2022 Florida Senate election

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All 40 seats in the Florida Senate
21 seats needed for a majority
 
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Leader Debbie Mayfield Lauren Book
Party Republican Democratic
Leader since November 17, 2020 April 28, 2021
Leader's seat 19th - Melbourne 35th - Davie
Last election 24 seats, 49.0% 16 seats, 48.6%
Seats needed Steady Increase 6

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Incumbent Majority Leader

Debbie Mayfield
Republican



The 2022 elections for the Florida Senate will take place on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 to elect state senators from all 40 district. Although on ordinary years, 20 senators are elected at a time on a staggered basis, races following redistricting elect all 40 members to ensure that each member represents an equal number of constitutents.[1] The Republican Party has held a Senate majority since 1995.

Retiring incumbents

Democratic

Republican

Overview

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Party Candidates Votes[a] % Seats
Opposed Unopposed Before Won After +/−
Republican 26 9 24 ≥9
Democratic 26 5 16 ≥5
Green 1 0 0 TBD -
Write-in 4 0 0 TBD -
Total 57 14 100.00 40 40 40 ±0
Source: Florida Division of Elections

Predictions

Source Ranking As of
Sabato's Crystal Ball[3] Likely R May 19, 2022

District 1

District 1

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Nominee Doug Broxson Charlie Nichols
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Doug Broxson
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Doug Broxson, who is running for re-election.

Republican primary

Candidates

Endorsements

Doug Broxson

Results

Republican primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Doug Broxson (incumbent) 54,015 75.6%
Republican John Mills 17,459 24.4%
Total votes 71,434 100%

Democratic nominee

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Doug Broxson (incumbent)
Democratic Charlie Nichols
Total votes 100%

District 2

District 2

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Nominee Jay Trumbull Carolynn Zonia
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

George Gainer
Republican



The incumbent is Republican George Gainer, who is not running for re-election.[2]

Republican primary

Candidates

Endorsements

Jay Trumbull
Statewide politicians
State legislators
Organizations
Declined to endorse
State legislators

Results

Republican primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jay Trumbull 55,198 76.5%
Republican Regina Piazza 16,961 23.5%
Total votes 72,159 100%

Democratic nominee

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jay Trumbull
Democratic Carolynn Zonia
Total votes 100%

District 3

District 3

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Nominee Loranne Ausley Corey Simon
Party Democratic Republican

Incumbent Senator

Loranne Ausley
Democratic



The incumbent is Democrat Loranne Ausley, who is running for re-election.

Democratic nominee

Republican nominee

General election

Endorsements

Loranne Ausley (D)
Corey Simon (R)
Statewide politicians
State legislators
Organizations

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Loranne Ausley (incumbent)
Republican Corey Simon
Total votes 100%

District 4

District 4

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Nominee Clay Yarborough Sharmin Smith
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Aaron Bean
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Aaron Bean, who is term-limited and cannot seek re-election, and is instead running for U.S. House.

Republican nominee

Democratic nominee

General election

Endorsements

Clay Yarborough
Statewide politicians
State legislators
Organizations

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Sharmin Smith
Republican Clay Yarborough
Total votes 100%

District 5

District 5

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Nominee Tracie Davis Binod Kumar
Party Democratic Republican

Incumbent Senator

Audrey Gibson
Democratic



The incumbent is Democrat Audrey Gibson, who is term-limited and cannot seek re-election.

Democratic primary

Candidates

Endorsements

Tracie Davis
Reggie Gaffney
Federal politicians
Declined to endorse
State legislators

Results

Democratic primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tracie Davis 34,075 68.1%
Democratic Reggie Gaffney 15,996 31.9%
Total votes 50,071 100%

Republican nominee

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tracie Davis
Republican Binod Kumar
Independent Patrick Tucker (write-in)
Total votes 100%

District 6

District 6

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Nominee Jennifer Bradley
(Uncontested)
Party Republican

Senator before election

Jennifer Bradley
Republican

Elected Senator

Jennifer Bradley
Republican

The incumbent is Republican Jennifer Bradley. Bradley is running for re-election unopposed, so both the primary and general elections were canceled.[34]

Republican nominee

Endorsements

Jennifer Bradley

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jennifer Bradley (incumbent) Uncontested
Total votes
Republican hold

District 7

District 7

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Nominee Travis Hutson Write-ins
Party Republican Write-in

Incumbent Senator

Travis Hutson
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Travis Hutson, who is running for re-election.

