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2020 Clearwater, Florida municipal elections

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2020 Clearwater municipal elections
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The 2020 Clearwater, Florida municipal elections were held on March 17, 2020, to elect a mayor and two members of the city council (seat 2 and 3). These elections coincided with the Democratic and Republican presidential preference primaries.[1]

Background

The Clearwater City Council consists of a mayor and four council members, who each serve four-year terms.[2] Incumbent mayor George Cretekos, who was first elected in 2012 and re-elected unopposed in 2016, was ineligible to run for re-election to a third consecutive term.[3]

City council elections were held for seat 2 (held by Jay Polglaze) and seat 3 (held by Bob Cundiff).[4][5][a]

Issues raised throughout these elections included the proposal of a new amphitheater downtown,[9] diversity in city government,[10] rights of nature,[11][12] and Scientology.[13][14] The COVID-19 pandemic in Florida began two weeks before the elections, which raised concerns for the safety of in-person voters and poll workers.[15][16][17][18]

Mayor

2020 Clearwater mayoral election
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Nominee Frank Hibbard Elizabeth Drayer
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
Popular vote 13,194 5,727
Percentage 55.17% 23.95%

 
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Nominee Bill Jonson Morton Myers
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
Popular vote 3,862 1,133
Percentage 16.15% 4.74%

Mayor of Clearwater before election

George Cretekos
Republican

Elected Mayor of Clearwater

Frank Hibbard
Republican

Candidates

Endorsements

Elizabeth "Sea Turtle" Drayer
Organizations
Individuals
  • Grant Wilson, executive director for Earth Law Center[37][38][39]
  • Bill Bucolo, founder of Florida Democratic Environmental Caucus[39]
  • Cathy Harrelson, co-founder of St. Petersburg Sustainability Council[39]
  • Neil Taylor, business owner (Strike Three Kayak Fishing)[39]
  • Karl Deigert, civic leader and co-owner (Anglers Inn)[39]
Frank Hibbard
Organizations
Individuals
  • Carlen Petersen, former Clearwater city councilmember[46][47][48]
  • John Doran, former Clearwater city councilmember[49]
  • Nicholas Fritsch, former Community Development Board chairman[46][50]
  • Jerry Figurski, Countryside resident[46][47]
  • Melody Figurski, Countryside resident[46][47]
  • Haley Crum, executive vice president of Frank Crum[46]
  • Al Capogna, business owner (Capogna's Dugout)[46][47][48]
  • Matt Crum, president of Frank Winston Crum Insurance[46]
  • John Walser, retired Clearwater Police Department detective[46][49]
  • Trisha Rodriguez, small business owner[48]
  • Brett Miller, Citizens for Social Reform[51][52]
  • Joanie Sigal, Citizens for Social Reform[51][52]
  • Steve Sigal, Citizens for Social Reform[51][52]
Bill Jonson
Individuals
  • Anne Garris, Clearwater Beach[53]
  • Isay Gulley, president of Clearwater Neighborhood Housing Services[53]
  • Margaret Hyde, Shady Oaks Farms[53]
  • Edward Hopwood, DMD, Countryside[53]
  • Douglas Booher, Spring Branch[53]
  • Gerry Lee, Wynwoods Landing[53]
  • Sally Keith, Countryside[53]
  • Nino Accetta, resident and community activist[53]
  • Beth Davis, resident and community activist[53]
  • Ronnie White, North Greenwood[53]
  • Jill Melkonian, resident and community activist[53]
  • Desmond Buzzell, resident and community activist[53]
  • Johanna Guzik, resident and community activist[53]
  • Charlie Rutz, Countryside[53]
  • Brenda Harris Nixon, local photographer[53]
  • Patrick Raftery, Countryside[53]
  • Howard Warshauer, former president of Clearwater Neighborhoods Coalition[53]
Morton Myers
Organizations
  • Dairy Kurl (business owned by Myers)[54][55]
  • Tampa Bay Pawn (business owned by Myers)[56][57]

Fundraising

Upon the launch of her campaign, Drayer pledged not to accept any money contributions, saying "The sea turtle cannot be bought."[19] She led the first campaign fundraising numbers between September 19 to September 30, with a $20,000 personal check from herself; Hibbard raised $19,950 (including $1,000 of his own money); Jonson raised $6,370.20, including a $5,000 personal loan and a $20.20 cash contribution; and Myers did not report any fundraising numbers, as he filed to run after the first fundraising report deadline.[58] It was subsequently reported that Myers had raised $2,100 (all from himself via a personal loan) before November.[59]

