Learn About 2018 Jacksonville Beach Candidates

Jacksonville Beach Candidate Forum

As a service to Jacksonville Beach voters, Beaches Watch will be sponsoring a candidate forum for the Jacksonville Beach candidates on the General Election ballot.  The candidate forum will be held Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 7pm at the Jacksonville Beach Community Center, 2508 South Beach Parkway, Jacksonville Beach.

The Jacksonville Beach candidate forum is open to the public and will give voters the opportunity to meet the candidates and learn about their platforms and positions on Jacksonville Beach issues before the November 6 general election.  Voters will also have an opportunity to talk individually to the candidates and get candidate literature.

JACKSONVILLE BEACH CANDIDATE INFO:

Click on the name below to see the candidate info:

City Council District 1, Seat 4:

Cory Nichols

Shandy Thompson

City Council District 2, Seat 5:

Georgette Dumont

Joe Loretta

City Council District 3, Seat 6:

Sandy Golding

Dan Janson

JACKSONVILLE BEACH CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRES:

Coming soon. Beaches Watch will provide the Jacksonville Beach candidates a questionnaire about issues important to Jacksonville Beach voters and will be posting the candidate responses.

IMPORTANT DATES FOR VOTING:

Deadline to register to vote: October 9, 2018

Register to vote, check your voter status or request mail ballot: CLICK HERE

General Election: Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Early Voting:  Monday, October 22 – Sunday, November 4

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

Write to us at:

Beaches Watch
P.O. Box 50311
Jacksonville Beach FL 32240

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Upcoming Events

Wed 17

2018 Jacksonville Beach Candidate Forum

October 17 @ 7:00 pm - November 9 @ 9:00 pm
Nov 07

Beaches Watch Monthly Meeting

November 7 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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