2020 Federal and State Legislators

FEDERAL AND STATE SENATE AND REPRESENTATIVE races are partisan elections.

Because Florida is a “closed primary" state, a voter must affiliate with a political party in advance of the Primary Election in order to participate in that party's primary. Voters may vote for any candidate, regardless of party, in the General Election.

As candidates file before the Aug. 25, 2020 Primary Election, we'll update our candidates list and profiles. We've included incumbents for the moment, as many will likely run again.

Below are the federal and state seats that represent Monroe County in Washington, DC and Tallahassee, FL. Please click italics for district maps.

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE | Florida District 26 map
STATE SENATOR | District 39 map
STATE REPRESENTATIVE | District 120 map

The State Senate and Representative seats are considered “Open" seats as the current legislators will be termed out for the 2020 election.

Candidates for U.S. and Florida Legislative Seats

U.S. Representative | District 26

Debbie Mucarsel Powell (US Congress)
Debbie Murcasel-Powell (D) (Incumbent)
Jose Peixoto (R)
Irina Vilarino (R)

State Senator | District 39

Angie Chirino (R)
Anna Hochkammer (D)
Ana Maria Rodriguez (R)

State Representative | District 120

Pedro Abel Barrios (R)
James Vernon Mooney Jr (R)
Alexandria Suarez (R)

So You're Thinking About Running . . . A Workshop for Winning Campaigns

Hometown! Key West's Candidate Workshop will be held Saturday, January 11, 2020 at the Marriott Beachside in Key West. This highly acclaimed workshop is for those who are running, considering a run or interested in campaign leadership.

Voter Resource Guide

Hometown's resource guide with links to the Monroe County Supervisor of Elections, provides extensive tools to help you register, get a mail-in ballot, review finance reports and answer your questions.