March 2021 Palm Beach County Municipal Elections Endorsements

Florida Armenians is proud to endorse the following candidates that are running in the upcoming March 9, 2021 municipal elections in Palm Beach County. Please be advised that municipal elections are for residents within the city limits. If you don’t know if you are eligible to vote in these elections please check your voter registration by visiting the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office or click here to look up your voter registration and or update your address and information.

Boca Raton

Seat C: Constance Scott

Constance Scott previously served two terms on the Boca Raton City Council (2009-2015). She is endorsed by the Palm Beach Post, Business Leaders United PAC, International Association of Firefighters Local 1560, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #35, The Palm Beach County Human Rights Council Voters Alliance, Broward-Palm Beaches-St. Lucie Realtors, as well as Palm Beach County School Board Chair Frank Barbieri, Jr.

Seat D: Brian Stenberg

Brian Stenberg is endorsed by Business Leaders United PAC, and the Broward-Palm Beaches-St. Lucie Realtors.

Delray Beach

Mayor: Tracy Caruso

Tracy Caruso is endorsed by the Palm Beach County Economic Council, PBC Police Benevolent Association, International Association of Firefighters Local 1842, SEUI-FPSU, the Set Neighborhood Alliance, as well as PBC Commissioners Robert Weinroth, Maria Marino, and State Reps. Joe Casello and Mike Caruso, among others.

Sear 1: Adam Frankel

Adam Frankel is running for re-election and is endorsed by the Palm Beach County Economic Council, PBC Police Benevolent Association, International Association of Firefighters Local 1842, the Set Neighborhood Alliance, The Palm Beach County Human Rights Council Voters Alliance, SEIU-FL, as well as Congressman Ted Deutch, State Senator Lori Berman, and PBC Commissioners Robert Weinroth, Mack Bernard, and Maria Sachs.

Seat 3: Ryan Boylston

Ryan Boylston is running for re-election and is endorsed by the Palm Beach Post, Sun-Sentinel, Palm Beach County Economic Council, PBC Police Benevolent Association, International Association of Firefighters Local 1842, Broward-Palm Beaches-St. Lucie Realtors, The Palm Beach County Human Rights Council Voters Alliance, SEIU-FL, and seven former Mayors of Delray Beach.

Palm Beach

Edward “Ted Cooney

Ted Cooney is endorsed by the entire Palm Beach Town Council, namely outgoing Mayor Gail Coniglio, Mayor-Elect Dani Moore, Town Council President Maggie Zeidman, Town Council members Bobbie Lindsay and Lew Crampton, as well as the PBC Human Rights Council Voters Alliance

Palm Beach Gardens

Group 2: Marcie Tinsley

Marcie Tinsley is endorsed by BIZPAC, Broward-Palm Beach-St. Lucie Realtors. The Economic Council of PBC. Equality Florida Action PAC. PBC Human Rights Council Voters Alliance, PBC Police Benevolent Association, Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce PAC, Professional Firefighters / Paramedics of Palm Beach County, Local 2928, I.A.F.F., Inc., and SEIU-FL.

West Palm Beach

District 2: Shalonda Warren

Shalonda Warren is endorsed by the Fraternal Order of Police WPB Lodge 2, Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches Leadership PAC, PBC Human Rights Council Voters Alliance, SEIU Florida, as well as WPB Mayor Keith James, and WPB City Commissioners Christina Lambert and Christy Fox, among others.

District 4: Joe Peduzzi

Joe Peduzzi is currently serving on the West Palm Beach City Commission and deserves re-election. He is endorsed by the Fraternal Order of Police WPB Lodge 2, Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches Leadership PAC, PBC Human Rights Council Voters Alliance, SEUI-Florida, AFL-CIO Florida, as well as WPB Mayor Keith James, and WPB City Commissioners Christina Lambert, Kelly Shaof, Christy Fox, and Cory Neering, among others.

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