1904 United States House of Representatives elections in Florida
All 3 Florida seats to the United States House of Representatives
In 1902, all three districts were uncontested, with two incumbents being re-elected and one freshman Representative being elected to the newly created 3rd district. In 1904, the Republicans and the Socialists ran against the dominant Democrats in all three districts, without success.
|1st||Stephen M. Sparkman (I)||8,418||75.1%||E. R. Gunby||2,257||20.1%||Z. A. Middlebrooks||530||4.7%|
|2nd||Frank Clark||10,711||77.2%||John M. Cheney||2,767||19.9%||W. B. Wood||404||2.9%|
|3rd||William B. Lamar (I)||6,463||84.3%||L. M. Ware||986||12.9%||George S. Smith||222||2.9%|