With 96 percent of the votes counted, Cammack had 25 percent, enough to win in the ten candidate primary.
With 87 percent of the vote in, Gaetz, a top ally of President Donald Trump, had 81 percent. Primary challengers Greg Merk and John Mills, both of whom served as Navy officers, were well behind with the two of them hovering around 9.5 percent apiece.
With 63 percent of the vote in, Gimenez had more than 60 percent of the vote. Former Metro-Dade Firefighters Union President Omar Blanco stood at 39.5 percent.
With all votes in, Luna won the Republican primary in this Pinellas County district with 36 percent of the vote.
Earlier this year, Francois, a former congressional aide, left the Republican primary race against U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., to challenge Demings.
With all votes in, Donalds had 22.6 percent of the Republican primary vote, giving him a narrow win over state House Majority Leader Dane Eagle, R-Cape Coral, who took 21.9 percent of the vote. Businessman Casey Askar garnered 20 percent followed by urologist Dr. William Figlesthaler with 18.4 percent of the vote.
Olson now advances to take on U.S. Rep. Darren Soto, D-Fla., in November.
First elected to Congress in 2008, Posey has not seen a primary challenge in more than a decade.
With 99 percent of the vote in, Rutherford had 80 percent of the vote. Educator and businessman Erick Aguilar had 20 percent.
“Ultimately the best thing for the country is to be able to pass a compromise like we did the first couple of times. This time, I guess it is too close to the election, and they’ve decided that they’re better off by doing nothing at all. I disagree, and I think the voters are going to disagree,” Rubio told the media.