There were 11,934,446 Florida Citizens registered to vote in the 2012 election. 

There were 8,538,264 or 71.5% that actually voted.  3,396,182 voters stayed home, and from what I can find they were mostly Conservative voters.  Had conservatives voted the election would have gone a different direction, at least as related to Florida. 

I have read or heard that there were many Evangelicals that refuse to vote for Romney because he did not believe in Jesus – To me that is the lamest, most ignorant excuse not to vote – we can see the destruction that attitude has cause.  It is especially ignorant since Mormons do believe in Jesus; it is pasted all over their web site.  I worked for a Mormon for three years, and he was one of the most religious men I have met, and he certainly did believe in Jesus.

Regardless of why they did not vote, the destruction that is being caused by this administration is enormous and it will be our kids that eventually suffer to pay the price to recover, and you can be sure that when they realize this, there will be a serious cut in Welfare, Food Stamps, Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, Government employee retirement payout, the budgets for the EPA, the IRS, The useless Department of Education along with the useless Department of energy. 

If you think there was trouble in Greece, you haven’t seen anything yet for when the vampires in this country start screaming for their free stuff riots will be an everyday occurrence, then hussein will have the conditions to try to become a real dictator according to the rules of Chaos.

At that point I would expect to see a military takeover, and hopefully after the quite returns a return to real Constitutional Law.

Florida Department of State
Division of Elections
November 6, 2012 General Election
Official Results
Voter Registration and Turnout
Back

Alachua

164,912

121,140

73.5%

Baker

14,006

11,460

81.8%

Bay

112,915

80,421

71.2%

Bradford

15,491

11,719

75.7%

Brevard

380,469

287,546

75.6%

Broward

1,140,454

762,345

66.8%

Calhoun

8,278

6,232

75.3%

Charlotte

115,050

85,355

74.2%

Citrus

98,639

74,543

75.6%

Clay

132,585

97,081

73.2%

Collier

180,560

150,346

83.3%

Columbia

35,539

27,322

76.9%

Desoto

16,376

9,935

60.7%

Dixie

10,229

7,006

68.5%

Duval

557,282

414,111

74.3%

Escambia

198,275

149,716

75.5%

Flagler

69,597

50,836

73.0%

Franklin

7,174

5,537

77.2%

Gadsden

29,625

22,638

76.4%

Gilchrist

11,121

8,004

72.0%

Glades

6,668

4,004

60.0%

Gulf

9,030

7,177

79.5%

Hamilton

7,963

5,460

68.6%

Hardee

12,312

7,268

59.0%

Hendry

17,264

10,324

59.8%

Hernando

123,346

84,581

68.6%

Highlands

62,076

42,981

69.2%

Hillsborough

747,587

545,134

72.9%

Holmes

11,560

8,373

72.4%

Indian River

93,569

72,117

77.1%

Jackson

29,003

21,094

72.7%

Jefferson

9,517

7,838

82.4%

 Lafayette

4,568

3,443

75.4%

Lake

201,652

151,975

75.4%

 

Lee

388,947

267,921

68.9%

Leon

190,574

149,042

78.2%

Levy

25,053

18,550

74.0%

Liberty

4,410

3,329

75.5%

Madison

12,001

8,727

72.7%

Manatee

209,468

154,263

73.6%

Marion

223,478

162,632

72.8%

Martin

101,835

79,453

78.0%

Miami-Dade

1,313,850

888,033

67.6%

Monroe

51,524

39,315

76.3%

Nassau

51,607

40,755

79.0%

Okaloosa

128,865

95,252

73.9%

Okeechobee

19,185

12,418

64.7%

Orange

690,645

470,192

68.1%

Osceola

163,384

109,542

67.0%

Palm Beach

870,186

605,268

69.6%

Pasco

310,322

215,577

69.5%

Pinellas

626,348

461,806

73.7%

Polk

351,119

250,454

71.3%

Putnam

43,581

31,571

72.4%

Santa Rosa

116,941

77,405

66.2%

Sarasota

277,672

208,623

75.1%

Seminole

277,376

209,913

75.7%

St. Johns

152,849

115,390

75.5%

St. Lucie

175,554

123,750

70.5%

Sumter

73,946

60,775

82.2%

Suwannee

25,043

17,803

71.1%

Taylor

12,585

9,231

73.3%

Union

7,313

5,452

74.6%

Volusia

332,556

236,215

71.0%

Wakulla

18,501

14,748

79.7%

Walton

38,368

28,677

74.7%

Washington

14,668

11,120

75.8%

Total

11,934,446

8,538,264

71.5%