Our 2018 Democratic Candidates

Know your Democratic candidates and VOTE BLUE.

We’ll update this information after the August 28 primary. GO BLUE in 2018!

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Senator Bill Nelson does not have a Democratic opponent, so will not be on the primary ballot. He will need our full support going into the November 6 general election. U.S. Representative (District 1), Governor, Attorney General, Chief Financial Officer, and Commissioner of Agriculture races will be on all Democrats' August 28 primary ballots in Escambia.
 

United States Senator

 

Senator Bill Nelson
(Incumbent)
nelsonforsenate.com

 

 

 

 

 

United States Representative (District 1)

 

Phil Ehr 
ehrforcongress.com

 

 

 

 

 

Jennifer Zimmerman
drzforcongress2018.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Governor of Florida

 

Andrew Gillum
andrewgillum.com   

 

 

 

 

 

Gwen Graham
gwengraham.com

 

 

 

 

 

Jeff Greene
facebook.com/greene4florida

 

 

 

 

 

Chris King
chriskingforflorida.com

 

 

 

 

 

Philip Levine
philiplevine2018.com

 

 

 

 


 

Florida Attorney General

 

Sean Shaw
seanshaw.com

 

 

 

 

 

Ryan Torrens
ryantorrens.com 

 

 

 

 

 

            

Chief Financial Officer

 

Jeremy Ring
jeremyring.com            

 

 

 

 

 

 

Commissioner of Agriculture

 

Michael Christine
Facebook.com/
PutFloridaFirst

 

 

 

 

R.David Walker
walkerforflorida.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

State Representative (District 1) Democratic candidates will be on primary ballots for Democrats registered to vote in the State’s District 1.
 

State Representative (District 1)

Vikki Garrett  
ElectVikkiGarrett.com            

Franscine Mathis  
Facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009023184172

 

Scott Trotter, candidate for County Commissioner District 2, and Gloria Horning, candidate for ECUA District 2, do not have Democratic opponents so will not be on primary ballots. They will be on November 8 general election ballots for those registered to vote in Escambia County District 2.
 

County Commissioner (District 2)

Scott Trotter 
Facebook.com/TROTTER4D2
 

ECUA (District 2)

Gloria Horning
Facebook.com/Dr-Gloria-Horning-Democratic-4-ECUA-District-2-1675703562468384

 

NONPARTISAN RACES


City of Pensacola , Escambia County School Board, and Judicial races will be on August 28 primary ballots. Escambia Soil & Water District races will be on November 6 general election ballots.


The Mayor's race will be on primary ballots for those registered to vote in the City of Pensacola.


Pensacola Mayor

Lawrence Powell
Facebook.com/PowellforMayor


Ann Hill will be on all primary ballots for those registered to vote in the City of Pensacola District 6.


Pensacola City Council (District 6)

Ann Hill
Facebook.com/HillForD6

 

School Board races will be on the August 28 primary election ballots for those registered to vote in the particular Escambia district. 
 

School Board (District 1)

Marjorie White
Facebook.com/marjorier.white.737

 

School Board (District 2)

Ray Guillory
www.rayguillory.com

 

School Board (District 3)

Laura Edler
Facebook.com/LAURA-EDLER-for-ECSD-School-Board-District-3-236489703615242

Larry Williams, Sr.
www.electlarrywilliams.com

 

The County Judge (Group 2) seat will be on August 28 primary election ballots for those registered to vote throughout Escambia. Democrat Joyce Williams needs our support.
 

County Judge (Group 2)

Joyce Williams (incumbent)

 

Escambia Soil & Water Conservation Groups 2 and 4 will be on November 6 general election ballots for those registered to vote throughout Escambia. Groups 2 and 4 have the following Democratic candidates.
 

Escambia Soil & Water Conservation District, Group 2

William Watkins
 

Escambia Soil & Water Conservation District, Group 4

Keith Washington

Zackery Gossett

 

Updated on July 30, 2018

 

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The qualfying period has ended for the 2018 election. We now must support our Democratic candidate and get out the vote on November 6, 2018. Look to 2020 for your opportunity to run.