The primary election for federal, state and local offices will be held on Aug. 14.
Depending on the race, registered Democrats or Republicans can vote for their party's candidates for U.S.Senate, the state House, sheriff, supervisor of elections and County Commission.
The races for public defender and property appraiser are universal primaries, with all registered voters eligible to vote since only two Republican candidates qualified to run.
All voters may also cast ballots for the nonpartisan School Board races.
Editor's Note: Congressional and legislative districts have shifted significantly this election cycle due to the state's once-a-decade redistricting. To find the districts you are eligible to vote in, visit the supervisor of elections' website.
Explore the new districts and see how they have changed at tampabay.com/redistricting
School board, county judge and mayoral races are non-partisan contests. If no candidate wins more than 50 percent of vote on Aug. 14, the two top vote getters will be on the Nov. 6 ballot.