UPDATED: Gulfport’s election season is here. On Monday, December 14, the City of Gulfport announced the six qualified candidates who will be running for Ward 2 and 4.
It was a big election night in Pinellas with a near 80% voter turnout – and, win or lose, Gulfport came out to party.
Florida voters face a decision on six amendments to the state constitution. The Gabber breaks down each amendment, including major arguments for and against.
Want to avoid voting lines? You have until tomorrow, October 24, to request your mail-in ballot.
The Gabber is reviewing lesser-known races to help voters make a more informed choice in November. In this issue, we take a closer look at District 13 Congressional candidates.
As part of the Gabber’s election coverage, we’re looking at ballot drop-off locations, early voting and transportation options for people to get to the polls.
As part of the Gabber’s election coverage, we’re reviewing lesser-known races. This week we talk to Florida State Senate candidates for District 19.
Whether we go to the polls or we fill out our ballot in the comfort of our homes, the reasons why we exercise our right to vote are varied and personal.
As part of the Gabber’s down-ballot elections coverage, we take a closer look at Florida State Representatives races in District 68 and 69.
Monday, October 5 is the deadline to register to vote or change political party affiliation for the November 3, 2020, general election.
This week’s down-ballot coverage of the November elections features the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners candidates.
As part of the Gabber’s down-ballot elections coverage, we take a closer look at Pinellas County School Board candidates for Districts 1 and 7.