Elections

General Election November 6, 2018

Primary Election Results

Vote-by-Mail Info (absentee ballot)
What is Vote-by-Mail?
Vote-by-mail refers to voting a ballot received by mail, or picked up by, or for, a voter. A voter may pick up a vote-by-mail ballot from the Supervisor of Elections through the day before the election or, if an emergency exists, on the day of the election.

How to Request a Vote-by-Mail Ballot Be Mailed
Online submit anapplication on the PBC Supervisor of Elections website
In writing (email, fax, mail) to the PBC Supervisor of Elections Vote-by-Mail Request Form (PDF)
In person at a Supervisor of Elections location
By phone (561) 656-6200

The deadline to request that a vote-by-mail ballot be mailed is 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31. Vote-by-mail ballots must be received by the Supervisor of Elections office by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day if the voted ballot is to count. Vote-by-mail ballots from overseas voters shall be counted if they are received within 10 days of the General Election, provided they are postmarked no later than the day of the election. For more info, contact the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections.

Constitutional Amendments
Note: By order of the Florida Supreme Court, NO. 8 CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION (Ballot title: School Board Term Limits and Duties; Public Schools) is removed from the 2018 General Election Ballot. See SC18-1368. The numbering for the remaining proposed amendments will not change and will appear on the ballot as currently numbered.

Find my Polling Place and Sample Ballot
Online, go to Precinct Finder and enter your address; click the Locate Precinct button, click the continue button.  Your precinct number will be displayed, with links to Districts, Current Elections, Sample Ballot, and Polling Place.

Early voting is available 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
October 22nd through November 4th

Municipal Elections

March 13, 2018 Election Results
Voters elected three members to the Village Council.  Each will serve a two-year term.
Group 1 Deborah Searcy
Group 3 Darryl Aubrey
Group 5 Mark Mullinix
Council Resolutions

Next Municipal Election

March 12, 2019
will be to elect councilmembers in
Groups 2 and 4. The candidate qualifying period is Jan 2-10, 2019 for the 3/12/19 Municipal Election..

Council group numbers do not indicate a geographic district.
Group numbers indicate a seat on the Council. Candidates run for a specific group, which they must select at the time of qualifying for election.  All Village electors may vote for the candidate of their choice in each of the Council groups listed on the ballot (Groups 2 and 4 in odd years, Groups 1, 3, and 5 in even years.) Councilmembers represent and serve all Village voters.

Become A Poll Worker


Poll Workers perform a vital service to their community as an important part of the elections process. Your Village Clerk and the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections are always in need of poll workers for municipal and general elections.
To become a poll worker you must:
1. be a registered voter in Palm Beach County;
2. fill out and submit the poll worker application online;
3. complete a one-hour orientation session; and
4. attend 3 to 7 hours of training (depending on the position being filled) prior to each election.

For more information on these paid positions,
contact the Supervisor of Elections Poll Worker Department:
by phone (561) 656-6200 (option 3) or email, or visit the website.
Poll Worker Guidelines
Poll Worker FAQ


Become a Poll Worker