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Tuesday Is Election Day in Eight Pinellas Cities

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Tuesday (March 10) is the last day to cast a ballot in local elections in eight Pinellas municipalities.

PINELLAS COUNTY – Voters will have one last chance on Tuesday (March 10) to decide who will represent them on various commissions or councils in eight Pinellas cities: Belleair, Belleair Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, Kenneth City, Oldsmar, Safety Harbor, St. Pete Beach and Treasure Island. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For general election information, see the Pinellas Supervisor of Elections at


A former town commissioner is facing two incumbents in a race for two seats on the Belleair City Commission. For more information, see “Three candidates compete for two Belleair Commission seats,”

Belleair Beach

Two incumbents, a former council member and a political newcomer are seeking the three available seats on the Belleair City Council. For more, see “Four candidates seeking three seats in Belleair Beach,”

Indian Rocks Beach

Two incumbents are facing a political newcomer in the race for two seats on the Indian Rocks commission. For more, see “Indian Rocks Beach candidates largely in agreement,” Voters will also have a chance to weigh in on 13 charter amendments. For information, see

Kenneth City

Voters in Kenneth City have a choice between a political newcomer and a council veteran in the race for mayor. They have a choice of six running for the three open council seats. For more, see “Kenneth City candidates: Let’s All Get Along,”


Three candidates are running for the one open seat in Oldsmar. For more, see “Three Oldsmar candidates agree on downtown project as a priority,” Oldsmar also has three charter amendments on the ballot. See

Safety Harbor

Two seats on the Safety Harbor City Commission are up for grabs. Each has two candidates vying for it. For more, see “Safety Harbor candidate considers choosing commission over day job,” Voters will also have their say on six charter amendments. See,

St. Pete Beach

Two candidates – an incumbent and a political newcomer – are running for the one open seat on the St. Pete Beach City Commission. For information, see “Two candidates vie for St. Pete Beach commission seat,”

Treasure Island

Voters will decide whether to stick with their mayor or choose a political newcomer in Treasure Island. See, “Treasure Island mayoral candidates differ on spending, policing,”

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