The City Clerk is the chief elections officer for the City and ensures that all City elections are conducted in a proper and legal manner. Elections are conducted in an impartial and non-partisan manner.
As the Municipal Supervisor of Elections, the Dunedin City Clerk works closely with the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections to coordinate each election held in the City. The City Clerk is also responsible for qualifying candidates for office, which includes receiving candidate campaign finance reports and financial disclosure reports.
We encourage you to participate in our elections. Your participation in Dunedin's government helps shape and define our community.
The City of Dunedin has the following 11 precincts for elections:
La ciudad de Dunedin tiene los siguientes 11 distritos electorales:
515, 526, 529, 530, 531, 532, 533, 534, 535, 537, 538
Unsure of what your precinct is? Visit the: Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections
¿no está seguro de cuál es su distrito? Vvisite la: página web del supervisor de elecciones del Condado de Pinellas
Know your precinct in Dunedin? Find the location/address: Polling Place List
¿Conoces tu distrito en Dunedin? Encuentre la ubicación/dirección abajo: Lista de lugares de votación
CITY OF DUNEDIN, MUNICIPAL ELECTION SCHEDULE
The City of Dunedin, Florida Municipal Election Schedule is available whether you are running for the election or just simply want to keep up with the elections progress.
Commission seats to be elected in the 2020 General Election:
Mayor - Julie Ward Bujalski
Commissioner Seat 1 - Maureen "Moe" Freaney
Commissioner Seat 3 - Vacant
Per the City Charter, Section 5.03, Elections, the Mayor and Commissioners for Seats 1 & 3 will serve a four (4) year term, commencing the second (2nd) Monday following the election (Special Meeting, November 16, 2020.)
Pursuant to the Dunedin City Charter, Section 5.01, Elections, "All persons qualified as an elector of this State, under the Constitution and Statutes of the State of Florida, who reside within the corporate boundaries of the City of Dunedin, and who are duly registered on the registration books of Pinellas County shall be qualified electors of the City of Dunedin in all elections except as otherwise provided by law."
Further, pursuant to the Dunedin City Code, Sec. 26-73, Method of qualifying, "as a condition precedent to qualifying, the candidates shall be required to file with their petition cards personal affidavits showing that they are residents of the city, having physically resided therein for a period of at least one year immediately prior to submitting the petition cards and are qualified electors of the City."
Further, pursuant to the Dunedin City Code, Sec. 26-74, Time for qualifying, " No person may qualify as a candidate prior to the 113th day before the next city election nor later than 12:00 noon, local time, on the 99th day before the said election, except that if the 99th day falls on a day that is a Saturday, Sunday or city holiday, the qualifying period shall be extended to the next city business day."
Running in the Election??
Below you will find documents to assist candidates in running for this year's elections.
Tab 8, Candidate & Campaign Treasurer Handbook:
Tab 9, The Florida Election Code:
Tab 10, Guide to Sunshine and Code of Ethics: