Published on February 15, 2022 at 6:39 pm
Early voting is underway in the race to fill the Jacksonville at-large city council seat vacated by the late Tommy Hazouri. A special election in December narrowed the field to two candidates: Republican Nick Howland and Democrat Tracye Polson.
Up until Feb. 20, voters can cast a ballot at any of the 14 libraries, community centers and churches operating as early voting sites. Voting sites are open seven days a week.
On Election Day, Feb. 22, voters can cast a ballot only at their neighborhood precinct.
Before heading out to vote, test your knowledge about who the city’s next council representative could be!
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