Both of Florida's seats to the United States House of Representatives
|Elections in Florida|
The 1886 United States House of Representatives elections in Florida were held November 2, 1886 for the 50th Congress.
The previous elections had solidified Democratic domination of Florida's congressional delegation. Florida would be represented entirely by Democrats in both houses of Congress until 1954
Both incumbents ran successfully for re-election. This election marked the first appearance of the Prohibition Party in Florida's congressional elections.
|1st||Robert H. M. Davidson (I)||14,493||66.2%||C. B. Pendleton||7,389||33.8%|
|2nd||Charles Dougherty (I)||18,890||53.9%||J. C. Greeley||15,763||44.9%||R. B. Norment||420||1.2%|