Charlie Crist has won the Democratic Primary for Governor in a bid to get his old job back, but this time in a new party.  He defeated former state Senator Nan Rich.

Governor Rick Scott easily defeated two challengers in a Republican Gubernatorial Primary.  

Carl Domino has won the Republican primary for Congressional District 18.  He'll challenge incumbent democratic U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy in the general election.

Democrats Alcee Hastings and Ted Deutch ran away with their primaries in U.S. House Districts 20 and 21.

In District 22...Paul Spain was the Rrepublican chosen for a face-off against Democratic U.S. Representative Lois Frankel in November.

Former DCF Secretary George Sheldon has won in the race to challenge incumbent Republican state Attorney General Pam Bondi in November.  He beat out South Florida lawmaker Perry Thurston in the Democratic primary.

Republican State Senator Joe Negron has won the primary in district 32, while the State House District 81 Democratic Primary winner is incumbent Kevin Radar.  There is no Republican challenger in the fall.

Attorney Jessica Ticktin beat out Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge Diana Lewis in the gruop 14 race, while Jamie Goodman won the three-way battle for judge in Circuit Court group 30.   

In the Palm Beach County Commission, District 6...Melissa McKinlay beat out Kathy Foster.

The incumbents in three local school board races have won re-election.  Karen Brill, Debra Robinson and Marcia Andrews will each have another term. 

In the School Board, District 4 race, there will be a run-off in November between the top two vote-getters last night...Erica Whitfield and Tom Sutterfield. 

Incumbent Ralph Blair and challenger Alan Ballweg will take part in a run-off for the Indian Trail Improvement District seat that's up for grabs. 

The Jupiter Inlet Commission, District 4 race was won by Kenneth Mays Jr., who defeated Shawn Lopez.

The ballot questions in Palm Beach County:

In Lake Worth the referendum that would have had residents spending more than 63 million dollars on road and infrastructure improvements...wasn't passed, but it was close...losing by 26 votes.

The Delray Beach Charter Amendment that deals with the removal of the city manager did pass.