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The Civic Assocaiton is gearing up for the national and local Midterm Elections. See below and stay tuned for news, our Voter's Guide, Ballot Question Explanations, and more.

2018 Midterm Primary Election Results

Primary Winners for Florida on Palm Beach Ballots

U.S. Senate [R]
Rick Scott

Governor [R]
Ron DeSantis

Governor [D]
Andrew Gillum

Attorney General [R]
Ashley Moody

Attorney General [D]
Sean Shaw

Agriculture Commissioner [R]
Matt Caldwell

Agriculture Commissioner [D]
Nikki Fried

State Senate District 30 [D]
Bobby Powell

State House District 89 [R]
Mike Caruso

State House District 89 [D]
Jim Bonfiglio

Port of Palm Beach Group 5 [D]
Joseph Anderson

Circuit Court 15 Seat 13*
Scott Kerner 41%
Alcolya St. Juste 38%

Circuit Court 15 Seat 18*
Maxine Cheesman 41%
Marybel Coleman 32%

Circuit Court 15 Seat 25*
Sarah Willis 40%
Michael McAuliffe 34%

Palm Beach County Judge, Group 5*
Sara Alijewicz 52%

Palm Beach County Judge, Group 4*
Ashley Zuckerman 30%
Allegra Philipa Fung 23%

*In the judge races, if no one got 50% of the vote, there is a runoff between the top two vote getters in the General Election in November. In this primary, Sara Alijewicz is the only judge candidate that got 50% of the vote or higher so she won't have a runoff.  All other judge races will have a runoff on Nobember 6, 2018. 


2018 Midterm General Election Dates

Voter Registration Deadline for the General Election: October 9, 2018

General Election: November 6, 2018

Vote by Mail (Absentee Ballot)

Any qualified Palm Beach County voter is entitled to vote by mail ballot. A mail ballot may be requested in person at one of the Supervisor of Elections offices, in writing, over the telephone or by completing the online application at the Supervisor's website. Telephonic, written or facsimile requests should be directed to:

Supervisor of Elections
P.O. Box 22309 
West Palm Beach, Florida 33416-2309 
Telephone: (561) 656-6200
Facsimile: (561) 656-6220

When requesting a vote by mail ballot, the voter must provide the following information:

· Name
· Residence address
· Address where the ballot is to be mailed*

*Effective Jan. 1, 2014, a request for a ballot to be mailed to an address other than the voter’s address on file in the Florida Voter Registration System (FVRS), must be in writing and signed by the voter. Absent uniformed service members and overseas voters are exempt from this requirement.

· Date of birth
· Local Telephone Number
· Out of Town Telephone Number
· Voter's signature

Notify the elections office immediately should your residence or mailing address change.

Vote by Mail ballots are not forwardable by the U.S. Postal Service.

See Details About Vote by Mail (Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections)

Midterm General Election Ballots by Precinct [Not Yet Available]

Precinct 1390, 1392
Address: 165 N COUNTY RD

Precinct 1394, 7154
Address: 355 S COUNTY RD

Precinct 7156, 7158, 7166
Address: 2185 S OCEAN BLVD