General election is on November 03, 2020.
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In addition, early voting may be offered at the discretion of the supervisor of elections on the 15th, 14th, 13th, 12th, 11th, or 2nd day before an election that contains state or federal races for at least eight hours per day, but not more than 12 hours per day. Supervisors of Elections designate early voting sites 30 days prior to an election.
President: There is NO candidate running for president in 2018
Senator: The Democratic candidate for the senate is: Bill Nelson – Incumbent
US Congress: The Democratic candidates running for the US House are:
District 1: Jennifer Zimmerman; District 2: Bob Rackleff; District 3: Yvonne Hayes Hinson; District 4: Ges Selmont; District 5: Alfred Lawson (i); District 6: Nancy Soderberg; District 7: Stephanie Murphy (i); District 8: Sanjay Patel; District 9: Darren Soto (i); District 10: Val Demings (i);District 11: Dana Cottrell; District 12: Chris Hunter; District 13: Charlie Crist (i); District 14: Kathy Castor (i); District 15: Kristen Carlson; District 16: David Shapiro; District 17: April Freeman; District 18: Lauren Baer; District 19: David Holden; District 20: Alcee L. Hastings (i); District 21: Lois Frankel (i); District 22: Theodore E. Deutch (i); District 23: Debbie Wasserman Schultz (i); District 24: Frederica S. Wilson (i); District 25: Mary Barzee Flores; District 26:Debbie Mucarsel-Powell; District 27:Donna Shalala.
Executive: Florida will hold executive office primaries and general elections for:
The Democratic candidate running for Governor is: Andrew Gillum;
The Democratic candidate running for Attorney General is Sean Shaw .
A total of 20 seats out of the chamber’s 40 seats are up for election in 2018. Florida state senators serve 2-4-4 terms, where senators serve one two-year term and two four-year terms each decade.
District 2:Mary Jeanne Gibson; District 4:Billee Bussard; District 6:Audrey Gibson (i); District 8:Kayser Enneking; District 10:Michael Cottrell; District 12:Gary McKechnie; District 14:Melissa Martin; District16:Amanda Hickman Murphy; District 18:Janet Cruz; District 20:Kathy Lewis; District 22:Bob Doyel; District 24:Lindsay Cross; District 26:; District 28:Annisa Karim; District 30:Bobby Powell Jr. (i); District 32:;
All 120 seats of the Florida State House are up for election.
Please vote for the Democratic candidate that represents your district.
On the ballot
|LRCA||Amendment 1||Taxes||Increases the amount of a home’s value exempted from property tax|
|LRCA||Amendment 2||Taxes||Makes the cap on nonhomestead parcel assessment increases permanent|
|CICA||Amendment 3||Gambling||Requires voter approval of casino gambling|
|CICA||Amendment 4||Suffrage||Restores the right to vote for most people with prior felony convictions upon completion of their sentences|
|LRCA||Amendment 5||Legislature||Requires 2/3 vote of legislature to impose or increase tax or fee|
|CR||Marsy’s Law, Judicial Retirement Age, and Judicial Interpretation Amendment||Judiciary||Adds a Marsy’s Law to state constitution, increases judicial retirement age to 75, and prohibits judges from deferring to administrative agencies in interpreting law|
|CR||Survivor Benefits, Votes for College Fees, and College System Amendment||Education||Requires death benefits for first responders and military members, a supermajority vote for college fees, and adds state college system structure to constitution|
|CR||School Board Term Limits, Allow State to Operate Non-Board Established Schools, and Civic Literacy Amendment||Education||Establishes school board term limits, allows state to operate non-board established schools, and requires civic literacy in public education|
|CR||Ban Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling and Vaping in Enclosed Indoor Workplaces Amendment||Environment||Bans offshore oil and gas drilling and vaping in enclosed indoor workplaces|
|CR||State and Local Government Structure Amendment||Admin of Gov’t||Prohibits counties from abolishing certain local offices, changes start date of legislative sessions, and adds an executive office and executive department to constitution|
|CR||Repeal Prohibition on Aliens’ Property Ownership, Provision on High-Speed Rail, and Criminal Statutes’ Effect Amendment||Admin of Gov’t||Repeals the following: (a) a prohibition against aliens owning property, (b) a requirement for a high-speed ground transportation system, and (c) a provision saying that changes to a criminal statute are not retroactive|
|CR||Lobbying Restrictions Amendment||Gov’t Acc||Prohibits public officials from lobbying for compensation while in office and six years thereafter|
|CR||Ban on Wagering on Dog Races Amendment||Gambling||Prohibits betting on dog races|
- Hillsborough County, Florida – County commissioner and special district board members
- Miami-Dade County, Florida – County commissioner and special district board members
- Orange County, Florida – County mayor, county commissioner, and special district board members
- Pinellas County, Florida – County commissioner
School Board Elections:
|2018 Florida School Board Elections|
|District||Primary Election||General Election||Runoff Election||Regular term length||Seats up for election||Total board seats||2015-16 enrollment|
|Brevard Public Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||72,704|
|Broward County Public Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||6||9||269,098|
|Collier County Public Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||45,994|
|Duval County Public Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||7||129,192|
|Escambia County School District||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||40,655|
|Hillsborough County Public Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||7||211,923|
|Lake County Schools elections||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||42,462|
|Leon County Schools elections||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||33,736|
|Manatee County School District||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||48,356|
|Marion County Public Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||42,786|
|Miami-Dade County Public Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||4||9||357,579|
|Orange County Public Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||4||8||196,951|
|Pasco County Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||70,566|
|Pinellas County Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||4||7||103,495|
|Polk County Public Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||4||7||101,635|
|Sarasota County Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||42,368|
|School District of Clay County||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||36,638|
|School District of Lee County||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||4||7||91,309|
|School District of Osceola County||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||61,893|
|School District of Palm Beach County||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||4||7||189,322|
|Seminole County Public Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||66,996|
|St. Johns County School District||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||36,593|
|St. Lucie Public Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||40,045|
|Volusia County Schools||8/28/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||62,928|