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Flagler Leads 20 North and Central Florida Counties in Early Voting Turnout With Double Average Rate

| August 25, 2014

Flagler County’s comparatively high turnout took place despite the county’s and city’s prohibition on campaign signs, suggesting that the election supervisor’s claim that the prohibition would discourage voters was not accurate.

The Phony War Over Campaign Signs

| August 17, 2014

The problem isn’t the county’s ban on campaign signs at the public library, it’s the dismal slate of candidates on this year’s primary ballots, but Flagler’s Ronald Reagan Assembly candidates and Supervisor of Elections Weeks have teamed up to play up a bogus controversy.

Bill Clinton in Florida Tells Democrats:
Get Out the Vote Or Lose

| June 29, 2014

Hammering on a theme heard throughout the day, former President Bill Clinton warned Democrats they won’t win critical races this fall if they don’t figure out how to get voters to cast ballots.

Bunnell Mayor Robinson Coasting to Re-Election Unopposed; 3 Vie for 2 Other Seats

| January 16, 2013

As in 2010, Mayor Catherine Robinson is facing no opposition, with Friday’s qualifying deadline fast approaching. Commission incumbents Elbert Tucker and Daisy Henry have qualified, with just one additional candidate, Bill Baxley, in the mix.

Scenes from Flagler’s Election Day

| November 6, 2012

Short lines, minor problems, strange decisions at polling locations to restrict campaign solicitors as Flagler County and the rest of the nation votes. FlaglerLive is gathering impressions, reactions and images from Election Day around the county.

Turnout for Palm Coast Election Poor To Dismal Again as Polls Close; Results Soon

| November 8, 2011

By 4 p.m., tallies–including early voting and absentee–had still not totaled the 5,248 voters who turned out for the mayoral election in September, the worst in the city’s history by turnout.

Jon Netts, The 5% Mayor: Election Turnout Was Lowest By Far in City’s 11-Year History

| September 14, 2011

Just 10.6 percent of registered voters turned out on Tuesday, which means that just 4.7 percent of Palm Coast’s voting-age residents made the difference in electing Jon Netts. The turn-out was worse than Bunnell’s and Flagler Beach’s recent city elections.

Lazier Voters: Flagler’s 52% Turnout Was Worst In At Least 16 Years of Mid-Terms

| November 3, 2010

Just 52 percent of Flagler County’s registered voters went to the polls, the lowest voter turnout in at least 16 years of mid-term elections, and likely the lowest turnout since at least the 1974 election, when voter apathy was acute.

Quit Surfing. Quit Working. Go Vote.

| August 24, 2010

Unless you have a well articulated political science doctor’s note, you have no excuse but to go vote today. Precinct locations and guides included.

When Not Voting Is The Loudest Vote

| August 24, 2010

Voting is neither a virtue nor a responsibility. It is a neutral civil right. Not voting is a right of equal weight, a choice as defensible as the choice to vote. Both are exercises in freedom.

Democracy By Default in Bunnell

| April 12, 2010

What happens when you hold an election and nobody shows up? You get Bunnell: 3 city commissioners, unopposed in their last election, were sworn in Monday.

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