Elections

The Village of North Palm Beach Municipal Election will be held March 19, 2024 for Village Council Groups 1, 3, 4 and 5.

In 2024, the North Palm Beach Municipal Election will be held on the third Tuesday in March and  in conjunction with the Presidential Preference Primary. The election date is on Tuesday, March 19, 2024. 

These are the candidates who have filed and qualified in the initial qualifying period for Groups 1, 3, and 5 (November 21, 2023 through November 28, 2023) and the additional qualifying period for Group 4 (January 4, 2024 through January 11, 2024) for the March 19, 2024 Village of North Palm Beach Municipal Election:

 Group 1 – Deborah Searcy – Unopposed 

 Group 3 – Orlando Puyol
                   William Luzuriagga

 Group 4 – Kristin Garrison – Unopposed 

 Group 5 – Lisa Interlandi – Unopposed
                   Ronald K. Lantz (withdrew candidacy on 1/31/24)

**NOTICE TO VOTERS**

A candidate in the race for the office of Village of North Palm Beach Group 5 has withdrawn, resulting in an unopposed candidate race.  

 A vote cast in this race will not change the outcome as the remaining candidate is deemed by law to be elected for that race.

Please contact the Village Clerk's office at 561-841-3355 for Candidate information.

Notice of General Election - English

Notice of General Election - Spanish

Meet the Candidates Flyer

*IMPORTANT*

Voters wishing to vote by mail in the 2024 elections are required to make a new Vote-by-Mail Request to the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections for all elections.

A request must include the voter's FL Driver's License or FL ID, or the last four digits of their Social Security Number, whichever can be verified by the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office.

If your voter record does not include your FL Driver License/ID, or the last four digits of your SSN, you should update your voter record before requesting your Vote-by-Mail ballot. Voters who choose to vote by mail should also make sure they have provided the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office with their up-to-date signature to avoid any issues when voting by mail in the next election.

A Vote-by-Mail ballot is not forwardable by the U.S. postal service, and a ballot returned undeliverable cancels a request for future elections and must be renewed. Notify the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections office immediately if your mailing address changes or if you plan to be out of town. The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office will send your ballot wherever you need to be.


Updating your voter record and requesting a Vote-by-Mail ballot can be completed online 24/7. If you are a voter with a protected address, you may contact the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office or submit a paper registration application/written Vote-by-Mail request.  


For more information and to update your voter record or request a vote by mail ballot please click this link to visit the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Election's Office website.