The Florida gubernatorial election of 1986 took place alongside the midterm congressional elections. The Democratic Party won many victories across the country (including retaking United States Senate). However, in Florida, where Democrats gained Senate seat from Republicans, they lost the Governorship for the just second time since Reconstruction. The primaries took place on September 2, the runoffs on September 30 and the general election on November 4

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  • The Florida gubernatorial election of 1986 took place alongside the midterm congressional elections. The Democratic Party won many victories across the country (including retaking United States Senate). However, in Florida, where Democrats gained Senate seat from Republicans, they lost the Governorship for the just second time since Reconstruction. The primaries took place on September 2, the runoffs on September 30 and the general election on November 4 (en)
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  • The Florida gubernatorial election of 1986 took place alongside the midterm congressional elections. The Democratic Party won many victories across the country (including retaking United States Senate). However, in Florida, where Democrats gained Senate seat from Republicans, they lost the Governorship for the just second time since Reconstruction. The primaries took place on September 2, the runoffs on September 30 and the general election on November 4 (en)
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