1902 United States House of Representatives elections in Florida
All 3 Florida seats to the United States House of Representatives
Since 1872, Florida had been apportioned 2 seats in the House of Representatives. After the 1900 census, Florida was apportioned a third Representative. Going into the 1902 elections, Florida was represented by two Democrats, one who'd been elected in 1894, and the second in 1896. Both incumbents ran for re-election, while the new 3rd district was an open seat.
All three seats were uncontested in the general election
|1st||Stephen M. Sparkman (I)||5,987||100.0%|
|2nd||Robert Wyche Davis (I)||6,488||100.0%|
|3rd||William B. Lamar||4,249||100.0%|