Orange Park, Keystone Heights voters make their voices count Tuesday

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CLAY COUNTY, Fla. – It’s election day for some Clay County voters in Orange Park and Keystone Heights.

Doug Benefield and Kenneth Radwanski are running for an Orange Park Town Council seat.

It’s important to note that voters have to cast their ballots at the City’s town hall, not at their usual precincts.

In Keystone Heights, there are no offices on the ballot, but there are four charter amendments for voters to weigh in on.

Because Keystone Heights has no candidates on its ballot, the city had the option to have an in-person election or an “all-mail ballot.” They opted for the all-mail option, so every voter in the city received a ballot by mail and return postage must be paid by the city.

READ: Sample ballot with 4 amendments for Keystone Heights voters

One of the amendments would allow City Council members instead of voters to choose the city’s mayor.