1894 United States House of Representatives elections in Florida
Both of Florida's seats to the United States House of Representatives
|Elections in Florida|
In the previous election, the Republican Party had not run any candidates in Florida, with the Democratic Party having been dominant in the state since 1884. A new party, the People's Party, also known as Populist Party, ran its first candidate that year as the only opposition to the Democrats. The Populists would continue to be the only opposition party to the Democrats in Florida's congressional elections in 1894 as well.
Stephen Mallory, Jr. did not seek renomination in the 1st district.
|1st||Stephen M. Sparkman||12,397||85.3%||D. L. McKinnon||2,135||14.7%|
|2nd||Charles Merian Cooper (I)||9,229||79.8%||Montholom Atkinson||2,334||20.2%|