ⓘ 1914 United States House of Representatives elections in Florida

                                     

ⓘ 1914 United States House of Representatives elections in Florida

In 1912, Florida gained a fourth seat following reapportionment after the 1910 census. For that year, the fourth seat was elected at-large, but by 1914, the state had been redistricted to add a 4th district. The previous year had seen an unusual 5-way race in one district and the at-large seat and a 4-way race in the other two districts. In 1914, in contrast, there was little opposition in the general election

                                     
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