Who will replace Gov. Jeb Bush is the question that dominates this election season in Florida.
The gubernatorial race and the contest for the U.S. Senate are the highlights of the Nov. 7 midterm election. We have prepared this Know Your Candidates section to help voters with their choices. It includes stories about each race and short biographies of the candidates, as well as descriptions of the offices they are seeking. Information about polling places and sample ballots is also included.
We have chosen to publish this year’s Know Your Candidates section earlier than we have in years past because of the advent of early voting. In Florida, voters are now able to cast ballots over 15 days leading up to Election Day at the main and branch offices of the county Supervisor of Elections Office. Other locations may be designated for early voting by local officials.
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