Welcome to the League of Women Voters St. Petersburg Voter Guide for the 2017 General Election
Click on any of the races listed below to find biographical data on candidates appearing on your November 2017 General Election ballot, as well as their responses to issue-based questions.
Candidates for Mayor of St. Petersburg, FL
St. Petersburg, FL City Council – District 2
St. Petersburg, FL City Council – District 4
St. Petersburg, FL City Council – District 6
St Petersburg City Council – District 8
- Amy Elizabeth Foster
About the Voter Guide: Candidates were informed, when they received our request to participate in the LWV’s survey, that their responses would not be edited for content, nor corrected for spelling or grammar. To promote readability, we asked that candidates limit their responses to each survey question to a maximum of 200 words, unless otherwise noted. They were advised that answers would be cut off at the designated word limit when published, as we have done in some instances.
Can’t find the information you are seeking? Please check back regularly, as new candidate information and helpful content is posted several times a week.
Be Ready to Vote!
- Important Dates:Oct.10 – Registration deadline to vote in the General Election (passed)
Oct. 28 – Early voting begins (Mon. – Fri. 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Sat. & Sun. 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
Nov. 1 – Deadline for voter to request Mail Ballot to be mailed
Nov. 5 – Last day of early voting for General Election (9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
Nov. 6 – Last day to pick up and/or drop off a Mail Ballot at Supervisor of Elections
Nov. 7 – ELECTION DAY at the polls
- View voter rights and responsibilities on the Pinellas County Supervisor of Election website.
- Find where to vote
- Voting Tips for Students
Attention Vote-by-Mail Voters
Make sure your signature is up to date and on file at the Supervisor of Elections Office.
- It is important to have your updated signature on file with the Supervisor of Elections office. This is the signature on file that must match your signature on a mail ballot certificate envelope in order for your ballot to be counted.
- If your signature or identifying mark has changed, you may update your signature on a Voter Registration Application. In addition to the online form, applications may also be obtained at any public library, tax collector office or Supervisor of Elections Office (SOE).
- Signature updates can be made at any time, but must be received before mail ballots are canvassed in order to be accepted for an election. Check with the SOE office to find out the first canvassing board date (deadline to update a signature), because posted dates may change as the election nears.
- You may mail your Voter Registration form with your signature update to the SOE office. However, if you are at all concerned that it may not arrive in time, the League recommends that you deliver it in person to any one of the three Supervisor of Elections offices.
- DON’T FORGET TO SIGN AND DATE THE BACK OF THE BALLOT ENVELOP BEFORE MAILING.