The future direction of the City of Palm Coast will be decided by a small fraction of our community on the evening of Tuesday, July 27, 2021.
The Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber has created a non-partisan questionnaire and asked each candidate for Mayor to provide their answers. Once we received their responses, we posted them, unedited, on our webpage www.PalmCoastElection.com. With six candidates running for office, the Chamber wanted to make it easy to research the candidates’ positions on the issues that matter most.
Special Elections generally have significantly less voter participation than standard August Primary and November General Elections. With fewer people voting, the power of your voice is even more amplified. Visit www.PalmCoastElection.com to find the candidate that best supports your interests and values and make a plan to vote early (beginning Saturday, July 17), by mail or on Election Day (Tuesday, July 27, 2021).
Below is a short analysis of why this Special Election matters:
Palm Coast needs more residents showing up at the polls, not less. Please make a plan to vote in the upcoming Palm Coast Mayor Special Election. Finally, we urge you to review our easy to operate candidate questionnaire webpage at www.PalmCoastElection.com.
Greg Blosé is proud to serve as the volunteer editor for EVOLVE.
He is the President & CEO of the Palm Coast-Flagler Regional
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