UPDATE (10:07 p.m.): Matt Gaetz was selected as the U.S. representative candidate for the Republican party. Rebekha Jones was selected as the U.S. representative candidate for the Democratic party.

UPDATE (10:03 p.m.): D.C. Reeves defeated three other candidates in their bid to become Pensacola’s next mayor. Reeves got 51% of the vote, avoiding a runoff.

UPDATE (7:26 p.m.): Rep. Val Demmings announced on Twitter that she won the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate in the primary election.

(UPDATE 7:23 p.m.): Rep. Charlie Crist won the Democratic nomination for governor. Crist will go against Gov. Ron DeSantis this fall in the general election, according to the Associated Press.

(WKRG) — Florida voters head to the polls on Aug. 23 for the 2022 primaries. Among state-wide races, Democrats will decide who faces the well-funded incumbent Gov. Ron DeSantis in November. We’re also tracking local elections, including contests for Pensacola mayor and three contentious Okaloosa County School Board seats.

Four candidates are vying for Pensacola mayor. If none of them can secure an outright win, the top two candidates will head to a runoff in November. Without an incumbent in the race, there is a real chance for a November runoff.

We will continue to update this story as we receive major development in these races.

Florida will hold its 2022 primary election on August 23. You can find all the live results on this page. Quick links for election results:

Key Races: Florida state-wide and congressional races

Pensacola and Escambia County races

Santa Rosa County races

Okaloosa County School Board and County Commission