2023 Uniform Municipal Elections


Election Day - March 14, 2023

Deadline to register – Monday, February 13, 2023

Deadline to request that a VBM ballot be mailed to you - 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 4, 2023

Early Voting - Not available

Deadline to return VBM Ballot - 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 14, 2023


What is a Municipal Election?

Municipalities have governing bodies whereby the members are elected by the voters living within the municipality. Each of the 39 municipalities in Palm Beach County has a charter that stipulates the term of the office and the frequency of the elections. The Municipal Election is run by the municipality, therefore, each has its own qualifying dates and rules, pursuant to its charter and ordinances. A municipality may have a provision in its charter that necessitates a Run-Off election. All voters eligible to vote within the municipality may vote in the Municipal Run-Off Election.

Voters living within the boundaries of the municipality are eligible to participate in the election for that municipality. Voters living in unincorporated Palm Beach County are not eligible to participate in municipal elections. Voters can find their municipality on their voter registration information card or by calling our office at (561) 656-6200.


Participating Municipalities

  1. Atlantis, City of
  2. Belle Glade, City of
  3. Boca Raton, City of
  4. Boynton Beach, City of
  5. Delray Beach, City of
  6. Highland Beach, Town of
  7. Hypoluxo
  8. Juno Beach, Town of
  9. Lake Clarke Shores, Town of
  10. Lake Park, Town of
  11. Lantana, Town of
  12. Mangonia Park, Town of
  13. Ocean Ridge, Town of
  14. Palm Beach Shores, Town of
  15. Palm Springs, Village of
  16. South Bay, City of
  17. Tequesta, Village of

Early Voting – Not available.

Vote-by-Mail Ballots – Municipal voters have the option to Vote-by-Mail. Requests can be made to the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office via e-mail, phone call, in person, or in writing. More information about voting by mail can be found on the Vote-by-Mail page.

Candidate Qualifying - The Municipal Clerk is the qualifying officer for all candidates running for municipal offices.

Campaign Financing - Any information regarding campaign contributions and expenditures will be contained within the campaign files in the office of the Municipal Clerk. These files are open to public inspection and copies of the reports may be purchased.

Polling Places – Municipalities are responsible for securing the polling places for their elections. They may or may not use the same places that are used during a countywide election. Voters will be notified by mail if the polling place being used for the municipal election is different from the polling place used during countywide elections. 

Canvassing Board - Each municipality's Canvassing Board is made up of members as outlined in its charter. 

The Municipal Clerk is the Supervisor of their election. Our office is working closely with each Clerk, however, questions specific to the Municipal Election should be directed to the Municipal Clerk's office. 



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Wendy Sartory Link
Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections
MAIN OFFICE: 240 South Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33415
P.O. Box 22309, West Palm Beach, FL 33416
P: (561) 656-6200 | F: (561) 656-6287
Hours for All Offices: M - F: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Northeast County Courthouse
3188 P.G.A. Blvd.
Rm. #2401
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

P: (561) 624-6555
F: (561) 624-6572
Southeast PBC Administrative Complex
345 South Congress Avenue
Rm. #103
Delray Beach, FL 33445

P: (561) 276-1226
F: (561) 276-1321
West County Office Building
2976 State Road #15
Second Floor
Belle Glade, FL 33430

P: (561) 992-1114
F: (561) 992-1219

7835 Central Industrial Drive
Riviera Beach, FL 33404

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