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The City Clerk serves as the filing officer for AB municipal elections.
Learn more about elections in Duval County by visiting the Duval County Supervisor of Elections’ website.
General Election - November 3, 2020
The purpose of this upcoming election will be to fill the following Commission Seats and consider Charter Amendments by Public Referendum as detailed in Ordinance No. 33-19-24.
Offices up for election:
Mayor/Commissioner- Seat 1 (2-year term) - At Large
Currently held by Ellen Glasser
Commissioner- Seat 2 (4-year term) - District 1308
Currently held by Cindy L. Anderson
Commissioner- Seat 3 (4-year term) - District 1307
Currently held by Martina "Blythe" Waters
Public Referendum/Charter Amendment Title and Summary
PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE ATLANTIC BEACH CHARTER TO MODIFY THE MAYOR-COMMISSIONER TERMS OF OFFICE
Commencing with the election in November, 2022 shall Section 5 of the Atlantic Beach Charter be amended to: (1) extend the Mayor-Commissioner term of office from two to four years; (2) reduce the Mayor-Commissioner number of allowable consecutive terms from four to two terms; and (3) limit any Mayor-Commissioner holding office as of November, 2022, who has served two consecutive terms, to one additional consecutive four-year term?
Candidates must be registered to vote in the City of Atlantic Beach, must have been full-time residents of the city for at least two years prior to qualifying, and must not hold any other elective office.
Candidates for Seats 2 & 3 are required to reside within the district for which they are seeking at least two years immediately prior to qualifying and must remain full-time residents of their respective district during any term in office. If you’d like to know which district you are in, please review the district map or enter your address on the precinct finder page on the Duval County Supervisor of Election’s website.
The Mayor has no district requirement. The Mayor and Commissioners are all elected At-Large.