PICK 2 winning numbers are 4-7 for Midday 11/21/2017 and 1-3 for Evening 11/21/2017
POWERBALL winning numbers are 17-28-31-32-39 PB26 X3 for 11/18/2017 and the next estimated Jackpot is $134 Million for 11/22/2017
FLORIDA LOTTO with Xtra winning numbers are 19-20-28-37-47-48 X4 for 11/18/2017 and the next Jackpot is $2 Million for 11/22/2017
LUCKY MONEY winning numbers are 6-34-37-39 LB7 for 11/21/2017 and the next Jackpot is $500,000 for 11/24/2017
FANTASY 5 winning numbers are 6-8-16-23-35 for 11/21/2017
PICK 3 winning numbers are 0-3-8 for Midday 11/21/2017 and 6-5-7 for Evening 11/21/2017
PICK 5 winning numbers are 6-1-2-8-1 for Midday 11/21/2017 and 0-8-8-7-1 for Evening 11/21/2017
MEGA MILLIONS winning numbers are 3-7-22-27-50 MM3 X3 for 11/21/2017 and the next estimated Jackpot is NA for 11/24/2017
PICK 4 winning numbers are 0-6-6-3 for Midday 11/21/2017 and 7-3-0-0 for Evening 11/21/2017
CASH4LIFE winning numbers are 3-4-22-38-59 CB3 for 11/20/2017 and the next Top Prize is $1,000 a Day for Life for 11/23/2017
In 1986, voters authorized a Florida lottery through a constitutional amendment, enacted by a two to one margin that would use its proceeds to enhance public education in Florida. Governor Bob Martinez and the Florida Legislature established the Fla Lottery with the mission of maximizing revenues for education to allow the people of Florida to benefit from significant additional monies while providing the best lottery games available. Over the 27 year history of the Florida Lottery, both goals have been accomplished.
Driven by the legislative mandate for tickets to go on sale by January 18, 1988, the Lottery's start up was a year of dynamic activity. Rebecca Paul was hired as the Lottery's first permanent Secretary and on January 12, 1988, produced the Florida Lottery winning numbers six days ahead of schedule.
A $1 Scratch-Off, the Lottery's first game, MILLIONAIRE, exceeded $95 million in sales setting a lottery industry record. MILLIONAIRE was so successful that in just 17 days the Lottery was able to repay the original startup money borrowed from the state's General Revenue Fund of $15.5 million plus interest.