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Florida Commissioner of Agriculture election, 2018
and could not seek re-election to a third consecutive term. Democrat Nikki Fried faced off against Republican Matt Caldwell. Matt Caldwell, state representative

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Florida Commissioner of Agriculture election, 2018 ← 2014 November 6, 2018 2022 →   Nominee Matt Caldwell Nikki Fried Party Republican Democratic Incumbent Agriculture
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The 2018 Florida Commissioner of Agriculture election occurred on November 6, 2018, to elect the Florida Commissioner of Agriculture. Incumbent Republican Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam is term-limited and could not seek re-election to a third consecutive term. Democrat Nikki Fried faced off against Republican Matt Caldwell.

Contents
  • 1 Republican primary
    • 1.1 Candidates
      • 1.1.1 Declared
      • 1.1.2 Withdrawn
      • 1.1.3 Declined
    • 1.2 Endorsements
    • 1.3 Polling
  • 2 Democratic primary
    • 2.1 Candidates
    • 2.2 Results
      • 2.2.1 Declared
      • 2.2.2 Withdrawn
      • 2.2.3 Declined
    • 2.3 Endorsements
  • 3 General election
    • 3.1 Polling
    • 3.2 Results
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Republican primary Candidates Declared
  • Matt Caldwell, state representative[1]
  • Denise Grimsley, state senator[2]
  • Mike McCalister, retired United States Army colonel, Republican candidate for governor in 2010, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in 2012[3]
  • Baxter Troutman, former state representative[4]
Withdrawn
  • Paul Paulson, businessman, 2015 candidate for Mayor of Orlando[5]
Declined
  • Ben Albritton, state representative[6][7]
  • Halsey Beshears, state representative[8]
  • Lisa Carlton, former state senator[6][9]
  • Steve Crisafulli, former Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives[10][11][12]
  • Greg Steube, state senator[6][13]
Endorsements Matt Caldwell
U.S. Senators
  • Marco Rubio (R-FL)[14]
U.S. Representatives
  • Matt Gaetz, U.S. Representative (FL-01)[15]
  • Francis Rooney, U.S. Representative (FL-19)[16]
State legislators
  • Larry Ahern, state representative (R-Seminole)[17]
  • Bryan Avila, state representative (R-Miami Springs[18]
  • Michael Bileca, state representative (R-Miami)[18]
  • Jeff Brandes, state senator (R-St. Petersburg)[16]
  • Jim Boyd, state representative (R-Bradenton)[17]
  • Danny Burgess, state representative (R-Zephyrhills)[17]
  • Cord Byrd, state representative (R-Neptune Beach)[19]
  • Chuck Clemons, state representative (R-Newberry)[20]
  • Neil Combee, former state representative (R-Polk County)[20]
  • Travis Cummings, state representative (R-Fleming Island)[19]
  • Manny Díaz Jr., state representative (R-Hialeah)[18]
  • Brad Drake, state representative (R-Eucheeanna)[21]
  • Byron Donalds, state representative (R-Naples)[22]
  • Dane Eagle, state representative (R-Cape Coral)[22]
  • Randy Fine, state representative (R-Palm Bay)[16]
  • Jason Fischer, state representative (R-Jacksonville)[19]
  • Heather Fitzenhagen, state representative (R-Fort Myers)[22]
  • Julio Gonzalez, state representative (R-Venice)[17]
  • Joe Gruters, state representative (R-Sarasota)[17]
  • Shawn Harrison, state representative (R-Tampa)[17]
  • Clay Ingram, state representative (R-Pensacola)[21]
  • MaryLynn Magar, state representative (R-Tequesta)[16]
  • Ralph Massullo, state representative (R-Lecanto)[17]
  • Amber Mariano, state representative (R-Hudson)[17]
  • George Moraitis, state representative[18]
  • Jeanette Núñez, state representative (R-Miami)[18]
  • José R. Oliva, state representative (R-Miami Lakes)[18]
  • Bobby Payne, state representative (R-Palatka)[19]
  • Mel Ponder, state representative (R-Destin)[21]
  • Dan Raulerson, former state representative (R-Plant City)[20]
  • Paul Renner, state representative (R-Palm Coast)[19]
  • Ray Rodrigues, state representative (R-Estero)[22]
  • Bob Rommel, state representative (R-Naples)[22]
  • Jimmie Todd Smith, former state representative (R-Inverness)[17]
  • Ross Spano, state representative (R-Dover)[17]
  • Cyndi Stevenson, state representative (R-St. Johns)[19]
  • Jennifer Sullivan, state representative (R-Mount Dora)[20]
  • Jackie Toledo, state representative (R-Tampa)[17]
  • Carlos Trujillo, state representative (R-Miami)[18]
  • Jay Trumbull, state representative (R-Panama City)[21]
  • Jayer Williamson, state representative (R-Pace)[21]
  • Frank White, state representative (R-Pensacola)[21]
  • Clay Yarborough, state representative (R-Jacksonville)[19]
Mayors and other municipal leaders
