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U.S. House Florida District 14 (Pinellas County St. Petersburg 33703)

Carreras electorales federales

Representative, U.S. House Florida District 14

Elija UnoFederal  

U.S. Senate Florida

Elija UnoFederal  

Carreras electorales estatales

Governor of Florida

Elija UnoEstatal  

Lieutenant Governor of Florida

Elija UnoEstatal  

Attorney General of Florida

Elija UnoEstatal  

Florida Chief Financial Officer

Elija UnoEstatal  

Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Elija UnoEstatal  

Florida State Senate District 18

Elija UnoEstatal  

Florida House of Representatives District 60

Elija UnoEstatal  

Elección de juezas/jueces

Florida Supreme Court - Retention

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Charles Canady (Titular)

Canady was appointed to the court by then-Republican Gov. Charlie Crist in 2008 and was retained by voters in 2010 and 2016. Canady received a partisanship confidence score of Mild Republican.


Florida Supreme Court - Retention

¿Que este juez continúe en al cargo? Elija Sí o NoEstatal  

Ricky Polston (Titular)

Polston was appointed to the court by then-Republican Gov. Charlie Crist in 2008 and was retained by voters in 2010 and 2016. Polston received a partisanship confidence score of Mild Republican.


Florida Supreme Court - Retention

¿Que este juez continúe en al cargo? Elija Sí o NoEstatal  

Jorge Labarga (Titular)

Labarga was appointed to the court by then-Republican Gov. Charlie Crist in 2009 and was retained by voters in 2010 and 2016. Labarga received a partisanship confidence score of Mild Republican.


Respaldado por

Florida Supreme Court - Retention

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John Daniel Couriel (Titular)

Couriel was appointed to the court by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) in 2020. Couriel received a partisanship confidence score of Strong Republican.


No

Florida Supreme Court - Retention

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Jamie Rutland Grosshans (Titular)

Grosshans was appointed to the state supreme court by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) in 2020.


No

Florida 2nd District Court of Appeal - Retention

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Matthew C. Lucas (Titular)

Lucas was appointed to the court by Gov. Rick Scott (R) in 2014 and was retained by voters in 2016.


Florida 2nd District Court of Appeal - Retention

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Craig Villanti (Titular)

Villanti was appointed to the court by Gov. Jeb Bush (R) in 2003 and was most recently retained by voters in 2016.


No

Florida 2nd District Court of Appeal - Retention

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Suzanne Labrit (Titular)

Labrit was appointed to the court by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) in 2020.


No

Florida 2nd District Court of Appeal - Retention

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Nelly Khouzam (Titular)

Khouzam was appointed to the court by then-Republican Gov. Charlie Crist in 2008. She was retained by voters in 2010 and 2016.


Respaldado por

Florida 2nd District Court of Appeal - Retention

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Patricia Kelly (Titular)

Kelly was appointed to the court by Gov. Jeb Bush (R) in 2001 and was most recently retained by voters in 2016.


Respaldado por

Florida 2nd District Court of Appeal - Retention

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Robert J. Morris Jr. (Titular)

Morris was appointed to the court by then-Republican Gov. Charlie Crist. He was retained by voters in 2010 and 2016.


Respaldado por

Florida 2nd District Court of Appeal - Retention

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John K. Stargel (Titular)

Stargel was appointed to the court by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) in 2020.


No

Florida 2nd District Court of Appeal - Retention

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Stevan Northcutt (Titular)

Northcutt was appointed to the court by Gov. Lawton Chiles (D) in 1997 and was most recently retained by the voters in 2016.


Respaldado por

Carreras electorales locales

Pinellas County School Board District 3 At-large

Elija Uno (carrera no partidista)Local  

Pinellas County School Board District 6

Elija Uno (carrera no partidista)Local  

Pinellas County Commission District 2 At-large

Elija UnoLocal  

Pinellas County Court

Elija Uno Jueza/Juez (carrera no partidista)Local  

Florida Sixth Judicial Circuit State Attorney - Special

Elija UnoLocal  

Medidas y Proposiciones

Florida Estado Propuestas incluídas en la boleta

Amendment 1Florida Amendment 1, Disregard Flood Resistance Improvements in Property Value Assessments Measure (2022)
A "yes" vote supported authorizing the state legislature to pass laws prohibiting flood resistance improvements to a home from being taken into consideration when determining a property's assessed value for property tax purposes.

A "no" vote opposed the amendment, thereby continuing to allow flood resistance improvements to a home to be taken into consideration when determining a property's assessed value for property tax purposes.
Amendment 2Florida Amendment 2, Abolish the Constitution Revision Commission Measure (2022)
A "yes" vote supported abolishing the Florida Constitution Revision Commission, a 37-member commission that meets every 20 years to propose changes to the state's constitution and refer them to the statewide ballot for voter approval or rejection.

A "no" vote opposed abolishing the Florida Constitution Revision Commission.
Amendment 3Florida Amendment 3, Additional Homestead Property Tax Exemption for Certain Public Service Workers Measure (2022)
A "yes" supported authorizing the Florida State Legislature to provide an additional homestead property tax exemption on $50,000 of assessed value on property owned by certain public service workers including teachers, law enforcement officers, emergency medical personnel, active duty members of the military and Florida National Guard, and child welfare service employees.

A "no" opposed authorizing the Florida State Legislature to provide an additional homestead property tax exemption on $50,000 of assessed value on property owned by certain public service workers.

St. Petersburg Ciudad/Pueblo Propuestas incluídas en la boleta

Charter Amendment 1St. Petersburg, Florida, Charter Amendment 1, Move Odd-Year Municipal Elections to Coincide With Even-Year State and National Elections Measure (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported holding municipal elections in even-numbered years coinciding with state and national elections, rather than in odd-numbered years, beginning in 2024.
"Sí" Recomendado por
A "no" vote opposed moving municipal elections to even-numbered years, thereby continuing to hold them during odd-numbered years.
Charter Amendment 2St. Petersburg, Florida, Charter Amendment 2, City Council Residency Requirements After Redistricting Measure (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported amending city council residency requirements to allow councilmembers to complete their terms following redistricting as long as their residency is maintained within their previous or new districts.
"Sí" Recomendado por
A "no" vote opposed amending city council residency requirements to allow councilmembers to complete their terms following redistricting as long as their residency is maintained within their previous or new districts.
Referendum Question 1St. Petersburg, Florida, Referendum Question 1, Dalí Museum Expansion Construction Measure (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported amending the lease of city-owned property used by the Dal Museum to allow construction of museum expansion and development of the Center for the Arts.
"Sí" Recomendado por
A "no" vote opposed amending the lease of city-owned property used by the Dal Museum to allow construction of museum expansion and development of the Center for the Arts.
Referendum Question 2St. Petersburg, Florida, Referendum Question 2, Property Tax Exemptions for New and Expanding Businesses Creating New Full-Time Jobs Measure (November 2022)

A "yes" vote supported allowing the St. Petersburg City Council to give property tax exemptions to new businesses and expansions of existing businesses expected to create new, full-time jobs in the city.
"Sí" Recomendado por
A "no" vote opposed allowing the St. Petersburg City Council to give property tax exemptions to new businesses and expansions of existing businesses expected to create new, full-time jobs in the city.
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