United States House of Representatives elections in Florida, 2014

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United States House of Representatives elections in Florida, 2014
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All 27 Florida seats to the United States House of Representatives
 
Party Republican Democratic
Last election 17 10

The 2014 United States House of Representatives elections in Florida will be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 to elect the 27 U.S. Representatives from the state of Florida, one from each of the state's 27 congressional districts. The elections will coincide with the elections of other federal and state offices, including Governor of Florida.

District 1[edit]

Republican Jeff Miller has represented the district since 2001. Retired Army officer and 2010 Democratic nominee Jim Bryan is challenging him again as a Democrat.

Republican primary[edit]

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jeff Miller 44,784 75.34%
Republican John E Krause 14,660 24.66%
Totals 59,444 100%

District 2[edit]

Republican Steve Southerland has represented the district since being elected in 2010.

Gwen Graham, a Leon County school administrator and the daughter of Bob Graham, a former United States Senator and Governor of Florida, has announced that she will run against incumbent Republican Congressman Steve Southerland in 2014.[2] The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has announced that they will target the race and provide support to her.[3]

General election[edit]

Polling[edit]

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Steve
Southerland (R)
Gwen
Graham (D)
Other Undecided
National Research Group^ October 1–2, 2014 400 ± 4.9% 45% 39% 16%
Anzalone Liszt Grove* September 21–24, 2014 500 ± 4.4% 45% 48% 7%
Pathfinder Opinion Research August 11–12, 2014 400 ± 4.4% 43% 45% 11%
Pathfinder Opinion Research April 22–24, 2014 500 ± 4.4% 49% 39% 11%
Anzalone Liszt Grove* March 2–6, 2014 500 ± 4.4% 42% 40% 18%
Public Policy Polling October 21–22, 2013 965 ± 3.2% 41% 44% 15%
Clarity Campaign Labs August 27–28, 2013 1,152 ± 2.85% 44% 42% 14%
  • ^ Internal poll for Steve Southerland campaign
  • * Internal poll for Gwen Graham campaign

District 3[edit]

Republican Ted Yoho has represented the district since 2012, defeating Republican incumbent Cliff Stearns in the primary.

Jake Rush, an attorney and former Alachua County Sheriff's deputy is challenging Yoho in the Republican primary. Following the launch of his campaign, he received national media attention related to his involvement with live action role-playing (particularly the supernaturally themed Mind's Eye Theatre) and costuming.[4][5][6]

Middle school art teacher Marihelen Wheeler is challenging Yoho as a democrat.[7]

Republican primary[edit]

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ted Yoho 37,486 79.38%
Republican Jake Rush 9,739 20.62%
Totals 47,225 100%

District 4[edit]

Republican Ander Crenshaw has represented the district since 2000. US Navy veteran Ryman Shoaf challenged Crenshaw in the Republican primary. The Democratic Party did not run a candidate in this race.

Republican primary[edit]

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ander Crenshaw 38,613 70.94%
Republican Ryman Shoaf 15,817 29.06%
Totals 54,430 100%

District 5[edit]

Democrat Corrine Brown has represented the district since being elected in 2012. She previously represented the 3rd district from 1993-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting. Businesswoman Glo Smith, a former staff aide to Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll, is challenging Smith as a Republican.[8]

Republican primary[edit]

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Glo Smith 10,968 62.97%
Republican Thuy (Twee) Lowe 6,451 37.03%
Totals 17,419 100%

District 6[edit]

Republican Ron DeSantis has represented the district since being elected in 2012. David Cox, Director of Resrouces at Bethune-Cookman University, is challenging DeSantis as a Democrat.[9]

District 7[edit]

Republican John Mica has represented the 7th District, which includes most of Seminole County, the main campus of the University of Central Florida in Orange County, and parts of Deltona in Volusia County, since 1992. In 2012, when Mica ran for re-election in the redrawn district, he won with 59% of the vote, his smallest margin of victory in twenty years. Congressman Mica is running for re-election in 2014, and he is being challenged by Wes Neuman, a Democrat who served as a White House intern and worked as an analyst for LMI.

Polling taken during the 2013 government shutdown showed that Mica was vulnerable to an opponent, with only 33% of the district's voters indicating that they approved of his performance, while 50% disapproved.[10] The early predictions proved to be unfounded, and Mica's popularity rebounded considerably over the summer of 2014. Mica was a heavy favorite to win the GOP primary, and on August 26, trounced his GOP challengers with over 72% of the vote.[11]

On September 25, 2014, after over a month of keeping a low profile, Democratic challenger Wes Neuman announced he "made a mistake" in challenging Mica and would no longer be actively campaigning.[12] Al Krulick will appear on the ballot with no party affiliation.

Republican primary[edit]

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican John Mica 32,084 72.15%
Republican David Smith 8,316 18.7%
Republican Don Oehlrich 2,285 5.14%
Republican Kelly Shirley 1,786 4.02%
Totals 44,471 100%

General election[edit]

Polling[edit]

External links

District 8[edit]

Republican Bill Posey has represented the district since being elected in 2012. He previously represented the 15th district from 2009-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting.

