Election Day 2010: Results

Tuesday, Nov. 2 is the general election.

Tuesday, Nov. 2 is the general election.

Complete election results for Collier County

Complete election results for Lee County

PHOTOS Scott's lead for Florida governor 1.4 percent or 76,000 votes; Sink not conceding

Sorry Charlie: Marco Rubio wins Senate over Crist, Meek

Collier County School Board: Carroll, Berry, Terry win

Class size amendment losing; Collier may have to rezone elementary schools

Hall, Bigelow win re-election in Lee County Commission race

Rivera has comfortable lead for South Florida Congress 25 seat; Mack wins

Hometown Democracy (Amendment 4) loses statewide, and in Collier, Lee

GOP gains in Southwest Florida legislative seats

Straw ballot: Collier voters support fire district consolidation

Incumbents leading in Collier fire board races

Fla. amendments 5 & 6 pass; set new standards for drawing legislative, congressional districts

Bonita, Estero fire seats: Incumbents barely hold on to seats

Mann of the hour: Familiar name wins Lee County judge seat

Incumbent and newcomer lead for seats on mosquito, soil and water boards

Two incumbents, three newcomers elected to Lee Memorial Hospital Board

GOP gains two-thirds majority in Florida Legislature

Election Day: Republicans ruling exit polls

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