DECISION 2018: Gillum Grants Governor Race; Senate too close to call

For the results of the complete 2018 elections, click here. After months of campaign, millions of political announcements and thousands of miles traveled among the candidates, Election Day came with decisive competitions since the balance of power in the United States government rests partly in Florida. voters are choosing a US senator, a new governor and several new members of the Congress, as well as deciding whether to approve 12 proposed changes to the state constitution. Until Tuesday night, both the governor and the Senate races were very close to calling. KEY RACESFlorid governmental candidate Andrew Gillum granted in the Senate elections: all eyes are in Florida when a seat of the United States Senate is heavily disputed between Democrat Bill Nelson and Republican candidate Rick Scott, the outgoing ruler. Nelson has held the post since 2001 and decisively won the re-election in 2006 and 2012. If Scott won, he joined US Senator Marco Rubio and Florida would have two Republican senators for the first time since 1875. Formula Governor: in the race to replace Scott, the Republicans named Ron DeSantis, a conservative politician associated with the Tea Party in Jacksonville who resigned from the US House. UU. To focus on the elections. President Donald Trump approved DeSantis. Democrats have named the mayor of Tallahassee, Andrew Gillum, who is running on a progressive platform and has obtained approvals from heavyweight politicians such as former President Barack Obama and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. The last democrat to win the governorship of Florida was Lawton Chiles in 1994. 2018 Decision: Electoral Results Live SEE IN BROWARD in Broward County, the problems were reported in 7 venues in which the votes could not be sent electronically, by that officials were conducting results in jumping units for the thirsty election.RESULTSU.S. The House of Representatives in Florida, Democratic candidate Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, won the Florida 26th District Election. Democratic candidate Donna Shalala won the Florida 27th District Election. The Democratic Democracy of EE. UU. Ted Deutch was re-elected in the 22nd district of Florida. The Democratic US representative U., Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, was re-elected in the 23rd district of Florida. US Representative John Rutherford was re-elected in Florida's 4th district. Darren Soto received a second term in the 9th district of Florida. The Democratic US representative U., Stephanie Murphy, obtained a second term in the 7th district of Florida. American US Representative UU. Gus Bilirakis won the re-election in the 12th district of Florida. Rep. Democratic of EE. UU. Charlie Crist won the re-election in the 13th district of Florida. The representative of Al Lawson was re-elected in Florida's 5th district. US Representative Bill Posey won the re-election in Florida's 8th district. Republican American Rep. Daniel Webster won a fifth period in Flor Distrito de Ida 11. The Republican of EE. UU. Ted Yoho was re-elected in Florida's 3rd district. The representative of EE. UU. Brian Mast won the re-election in the 18th district of Florida. Republican Mario Diaz-Balart has won reelection in the United States. Republican 25. Republican Michael Waltz won the Florida 6th party elections. The republic of EE. U., Neal Dunn, was re-elected in Florida's 2nd district. Rep. From EE. UU. Francis Rooney won a second term in the 19th district of Florida. EE. UU. Republican Representative Greg Steube won the Florida 17th party elections. US Representative Vern Buchanan was re-elected in a seventh term in the Florida 16th district. The American republican defendant Matt Gaetz was re-elected in the Florida 1.Four district. The competent Democrats representing Florida in the US House. UU. They were reelected without opposition. The ratings oftomically in the Tuesday elections to the new terms of two years are representatives. Frederica Wilson of District 24 based in Miami; Val Demings of Orlando-District 10 Area; Lois Frankel from District 21 of Palm Beach County; and Kathy Castor, from District 14, in the Tampa area. CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES: AMENDED 4 APPROVED: Florida voters approve the constitutional amendment that restores the voting rights for most criminals. AMENDMENT 13 APPROVED – Florida prohibits greyhound races until 2021, pointing to the possible end of the sport. in USAMENDA 3 APPROVED – Florida voters approve the measure of constitutional amendments that limit future casinos outside the Indian reserves. AMENDMENT 12 APPROVED – Florida prohibits public employees from taking paid lobbying work up to six years after they complete the service. OTHER KEY RACES. Distrito Florida 26. Representative Carlos Curbelo, a Cuban-American known for moderate positions such as immigration policy, will seek a second re-election against the opposition of Democrat Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, an Ecuador health lawyer who spent decades working for non-profit organizations and once served as associate dean of the International University of Florida. District 26, which includes parts of the south of Miami-Dade county and the north of Monroe County, tends to lean freely ideologically and in the last two presidential elections it flew decisively to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Distrito Florida 27-After the Cuban-American representation of the USA. UU. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen announced that she was not going to be re-elected to the seat she held since 1989, the 27th district was considered open for a similar battle between Republicans and Democrats. On the Republican side, Cuban-American journalist María Elvira Salazar won the August primary, while Donna Shalala, former Secretary of Health and Human Services of the Clinton Administration, former president of the University of Miami and former President of the Clinton Foundation, won the candidacy Democrat. Immigration lawyer, Mayra Joly, is acting as an independent candidate. As the election of the intermediate elections in Florida, BALLOTFlorida voters decide to approve or reject 12 constitutional amendments that cover a wide range of topics, from property taxes to victims' rights, a greyhound race to ban and even bet on the state. For a detailed explanation of the dozens of changes, review the Voters Guide for the constitutional modifications of NBC 6. Voters will also choose a new Florida Attorney General, Financial Director and Agriculture Commissioner. For more information, click here. Voters direct polls on election day Residents of Miami on Tuesday have the opportunity to remodel the political and literal landscape with three referendums on a special ballot. On politics, residents of Miami decide whether the city of Miami will become a "strong mayor-commission" form of local government. As related terrestrial proposals, voters essentially decide whether a Major League Soccer stadium will replace the Melreese Field Club. Voters will also be asked if the lease of land owned by the city on the Miami River will be approved. Most Miami voters are required for referendums to pass. HOW TO OBTAIN RESULTSNBC LIVE ELECTIONS News and NBC 6 will emit a combination of live coverage starting at 8:00 p.m. at night NBC6.com will launch continuous online coverage and through the NBC 6 application. The NBC 6 South Florida television channel will emit continuous continuous coverage. For more in-depth information about the 2018 general election, follow the 2018 NBC 6 Decision.

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