Florida's Sixth District stretches from the St. Johns River and Jacksonville, sweeping through the Heart of North Central Florida, encompassing portions of Gainesville and Ocala, meandering down to the northern tip of the Orlando metropolitan area, in Lake County.
As the District meanders through Central Florida, more than 525,000 registered voters, along with their families, call the District home. Just over 39 percent of these voters are Democratic, while slightly more than 41 percent identify themselves as Republican. 80 percent of the District is white, with 9.7 percent identified as black and 3.1 percent Hispanic. 
Cliff Stearns (R) 136,281 60% David Bruderly (D) 91,310 40%
Cliff Stearns (R) 210,678 64% David Bruderly (D) 116,461 36%
Cliff Stearns (R) 136,198 65% David Bruderly (D) 74,904 35%
- Elections Results. Florida Division of Elections, Department of State.
- 2000 election results from Washington Post
- 2002 election results from Washington Post
- 2004 election results from Washington Post
- 2006 election results from Washington Post
- Politics1: Florida
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