Primary Election August 18, 2020
Primaries are state-level and local-level elections that take place prior to a general election. Florida utilizes a closed primary process, in which the selection of a party's candidates in an election is limited to registered party members. All registered voters, regardless of party affiliation, can vote on issues and nonpartisan candidates in a primary election.
General Election November 3, 2020
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
The next Municipal Election will be held March 9, 2021 to elect councilmembers in Group 2 and Group 4.
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:
- Be a registered or pre-registered voter in Palm Beach County
- Be able to read, write, and speak the English language
- Be able to work a 14 hour day, with patience and courtesy to others
- Be able to lift 45 pounds
- Have an email address and access to a computer and the internet
- Have reliable transportation
- Successfully complete all training and assessments prior to each election
- Remain nonpartisan while at the polls
- Refrain from any comments or discussion concerning a voter, a voter's party affiliation, a candidate, or issue, while working at the polls
- Abide by a no-smoking policy on Election Day
- Treat everyone with dignity and respect at all times
- Understand as a Poll Worker, you may not be assigned to work each election, or be assigned to the same precinct or position
- Understand that you serve at will for the Supervisor of Elections
- Teamwork among Poll Workers on Election Day is important to both the Poll Workers and voters
- Fill out and submit the poll worker application