District 9[edit]

Democrat Alan Grayson has represented the district since being elected in 2012. He previously represented the 8th district from 2009-2011, prior to the decennial redistricting. Grayson was challenged in the primary by Democrat Nick Ruiz, a professor from the University of Florida. In 2012, Ruiz ran for the Democratic nomination in FL-07, but lost to Jason Kendall. Ruiz made a somewhat surprising move to FL-09 for 2014,[13] but was defeated handily by Grayson in the primary 74%-26%.

On the Republican side, a three-way primary race was held between Carol Platt, Jorge Bonilla, and businessman Peter Vivaldi. Platt, who is from the Osceola County Realtors Association, received endorsements from Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio, and took 54.4% of the vote. Bonilla, a Navy veteran, finished a distant second, and Vivaldi third.[14]

The general election will pit Grayson against Platt, along with independent Marko Milakovich.

Republican primary[edit]

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Carol Platt 11,542 54.61%
Republican Jorge Bonilla 6,293 29.77%
Republican Peter Vivaldi 3,301 15.62%
Totals 21,136 100%

Democratic primary[edit]

Democratic primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alan Grayson 18,641 74.32%
Democratic Nick Ruiz 6,441 25.68%
Totals 25,082 100%

General election[edit]

Polling[edit]

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Alan
Grayson (D)
Carol
Platt (R)
Marko
Milakovich (I)
Undecided
Data Targeting* October 9–12, 2014 305 ± 5.7% 40% 35% 7% 18%
  • * Internal poll for the Carol Platt campaign

District 10[edit]

Republican Daniel Webster has represented the district since being elected in 2012. He previously represented the 8th district from 2011 to 2013, prior to the decennial redistricting. Val Demings, who was the Democratic nominee in 2012, considered a second run against Webster,[15] but chose to run for Mayor of Orange County, Florida, instead.[16] Ultimately, she pulled out of that race as well.[17] Webster was unopposed in the Republican primary.

On the Democrat side, three candidates faced off in the August 26 primary. The candidates includes former Eustis City Commissioner William Ferree,[18] civil rights lawyer and Trayvon Martin family attorney Shayan Modarres, and former Navy Chief Petty Officer Mike McKenna. McKenna, a Walt Disney World security officer (49.73%) won the Democratic primary, and will face Webster in the November general election.[19] McKenna spent only $5,000 on his primary campaign, a fraction of his two opponents.[20]

In the general election, Webster was a decided favorite, and ran only a few television ads. With very little money in his campaign funds, McKenna ran no ads, instead counting on a grass-roots, "door-to-door" campaign.[21] Webster easily cruised to reelection by a margin of 62% to 38%.[22]

Democratic primary[edit]

Democratic primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Michael McKenna 11,912 49.73%
Democratic Shayan Modarres 7,324 30.58%
Democratic William Ferree 4,718 19.7%
Totals 23,954 100%

District 11[edit]

Republican Rich Nugent has represented the district since being elected in 2012. He previously represented the 5th district from 2011-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting.

District 12[edit]

Republican Gus Bilirakis has represented the district since being elected in 2012. He previously represented the 9th district from 2007-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting.

District 13[edit]

On October 9, 2013, Republican Bill Young, who had held this Tampa Bay-area district since 1971, announced that he would not run for re-election to a twenty-second term in 2014. He died 9 days later and a special election was held, which Republican David Jolly won. Jolly is running for a full term.

Republican primary[edit]

Candidates[edit]

Declared

Democratic primary[edit]

Candidates[edit]

No Democratic candidate filed to run for Congress before the end of the qualifying period. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has announced that it will support Independent candidate Ed Jany.[23] Jany dropped out of the race on May 13, 2014.[24]

Withdrew
Declined

Polling[edit]

Libertarian candidates[edit]

Candidates[edit]

Independent candidates[edit]

Withdrew[edit]

General election[edit]

Candidates[edit]

Polling[edit]

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
David
Jolly (R)
Lucas
Overby (L)
Other Undecided
St. Pete Polls June 4, 2014 1,121 ± 2.9% 47.4% 30.8% 21.8%

District 14[edit]

Democrat Kathy Castor has represented the district since being elected in 2012. She previously represented the 11th district from 2007-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting.

District 15[edit]

Republican Dennis A. Ross has represented the district since being elected in 2012. He previously represented the 12th district from 2011-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting. Alan Cohn, a former investigative reporter, is the Democratic nominee.

Polling[edit]

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Dennis
Ross (R)
Alan
Cohn (D)
Other Undecided
Anzalone Liszt Grove* June 5–8, 2014 400 ± 4.9% 42% 35% 23%
  • * Internal poll for Alan Cohn campaign

District 16[edit]

Republican Vern Buchanan has represented the district since being elected in 2012. He previously represented the 16th district from 2009-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting. 101-year-old Joe Newman is running as a write-in candidate.[39]

District 17[edit]

Republican Tom Rooney has represented the district since being elected in 2012. He previously represented the 13th district from 2007-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting.

