A recount in Kenneth City is on the way for candidates in the town’s recent election, which was just about as close as it could possibly be. The Pinellas County Canvassing Board will meet Friday, Mar. 17, at 10 a.m. at the Election Service Center in Largo. The board will certify the unofficial results for […]
Two races for the Board of County Commissioners have a single unopposed candidate. The voter registration deadline is July 25 for the primary, scheduled for Aug. 23. Early voting locations will be accessible Aug. 13-21, and the deadline to request a mail-in ballot is Aug. 13.
A local resident called the Gabber office last week to report political signs stolen in his neighborhood, his house included.
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.
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.
Part two of the Gabber’s look at down-ballot races, including the Pinellas County Tax Collector and Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller.
In a year of tragedy and disappointment, we may feel afraid and powerless – but there’s one thing we can do: Vote.