The Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections mailed 95,381 ballots on Tuesday to kick off the St. Petersburg Primary Election. Another 1,438 ballots have been mailed to absent military and overseas voters.
The St. Pete Primary Election is set for Aug. 24. The city of St. Pete has a total of 190,965 registered voters as of June, made up of 89,057 Democrats, 49,992 Republicans and 51,916 third party or no-party affiliated voters.
All eligible registered voters can request a mail-in ballot by calling 727-464-8683 or by emailing MailBallot@VotePinellas.gov.
The ballot will include the city’s mayoral race and three City Council races.
– Kelly Hayes, Florida Politics