ST. LUCIE REPUBLICAN VOTING GUIDE

Next Election: August 23rd, 2022 (School Board and Republican Primaries)

August 23rd, 2022 is Election Day for three St. Lucie School Board Candidates and Republican Primaries for those who have challengers. The following candidates have been endorsed by the Republican Party of St. Lucie County.

AUGUST 23RD IS OUR CHANCE TO FLIP THE ST. LUCIE SCHOOL BOARD TO A REPUBLICAN MAJORITY!  MAKE SURE TO VOTE!

**Early Voting August 13th to 20th, 10am - 6pm at the Following Locations**

Vote Early

Indian River State College
500 NW California Blvd
Port St. Lucie, FL 34953 (map)

MidFlorida Event Center 
(PSL Civic Center)
9221 SE Event Center Place
Port St. Lucie, FL 34952 (map)
Vote Early

Paula A. Lewis Library
2950 SW Rosser Blvd
Port St. Lucie, FL 34953 (map)

Port St. Lucie 
Community Center 
2195 SE Airoso Blvd
Port St. Lucie, FL 34984 (map)
Vote Early

Renaissance Business Park
(Former Orange Blossom Mall)
4132 Okeechobee Rd
Fort Pierce, FL 34947 (map)

Zora Neale Hurston Library
3008 Avenue D
Fort Pierce, FL 34947 (map)

The following candidates have been fully endorsed by the Republican Party of St. Lucie County.

Gov Ron DeSantis

Florida Governor
Ron DeSantis

Fl Commissioner of Agriculture 
Vote Wilton Simpson

Congressman Brian Mast

US Congress
Vote Brian Mast

Port St. Lucie Mayor and City Council

Port St. Lucie Mayor
Vote Shannon Martin

Port St. Lucie City Council district 1
Vote Stephanie Morgan

St. Lucie School Board Candidates

School Board District 1
Vote Brian Capp

St. Lucie School Board

School Board District 3
Vote Donnita Graben

St. Lucie School Board

School Board District 5
Vote Troy Ingersoll

Fort Pierce Commission Candidates

Fort Pierce Commission 
Vote James Clasby

St. Lucie County Commission Republican Primary Candidates

Note:  We have two Republican Candidates running in the primary for St. Lucie County Commission District 4. Please visit their websites and contact them to find out more about them. Their website information is below.

Jamie Fowler

votejamiefowler.com

Martha Hornsby

marthahornsbycampaign.net

Economic Development Incentive Referendum

The Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Exemption would allow the County to encourage the establishment of new businesses and the expansion of existing businesses by granting an exemption from County property taxes of up to 100 percent of only the assessed value of improvements and personal property for those businesses. Any exemption would only remain in effect for up to ten (10) years and would not apply to school, city or voter approved taxes.

Contact St. Lucie County Commissioner Cathy Townsend for more information about this Referendum at TownsendC@stlucieco.org or 772-462-1100