November 3, 2020 Elections
In Florida we do not have one Election Day, but we do have an Election Season. Election Season has begun! Vote-by-mail is underway, more than 5 million vote-by-mail ballots have been requested this year, potentially putting Florida on pace to nearly double the number of voters to cast their ballots by mail this year.
First you must be Registered to Vote in Florida by next Monday October 5. (Fs.97.055)
You can Register to Vote on line at https://registertovoteflorida.gov/eligibilityreactive or by contacting your county Supervisor of Elections.
People who are registered to Vote in Florida may make changes to a voter’s name, address, and signature (Fs.98.077 and 101.454) and party affiliation for the General Election (Fs.97.1031) on line at https://registertovoteflorida.gov/eligibilityreactive or by contacting your county Supervisor of Elections.
- Have you changed your Address?
- Have you changed your name by marriage or divorce?
- Has your signature changed? If voting my mail, your signature on your ballot envelope MUST match the signature on file at the elections office. Be sure to check it before you vote!
Attached is an explanation of the 3 ways to Vote in Florida. You may copy this Election Season document and distribute it. This document will be updated again next week after the Voter Registration Books have closed for any New voters to register for the November General Election. (97.055)
The next municipal election will be March 9, 2021. The Qualifying Period for the 2021 election begins at Noon on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 and continues through Noon on Tuesday, December 15, 2020.
|Council Member Frank D'Ambra||Seat 1||March 2020-March 2022|
|*Mayor Abby Brennan||Seat 2||March 2019-March 2021|
|Council Member Laurie Brandon||Seat 3||March 2018-March 2022|
|*Vice-Mayor Kyle Stone||Seat 4||March 2019-March 2021|
|Council Member Bruce Prince||Seat 5||March 2020-March 2022|