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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.

Palm Coast Candidates Ask: When’s the Election? City: We’ll Get Back To You

| July 15, 2011

Palm Coast’s city administration, responsible for running the city council and mayor elections scheduled for Sept. 13 and Nov. 8, hasn’t yet figured out whether to hold all elections in September or just the mayor’s race.

Palm Coast Voter to City Council: “Reducing Voting Locations Is Insane”

| March 13, 2011

In a letter to the Palm Coast City Council, Steven Jones, a Palm Coast resident and voter since 1984, opposes reducing polling locations from 21 to six, and offshoring early voting to Bunnell.

Palm Coast City Election: Reducing Polling Locations, Changing to Even Years

| March 13, 2011

Polling locations would be reduced from 21 to six, early voting might be reduced to a week, and voters will be asked to approve a charter amendment that would switch elections to even years, to save money and take advantage of turn-out.

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