Republican primary

Candidates

Endorsements

Travis Hutson

Results

Republican primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Travis Hutson (incumbent) 40,263 56.1%
Republican Gerry James 31,486 43.9%
Total votes 71,749 100%

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Travis Hutson (incumbent)
Independent Weston Adwell (write-in)
Independent James Higbee (write-in)
Total votes 100%

District 8

District 8

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Nominee Tom Wright Andrea Williams
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Tom Wright
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Tom Wright, who is running for re-election.

Republican nominee

Democratic primary

Candidates

Results

Democratic primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Andrea Williams 31,058 84.7%
Democratic Richard Paul Dembinsky 5,593 15.3%
Total votes 36,651 100%

General election

Endorsements

Tom Wright

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Andrea Williams
Republican Tom Wright (incumbent)
Total votes 100%

District 9

District 9

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Nominee Keith Perry Rodney Long
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Keith Perry
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Keith Perry, who is running for re-election.

Republican nominee

Democratic nominee

General election

Endorsements

Keith Perry

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rodney Long
Republican Keith Perry (incumbent)
Total votes 100%

District 10

District 10

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Nominee Jason Brodeur Joy Goff-Marcil
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Jason Brodeur
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Jason Brodeur, who is running for re-election.

Republican primary

Candidates

Endorsements

Jason Brodeur

Results

Republican primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jason Brodeur 37,512 84.8%
Republican Denali Charres 6,708 15.2%
Total votes 44,220 100%

Democratic nominee

Endorsements

Joy Goff-Marcil

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jason Brodeur (incumbent)
Democratic Joy Goff-Marcil
Total votes 100%

District 11

District 11

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Nominee Blaise Ingoglia Brian Moore
Party Republican Green

Incumbent Senator

Wilton Simpson
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Wilton Simpson, who is term-limited and cannot seek-election, and is instead running for Commissioner of Agriculture.[42]

Republican nominee

Green nominee

General election

Endorsements

Blaise Ingoglia
Federal politicians
Statewide politicians
Organizations

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Blaise Ingoglia
Green Brian Moore
Total votes 100%

District 12

District 12

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Nominee Colleen Burton Veysel Dokur
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Kelli Stargel
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Kelli Stargel, who is term-limited and cannot seek re-election, and instead ran for U.S. House.

Republican nominee

Democratic nominee

General election

Endorsements

Colleen Burton
State legislators
Organizations

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Colleen Burton
Democratic Veysel Dokur
Total votes 100%

District 13

District 13

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Nominee Dennis Baxley Stephanie Dukes
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Dennis Baxley
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Dennis Baxley, who is running for re-election.

Republican nominee

Democratic nominee

General election

Endorsements

Dennis Baxley

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Dennis Baxley (incumbent)
Democratic Stephanie Dukes
Total votes 100%

District 14

District 14

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Nominee Janet Cruz Jay Collins
Party Democratic Republican

Incumbent Senator

Janet Cruz
Democratic



The incumbent is Democrat Janet Cruz, who is running for re-election.

Democratic nominee

Republican nominee

General election

Endorsements

Janet Cruz (D)
Jay Collins (R)

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jay Collins
Democratic Janet Cruz (incumbent)
Total votes 100%

District 15

District 15

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Nominee Geraldine Thompson Kamia Brown
Party Democratic Democratic
Popular vote 29,173 25,641
Percentage 53.2% 46.8%

Senator before election

Randolph Bracy
Democratic

Elected Senator

Geraldine Thompson
Democratic

The incumbent is Democrat Randolph Bracy, who did not seek re-election and instead ran for U.S. House. Because no non-Democrats filed to run, the general election was canceled.

Democratic primary

Candidates

Endorsements

Kamia Brown
State legislators
Local officials
Labor unions
Geraldine Thompson
Labor unions
Newspapers

Polling

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size[b]
Margin
of error
Kamia
Brown
Geraldine
Thompson
Undecided
RMG Research July 6–11, 2022 300 (LV) ± 5.7% 19% 26% 56%

Results

Democratic primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Geraldine Thompson 29,173 53.2%
Democratic Kamia Brown 25,641 46.8%
Total votes 54,814 100%

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Geraldine Thompson Uncontested
Total votes
Democratic hold

District 16

District 16

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Nominee Darryl Rouson Christina Paylan
Party Democratic Republican

Incumbent Senator

Darryl Rouson
Democratic



The incumbent is Democrat Darryl Rouson, who is running for re-election.

