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Nassau County Commission

The county commission will get a proposed budget plan for this year.
The county commission will get a proposed budget plan for this year.

Two of three races for Nassau County commission up for election this year were settled in the primary, but District 5 is going to a runoff in the general election because none of the candidates received 50% of the vote.

  NASSAU COUNTY COMMISSION, District 5

Klint Farmer

Party affiliation: Republican

Age: 42

Candidate’s family: Kendrick A. Farmer Father - Vicki Eddy Mother - Kati Farmer Sister

Occupation: Owner/Operator K.A. Farmer’s Septic Tank Service. Established in 1984

Education: Honors Graduate West Nassau High 1995 Gold Seal Vocational Scholarship Winner Studied Business at FCCJ Jacksonville

Political experience: Served alongside the Florida Onsite Wastewater Political Action Committee and served as a member of Florida Cattlemen’s Assoc. and Florida Farm Bureau etc.

What do you see as the top three issues in this race?

Growth, Infrastructure, Tax increases to existing taxpayers.

How can you help voters in a way that others running for this office cannot?

I am accessible, accountable and pride myself in my ability to listen and understand the average taxpayer and their individual concerns. I am a lifelong native of District 5, the district I seek to represent.

What would you hope to be remembered for accomplishing after serving in this office?

Being more responsive and serving my whole community when issues arise, keeping taxes low and ensuring Nassau county remains a safe, successful neighborhood to raise a family. We need new, innovative, fresh ideas moving forward together.

If elected how would you address the calls for racial justice?

I believe in racial equality and strong government leadership moving forward together.

What challenges does COVID-19 present to the office you are seeking?

The ability to meet and greet new residents face to face. I am always available via phone, text or email to serve my community.

Campaign website: Facebook

Campaign’s social media pages: Facebook


Anthony Stamps

Party affiliation: Republican

Age: 46

Candidate’s family: My wife, Michele, and we have six children.

Occupation: Business Owner

Education: High School Diploma

Political experience: None

What do you see as the top three issues in this race?

  • Health and public safety
  • Managing growth and development
  • Support of businesses and workers

How can you help voters in a way that others running for this office cannot?

I bring a fresh perspective. Nassau County does not need another politician on the County Commission. I am an outsider and a job creator. I understand the importance of hard work and dedication, as I have built my own businesses from the ground up.

What would you hope to be remembered for accomplishing after serving in this office?

Building relationship and bringing unity across the county that contributed to enhancing the quality of life for all residents. I firmly believe, "Nassau County is at its best when we move together!"

If elected how would you address the calls for racial justice?

I support the rights of everyone to peacefully protest and have their voices heard.

What challenges does COVID-19 present to the office you are seeking?

Address and respond to the impacts of COVID-19 on the communities of Nassau County. I support our federal, state, and local agencies in efforts to keep the public informed and expand testing.

Campaign website: votestamps.com

Campaign’s social media pages: Facebook