As of August 2015, Florida has 27 congressional districts, meaning that, in addition to the state's two senators, 27 representatives from Florida serve in Congress. There are currently 435 total congressional districts i... More »

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To determine your state congressional district, type your full address in the Enter Your Address box on the main page at OpenStates.org. Alternatively, click on State Legislature Websites beneath the Resources tab near t... More »

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Congressional districts are redrawn every 10 years following the national census. The process of redrawing Congressional districts is called redistricting. The U.S. Constitution actually requires a census every 10 years ... More »

As of 2015, Florida is not a community property state. In community property states, any money earned during a marriage or property paid for by those earnings is considered to be owned equally by both spouses. In common ... More »

Florida has a subtropical climate throughout most of the state, with just the southernmost tip of the state experiencing a more tropical climate. Summers are generally hot and humid, and winters are usually mild. More »

Florida has the fourth largest population of any U.S. state – as of 2011, Florida was home to about 19 million people. Jacksonville is the most populous city, followed by Miami, Tampa and St. Petersburg. As of 2014, Flor... More »

Some interesting Florida facts for kids include information on state symbols, facts about the capital and a bit of Florida history. State symbols include the flag, adopted in 1900, which is white with a red "X" running f... More »

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