Democratic nominee

Republican nominee

General election

Endorsements

Darryl Rouson

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Christina Paylan
Democratic Darryl Rouson (incumbent)
Total votes 100%

District 17

District 17

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Nominee Linda Stewart Steve Dixon
Party Democratic Republican

Incumbent Senator

Linda Stewart
Democratic



The incumbent is Democratic Linda Stewart, who is running for re-election.

Democratic nominee

Republican nominee

General election

Endorsements

Linda Stewart

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Steve Dixon
Democratic Linda Stewart (incumbent)
Total votes 100%

District 18

District 18

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Nominee Nick DiCeglie Eunic Ortiz
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Jeff Brandes
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Jeff Brandes, who is term-limited and cannot seek re-election.

Republican nominee

Democratic nominee

General election

Endorsements

Nick DiCeglie (R)
State legislators
Local politicians
Organizations
Eunic Ortiz (D)

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Nick DiCeglie
Democratic Eunic Ortiz
Total votes 100%

District 19

District 19

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Nominee Debbie Mayfield
(Uncontested)
Party Republican

Senator before election

Debbie Mayfield
Republican

Elected Senator

Debbie Mayfield
Republican

The incumbent is Republican Debbie Mayfield. Mayfield is running for re-election unopposed, so both the primary and general elections were canceled.[67]

Republican nominee

Endorsements

Debbie Mayfield

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Debbie Mayfield (incumbent) Uncontested
Total votes
Republican hold

District 20

District 20

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Nominee Jim Boyd John Houman
Party Republican Republican
Popular vote 76,503 19,168
Percentage 80.0% 20.0%

Senator before election

Jim Boyd
Republican

Elected Senator

Jim Boyd
Republican

The incumbent is Republican Jim Boyd, who is running for re-election. Because no non-Republicans filed to run, the general election was canceled.[68]

Republican primary

Candidates

Endorsements

Jim Boyd

Results

Republican primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jim Boyd (incumbent) 76,503 80.0%
Republican John Houman 19,168 20.0%
Total votes 95,671 100%

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jim Boyd (incumbent) Uncontested
Total votes
Republican hold

District 21

District 21

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Nominee Ed Hooper Amaro Lionheart
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Ed Hooper
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Ed Hooper, who is running for re-election.

Republican nominee

Democratic nominee

General election

Endorsements

Ed Hooper

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ed Hooper (incumbent)
Democratic Amaro Lionheart
Total votes 100%

District 22

District 22

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Nominee Joe Gruters Michael Johnson
Party Republican Republican
Popular vote 85,696 42,435
Percentage 66.9% 33.1%

Senator before election

Joe Gruters
Republican

Elected Senator

Joe Gruters
Republican

The incumbent is Republican Joe Gruters, who is running for re-election. Because no non-Republicans filed to run, the general election was canceled.[71]

Republican primary

Candidates

Endorsements

Joe Gruters

Results

Republican primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Joe Gruters (incumbent) 85,696 66.9%
Republican Michael Johnson 42,435 33.1%
Total votes 128,131 100%

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Joe Gruters (incumbent) Uncontested
Total votes
Republican hold

District 23

District 23

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Nominee Danny Burgess Michael Harvey
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Danny Burgess
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Danny Burgess, who is running for re-election.

Republican nominee

Democratic nominee

General election

Endorsements

Danny Burgess

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Danny Burgess (incumbent)
Democratic Michael Harvey
Total votes 100%

District 24

District 24

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Nominee Bobby Powell Eric Ankner
Party Democratic Republican

Incumbent Senator

Bobby Powell
Democratic



The incumbent is Democrat Bobby Powell, who is running for re-election.

Democratic nominee

Republican nominee

General election

Endorsements

Bobby Powell

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Eric Ankner
Democratic Bobby Powell (incumbent)
Total votes 100%

District 25

District 25

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Nominee Victor Torres Peter Vivaldi
Party Democratic Republican

Incumbent Senator

Victor Torres
Democratic



The incumbent is Democratic Victor Torres, who is running for re-election.

