Belleair – 1,359
Belleair Beach – 559
Gulfport – 2,793
Indian Shores – 454
Madeira Beach – 1,117
Pinellas Park – 9,690
Seminole – 5,344
Treasure Island Districts 2 and 4 – 773
St. Pete Beach District 1 Runoff – 714
In addition, 158 ballots have been mailed to absent military and overseas voters or picked up in elections offices to date for these elections.
All elections are voted at-large, except for Treasure Island and St. Pete Beach. For the Treasure Island Commissioner Districts 2 and 4 races, only registered voters residing in District 2 (Precinct 407) or District 4 (Precinct 409) are eligible to vote. For the St. Pete Beach Commissioner District 1 Runoff, only registered voters residing in District 1 (Precinct 405) are eligible to vote. No candidate in the January 31 St. Pete Beach Commissioner District 1 race received a majority (more than 50%) of the votes cast, so the municipal charter requires a runoff election to be held for the two candidates receiving the most votes.
A new law requires that domestic ballots be mailed beginning between 35 and 28 days prior to an election.