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Elections

  • Guide to election day transportation

    Transportation services will be provided to all Levy County voters that wish to vote early or on election day.

  • Candidates forum at VFW Friday

        The VFW Post No. 5625 of Chiefland and the Chiefland Citizen are hosting a candidates forum on Friday, Aug. 1, at 6 p.m.

  • Early voting under way

    Supervisor of Elections Tammy Jones opened early voting on Monday for the Aug. 26 primary election at her office at 421 S. Court St., next to the county courthouse, in Bronson. 

    Balloting hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Saturday, Aug. 23.

    All voters will be voting in the 8th Judicial Circuit judgeship for Group 12 where incumbent William E. Davis faces challenger William Falik.

  • Answers to 'tough' questions

    Because there was not enough time to ask all the questions submitted by the public at a recent candidates forum hosted by the VFW Post 5625 in partnership with the Chiefland Citizen, the "leftover" questions were emailed to all the county candidates to get a written response. 

    Only three chose to respond. 

     

    County Commissioner Candidate Ryan Bell

    1) What are you going to do about EMS sending money to Lewisville, S.C. ? And how much do they keep out of all EMS money?

  • Primary voting ends at 7 p.m.

    It's time to vote folks. Really, primary voting ends at 7 p.m. today. 

    And if you want to see the results, there is the usual viewing party outside the Supervisor of Elections office next to the county courthouse on South Court Street in Bronson.

    There is also a new location to watch results: The fellowship Hall at First Baptist Church in Bronson will be open for residents to watch the results after the polls close. 

  • Merritt wins Inglis mayor post

    Voters in Inglis have chosen a new mayor — Drinda Merritt who won with 222 votes over Carol Gibson with 140 votes and Stephen Smalldridge with 25 votes.

    She will replace Mayor Glenda Kirkland. 

  • Rooks-Bell race narrows to 4 votes

    The margin of victory narrowed to four votes but has not changed the outcome in the County Commmission District 4 race after the Levy County Canvassing Board tallied nine of fourteen provisional ballots. The board also rejected counting five provisional ballots for various reasons — including those of two people who had voted absentee and attempted to vote at the polls. 

  • Ballots have hit the mail

    The books are not yet closed for the Aug. 26 primary and 4,443 absentee ballots are in the mail headed to voters who requested them. Another 46 have gone out to Florida residents who are in the military – who received 16 electronically, or who work or travel overseas.

  • Dear candidates,

    Your free announcement in the Chiefland Citizen is due by 5 p.m., Monday, July 7. This is your opportunity for 500 unfiltered words to the voters with a photo (headshot only). 

  • The campaign season is on

    The Levy County Commission races are starting to heat up even though the primary is not until Aug. 26. And the school board races have attracted at least one incumbent candidate.