The 2016 Primary Election is over, and West Florida turned out in higher numbers than the rest of the state.
This year’s Primary saw just under 30% voter participation locally. The statewide turnout was 23.85%.
A total of 54,742 of 201,999 registered voters participated in Escambia – a 27% turnout.
Santa Rosa had a 25.22% turnout; while 29.03% voted in Okaloosa, per their respective Supervisors of Elections.
For full County Election Results, click on the following links:
For State and Federal returns, click on the following Division of Elections links: