Lafayette County voters struck down all three amendments during the midterm election according to the Supervisor of Elections.
With all five precincts reporting, Governor Rick Scott (R) is leading challenger Charlie Crist with 64.03 percent of the vote.
Thomas E. “Boogie” Pridgeon, Jr. (D) is leading challenger Don Becton (R) with 57.96 percent of the vote for County Commissioner District 2.
Anthony Adams (R) is leading challenger Martha Drew Humphries (D) with 56.05 percent of the vote for County Commissioner District 4.
Marion McCray (NON) is barely leading challenger Tim Pearson (NON) with 50.99 percent of the vote for the position of School Board District 3.
All five First District Court of Appeals judges including Benton, Osterhaus, Makar, Lewis, Jr. and Roberts are losing their bid to remain in office.