2024 Municipal Election & Florida's Presidential Preference Primary Election (PPP) 

Municipal Election

The next regularly scheduled Municipal Election for the City of Boca Raton will take place on Tuesday, March 19, 2024. The open seats are those of Seat C and Seat D. Learn about the candidates running for Seat C and Seat D.

  • The last day to register to vote for the 2024 Municipal Election was on Tuesday, February 20, 2024.
    Information on Voter Registration is available through the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections.

Florida's Presidential Preference Primary Election (PPP)

Florida’s Presidential Preference Primary Election (PPP) will also take place on Tuesday, March 19, 2024. This Primary is a closed-primary election. You must be registered with one of Florida’s major political parties to be eligible to vote in the PPP.

  • The last day to register to vote with the major political party of your choice for the Presidential Preference Primary Election is Tuesday, February 20, 2024. Visit the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections to register to vote.


Vote-By-Mail

  • Voters wishing to vote by mail in the 2024 elections are required to make a new Vote-by-Mail request.
  • "Request for all elections" on the form. 
  • Request a Vote-by-Mail ballot through Palm Beach County Elections Voting Services. 


Need to register to vote? 

Register at RegistertoVoteFlorida.gov


Sample Ballot

Voters registered as Republican will receive ballots containing candidate names for the Republican Presidential Preferential Primary as well as the candidate names for the Municipal Election.

Voters registered as Democrat or Independent will receive ballots with only the candidate names for the Municipal Election.

                        Municipal Election 2024 
                                 Sample Ballot 

PPP & Municipal Election 2024 
                Sample Ballot 

Municipal Election Sample Ballot - March 2024
PPP & Municipal Election Sample Ballot- March 2024

** POLLING LOCATION CHANGE**

Precinct 1729 (Center for Spiritual Living) has been relocated to Sugar Sand Park Community Center, 
300 South Military Trail.

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