The voters of all three Duval County beaches elect members of their city councils this year and Atlantic and Jacksonville beaches and Baldwin will vote for mayor. These races are nonpartisan and open to all voters.
In Neptune Beach, Mayor Elaine Brown is unopposed and the only City Council race was settled in the August Primary. Races for the other cities within Duval County will appear on the November ballot.
Atlantic Beach mayor-commissioner – Seat 1
Ricky L. Carper
Ellen Glasser (incumbent)
Terri Lynn Ray
Atlantic Beach commissioner – Seat 2
Frank T. Cashman
Atlantic Beach commissioner – Seat 3
Referendum to modify Atlantic Beach Charter to modify the mayor-commissioner terms of office
Ballot question: “Commencing with the election in November 2022 shall Section 5 of the Atlantic Beach Charter be amended to: (1) extend the Mayor-Commissioner term of office from two to four years; (2) reduce the Mayor-Commissioner number of allowable consecutive terms from four to two terms; and (3) limit any Mayor-Commissioner holding office as of November 2022, who has served two consecutive terms, to one additional consecutive four-year term?”
Jacksonville Beach mayor
Charlie Latham has served his limit of two terms as mayor, so this is an open seat.
Jacksonville Beach City Council - Seat 1 At Large
Jacksonville Beach City Council - Seat 3 At Large
Jacksonville Beach referendum 1: Requiring a supermajority vote of council to remove city manager and removing gender references
Ballot question: “Amending the Charter by requiring a supermajority vote of five (5) members of the Council to remove the City Manager and removing gender-specific references to the City Manager.”
Jacksonville Beach referendum 2: Requiring a supermajority vote of council to remove city attorney and providing formal notice procedures
Ballot question: “Amending the Charter by requiring a supermajority vote of five (5) members of the Council to remove the City Attorney.”
Jacksonville Beach referendum 3: Establishing procedures to eliminate city departments, including referenda to eliminate police and beaches energy services
Ballot question: “Amending the Charter by requiring a simple majority vote of four (4) members of the City Council to eliminate City Departments with the exception of the City Police Department and Beaches Energy Services which, in addition to a simple majority vote of four (4) members of the City Council, shall also require a majority vote of the qualified electors of the City of Jacksonville Beach by referendum.”
Jacksonville Beach referendum 4: Prohibiting interference with city employee duties except for purposes of inquiry and information
Ballot question: “Amending the Charter by prohibiting City Council or its members, including any members of appointed boards or committees, from interfering with the performance of City employee’s duties, except for purposes of inquiry and information.”
Marvin E. Godbold Jr.
Sean T. Lynch (incumbent)
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICTS
Tolomato Community Development District - Seat 1
Bartram Springs Community Development District - Seat 3
Bartram Springs Community Development District - Seat 5
Derri Lassiter Young
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