candidate Donald Trump
Home state Florida[1]
Delegate count 122
Popular vote 1,162,984
Percentage 93.79%
A Republican Party sample ballot from Sumter County, Florida.

The 2020 Florida Republican presidential primary took place on March 17, 2020, as one of the three contests scheduled on that date in the Republican Party presidential primaries for the 2020 presidential election.

Results[edit]

Incumbent United States president Donald Trump was challenged by three candidates: businessman and perennial candidate Rocky De La Fuente of California, former congressman Joe Walsh of Illinois, and former governor Bill Weld of Massachusetts. Walsh withdrew from the race prior to the primary.[2]

2020 Florida Republican primary[3][4]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 1,162,984 93.79 122
Bill Weld 39,319 3.17
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 25,464 2.05
Rocky De La Fuente 12,172 0.98
Total 1,239,939 100% 122

Results by county[edit]

2020 Florida Republican primary

(results per county)[3]

County Donald Trump Bill Weld Joe Walsh Rocky De La Fuente Total votes cast
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
Alachua 9,178 90.51 535 5.28 281 2.77 146 1.44 10,140
Baker 3,074 98.97 15 0.48 11 0.35 6 0.19 3,106
Bay 13,250 96.84 235 1.72 126 0.92 72 0.53 13,683
Bradford 2,756 97.63 25 0.89 28 0.99 14 0.50 2,823
Brevard 53,104 93.90 1,914 3.38 1,041 1.84 493 0.87 56,552
Broward 40,176 92.00 1,716 3.93 1,223 2.80 553 1.27 43,668
Calhoun 939 99.05 1 0.11 5 0.53 3 0.32 948
Charlotte 13,147 93.63 477 3.40 311 2.21 107 0.76 14,042
Citrus 18,556 95.35 480 2.47 289 1.49 135 0.69 19,460
Clay 17,750 95.51 392 2.11 316 1.70 126 0.68 18,584
Collier 34,863 93.85 1,379 3.71 609 1.64 298 0.80 37,149
Columbia 4,843 97.50 64 1.29 41 0.83 19 0.38 4,967
DeSoto 1,105 96.34 17 1.48 18 1.57 7 0.61 1,147
Dixie 1,440 98.77 9 0.62 2 0.14 7 0.48 1,458
Duval 50,953 94.74 1,381 2.57 979 1.82 467 0.87 53,780
Escambia 26,497 94.40 837 2.98 524 1.87 210 0.75 28,068
Flagler 10,308 95.60 237 2.20 161 1.49 76 0.70 10,782
Franklin 1,033 96.00 20 1.86 16 1.49 7 0.65 1,076
Gadsden 1,275 95.65 27 2.03 21 1.58 10 0.75 1,333
Gilchrist 1,695 96.53 26 1.48 25 1.42 10 0.57 1,756
Glades 901 96.47 14 1.50 12 1.28 7 0.75 934
Gulf 1,534 96.84 28 1.77 12 0.76 10 0.63 1,584
Hamilton 919 98.71 4 0.43 6 0.64 2 0.21 931
Hardee 1,525 97.51 10 0.64 17 1.09 12 0.77 1,564
Hendry 1,769 96.51 21 1.15 23 1.25 20 1.09 1,833
Hernando 17,258 95.42 368 2.03 312 1.73 148 0.82 18,086
Highlands 7,575 96.06 142 1.80 122 1.55 47 0.60 7,886
Hillsborough 68,940 92.93 2,657 3.58 1,646 2.22 939 1.27 74,182
Holmes 2,413 99.14 11 0.45 7 0.29 3 0.12 2,434
