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Posted on: July 26, 2018

What You Need to Know About the August 28 Special Election

Special Election News Flash, feet and chalk spelling out "VOTE"

The City's Special Election for "Mayor and Seat A" is quickly approaching. In our latest podcast, hear from our City Clerk as she walks you through what you need to know about voting in this election.  

1. REGISTER TO VOTE - Are YOU one of the 64,585 Boca Raton registered voters? If not, you'll need to register online or in person by July 30


2. EARLY VOTING for the August 28, 2018 Election begins Monday, August 13 and runs through Sunday, August 26. 
The Downtown Library is an early voting location and is located on the east side of NW 2nd Ave, approximately 1/4 mile north of W Palmetto Park Road. All early voting locations will be open from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM daily.


3. HELP - Would you like to be a Poll Worker? Visit the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections page for more info.


4. VOTE - Want to vote on Election Day? Find your polling location online by visiting Palm Beach County's Precinct Finder


LISTEN to Boca Behind the Scenes with Susan Saxton, City Clerk, and Mary Siddons, Records Manager, as they walk you through the Special Election process and how to become a poll worker.
We'll see you at the polls!



Candidates

Mayor

  • Alfred "Al" Zucaro
  • Scott Singer
  • Bernard Korn

Seat A

  • Andy Thomson
  • Kathryn "Kathy" Cottrell
  • Tamara McKee



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