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2 extra reasons for St. Augustine voters to cast a ballot this month

St. Augustine City Hall and Lightner Museum (AP photo/John Raoux)
St. Augustine City Hall and Lightner Museum (AP photo/John Raoux)

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – The race for president is the reason Florida is holding a primary right now, but St. Augustine is taking advantage of it put two proposed changes to the city charter before its voters. And because the referendum is nonpartisan, all registered voters who in the city can cast a ballot even though only Democratic and Republican presidential voters can vote in their party’s primaries.

Here’s what St. Augustine voters will be asked on the Presidential Preference Primary ballot.

Proposition 1: Extension of Civil Service Board Terms

Proposition 2: Candidate Residency Requirements