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Sen. Jennifer Bradley prepares for 2026 re-election bid

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Wilfredo Lee
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AP
Sen. Jennifer Bradley, R- Fleming Island.

After running unopposed this year, Sen. Jennifer Bradley of Fleming Island has taken an initial step toward seeking re-election in 2026.

The Republican senator last month opened a 2026 campaign account in Senate District 6, according to the state Division of Elections website.

Bradley, whose district includes all or parts of seven North Florida counties, is the first Senate candidate to file paperwork to run in 2026.

Meanwhile, nine state House members who are unopposed this year — including Rep. Wyman Duggan, R-Jacksonville — have opened accounts to run in 2024. The others are Rep. Patt Maney, R-Shalimar; Rep. Jason Shoaf, R-Port St. Joe; ; Rep. Tyler Sirois, R-Merritt Island; Rep. Will Robinson, R-Bradenton; Rep. Lauren Melo, R-Naples; Rep. Christine Hunschofsky, D-Parkland; Rep. Felicia Robinson, D-Miami Gardens; and Rep. Tom Fabricio, R-Miramar.

In addition, Republican Adam Anderson, who ran unopposed this year for an open seat in Pinellas County’s House District 57, has filed paperwork to run again in 2024.