2010 Florida's 12th congressional district election
Florida's 12th District consists of the majority of Polk County, Florida and parts of Hillsborough and Osceola Counties. It is currently represented by five-term congressman Adam Putnam. In February 2009, Putnam decided to run for the Commissioner of Agriculture, and finish his term in Congress.
|Florida's 12th congressional district|
In the 2010 primary election, the Republican Party nominated the former Member of the Florida House of Representatives Dennis A. Ross and the Democratic Party nominated the Polk County Supervisor of elections Lori Edwards. Polk County Commissioner Randy Wilkinson will also[when?] join in the election as the nominee from the Tea Party.
|Republican||Dennis A. Ross||33,070||69.0|
|Republican||John W. Lindsey Jr.||14,871||31.0|
|Republican||Dennis A. Ross||101,245||48.1|
|Candidate (Party)||Receipts||Disbursements||Cash On Hand||Debt|
|Dennis Ross (R)||$1,063,314||$853,161||$210,153||$0|
|Lori Edwards (D)||$550,383||$359,581||$190,802||$0|
|Randy Wilkinson (R)||$46,067||$46,859||$2,351||$0|
|Source: Federal Election Commission|
- "Primary Results". politico.com. Retrieved October 27, 2010.
- "2010 House and Senate Campaign Finance for Florida". fec.gov. Retrieved October 27, 2010.[permanent dead link]