Jacksonville is holding the general election for City Council on May 14, 2019.
Voters need to know which candidates will make the St. Johns a priority and lead the charge to address the problems that degrade our river's health.
As a result, St. Johns RIVERKEEPER asked all of the candidates running for Jacksonville City Council and Mayor to complete our Candidate Survey and sign a Resiliency Pledge.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, St. Johns RIVERKEEPER does not endorse candidates. However, we will do our best to let you know where the candidates stand on key river-related issues. Once completed surveys and signed pledges are received, we will post them on this website.
Here's what you do leading up to the election:
- Encourage candidates to complete St. Johns RIVERKEEPER's City Council Candidate Survey.
- Ask candidates to complete the Candidate Resiliency Pledge.
- Share the Resiliency Pledge Flyer with your friends, family and neighbors. If you would like copies of the flyer to distribute, contact Kelly@stjohnsriverkeeper.org.
- Attend Candidate Forums and ask questions about where they stand on protecting your river!
LEARN MORE about the Candidate Resiliency Pledge and why we need our elected leaders to take action to address rising waters!
Early voting begins on April 29, 2019. Make sure to VOTE FOR THE RIVER!