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Elections

  • Pledge to Vote

    The Levy County Supervisor of Elections is seeking to increase voter participation this election year by organizing a “Pledge to Vote” campaign.

    Supervisor Tammy Jones said this is a non-partisan push to encourage voters to take a proactive role in this year's elections. Businesses and organizations that partner with her office on this campaign will be promoted on the Supervisor of Elections Office Facebook page.

  • Candidate Meeks for District 1

    Hello, my name is John Meeks and it has been my privilege to represent you as District 1 County Commissioner for the last 3 1/2 years. My wife Stephanie and I have been married for 13 years. We live in Bronson with our four children; Liam (10), Carson (8), Nolan (5), and Remmie (2). I am the son of Robert and Mary Meeks of Bronson. We attend Ellzey Methodist Church. I am currently the manager of Bronson Ace Hardware, a position I have held for the last 14 years. I graduated from the University of Florida with a BA Degree in History.

  • Candidate: Berlon Weeks for County Commission

    My name is Berlon Weeks and I would like to ask you for your vote for Levy County Commission, District 1.

  • Candidate Profile Florida Congressional District 2

    Dr. Neal Dunn is a Republican candidate for Florida Congressional District 2. As a surgeon, a veteran and a businessman in Panama City, Dr. Dunn is committed to fighting for conservative values, such as repealing Obamacare, cutting spending, stopping illegal immigration, protecting the Second Amendment and rebuilding our military.

    Dr. Dunn graduated from Washington & Lee University as a Distinguished Military Graduate. He then attended George Washington Medical School and completed his residency training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

  • Clinton, Trump win

    Businessman Donald Trump was the unofficial big winner in the Republican presidential primary voting in Levy County as he received 57.64 percent of the Republican vote. He was far ahead of his only challengers in the race for the GOP nomination, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz with 19.62 percent, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio with 15.30 percent and Ohio Gov. John Kasich with 3.9 percent.

    On the Democratic side former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was barely ahead of her rival Sen. Bernie Sanders with 50.03 percent of the vote to his 43.15 percent.

  • Brooks running for commissioner of district 5

    I am announcing my candidacy for Levy County Commissioner, District 5. 

    I’m not simply running to be a Levy County Commissioner. I’m running to work for you, as your Levy County Commissioner. I want to do my part to ensure our children, our grandchildren and their children have the opportunity to live, work and enjoy this great place we call Levy County. 

  • Breeden running for commissioner of district 3

    I am excited to announce my candidacy for Levy County Commissioner, District 3. This has been a long time dream of mine, and I look forward to the possibility of serving this great county. I am a fifth generation Levy County native, raised and educated in the Levy County school system. I have a vested interest in not only sustaining the greatness here but also ensuring a clear and positive future for generations to come.

    1. I will use logical reasoning and business experience to ensure the decisions made will help sustain our way of life while encouraging growth.

  • Fanning election

    Tommy Darus:

    My name is Tommy Darus and I am running for Fanning Springs City Council and would appreciate your vote on January 19, 2016. I was born and raised in Gainesville and have worked in this area for the past 17 years and have lived in the area for the past 5 years.

  • Congressional candidate makes visit to Bronson

    Mary Thomas of Leon County, visited Bronson on Wednesday, Oct. 14, to meet and greet political leaders and supporters.

    She was greeted by, from left to right, Chris  Cowart, Levy County School Board member; George Lambka, member of the Levy County Republican Executive Committee and state Republican Executive Committeeman, Thomas, and Berlon Weeks, businessman and former Bronson City Council member. 

  • Chiefland election over

    Chiefland City Commissioner Rollin Hudson has said the hottest day of the year usually turns out to be city elections day.

    That’s because its held on the first Tuesday in August, a hot time of year in Florida.

    But Hudson and two other city commissioners up for re-election – Betty Walker and Chris Jones – won’t have to worry about the weather on Aug. 4 as they are all unopposed for office.