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Four Seek One Seat on City Council

Voting BoothsOn January 12th at 5:00 PM, the Boca Raton City Council closed its door to candidates seeking to run for City Council Seats C and D.

For Seat D, the only candidate filed is Robert Weinroth, giving him a full three year term to serve The City of Boca Raton. Weinroth was elected in 2014 to finish out the last year of ex-Councilman Anthony Majhess’ term, after Majhess decided to run for mayor.

Deputy Major Constance Scott is term-limited, leaving Seat C open to one of four candidates filed. The candidates for Seat C are Frank Chapman, Armand Grossman, Jeremy Rodgers and Jamie Sauer.

The municipal election will be held on March 10, 2015. City residents can opt to Vote By Mail by requesting an Absentee Ballot, online, from the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, Susan Bucher, at or by voting, in person, on March 10th.

Early Voting will not be offered for the municipal election.

Only one Council seat will appear on the ballot making it likely the turn-out will be lighter than last year when a majority of the Council (Mayor & two City Council Members) was on the ballot.

The winner of the election for Council Seat C and Robert Weinroth will be sworn in on March 31st and will join Mayor Susan Haynie, Council Members Michael Mullaugh and Scott Singer for the Organizational Meeting, immediately thereafter.

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