The process to select and nominate electors who will vote for President and Vice-President on behalf of Florida voters can be found in Chapter 103, Florida Statutes.
Each State is entitled to a number of electors equal to the number of the state's senators and representatives in Congress (Art. II, U.S. Const.). Based on the 2010 Census, Florida is entitled to 29 presidential electors through the 2020 presidential election. In Florida, each presidential candidate or presidential candidate’s political party, whichever is applicable, submits its own slate of electors (For 2016, see links below). Subsequent to the general election, the State certifies the slate of electors of the joint candidates for President and Vice-President who received the highest number of votes in the state.
For further information on how electors cast their votes for President and Vice-President, please refer to the National Archives and Records Administration - U.S. Electoral College webpage.
2016 Florida Presidential Candidates and Electors
|Candidates||Party Affiliation or Write-In||Electors|
|Trump, Donald J. / Pence, Michael R.||Republican Party of Florida|
|Clinton, Hillary Rodham / Kaine, Timothy Michael||Florida Democratic Party|
|Johnson, Gary / Weld, Bill||Libertarian Party of Florida|
|Castle, Darrell L. / Bradley, Scott N.||Constitution Party of Florida|
|Stein, Jill / Baraka, Ajamu||Green Party of Florida|
|De La Fuente, Roque (Rocky) / Steinberg, Michael||Reform Party of Florida|
|Basiago, Andrew D. / Kinnison, Karen D.||Write-in|
|Duncan, Richard / Johnson, Ricky||Write-in|
|Fox, Cherunda / Kushner, Roger||Write-in|
|Gyurko, Zoltan Istvan / Memmel, Lisa M.||Write-in|
|Kotlikoff, Laurence J. / Leamer, Edward E.||Write-in|
|Valdivia, Anthony "Tony" Joseph / Barnere, Aaron Roy||Write-in|