What you need to know before voting in Palm Beach Gardens

David Levy and Carl Woods are running for the Group 4 seat on Palm Beach Gardens City Council. Courtesy photos

David Levy and Carl Woods are running for the Group 4 seat on Palm Beach Gardens City Council. Courtesy photos

It’s finally time for Floridians to cast their ballots! While the presidential race has everyone talking, Gardens voters will also choose a city councilman.

Here’s what you need to know before heading to the polls:

  1. The Palm Beach Post made an app to help you figure out which candidate’s views most align with yours. Find it here. If you’re still stumped, here’s an article previewing the race and coverage of the North County Neighborhood Coalition’s candidate forum.
  2. Your polling place may have moved. Voters from eight precincts who would normally go to the Mirasol Sales and Info Center are being directed to Marsh Pointe Elementary School because of construction. Find out if you’re affected here.
  3. Two candidates dropped out after the ballots were printed. Kevin Easton exited the race for the Group 4 seat last month, so only votes for David Levy or Carl Woods will count. Takeata King Pang dropped out of the race for the Group 2 seat, so Maria Marino has already been elected.

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