Indian River 14,629 93.70 541 3.47 319 2.04 123 0.79 15,612
Jackson 3,469 97.97 34 0.96 26 0.73 12 0.34 3,541
Jefferson 887 96.73 15 1.64 10 1.09 5 0.55 917
Lafayette 841 98.02 6 0.70 6 0.70 5 0.58 858
Lake 25,996 95.19 612 2.24 475 1.74 227 0.83 27,310
Lee 58,582 92.94 2,366 3.75 1,481 2.35 605 0.96 63,034
Leon 12,686 89.70 786 5.56 412 2.91 259 1.83 14,143
Levy 4,644 97.46 39 0.82 48 1.01 34 0.71 4,765
Liberty 438 98.87 0 0.00 2 0.45 3 0.68 443
Madison 1,457 97.79 17 1.14 10 0.67 6 0.40 1,490
Manatee 33,334 93.65 1,248 3.51 739 2.08 275 0.77 35,596
Marion 27,661 95.18 634 2.18 550 1.89 216 0.74 29,061
Martin 12,403 91.25 675 4.97 344 2.53 171 1.26 13,593
Miami-Dade 68,359 94.22 1,801 2.48 1,214 1.67 1,179 1.63 72,553
Monroe 5,745 91.85 254 4.06 169 2.70 87 1.39 6,255
Nassau 11,524 96.27 259 2.16 134 1.12 53 0.44 11,970
Okaloosa 17,330 93.78 580 3.14 401 2.17 169 0.91 18,480
Okeechobee 2,425 97.16 28 1.12 38 1.52 5 0.20 2,496
Orange 41,606 91.80 1,910 4.21 1,169 2.58 637 1.41 45,322
Osceola 13,931 93.40 430 2.88 334 2.24 220 1.48 14,915
Palm Beach 47,472 91.46 2,263 4.36 1,533 2.95 638 1.23 51,906
Pasco 35,678 94.59 968 2.57 782 2.07 292 0.77 37,720
Pinellas 72,450 90.89 3,699 4.64 2,558 3.21 1,005 1.26 79,712
Polk 38,493 95.34 959 2.38 638 1.58 284 0.70 40,374
Putnam 6,115 97.61 62 0.99 59 0.94 29 0.46 6,265
Santa Rosa 16,500 95.66 360 2.09 272 1.58 117 0.68 17,249
Sarasota 37,352 92.31 1,706 4.22 984 2.43 420 1.04 40,462
Seminole 27,009 93.00 1,127 3.88 578 1.99 328 1.13 29,042
St. Johns 24,171 94.93 688 2.70 406 1.59 198 0.78 25,463
St. Lucie 17,052 94.84 454 2.53 335 1.86 139 0.77 17,980
Sumter 21,897 96.44 452 1.99 257 1.13 99 0.44 22,705
Suwannee 4,494 98.38 30 0.66 34 0.74 10 0.22 4,568
Taylor 2,407 98.97 14 0.58 8 0.33 3 0.12 2,432
Union 1,043 98.58 6 0.57 4 0.38 5 0.47 1,058
Volusia 33,774 93.91 1,075 2.99 811 2.26 303 0.84 35,963
Wakulla 2,755 96.60 48 1.68 34 1.19 15 0.53 2,852
Walton 5,140 95.63 113 2.10 90 1.67 32 0.60 5,375
Washington 2,459 98.24 18 0.72 16 0.64 10 0.40 2,503
Total 1,162,984 93.79 39,319 3.17 25,464 2.05 12,172 0.98 1,239,939

References[edit]

  1. ^ Matthew Choi (October 31, 2019). "Trump, a symbol of New York, is officially a Floridian now". Politico. Retrieved February 3, 2020.
  2. ^ Michelle Marchante (February 15, 2020). "Want to vote on whether Trump stays? First come the primaries. Here's what to know". Miami Herald. Retrieved February 15, 2020.
  3. ^ a b "March 17, 2020 Primary Election". Florida Department of State. Florida Division of Elections. March 31, 2020. Retrieved April 8, 2020.
  4. ^ "Florida Republican Delegation 2020". The Green Papers. Retrieved March 11, 2020.