District 18[edit]

Democrat Patrick Murphy has represented the district since being elected in 2012, defeating Republican incumbent Allen West. West has said he will not run again.[40] Republican Adam Hasner, the former Majority Leader of the Florida House of Representatives and nominee for the 22nd congressional district in 2012 had considered running but ultimately declined to do so.[41] Republican Juno Beach Councilwoman Ellen Andel, who had declared her candidacy in May 2013, withdrew from the race in February 2014. Despite West's endorsement, she posted poor fundraising numbers and began 2014 with only $5,537 cash-on-hand, to Murphy's $1.8 million.[42][43] Still in the race for the Republican nomination are Jupiter nurse Beverly Hires, former State Representative Carl J. Domino, former Tequesta Councilman Calvin Turnquest, Stuart computer software developer Brian Lara, and former Mayor of Derby, Connecticut, former Connecticut State Representative and nominee for the U.S. Senate from Connecticut in 2006 Alan Schlesinger.[42][44]

Republican primary[edit]

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Carl J. Domino 15,805 38.36%
Republican Alan Schlesinger 9,920 24.08%
Republican Beverly Hires 5,760 13.98%
Republican Brian Lara 5,361 13.01%
Republican Calvin D. Turnquest 2,757 6.69%
Republican Nick Wukoson 1,594 3.87%
Totals 41,197 100%

Polling[edit]

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Patrick
Murphy (D)
Carl J.
Domino (R)
Other Undecided
FrederickPolls August 27–28, 2014 400 ± 4.9% 54% 33% 13%
FrederickPolls October 6–8, 2013 300 ± ? 52% 25% 23%
  • * Internal poll for the Patrick Murphy campaign

District 19[edit]

Republican Trey Radel was elected to represent the 19th district in 2012. He resigned on January 27, 2014, requiring a special election to fill the remainder of his term.[45]

Republican primary[edit]

Candidates[edit]

Declared
  • Paige Kreegel, former State Representative and candidate for the 19th congressional district in 2012[46]
Potential
  • Chauncey Goss, political consultant and candidate for the 19th congressional district in 2012[47]
  • Connie Mack IV, former U.S. Representative and nominee for U.S. Senate in in 2012[47]
Declined

District 20[edit]

Democrat Alcee Hastings has represented the district since being elected in 2012. He previously represented the 13th district from 1993-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting.

Democratic primary[edit]

Democratic primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alcee L. Hastings 29,236 79.20%
Democratic Jean L. Enright 5,256 14.24%
Democratic Jameel McCline 2,424 6.57%
Totals 36,916 100%

District 21[edit]

Democrat Ted Deutch has represented the district since being elected in 2012. He previously represented the 19th district from 2010-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting.

Democratic primary[edit]

Democratic primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ted Deutch 31,080 91.61%
Democratic Emmanuel G. Morel 2,845 8.39%
Totals 33,925 100%

District 22[edit]

Democrat Lois Frankel has represented the district since being elected in 2012.

Republican primary[edit]

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Paul Spain 7,492 42.61%
Republican Andrea Leigh McGee 6,073 34.54%
Republican David Wagie 4,017 22.85%
Totals 17,582 100%

District 23[edit]

Democrat Debbie Wasserman Schultz has represented the district since being elected in 2012. She previously represented the 20th district from 2005-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting.

Republican primary[edit]

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Joseph "Joe" Kaufman 6,299 62.6%
Republican Juan Garcia 3,764 37.4%
Totals 10,063 100%

District 24[edit]

Democrat Frederica Wilson has represented the district since being elected in 2012. She previously represented the 17th district from 2011-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting.

Democratic primary[edit]

Democratic primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Frederica S. Wilson 35,456 80.43%
Democratic Michael A. Etienne 8,628 19.57%
Totals 44,084 100%

District 25[edit]

Republican Mario Diaz-Balart has represented the district since 2012. He previously represented the 21st district from 2011-2013, as well as a different version of the 25th from 2003-2011, prior to the decennial redistricting.

District 26[edit]

Democrat Joe García has represented the 26th district since being elected in 2012.

Republican primary[edit]

Candidates[edit]

Declared
Declined

Results[edit]

Republican primary results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Carlos Curbelo 13,861 47.01%
Republican Ed MacDougall 7,455 25.28%
Republican Joe A. Martinez 5,136 17.42%
Republican David Rivera 2,209 7.49%
Republican Lorenzo Palomares Starbuck 824 2.79%
Totals 29,485 100%

General election[edit]

Polling[edit]

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Joe
García (D)
Carlos
Curbelo (R)
Other Undecided
Saint Leo University October 2014 400 ± 4.5% 42% 46% 12%
DCCC September 28–October 1, 2014 400 ± 4.8% 45% 40% 15%
McLaughlin* September 9–11, 2014 400 ± 4.9% 40% 44% 16%
  • * Internal poll for the Carlos Curbelo campaign

District 27[edit]

Republican Ileana Ros-Lehtinen has represented the district since being elected in 2012. She previously represented the 18th district from 1989-2013, prior to the decennial redistricting.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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