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The 2016 were held on Tuesday, March 15th, 2016
The will be held on Tuesday November 8th, 2016.
   
 
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  2016 Democratic Presidential Primary Results
100.00% reporting in Florida | 246 Delegates

  Winner Hillary Clinton
Former U.S. Secretary of State, U.S. Senator and First Lady
Clinton profile & issues  Campaign website      

1,097,400
64.44
136
 votes
 %
 delegates
   Bernie Sanders
Junior U.S. Senator from Vermont and Former Mayor of Burlington
Withdrawn Democratic Candidate
Sanders profile & issues 

566,603
33.27
67
 votes
 %
 delegates
38,875
2.28
 votes
 %

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  2016 Republican Presidential Primary Results
100.00% reporting in Florida | 99 Delegates | Winner-takes-all

  Winner Donald Trump
Businessman, television personality and author
Trump profile & issues  Campaign website      

1,077,221
45.74
99
 votes
 %
 delegates
   Marco Rubio
U.S. Senator from Florida
Withdrawn Republican Candidate
Rubio profile & issues 

636,653
27.03
0
 votes
 %
 delegates
   Ted Cruz
U.S. Senator from Texas
Withdrawn Republican Candidate
Cruz profile & issues 

403,640
17.14
0
 votes
 %
 delegates
   John Kasich
Governor of Ohio
Withdrawn Republican Candidate
Kasich profile & issues 

159,412
6.77
0
 votes
 %
 delegates
78,257
3.32
 votes
 %

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Governor of Florida
The current Governor of Florida is Republican Rick Scott.
He was sworn into the Office of Governor on January 4th, 2011.
Rick Scott is 63 years old and serving his second elected term as Governor.
His Florida Gubernatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 6th, 2018.
Rick Scott is not eligible for re-election in 2018 due to state term restrictions.
Governor Rick Scott official gubernatorial website
Governor Rick Scott official Facebook page
Governor Rick Scott official Twitter account





Senior U.S. Senator from Florida
The current Senior U.S. Senator from Florida is Democrat Bill Nelson.
He was sworn into the Office of U.S. Senator on January 3rd, 2001.
Bill Nelson is 74 years old and serving his third elected term as U.S. Senator.
His Florida senatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 6th, 2018.
Bill Nelson is eligible for re-election in 2018 and has announced his candidacy.
Senator Bill Nelson official senatorial website
Senator Bill Nelson official Facebook page
Senator Bill Nelson Twitter page



Junior U.S. Senator from Florida
The current Junior U.S. Senator from Florida is Republican Marco Rubio.
He was sworn into the Office of U.S. Senator on January 3rd, 2011.
Marco Rubio is 45 years old and serving his first elected term as U.S. Senator.
Marco Rubio is eligible for re-election in 2016, but has announced he will not run.
Marco Rubio declared his candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination
Senator Marco Rubio official senatorial website
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 2016 Florida U.S. Senate Elections 
  2016 Democratic Primary Candidates
  Richard M. Coleman
Declared Democratic Candidate

  Sam Brian Gibbons
Declared Democratic Candidate

  Alan Grayson
U.S. Representative from Florida
Declared Democratic Candidate
Grayson campaign website      
  Lateresa Ann Jones
Former Independent candidate for Lieutenant Governor
Declared Democratic Candidate
Jones campaign website    
  Pam Keith
Veteran, mentor and legal counselor
Declared Democratic Candidate
Keith campaign website      
  Josh Larose
Political scientist and economist
Declared Democratic Candidate
Larose campaign website  
  Patrick Murphy
U.S. Representative from Florida
Declared Democratic Candidate
Murphy campaign website      
  2016 Republican Primary Candidates
  D.J. DeRenzo
Declared Republican Candidate

  Ron DeSantis
U.S. Representative from Florida
Declared Republican Candidate
DeSantis campaign website      
  M. Elisabeth Godwin
Declared Republican Candidate
Godwin campaign website      
  David Jolly
U.S. Representative from Florida
Declared Republican Candidate
Jolly campaign website      
  Ilya Katz
Professor of political studies, author and political refugee of the Soviet Union
Declared Republican Candidate
Katz campaign website    
  Carlos López-Cantera
Lieutenant Governor of Florida
Declared Republican Candidate

  Ernesto J. Rivera
Declared Republican Candidate

  Paul Vincent Showen
USAF Veteran and Contractor
Declared Republican Candidate

  Joseph "Joe" Smith
Declared Republican Candidate

  Todd Wilcox
Combat veteran, former CIA case officer and a successful businessman
Declared Republican Candidate
Wilcox campaign website      
  Marco Rubio
Current U.S. Senator from Florida
Withdrawn Republican Candidate

  2016 Third Party or Independent Candidates
  Herman Giger
Veteran and Pilot
Declared Independent Candidate
Giger campaign website    
  Sean Patrick Guthrie
Declared Independent Candidate
Guthrie campaign website    
  Augustus Invictus
Attorney and community leader
Declared Libertarian Candidate
Invictus campaign website      
  Howard Knepper
Real Estate Developer and Court Guardian Ad Litem for Children
Declared Independent Candidate
  
  Steven Machat
Deal maker, social activist and avid historian
Declared Independent Candidate
Machat campaign website      
  Bruce Nathan
Declared Independent Candidate
Nathan campaign website      
  Walter Osborne
Declared Independent Candidate
Osborne campaign website  
  Roger Stone
political strategist and consultant
Declared Libertarian Candidate
Stone campaign website      
  Paiboon Sunthonchart Jr.
Declared Write-in Candidate
  
  Charles Frederick Tolbert
Minister, author and founder of Citizens for a Better America, Inc.
Declared Independent Candidate
Tolbert campaign website    




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