ACTIVE REGISTERED VOTERS as of 08/01/2014
Republicans:
219,648
Democrats:
223,863
Others:
174,742
Total:
618,253

St. Petersburg Primary Election
8/27/2013

Voter Registration Deadline: 7/29/2013
  
Early Voting: The municipality has chosen not to conduct early voting
for this election as provided in Florida Statute 101.657(1)(e).
  
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CANDIDATES

Mayor

Anthony Cates III

Paul Congemi

Kathleen Ford

Bill Foster

Rick Kriseman 

 

Council Member District 4

Richard Eldridge
Carolyn Fries
David McKalip
Darden Rice  
  

Council Member District 6

Trevor L. Mallory 
Karl Nurse
Sharon Russ
  

Council Member District 8

Robert J. Davis
Alex Duensing
Amy Foster
Steve Galvin
   

REFERENDUM QUESTION

An Ordinance Terminating the Michael Maltzan New Pier Design Agreement Based on The Lens Concept

  

Shall an ordinance be added to the City of St. Petersburg’s existing ordinances that would require the City to send a notice of termination, within five business days of the effective date of the ordinance, to Michael Maltzan Architecture, Inc. to terminate the existing architect/engineering agreement between the City of St. Petersburg and Michael Maltzan Architecture, Inc. which agreement was approved by City Council Resolution Number 2012-233 on May 17, 2012?

  
  
  

NOTE: The Mayor's position is at-large.

All registered voters residing in the City of St. Petersburg may vote in the Mayor's race.

Any mayoral candidate who receives a majority of the votes (50% +1) wins.

If no candidate receives a majority of the votes, the names of the two candidates
receiving the most votes will be placed on the
November 5, 2013 General Election ballot to be voted at-large.

  

NOTE: Council Member positions are single-member district.
In the Primary, only voters residing in Districts 4, 6 and 8 may vote
in their respective council district races.

For each council race, the names of the two candidates receiving
the most votes will be placed on the
November 5, 2013 General Election ballot to be voted at-large.