Nearly three in every four Santa Rosa County voters cast a ballot in the Nov. 3 election, the highest voter turnout in the county since 1976. This year’s ballot had no shortage of hot button topics, including local taxes, state constitution changes and, of course, deciding the president of the United States. Here’s a breakdown of what the results mean.
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