Democratic nominee

Republican nominee

General election

Endorsements

Victor Torres

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Victor Torres (incumbent)
Republican Peter Vivaldi
Total votes 100%

District 26

District 26

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Nominee Lori Berman Steve Byers
Party Democratic Republican

Incumbent Senator

Lori Berman
Democratic



The incumbent is Democrat Lori Berman, who is running for re-election.

Democratic nominee

Republican primary

Candidates

Results

Republican primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Steve Byers 15,784 58.8%
Republican William Wheelen 11,070 41.2%
Total votes 26,854 100%

General election

Endorsements

Lori Berman

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Lori Berman (incumbent)
Republican Steve Byers
Total votes 100%

District 27

District 27

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Nominee Ben Albritton Christopher Proia
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Ben Albritton
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Ben Albritton, who is running for re-election.

Republican nominee

Democratic nominee

General election

Endorsements

Ben Albritton

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ben Albritton (incumbent)
Democratic Christopher Proia
Total votes 100%

District 28

District 28

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Nominee Kathleen Passidomo
(Uncontested)
Party Republican

Senator before election

Kathleen Passidomo
Republican

Elected Senator

Kathleen Passidomo
Republican

The incumbent is Republican Kathleen Passidomo. Passidomo is running for re-election unopposed, so both the primary and general elections were canceled.[79]

Republican nominee

Endorsements

Kathleen Passidomo

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Kathleen Passidomo (incumbent) Uncontested
Total votes
Republican hold

District 29

District 29

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Nominee Erin Grall
(Uncontested)
Party Republican

Senator before election

None

Elected Senator

Erin Grall
Republican

Due to redistricting, this is a new district with no incumbent. Only one candidate filed to run, so both the primary and general elections were canceled.[80]

Republican nominee

Endorsements

Erin Grall
State legislators

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Erin Grall Uncontested
Total votes
Republican hold

District 30

District 30

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Nominee Tina Polsky William Reicherter
Party Democratic Republican

Incumbent Senator

Tina Polsky
Democratic



The incumbent is Democrat Tina Polsky, who is running for re-election.

Democratic nominee

Republican nominee

General election

Endorsements

Tina Polsky

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tina Polsky (incumbent)
Republican William Reicherter
Total votes 100%

District 31

District 31

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Nominee Gayle Harrell
(Uncontested)
Party Republican

Senator before election

Gayle Harrell
Republican

Elected Senator

Gayle Harrell
Republican

The incumbent is Republican Gayle Harrell. Harrell is running for re-election unopposed, so both the primary and general elections were canceled.[79]

Republican nominee

Endorsements

Gayle Harrell

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Gayle Harrell (incumbent) Uncontested
Total votes
Republican hold

District 32

District 32

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Nominee Rosalind Osgood
(Uncontested)
Party Democratic

Senators before election

Lauren Book and Rosalind Osgood
Democratic

Elected Senators

Rosalind Osgood
Democratic

Due to redistricting, this district has two incumbents, Democrats Lauren Book and Rosalind Osgood. Book is running in the 35th district while Osgood is running for re-election in this district unopposed, so both the primary and general elections were canceled.[84]

Democratic nominee

Endorsements

Rosalind Osgood

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rosalind Osgood (incumbent) Uncontested
Total votes
Democratic hold

District 33

District 33

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Nominee Jonathan Martin Richard Valenta (write-in)
Party Republican Independent

Incumbent Senator

Ray Rodrigues
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Ray Rodrigues, who initially ran for re-election but later dropped out of the race.[85]

Republican nominee

Independents

General election

Endorsements

Jonathan Martin
Statewide politicians
State legislators
Organizations

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jonathan Martin
Independent Richard Valenta (write-in)
Total votes 100%

District 34

District 34

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Nominee Shevrin Jones Erhabor Ighodaro Pitchie Escarment
Party Democratic Democratic Democratic
Popular vote 37,640 9,445 8,216
Percentage 68.1% 17.1% 14.9%

Senator before election

Shevrin Jones
Democratic

Elected Senator

Shevrin Jones
Democratic

The incumbent is Democrat Shevrin Jones, who ran for re-election. Because no non-Democrats filed to run, the general election was canceled.[86]

