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The 2018 U.S. House of Representatives elections in Florida will take place on November 6, 2018. Voters will elect 27 candidates to serve in the U.S. House, one from each of the state's 27 congressional districts. Heading into the November 6 election, the Republican Party holds 16 of the 27 congressional seats from Florida.

Candidate Filing Deadline       Primary Election         General Election

May 4, 2018                              August 28, 2018          November 6, 2018

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District 6 - 

Nancy Soderburg - I am running to fight for us — the people of Florida. Good jobs that pay a living wage, our children’s education, and a secure retirement. It’s time for your voice to be heard in Washington.

Other candidates

Michael Waltz (REP)

District  7  - Incumbent Stephanie Murphy  (D)

Stephanie Murphy - U.S. Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy proudly represents central Florida in the U.S. House of Representatives. She is a former educator, businesswoman, and national security specialist.

Congresswoman Murphy is working to create jobs, strengthen our Armed Forces, and take care of our veterans as a member of the powerful House Armed Services Committee. She is also vigorously promoting central Florida entrepreneurs and small businesses as a member of the House Small Business Committee.


Mike Miller - State Rep. (REP)

District 8 – Incumbent – Bill Posey (R)

Sanjay Patel - As your Congressman, I will work to build prosperity for Florida’s families, guarantee healthcare for all Americans, protect our land, air and our water, and reform our immigration policy to reflect America’s deepest values.


Bill Posey - Incumbent

District 9 ·   Incumbent   Darren Soto (D)

Darren Soto – While serving in the Florida Legislature for the past eight years, Darren worked to bring high-paying, high tech jobs to Central Florida; protect our clean air, land, and water; expand and protect health care; help families facing foreclosure; and improve education.


Wayne Liebnitzky

District 10 – Incumbent   Val Demmings (D)

Val Demings – Our current leadership in Washington is not willing to make sacrifices like my parents to ensure everyone has the same chance I did. With my experience and background I can bring change to Washington to better our country and create opportunities for the next generation.

District 11 – Incumbent  Daniel Webster (R)

Dana Cottrell   - It has always been her dream to help others and make the world a better place for all. She has worked toward this goal through her teaching career, and now, she hopes to continue by serving the constituents of District 11. 

Dana Cottrell, a wife, a mom, a teacher, a woman, an American.

Daniel Webster (REP)- Incumbent

Luis Saldana (WRI)

District 12 -  Incumbent Gus Bilirakis (R)

Chris Hunter – American service is an enduring promise that crosses generations, connects us to one another, and inspires hope. Then we serve our country and one another, we put our shared American values into action.


Gus M. Bilirakis - Incumbent

District 15  Incumbent - Dennis Ross  (R)

Kristin Carlson - I’ve spent my life working to solve problems like these, but it seems like no one in Washington is focused on results. Too many members of Congress are putting partisan politics ahead of what’s best for our country. And our President is making it worse by using fear and hatred to divide us.

Spano, Ross (REP)

Bynzar, Alek (WRI)

Johnson, Dave (WRI)

Rabinowitz, Jeffrey G. (WRI)