2016 Neptune Beach Election Information

LEARN ABOUT THE NEPTUNE BEACH MAYORAL CANDIDATES

GENERAL ELECTION CANDIDATE FORUM:

On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 Beaches Watch held a candidate forum for the Neptune Beach Mayor candidates on the general election ballot at the Neptune Beach City Hall Council Chambers.  The Neptune Beach Candidate forum gave voters the opportunity to meet the candidates and learn about their platforms and positions on Neptune Beach issues prior to the primary election on November 8. The Neptune Beach Candidate forum was video recorded and you can watch the video here:

NEPTUNE BEACH CANDIDATE INFO:

Click on the name below to see the candidate websites/biographies:

Elaine Brown

Bob Shimp

NEPTUNE BEACH CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRES:

Beaches Watch asked all the candidates to respond in writing to questions about Neptune Beach issues. Click on the name below to see the candidate responses to the questionnaire:

Elaine Brown Q&A Responses

Bob Shimp Q&A Responses

IMPORTANT DATES FOR VOTING:

General Election: Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Early Voting:  Monday, October 24 – Sunday, November 6

Early voting will be held at the Beaches Branch Library, 600 3rd St. in Neptune Beach from 7am to 7pm daily.

PRIMARY ELECTION CANDIDATE FORUM:

On Thursday, August 11, 2016 Beaches Watch held a candidate forum for the Neptune Beach Mayor candidates on the primary election ballot at the Fletcher High School Auditorium.  The candidate forum gave voters the opportunity to meet the candidates and learn about their platforms and positions on Neptune Beach issues prior to the primary election on August 30.  The Neptune Beach Candidate forum was video recorded and you can watch the video here:

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