No Municipal Super Tuesday Elections planned for Clay

For Clay Today
Posted 2/12/20

GREEN COVE SPRINGS – There won’t be a municipal Super Tuesday election in Clay County this year.

According to Supervisor of Elections Chris Chambless, the cutoff for the primary was Friday. …

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No Municipal Super Tuesday Elections planned for Clay

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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – There won’t be a municipal Super Tuesday election in Clay County this year.

According to Supervisor of Elections Chris Chambless, the cutoff for the primary was Friday. None of the qualified candidates have opponents.

The qualified candidates are: Green Cove Springs City Council, Seat 1, Edward Gaw; Green Cove Springs City Council, Seat 2, Matt Johnson; Keystone Heights Mayor, Karen Lake; Orange Park Town Council, Seat 1, Eddie B. Henley; and, Orange Park Town Council, Seat 2, Alan Watt.

The presidential primary is March 17, while primaries for county, district and state positions is Aug. 18.

The general election is Nov. 3.

For more information or to see a list of other county and state candidates, contact clayelections.gov or call the elections office at (904) 269-6350.

For a complete list of all candidates, you also can visit claytodayonline.com.

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