Okaloosa Election Result 2012 Presidential General Election BARACK OBAMA RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT at 10:21 PM 2012 General Election Okaloosa County, Florida UNOFFICIAL RESULTS as of 11:22 PM November 6, 2012 Includes Absentee and Early Voting results [caption id="attachment_680" align="aligncenter" width="300"] 2012 Presidential Electoral Vote Map-OBAMA WINS[/caption] Note: This page will automatically update ...Read more ›
Fort Walton Beach, Florida | June 8, 2012 | 3:55pm The Okaloosa County election candidates qualification deadline has expired and now we know who will be on the Okaloosa primary election ballot and the Okaloosa general election ballot. The most interesting revelation in the Okaloosa County Sheriff's race, is that there were only four (4) Republican candidates to qualify for the August 14, 2012 primary elect ...Read more ›
Okaloosa Supervisor of Elections - June 7, 2012 As the deadline for Okaloosa County candidates to qualify in the 2012 election draws to less than 24 hours remaining, the Okaloosa Supervisor of Elections work begins. The list of Okaloosa Candidates having already qualified on the forth day is quite large and each candidate that has not qualified yet, will have to do so by noon tomorrow, or their name will n ...Read more ›
Okaloosa election candidate information on Republican, Independent and Democrat candidates Information.
Okaloosa general election candidate information on Republican, Independent and Democrat candidates can be found here at www.OkaloosaElection.com The Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections hopes to Get out the Vote and that Okaloosa Voters will vote in the Okaloosa Election. The Okaloosa County Elections will include races in the Destin Election, Crestview Election, Niceville Election, Fort Walton Election ...Read more ›
Okaloosa County Primary Election Results Destin, Florida | August 14, 2012--The polls have opened and early morning voter turnout has been higher than the 2008 and 2010 primary elections according to Okaloosa Supervisor of Elections, Paul Lux. However, when all the votes from each precinct voting station were tabulated, it was clear that only 27% of the total 123,539 registered voters had actually bothered ...Read more ›