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  • Paul Alfrey, Melbourne City Councilman[16]
  • Brian Anderson, Palm Bay Councilman[16]
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  • Harry Bell, Holmes County Tax Collector[24]
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Denise Grimsley
Statewide officials
State legislators
  • Bill Galvano, state senator (R-Bradenton), President-designate of the Florida Senate[30]
  • Wilton Simpson, state senator (R-Trilby)[30]
Mayors and other municipal leaders
  • Mike Chitwood, Volusia County Sheriff[31]
  • Darryl Daniels, Clay County Sheriff[31]
  • Sadie Darnell, Alachua County Sheriff[32]
  • Gator DeLoach, Putnam County Sheriff[33]
  • Peyton Grinnell, Lake County Sheriff[34]
  • David Hardin, Glades County Sheriff[35]
  • Mike Harrison, Gulf County Sheriff[31]
  • Mark Hunter, Columbia County Sheriff[33]
  • Arnold Lanier, Hardee County Sheriff[33]
  • Bill Leeper, Nassau County Sheriff[33]
  • Bobby McCallum, Levy County Sheriff[31]
  • Mac McNeill, Jefferson County Sheriff[34]
  • Jared Miller, Wakulla County Sheriff[33]
  • Wayne Padgett, Taylor County Sheriff[33]
  • Mike Prendergast, Citrus County Sheriff[36]
  • James Potter, DeSoto County Sheriff[34]
  • Bill Prummell, Charlotte County Sheriff[33]
  • Scotty Rhoden, Baker County Sheriff[33]
  • Robert Schultz, Gilchrist County Sheriff[32]
  • Gordon Smith, Bradford County Sheriff[33]
  • William Snyder, Martin County Sheriff[33]
  • Ben Stewart, Madison County Sheriff[36]
  • Noel Stephen, Okeechobee County Sheriff[36]
  • Sam St. John, Suwannee County Sheriff[34]
  • Eddie Joe White, Liberty County Sheriff[36]
  • Brad Whitehead, Union County Sheriff[35]
  • Billy Woods, Marion County Sheriff[34]
Other individuals
  • Al Cardenas, former chairman of the Republican Party of Florida[37]
  • Leslie Dougher, former chairwoman of the Republican Party of Florida[37]
  • Carole Jean Jordan, former chairwoman of the Republican Party of Florida[37]
Organizations
  • Florida State Fraternal Order of Police[32]
  • Florida Professional Firefighters[38]
Baxter Troutman
Statewide officials
  • Jennifer Carroll, former Lieutenant Governor of Florida[39]
Mayors and other municipal leaders
  • Lenny Curry, Mayor of Jacksonville[40]
Polling Poll source Date(s)
administered Sample
size Margin
of error Matt
Caldwell Denise
Grimsley Mike
McCalister Baxter
Troutman Undecided Gravis Marketing August 21–25, 2018 579 ± 4.1% 18% 17% 13% 19% 33% Gravis Marketing August 21–22, 2018 321 ± 5.5% 20% 15% 13% 18% 34% Democratic primary Candidates Results Democratic primary results[41] Party Candidate Votes % Democratic Nicole "Nikki" Fried 826,009 58.65% Democratic Jeffrey Duane Porter 223,299 15.85% Democratic Roy David Walker 359,081 25.50% Total votes 1,408,389 100.0% Declared
  • Jeff Porter, mayor of Homestead[42]
  • R. David Walker, president of the South Florida Audubon Society[15]
  • Nikki Fried, lobbyist attorney[43]
Withdrawn
  • Michael Christine, University of Miami School of Law student
  • Daniel Sohn, Palm Beach County Soil and Water Conservation District aide[44]
  • Thomas Clayton White Jr., Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University chemistry professor[45]
Declined
  • Katie Edwards-Walpole, state representative[46]
  • Patrick Murphy, former U.S. Congressman, Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate in 2016[47][48]
Endorsements Nikki Fried
Statewide officials
  • Alex Sink, former Chief Financial Officer of Florida, Democratic nominee for Governor in 2010, Democratic nominee for U.S. House in 2014[49]
General election Polling Poll source Date(s)
administered Sample
size Margin of
error Nikki
Fried (D) Matt
Caldwell (R) Undecided University of North Florida October 23–26, 2018 1,046 ± 3.0% 43% 41% 17% Cherry Communications September 19–24, 2018 622 ± 4.4% 42% 37% 17% St. Pete Polls September 5–6, 2018 2,240 ± 2.1% 47% 45% 8% Hypothetical polling
With Grimsley
Poll source Date(s)
administered Sample
size Margin
of error Nikki
Fried (D) Denise
Grimsley (R) Undecided Frederick Polls August 16–20, 2018 500 ± 4.4% 42% 40% 17%
With Troutman
Poll source Date(s)
administered Sample
size Margin
of error Nikki
Fried (D) Baxter
Troutman (R) Undecided Frederick Polls August 16–20, 2018 500 ± 4.4% 43% 39% 17% Results Florida Commissioner of Agriculture election, 2018 Party Candidate Votes % Democratic Nicole "Nikki" Fried Republican Matt Caldwell Total votes See also
  • Florida Commissioner of Agriculture
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External links
Official campaign websites
  • Matt Caldwell (R) for Agriculture Commissioner
  • Nikki Fried (D) for Agriculture Commissioner
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