The Lieutenant Governor of Florida is a statewide elected office in the government of the U.S. state of Florida. According to the Florida Constitution, the lieutenant governor is elected to a four-year term congruent with that of the Governor of Florida, and succeeds to the office of governor if it becomes vacant. The incumbent is Carlos López-Cantera, who was appointed to the office by Gov. Rick Scott to succeed Jennifer Carroll, who resigned.

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  • The Lieutenant Governor of Florida is a statewide elected office in the government of the U.S. state of Florida. According to the Florida Constitution, the lieutenant governor is elected to a four-year term congruent with that of the Governor of Florida, and succeeds to the office of governor if it becomes vacant. The incumbent is Carlos López-Cantera, who was appointed to the office by Gov. Rick Scott to succeed Jennifer Carroll, who resigned. (en)
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  • The Lieutenant Governor of Florida is a statewide elected office in the government of the U.S. state of Florida. According to the Florida Constitution, the lieutenant governor is elected to a four-year term congruent with that of the Governor of Florida, and succeeds to the office of governor if it becomes vacant. The incumbent is Carlos López-Cantera, who was appointed to the office by Gov. Rick Scott to succeed Jennifer Carroll, who resigned. (en)
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  • Lieutenant Governor of Florida (en)
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