Jack’s Conservative Voter Guides are back in Boca Raton

After a four-year hiatus, Jack’s Conservative Voter Guides are back.

I published, printed, and mailed Jack’s Voter Guides in Palm Beach County for fourteen years. I stopped publishing the guides in 2016 because I was too busy to do the research correctly, and I did not want to send out poorly researched guides.

I am only doing a voter guide for my hometown of Boca Raton this election cycle, but I’ll be back guns blazing in the next election.

Absentee ballots are supposed to get mailed on Feb. 8th, so with all the people voting absentee these days, my guide will get sent out earlier than it used to.

I advocate voting “yes” on both charter amendments. The full text of the amendments can be found further down in this post.

As always, these are my personal choices and opinions. BizPac Review does not endorse candidates. BizPac of PBC is a separate legal entity and is not supporting any Boca Raton municipal election candidates.

Whatever you decide to do and whomever you choose to vote for, we need every conservative vote we can get, so please vote.

March 9, 2021 Municipal Election Ballot Language for Proposed Charter Amendment:

Amending the Residency Requirements for City Council Candidates (Including Candidates for Mayor) The City Charter currently provides that a person seeking to qualify as a candidate for

City Council, including candidates for Mayor, must be a city resident for at least 30 days before the first day of the qualifying period. The proposed amendment regarding residency (to be effective April 1, 2021 ), lengthens the residency period to one year, disqualifies persons with a non-City homestead exemption, and provides that proof

of residency will be established by ordinance.

Shall the Charter be Amended? Yes      No       

Requiring Signatures of 200 Electors to Qualify as a Candidate for City Council and Mayor The City Charter currently provides that a person seeking to qualify as a candidate for City Council, including candidates for Mayor, must pay a qualifying fee. The proposed amendment (to be effective April 1, 2021) eliminates the fee, and instead requires candidates to submit a Petition with signatures of 200 or more registered city voters,

and provides that procedures relating to petition signatures will be adopted by ordinance.

Shall the Charter be Amended? Yes      No       

 

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