Who’s on the ballot for U.S. Senate and House races in Central Florida?

ORLANDO, Fla. — Election Day is weeks away, so it’s time to familiarize yourself with who is on the ballot.

Here’s a list of the candidates running for U.S. Senate and House seats representing Central Florida on the Nov. 8 ballot:


U.S. Senate

Marco Rubio (Incumbent) (R)

Val Demings (D)

Dennis Misigoy (Libertarian Party)

Steven B. Grant (No Party Affiliation)

Tuan Nguyen (NPA)

Uloma Ekpete (NPA) (Write-in)

Edward A. Gray (NPA) (Write-in)

Howard Knepper (NPA) (Write-in)

Moses Quiles (NPA) (Write-in)

Read: Florida Senate race: Rubio, Demings debate topics including inflation, abortion and voting rights

U.S. House of Representatives

District 6

Michael Waltz  (Incumbent) (R)

Joe Hannoush  (Libertarian Party)

District 7

Karen Green  (D)

Cory Mills  (R)

Cardon Pompey  (NPA) (Write-in)

Read: Florida Election Day 2022: Critical deadlines you need to know

District 8

Bill Posey (Incumbent) (R)

Joanne Terry  (D)

District 9

Darren Soto (Incumbent) (D)

Scotty Moore  (R)

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District 10

Maxwell Alejandro Frost  (D)

Calvin Wimbish  (R)

Jason Holic  (NPA)

Usha Jain  (NPA)

District 11

Daniel Webster  (Incumbent) (R)

Shante Munns  (D)

Kevin Porter  (NPA)

Read: Florida says more than 600K have already voted by mail in upcoming midterm election

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Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson, WFTV.com

Sarah Wilson joined WFTV Channel 9 in 2018 as a digital producer after working as an award-winning newspaper reporter for nearly a decade in various communities across Central Florida.