Florida Senate - 2011 SENATOR AMENDMENT
Bill No. CS/CS/HB 1355, 1st Eng.
Senate . House
Floor: 1d/RE/2R .
05/05/2011 03:15 PM .
Senator Diaz de la Portilla moved the following:
1 Senate Amendment to Amendment (404618)
3 Delete lines 499 - 542
4 and insert:
5 (2)(a) PRECINCT-LEVEL ELECTION RESULTS.—Within 30
6 after certification by the Elections Canvassing Commission the
7 date of a presidential preference primary election, a special
8 election, primary election, or a general election, the
9 supervisors of elections shall collect and submit to the
10 department precinct-level election results for the election in a
11 uniform electronic format specified by paragraph (c) the
12 department. The precinct-level election results shall be
13 compiled separately for the primary or special primary election
14 that preceded the general or special general election,
15 respectively. The results shall specifically include for each
16 precinct the aggregate total of all ballots cast for each
17 candidate or nominee to fill a national, state, county, or
18 district office or proposed constitutional amendment, with
19 subtotals for each candidate and ballot type, unless fewer than
20 10 voters voted a ballot type. “All ballots cast” means ballots
21 cast by voters who cast a ballot whether at a precinct location,
22 by absentee ballot including overseas absentee ballots, during
23 the early voting period, or by provisional ballot.
24 (b) The department shall make such information available on
25 a searchable, sortable, and downloadable database via its
26 website that also includes the file layout and codes. The
27 database shall be searchable and sortable by county, precinct,
28 and candidate. The database shall be downloadable in a tab
29 delimited format. The database shall be available for download
30 county-by-county and also as a statewide file. Such report shall
31 also be made available upon request.
32 (c) The files containing the precinct-level election
33 results shall be created in accordance with the applicable file
35 1. The precinct-level results file shall be created or
36 converted into a tab-delimited text file.
37 2. The row immediately before the first data record shall
38 contain the column names of the data elements that make up the
39 data records. There shall be one header record followed by
40 multiple data records.
41 3. The data records shall include the following columns:
42 County Name, Election Number, Election Date, Unique Precinct
43 Identifier, Precinct Polling Location, Total Registered Voters,
44 Total Registered Republicans, Total Registered Democrats, Total
45 Registered All Other Parties, Contest Name,
46 Candidate/Retention/Issue Name, Candidate Florida Voter
47 Registration System ID Number, Division of Elections Unique
48 Candidate Identifying Number, Candidate Party, District,
49 Undervote Total, Overvote Total, Write-in Total, and Vote Total.