U.S. Congress (Total Seats: 2 U.S. Senators, 27 U.S. Representatives)

Paula F. Hawkins (R)1 U.S. Senator 1981-1987

Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D) U.S. Representative 2019-present Donna Shalala (D) U.S. Representative 2019-present Val Demings (D) U.S. Representative 2017-present Stephanie Murphy (D) U.S. Representative 2017-present Lois J. Frankel (D) U.S. Representative 2013-present Frederica Wilson (D) U.S. Representative 2011-present Kathy Castor (D) U.S. Representative 2007-present Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) U.S. Representative 2005-present Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R)2 U.S. Representative 1989-2019 Gwen Graham (D) U.S. Representative 2015-2017 Corrine Brown (D) U.S. Representative 1993-2017 Sandra "Sandy" Adams (R) U.S. Representative 2011-2013 Suzanne Kosmas (D) U.S. Representative 2009-2011 Ginny Brown-Waite (R) U.S. Representative 2003-2011 Katherine Harris (R) U.S. Representative 2003-2007 Karen Thurman (D) U.S. Representative 1993-2003 Carrie Meek (D) U.S. Representative 1993-2003 Tillie Fowler (R) U.S. Representative 1993-2001  Ruth Bryan Owen (D) U.S. Representative 1929-1933

  1. Hawkins won a general election and was then appointed to complete her predecessor's term when he resigned before the term ended.

  2. Ros-Lehtinen initially won a special election to fill a vacancy and was subsequently re-elected. She is the first Cuban-American elected to Congress and the first Hispanic woman to serve there.



Statewide Elective Executives (Total Positions: 5)

Ashley Moody (R) Attorney General 2019-present Jeanette Nunez (R) Lieutenant Governor 2019-present Nicole Fried (D) Agriculture Commissioner 2019-present Pam Bondi (R) Attorney General 2011-2019 Jennifer Carroll (R) Lieutenant Governor 2011-2013 Alex Sink (D) Chief Financial Officer 2007-2011 Toni Jennings (R) Lieutenant Governor 2003-2007 Katherine Harris (R) Secretary of State 1999-2003 Sandra B. Mortham (R) Secretary of State 1995-1999 Betty Castor (D) Comm. of Education 1987-1993 Paula F. Hawkins (R)1 Public Service Commissioner 1973-1979 Mamie Eaton Greene (D)2 Railroad Comm. 1927-1934

  1. Hawkins resigned in March 1979.

  2. Greene was initially appointed to fill a vacancy caused by the death of her husband; she was subsequently elected.


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