The Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections has reported that 11% of St. Petersburg voters have now cast a ballot in the city’s municipal elections, which are two weeks away, set for Nov. 2. The ballot will include the city’s mayoral election, four City Council contests and seven charter amendments.
Of the 20,091 mail-in ballots returned so far, 10,200 have been cast by Democrats, 6,087 have been cast by Republicans and 3,694 have been cast by third party or non-partisan voters, according to the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Office.
Races will be voted on citywide, made up of 185,035 voters.
– Kelly Hayes, The Tampa Bay 100