2020 Presidential Preference Primary and Municipal Elections
March 17, 2020
Voter Registration Deadline & Deadline to change political party: February 18, 2020
|Ballot Mailing Schedule:
||Military & Overseas Voters: January 31, 2020
||Domestic voters: February 11, 2020
|Request a mail ballot:
||MailBallot@VotePinellas.com / (727) 464-VOTE (8683)
|Deadline to request a ballot to be mailed:
||5:00 p.m. March 7, 2020
||March 7-15, 2020
||Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
||Saturday-Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
|Polling Place List
||Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. on Election Day
|Resource Allocation Report
|Canvassing Board Schedule
|Voter Registration Deadline & Deadline to Change Political Party Affiliation: February 18, 2020
***Florida is a closed primary state***
Only voters who are registered with the Republican Party or Democratic Party
may vote in the Republican or Democratic Primary for President.
Presidential Preference Primary
Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente
Donald J. Trump
Michael R. Bloomberg
Municipal Offices up for Election
Elizabeth "Sea Turtle" Drayer
Councilmember Seat 2
Michael "Mike" Mannino
Eliseo Santana Jr.
Councilmember Seat 3
Robert "Dr. Bob" Cundiff
Scott R. Thomas
Councilmember Ward 1
2 Councilmember Seats
(Vote for up to Two)
Bonnie A. Noble
William J. Rosemiller
John B. Hendricks
Gary L. Hughes
Commisioner - District 1
Helen "Happy" Price
Council Member Seat 3
(Special Election - Vacant Seat)
City Council Seat 3
Commissioner Seat 4
John Patrick Estok
ST. PETE BEACH
Commissioner District 1
Commissioner Seat 1
Commissioner District 4
Richard D. Harris
Maribeth L. Wetzel
This information is subject to change.
Final ballot information will be posted after the candidate qualifying period for each municipality is completed
Municipalities that have Cancelled Elections:
Belleair Bluffs; Belleair Shore; Indian Rocks Beach; Indian Shores; N. Redington Beach; Redington Beach
Eligible voters in these municipalities may vote in these nonpartisan elections.
Florida is a closed primary state. Only voters in these municipalities who are registered with the Republican Party or Democratic Party may vote in the Republican or Democratic Primary for President.
* Some candidates have announced they have suspended their campaigns or withdrawn. However, none of the candidates filed with the State to “officially withdraw” by the deadline, so all names MUST appear on the ballot. A vote cast for a candidate, regardless of his/her campaign status, will be counted and included in the official results.