Elections to the United States House of Representatives in Florida were held November 6, 1888 for the 51st Congress. These elections were held concurrently with the 1888 Presidential election and election for governor.
Both of Florida's seats to the United States House of Representatives
Florida was represented by two Representatives from 1872 through 1900. Since 1884, both Representatives had been Democrats, with the Republicans in permanent minority status, which would not end until 1954.
Incumbent Charles Dougherty of the 2nd district did not run for re-election.
|1st||Robert H. M. Davidson (I)||19,824||67.1%||H. R. Benjamin||9,717||32.9%|
|2nd||Robert Bullock||20,012||53.5%||Frederick S. Goodrich||17,417||46.5%|