Election Day: Is Your Municipality Voting Today?

It's Election Day for many Palm Beach County residents.

19 cities, towns and villages have races on the ballot and, in many cases, there are ballot questions too.

Among the races being decided is the one for the town of Palm Beach Group 1 seat.

Candace Rojas runs against Ted Cooney. Rojas ran unsuccessfully for the Palm Beach Soil and Conservation District in November, while Cooney served on the town of Palm Beach Landmarks Preservation Commission.

In Lantana, 20-year incumbent Mayor David Stewart faces a challenger in Robert Hagerty, a retired police officer.

Tequesta Mayor Abby Brennan, after 10 years on the Village Council, is not seeking re-election in Seat 2.

Harrison Vaughn, a risk management consultant, is challenging Molly Young, who serves as an alternate on Tequesta's Planning and Zoning Board.

Other municipalities voting Tuesday include Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Lake Worth Beach, Palm Beach Gardens and West Palm Beach.

Click Here to find out if your municipality has an election.

Hear from many of the candidates in articles spread out throughout Florida News.

Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Be sure to bring your photo-signature I.D. and show up at the polling place on your voter's registration card. Or Click Here to find your precinct.

There was no early voting, but mail-in ballots are accepted. It's too late to drop a ballot in the mail now, but if you have one filled out, you can drop it off at one of four Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections offices.

The main office on Military Trail is open until 7 p.m. and the other three offices, in Palm Beach Gardens, Delray Beach and Belle Glade, will be open to accept the ballots until 5 p.m.

Click Here for more information on dropping off your mail-in ballot.

Broward County also has 5 elections going on. Click Here.

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