- 2022 Municipal Election
2022 Municipal Election
Officers to be Elected for 2022 Elections
- Council Seat 4, District 1
- Council Seat 5, District 2
- Council Seat 6, District 3
Jacksonville Beach Candidate Information
Beginning with the 2022 Municipal Elections, the City of Jacksonville Beach uses Easy Campaign Finance Portal for recording and reporting of campaign finance activity.
- Current Candidate Information is available on the Easy Campaign Finance Portal.
- To view information from the 2020 Election for the offices of Mayor; Council Seat 1, At-Large; Council Seat 2, At-Large; and Council Seat 3, At-Large, click here More 2022 Election information coming soon. .
Council Seat 4, District 1
- Cory Nichols (Re-Elected - Unopposed)
Council Seat 5, District 2
- Bill Horn (Elected - Unopposed)
Council Seat 6, District 3
- Sandy Golding (Re-Elected Unopposed)
The qualifying period is from Noon, Monday, June 13, 2022, through Noon, Friday, June 17, 2022. Qualifying papers will be accepted during the qualifying period at the City Clerk's Office any time during normal office hours. The City Clerk's Office may accept and hold qualifying papers submitted not earlier than 14 days prior to the beginning of the qualifying period to be processed and filed during the qualifying period.
Learn About the Jacksonville Beach Charter Amendments on the Ballot
The Jacksonville Beach City Council has 16 Charter amendments on the November 8, 2022 ballot to address various things in the City's Charter. Jacksonville Beach voters are encouraged to read and understand each amendment before you vote. Read the Charter Amendments.
Here is a brief summary of the Charter amendments:
- Amendment Number 1: Removing or making neutral all gender specific references in the City Charter.
- Amendment Number 2: Eliminating/correcting obsolete and outdated Charter provisions and making grammatical and punctuation corrections.
- Amendment Number 3: Clarifying what constitutes a full term when applying term limits under the Charter.
- Amendment Number 4: Clarifying that certain Charter provisions and powers are granted and limited by Florida law.
- Amendment Number 5: Clarifying regular meeting schedule and procedure to call special meetings of City Council.
- Amendment Number 6: Eliminating compelled meeting attendance by council members and acknowledging supermajority requirements.
- Amendment Number 7: Establishing primary runoff elections and tie-breaking procedure after general elections.
- Amendment Number 8: Recognizing Duval Supervisor of Elections authority to establish rules for use of voting equipment.
- Amendment Number 9: Establishing filing fees and election assessments for candidates based upon percentage of office annual salary.
- Amendment Number 10: Amending City Manager removal procedures, establishing deadline for final action approving removal.
- Amendment Number 11: Making failure to cooperate in Council or Manager investigations grounds for termination, providing exceptions.
- Amendment Number 12: Amending City Attorney removal procedures, establishing deadline for final action approving removal.
- Amendment Number 13: Changing City Attorney compensation to salary and benefits to be set by contract.
- Amendment Number 14: Requiring the City Attorney to review all ordinances and resolutions of the city.
- Amendment Number 15: Creating Initiative and Referendum procedure allowing citizens to adopt or repeal certain types of ordinances.
- Amendment Number 16: Providing for periodic review of the City Charter.
Important Dates for Voting
- Primary Election: August 23, 2022
- General Election: November 8, 2022
Early Voting Dates
- Primary Election: August 8 - August 21, 2022
- General Election: October 24 - November 6, 2022
Voter Registration Deadlines
- Primary Election: July 25, 2022
- General Election: October 11, 2022