|Elections in Florida|
The 1934 United States Senate election in Florida was held on November 6, 1934.
Incumbent Senator Park Trammell ran for a fourth term in office. Trammell failed to achieve a majority in the June 5 primary election, but he narrowly defeated Claude Pepper in a run-off on June 26. Trammell won the November general election without an opponent.
|Democratic||Park Trammell (incumbent)||81,321||38.02%|
|Democratic||Charles A. Mitchell||30,455||14.24%|
|Democratic||James F. Sikes||14,558||6.81%|
|Democratic||Hortense K. Wells||8,167||3.82%|
|Democratic||Park Trammell (incumbent)||103,028||51.00%|
|Democratic||Park Trammell (incumbent)||131,780||100.00%||21.47|
Senator Trammell died during his fourth term in 1936.
Pepper ran for Florida's other Senate seat in 1936 and won without an opponent.