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August 24, 2021 St. Petersburg Primary Election 
 
Voter Registration Deadline:  July 26, 2021
Early Voting:  The municipality has chosen not to conduct early voting for this election as provided in Florida Statute 101.657(1)(e).
Ballot Mailing Schedule:
  • Military and Overseas Voter Mailing Deadline: July 10, 2021
  • Domestic Voter Mailing Deadline: July 22, 2021
Request a mail ballot:
Deadline to request a ballot to be mailed: August 14, 2021 (5:00 p.m.)
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St. Petersburg Primary Election Candidate Contests


This contest will appear in all precinct in St. Petersburg

Mayor


Robert G. Blackmon
Pete Boland
Michael Ingram
Torry Nelson
Wengay "Newt" Newton
Marcile Powers
Darden Rice
Ken Welch
Michael S. Levinson (Write-in)

NOTE: Names of write-in candidates do not appear on the ballot; however a space will be provided in which to write the candidate's name. 

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This contest will appear in all precinct in District 1 in St. Petersburg

Council Member District 1


Ed Carlson
Copley Gerdes
John Hornbeck
Bobbie Shay Lee

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This contest will appear in all precinct in District 4 in St. Petersburg

Council Member District 4


Jarib Figueredo
Lisset Hanewicz
Clifford Hobbs III
Tom Mullins
Doug O'Dowd

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This contest will appear in all precinct in District 8 in St. Petersburg

Council Member District 8


Jeff Danner
Richie Floyd
Dane Kuplicki
Jamie Mayo

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If a candidate for Mayor receives more than fifty percent (50%) of the votes cast in the primary, then that candidate shall be considered duly elected and shall not be required to be placed on the general election ballot. If no candidate for Mayor receives more than fifty percent (50%) of the vote in the primary election then the two candidates for Mayor receiving the highest number of votes cast by the electors at large shall be declared the primary nominees, and shall be entitled to have their names printed on the ballot to be used in the general municipal election.

NOTE: Pursuant to the City of St. Petersburg Municipal Charter, Council Member races in the Primary are voted on by single-member district. Accordingly:

  • In the Primary, only voters residing in Districts 1, 4 and 8 may vote in their respective council district races.
  • For each Council Member contest, the names of the two candidates receiving the most votes in the Primary will be placed on the November 2 St. Petersburg General Election ballot to be voted on At-Large (i.e. by all voters in the City, regardless of district).

*The Council Member currently holding the seat for District 1 has resigned (effective January 5, 2021). Accordingly, the current election for District 1 is to fill the remainder of that Council Member's current term, which runs through January 4, 2024, and is scheduled for re-election for a full term in 2023.

This information is subject to change. 
Please check with your municipality for candidate information.

 

 

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Julie Marcus
Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections

13001 Starkey Rd., Largo, FL 33773

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