Election Results for West Boca

Results are in for the 2014 election and showed victory for incumbents and insiders. The most local of the races affecting West Boca was County Commission District 4, which is east of the Turnpike. Incumbent Steven Abrams (R) won the race handily with 59% of the vote over Andy O’Brien (D). Unfortunately that does not bode well for us on the issue of panhandlers.

Steven Abrams
Steven Abrams

In the nearest congressional race, Democrat incumbent Lois Frankel defeated Paul Spain (R), also with 59% of the vote. State Senate incumbent Maria Sachs (D) won by a closer margin with 55% of the vote over Ellyn Bogdanoff.
Spain, Frankel, Sachs & Bogdanoff
Spain, Frankel, Sachs & Bogdanoff

The tightest race in our area was in the State House, where incumbent Bill Hager (R) defeated challenger David Silvers 53% to 47%.
hager
On the county ballot questions, the school tax for arts and music won a yes handily, getting 79% of the vote. The Children’s Service Council question also won with an even larger 84%.

Author: Warren Redlich

Warren Redlich is a real estate agent and an attorney. He focuses on selling homes in West Boca Raton. Find out more at Yes Boca Real Estate.