CENTRAL FLORIDA — Florida's big midterm races are getting national attention during the 2018 election season.
No matter where you live, Florida voters will decide three major categories: Florida governor, U.S. Senator, and U.S. House Representative.
Here is a guide to all of the major races:
Incumbent democratic Sen. Bill Nelson is being challenged by republican Florida Gov. Rick Scott. Primary voters will not cast a ballot in this race for the Aug. 28 primary because each major party has only one candidate.
Voters will decide on this race on Election Day, Nov. 6.
With Gov. Rick Scott leaving office because of a two-term limit, both parties are vying for the state's top executive office.
- Don Baldauf
- U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis
- Timothy Devine
- Bob Langford
- John Joseph Mercadante
- Bruce Nathan
- Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam
- Republican Liberty Caucus chairman Bob White
- Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum
- Former U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham
- Jeff Greene
- Chris King
- Miami Beach mayor Philip Levine
- Alex "Lundy" Lundmark
- John Wetherbee
Voters registered as republicans or democrats will choose a candidate for their respective party in the primary Tues., Aug. 28.
All 27 of Florida’s congressional districts are up for grabs. The republican party currently holds 16 of the 27 congressional seats.
U.S. House races impacting Central Florida:
- Current U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis is running for governor and is not eligible to run for another term in congress. The republicans vying to replace him are former State Rep. Fred Costello, Michael Waltz and John Ward. The democrats running are Stephen Sevigny, Nancy Soderberg and John Upchurch.
- 6th Congressional district map:
- Current republican U.S. Rep. Dennis Ross will retire from Congress after eight years. Running to replace him are republicans Neil Combee, Sean Harper, Danny Kushmer, Curt Rogers, Ed Shoemaker and State Rep. Ross Spano. Democratic candidates are Kristen Carlson, Andrew Learned and Raymond Pena, Jr.
- 15th Congressional District map:
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