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2022 Cape Coral Municipal Elections

UPDATED 9/14/2022

Candidates appearing on the General Ballot
2022 Primary - Official Results

Council Member for Districts 1, 4, & 6, and Mayor
This is a non-partisan election.

GENERAL ELECTION:  Tuesday, November 8, 2022

FAQ's about Campaign Signs:

#1 - If my name will appear on the primary ballot, when can I put up my signs?  And how do I know if I am on the primary ballot? 
Answer:  End of Qualification – June 17, 2022 at 12:00 p.m.
For 2022, this applies to District 1 and District 4.
Should there be more than two qualifying candidates for Mayor or for a given Council district their names will be placed on the primary ballot.  The two primary candidates receiving the highest number of votes shall be the candidates in the City General Election.

#2 - If my name will appear on the general ballot, when can I put up my signs?
Answer:  90 days prior to the General Election – August 10, 2022.
For 2022, this applies to Mayor and District 6.
In the event there are fewer than three qualifying candidates for Mayor or for a given Council district their names will not appear on the primary election ballot but they will appear on the City General Election ballot.

#3 - What are the sign restrictions? 
Answer:  See Section F. of Section 7.3.1. located in the Land Development Code attached.   Please pay close attention to Item F. as this is all about election signs. See link below.
Section F

 #4 - Are there requirements on what must be placed on signs? 
Yes, these are statutorily required.  See link below.
http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0100-0199/0106/Sections/0106.143.html




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