2020 Florida House Election Interactive Map

All US House seats to be contested in 2020
Florida has 27 congressional districts, currently tied with New York for 3rd most in the country. The delegation is more evenly split, with 14 Republicans and 13 Democrats, after Democrats won two seats in the southern part of the state in 2018.

2020 will be the final election with this map, as redistricting will occur in 2021 after the 2020 Census. Florida is expected to gain two additional congressional districts. These will be first contested in the 2022 election.

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District Incumbent Party Since Term Predictions Margin of Victory
Pro Map House(a) President(b)
FL-15 Ross Spano
2019 1st
6.0% 10.0%
Incumbent defeated in Republican primary for 2020 election.
FL-16 Vern Buchanan
2007 7th
9.1% 10.7%
FL-18 Brian Mast
2017 2nd
8.6% 9.2%
FL-26 Debbie Mucarsel-Powell
2019 1st
1.7% 16.3%
FL-27 Donna Shalala
2019 1st
5.9% 19.6%
FL-1 Matt Gaetz
2017 2nd
34.1% 39.3%
FL-2 Neal Dunn
2017 2nd
34.8% 35.6%
FL-3 Ted Yoho
2013 4th
15.2% 16.0%
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2020.
FL-4 John Rutherford
2017 2nd
32.8% 28.0%
FL-5 Al Lawson
2017 2nd
33.5% 25.4%
FL-6 Michael Waltz
2019 1st
12.6% 17.0%
FL-7 Stephanie Murphy
2017 2nd
15.3% 7.3%
FL-8 Bill Posey
2009 6th
20.9% 20.7%
FL-9 Darren Soto
2017 2nd
16.0% 12.9%
FL-10 Val Demings
2017 2nd
* 26.9%
FL-11 Dan Webster
2017 2nd
30.2% 32.3%
FL-12 Gus Bilirakis
2007 7th
18.4% 18.6%
FL-13 Charlie Crist
2017 2nd
15.2% 3.2%
FL-14 Kathy Castor
2007 7th
* 18.2%
FL-17 Greg Steube
2019 1st
24.5% 27.2%
FL-19 Francis Rooney
2017 2nd
24.5% 22.1%
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2020.
FL-20 Alcee Hastings
1993 14th
* 62.1%
FL-21 Lois Frankel
2013 4th
* 15.8%
FL-22 Ted Deutch
2010 6th
24.0% 19.5%
FL-23 Debbie Wasserman Schultz
2005 8th
22.4% 26.1%
FL-24 Frederica Wilson
2011 5th
* 67.5%
FL-25 Mario Diaz-Balart
2003 9th
20.9% 1.8%

(a)Source: Daily Kos, 270toWin research. The margin is the percentage difference between the top two vote-getters in 2018.
More recent results (i.e., special elections held in 2019-20 for vacancies) are not displayed.
* Race was uncontested | ^Top two vote-getters were from the same party

(b)Source: Daily Kos. The margin is the percentage difference between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.