Elections to the United States House of Representatives in Florida were held November 3, 1896 for two seats in the 55th Congress. These elections were held at the same time as the 1896 Presidential election and the election for Governor.
Both of Florida's seats to the United States House of Representatives
The previous two elections had involved only the Democratic and People's Parties. The Republicans returned to Floridian congressional elections in this race, as did the Prohibition Party, which had last run a candidate for Congress in Florida in 1886.
|1st||Stephen M. Sparkman (I)||14,823||77.5%||E. K. Nichols||2,797||14.6%||J. Asakiah Williams||1,308||6.8%||J. C. Green||201||1.1%|
|2nd||Robert Wyche Davis||14,376||61.9%||Daniel G. Ambler||1,156||5.0%||Joseph N. Stripling||6,634||28.6%||William R. Peterson||855||3.7%||M. E. Spencer||195||0.8%|