GOVERNMENT - ELECTION INFO
2020 Municipal Election Qualifying Information
District 1 and 7
Qualifying Is now closed
MUNICIPAL ELECTION - TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2020
Congratulations Commissioner Sue Nielsen
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Packets are available on the first day of qualifying. Candidates begin the filing process at noon (12 p.m.) on Monday, November 11, 2019. This process ends at noon (12 p.m.) on Friday, November 15, 2019.
All council members and Mayor are elected at large and serve three-year terms. Candidates must be qualified voters of the City, at least 18 years of age, and have continuously resided in the City for at least one year.
In order to qualify for office, candidates must obtain signatures from the City of Belle Isle registered voters. Candidates will obtain signatures from no less than 3O Belle Isle resident registered voters and pay a $35.00 application fee from a designated campaign account.
DS-DE 9 form must be submitted to Clerk before petitions can be signed. Completed DS-DE9 forms may be accepted by the Filing Officer before qualifying to allow additional time to obtain petitions. The DS-DE9 form can be submitted to the clerk at any time before qualifying. Please print and review the Candidate and Campaign Treasurer Handbook found at http://election.dos.state.fl.us/publications/publications.shtml).
Petition Form-(30 Belle Isle resident registered voter signed petitions required-Resolution 14-04.)
For more information about qualifying and elections, please read Article IV, Section 6.03, in the City of Belle Isle's Code of Ordinances.
More information will be posted once received by the Elections Office.
Municipal Election Day:
March 17, 2020
2020 ELECTIONS FOR
Incumbent Ed Gold - unopposed
Incumbent Sue Nielsen
Candidate John Evertsen
Necessary Filing Materials:
State Financial Disclosure Form (received once DS-DE 9 is filed with City Clerk).
Fully-signed petition cards from no less than 30 registered Belle Isle voters.
A signed Loyalty Oath.
A $35 qualifying fee drawn on the campaign account.
To find your polling place, please go to the Orange County Supervisor of Elections website and after entering your address make sure to click on the “municipal” tab.