Democratic primary

Candidates

Endorsements

Shevrin Jones

Results

Democratic primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Shevrin Jones (incumbent) 37,640 68.1%
Democratic Erhabor Ighodaro 9,445 17.1%
Democratic Pitchie Escarment 8,216 14.9%
Total votes 55,301 100%

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Shevrin Jones (incumbent) Uncontested
Total votes
Democratic hold

District 35

District 35

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Nominee Lauren Book Barbara Sharief
Party Democratic Democratic
Popular vote 37,953 24,944
Percentage 60.3% 39.7%

Senator before election

None

Elected Senator

Lauren Book
Democratic

Due to redistricting, this is a new district with no incumbent. However, 32nd district incumbent Democrat Lauren Book decided to run here. Because no non-Democrats filed to run, the general election was canceled.[87]

Democratic primary

Candidates

Endorsements

Lauren Book

Polling

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size[b]
Margin
of error
Lauren
Book
Barbara
Sharief
Undecided
SEA Polling & Strategic Design (D)[A] June 29 – July 1, 2022 400 (LV) ± 4.9% 39% 25% 36%

Results

Democratic primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Lauren Book (incumbent) 37,953 60.3%
Democratic Barbara Sharief 24,944 39.7%
Total votes 62,897 100%

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Lauren Book Uncontested
Total votes
Democratic hold

District 36

District 36

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Nominee Ileana Garcia Raquel Pacheco
Party Republican Democratic

Incumbent Senator

Ileana Garcia
Republican



The incumbent is Republican Ileana Garcia, who is running for re-election.

Republican nominee

Democratic nominee

General election

Endorsements

Ileana Garcia (R)
Raquel Pacheco (D)
State legislators
Organizations

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ileana Garcia (incumbent)
Democratic Raquel Pacheco
Total votes 100%

District 37

District 37

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Nominee Jason Pizzo
(Uncontested)
Party Democratic

Senators before election

Gary Farmer and Jason Pizzo
Democratic

Elected Senators

Jason Pizzo
Democratic

Due to redistricting, this district has two incumbents, Democrats Gary Farmer and Jason Pizzo. Farmer is retiring to run for circuit court judge while Pizzo is running for re-election unopposed, so both the primary and general elections were canceled.[84]

Democratic nominee

Endorsements

Jason Pizzo
State legislators
Labor unions
Organizations

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jason Pizzo (incumbent) Uncontested
Total votes
Democratic hold

District 38

District 38

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Nominee Janelle Perez Alexis Calatayud
Party Democratic Republican

Incumbent Senator

Annette Taddeo
Democratic



The incumbent is Democrat Annette Taddeo, who is not running for re-election and is instead running for U.S. House.[95]

Democratic nominee

Republican nominee

General election

Endorsements

Alexis Calatayud (R)
State legislators
Organizations
Janelle Perez (D)

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Alexis Calatayud
Democratic Janelle Perez
Total votes 100%

District 39

District 39

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State Representative Bryan Avila (cropped).jpg
Nominee Bryan Avila
(Uncontested)
Party Republican

Senator before election

Manny Díaz Jr.
Republican

Elected Senator

Bryan Avila
Republican

This seat is currently vacant, as Republican Manny Díaz Jr. resigned after being appointed Florida Commissioner of Education. Only one candidate filed to run, so both the primary and general elections were canceled.[97]

Republican nominee

Endorsements

Bryan Avila

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Bryan Avila Uncontested
Total votes
Republican hold

District 40

District 40

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Bob Rommel and Ana Maria Rodriguez confer on the House floor (cropped).jpg
Nominee Ana Maria Rodriguez
(Uncontested)
Party Republican

Senator before election

Ana Maria Rodriguez
Republican

Elected Senator

Ana Maria Rodriguez
Republican

The incumbent is Republican Ana Maria Rodriguez. Rodriguez is running for re-election unopposed, so both the primary and general elections were canceled.[99]

Republican nominee

Endorsements

Ana Maria Rodriguez

General election

Results

General election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ana Maria Rodriguez (incumbent) Uncontested
Total votes
Republican hold

See also

Notes

  1. ^ In 14 districts, the general election was canceled because one candidate was running unopposed. As a result, these vote totals do not represent how many voters supported each party in the general election.
  2. ^ a b Key:
    A – all adults
    RV – registered voters
    LV – likely voters
    V – unclear
Partisan clients
  1. ^ This poll was sponsored by Book's campaign

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