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Voting and Elections

The next Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, March 19, 2024, with a Run-Off on Tuesday, April 2, 2024 (if necessary) for Mayor, Commissioner District 1 and Commissioner District 3. There is also a referendum question on the ballot. Vote by Mail ballots must be requested every year. District Maps and polling locations are under the Documents & Downloads tab. Early voting will be from March 9 - 17. There are no early voting locations in the City; information is on the Supervisor of Elections website under the Important Links tab.

Popular Resources

Candidate Treasurer Reports & Qualifying Paperwork

(2024 Election campaign treasurer reports and qualifying papers)

Information for Candidates

(candidate handbook, election calendar, election information)

Previous years' Candidate Treasurer Reports

(campaign reports prior to 2023)

New District Boundary Map

Use the link below to download the new District Boundary Map. (It is a full-size image and may take a moment to load.)

Click Here to Download
district boundaries representation.

City Clerk

City Clerk

7 North Dixie Highway Lake Worth Beach FL, 33460

561-586-1662

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The City of Lake Worth Beach General Election will be held on Tuesday, March 19, 2024, (with a Run-Off Election on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, if necessary), between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. for the following three seats:

Mayor
Commissioner District 1
Commissioner District 3

There is one referendum question:

SHALL THE CITY OF LAKE WORTH BEACH AMEND ITS CHARTER AT SECTION 2 OF ARTICLE II TO AUTHORIZE ELECTION DISTRICTS TO BE AMENDED, BY ORDINANCE, AFTER EACH DECENNIAL CENSUS TO ENSURE THAT THE DISTRICTS COMPLY WITH APPLICABLE LAW?

YES _____  

NO _____

Currently, there is nothing in the City’s Charter to address redistricting.  This question would require that the districts be re-examined after each 10-year census to ensure that the City’s population was reasonably equal across the districts.

This amendment would add language to the Charter that revisions to the districts could be done by ordinance if changes were found to be necessary.

District 1 ballot

District 3 ballot