The deadline to register to vote in time for the town’s March 12 general municipal election is two weeks away.
Registration must be received by Monday, Feb. 11.
For information about voter registration, Manatee County residents should contact the Manatee County Supervisor of Elections Office, votemanatee.com, and Sarasota County residents should contact the Sarasota County Supervisor of Elections Office, sarasotavotes.com.
Early voting will take place from March 2 through March 8, at Longboat Key Town Hall.
Three races are contested in this year’s election:
Larry Grossman is seeking the District 4 seat held by Mayor Jim Brown; Gene Jaleski is challenging Commissioner Phill Younger for one of two at-large seats; and Irwin Pastor is running against Commissioner Terry Gans for the other at-large seat.
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