In Jupiter, Jim Kuretski, is the new mayor. Kuretski beat out Ilan Kaufer, a fellow council member.
In Boynton Beach, voters will select a new City Commissioner. Residents will choose between Marit Hedeen, a business owner, and Thomas Turkin, who works in a veterinary practice, to represent District 3 on the Commission.
In Jupiter, a mayoral runoff. Voters are asked to decide between Councilman Ilan Kaufer, first elected to the Town Council in 2014, and Jim Kuretski, who has been a Jupiter Town Councilor for 21 years.
The Jupiter Town Council the District 2 seat on down to a runoff between Linda McDermott, who worked as the No. 2 in West Palm Beach’s City Finance Department, and Malise Sundstrom, a member of the Town Planning and Zoning Board.
In Lake Worth Beach, Reinaldo Diaz, faces off against Daniel Morgan for the District 4 seat on the City Commission.
In Lantana, two Town Council seats remain undecided. In Group 1, Incumbent Lynn Moorhouse, a retired dentist, is facing John Raymer, a retired member of the Army.
In Group 2, voters will decide between Media Beverly, a real estate agent, and Kem Mason, a retired Palm Beach County Fire Rescue captain.
Riviera Beach Mayor Ronnie Felder is seeking a third term and facing a runoff with Billie Brooks, a former City Council member.
The City Council District 3 race also shifted to a runoff between Incumbent Shirley Lanier and Marvelous Washington.
- Election Day is Tuesday, March 22, 2022. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
- On Election Day, voters must vote at their assigned polling place. Voters can find their polling place on their Voter Information Card or they may enter their voter information at www.votepalmbeach.gov/Voters/Precinct-Finder.
- Our Elections Team is committed to following all COVID-19 safety protocols and CDC guidelines to ensure the health and wellness of voters, poll workers, and employees.
- Poll workers will be wearing masks, practicing social distancing, and sanitizing voting booths and common areas throughout the day.
- The deadline to request a Vote-by-Mail ballot to be mailed to you for the March 22nd Municipal Run-Off Elections was 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 12, 2022.
- A ballot can still be picked up in person at one of our four office locations during office hours through 5:00 p.m. on Monday, March 21, 2022.
- IMPORTANT: At this time, we recommend voters Voting-by-Mail bring their completed mail ballot to any of our four Elections Offices during business hours to avoid unforeseen delays in returning their ballot in the mail.
- Vote-by-Mail ballots must be received by our Main Office by 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 22, 2022, to be counted.