2020 Elections

2020 Election Information

Election Dates: Primary Election: Tuesday, August 18, 2020
                            General Election: Tuesday, November 3, 2020

2019-2020 Voter Guide

Qualifying Week: June 8, 2020 (noon) - June 12, 2020 (noon)

For 2020, Neptune Beach seats up for election are:

Mayor, Seat 1
Council, Seat 2
Council, Seat 3


Candidates for Mayor

Elaine Brown
Campaign Treasurer Reports

2020-M2
2020-M2 Amended


Candidates for City Council, Seat 2

Lauren McPhaul
Campaign Treasurer Reports
2019-M7
2019-M8
2019-M8 Amended

2019-M9
2019-M9 Amended
2019-M10
2019-M10 Amended
2019-M11
2019-M12
2020-M1
2020-M2
 



Candidates for City Council, Seat 3

Kerry Chin
Campaign Treasurer Reports
2019-M8
2019-M9
2019-M10
2019-M11
2019-M12
2020-M1
2020-M2

 


The City Clerk is the Supervisor of Elections for all city elections and works closely with the Duval County Supervisor of Elections to coordinate the election of City Council members.

Elections take place on the first Tuesday following the first Monday in November of all even-numbered years.

The term of office begins on the first Tuesday in December and is a four-year term.

If you are interested in running for a council seat, please contact the City Clerk at (904) 270-2400, ext. 30.


Voting Information

The City encourages all of our residents to vote at their designated precinct:

  • Precinct 1305  — Beaches Branch Library, 600 Third Street: Registered voters residing on the Northside of Florida Boulevard from the Ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway.
  • Precinct 1309 — Christ United Methodist Church, 400 Penman Road: Registered voters residing on the Southside of Florida Boulevard to Seagate Avenue from the Ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway.

For additional information on registering to vote, or to request an absentee ballot, please contact the Duval County Supervisor of Elections at (904) 630-1410.

For any further questions on elections in Neptune Beach, please contact the City Clerk’s office at (904) 270-2400 Ext. 30, or review the Code of Ordinances.


2018 Reports & Results