Hibbard and Jonson, the two former officeholders in the race, were the only candidates who raised money in November, earning $8,926 and $6,785 respectively; this raised Hibbard's total to $100,419 and Jonson's total to $20,475.40.[59] As of a January article from Tampa Bay Times, Hibbard reportedly raised $110,469 total, while Jonson raised $25,340 total.[60] Drayer and Myers, the two non-politicians in the race, continued to self-fund their campaigns, with earned totals of $20,000 and $3,100 respectively (the former's total remaining the same since September).[60] As of January, Hibbard had earned 25% of his donations from businesses, compared to Jonson's 9%; however Jonson led Hibbard in individual donations from Clearwater residents.[60] Hibbard has earned donations from powerful political and wealthy figures such as Florida State Senator Ed Hooper, DEX Imaging CEO Daniel Doyle Jr., and political action committees associated with Jack and Chris Latvala.[60]

Results

2020 Clearwater mayoral election[61]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Frank Hibbard 13,194 55.17
Nonpartisan Elizabeth "Sea Turtle" Drayer 5,727 23.95
Nonpartisan Bill Jonson 3,862 16.15
Nonpartisan Morton Myers 1,133 4.74
Total votes 23,916 100

City council elections

Seat 2

Incumbent councilmember Jay Polglaze declined to run for a new term.

Candidates

Endorsements

Mark Bunker
Individuals
Michael "Mike" Mannino
Organizations
  • Clearwater Police Department, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 10 (co-endorsement with Bruce Rector)[41]
  • Clearwater Fire Fighters Association[41][10]
Bruce Rector
Organizations
  • Clearwater Police Department, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 10 (co-endorsement with Michael "Mike" Mannino)[41]
  • ClearPAC, political action committee representing AMPLIFY Clearwater[43][10]
Eliseo Santana Jr.
Organizations
  • Florida NOW PAC[35]
  • United for Progress[64]
  • Pinellas County Democratic Hispanic Caucus[36]
Individuals
Lina Teixeira
Organizations
  • Pinellas REALTOR Organization[65]
Individuals

Results

2020 Clearwater city council election - Seat 2[71]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Mark Bunker 6,170 27.10
Nonpartisan Michael "Mike" Mannino 5,909 25.96
Nonpartisan Lina Teixeira 4,522 19.86
Nonpartisan Eliseo Santana Jr. 3,369 14.80
Nonpartisan Bruce Rector 2,795 12.28
Total votes 22,765 100

Seat 3

Candidates

  • Kathleen Beckman, retired teacher[62]
  • Robert "Dr. Bob" Cundiff, incumbent Clearwater city councilmember (since 2016)[62]
  • Bud Elias, small business owner[62]
  • Scott R. Thomas, former two-term Pottsville, Pennsylvania school board member and human resources director[62]

Endorsements

Kathleen Beckman
Organizations
Individuals
Robert "Dr. Bob" Cundiff
Individuals
Bud Elias
Organizations
  • Clearwater Police Department, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 10 (co-endorsement with Scott R. Thomas)[80][41]
  • Clearwater Fire Fighters Association[81][41][10]
  • Pinellas REALTOR Organization[82]
Individuals
Scott R. Thomas
Organizations
  • Clearwater Police Department, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 10 (co-endorsement with Bud Elias)[86][41]
  • ClearPAC, political action committee representing AMPLIFY Clearwater[43][10]
Individuals
  • Patrick Raftery, Countryside resident[87]
  • Linda Kubilius, vice president of the Clearwater Beach Association[87]
  • Elder Christopher Ervin, minister of Bible Church of God in North Greenwood[87]

Results

2020 Clearwater city council election - Seat 3[88]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Kathleen Beckman 11,228 48.90
Nonpartisan Bud Elias 4,971 21.65
Nonpartisan Robert "Dr. Bob" Cundiff 3,929 17.11
Nonpartisan Scott R. Thomas 2,835 12.35
Total votes 22,963 100

See also

References

Notes

  1. ^ Elections for seat 4 and seat 5 were most recently held in 2018 and won by David Allbritton and Hoyt Hamilton respectively.[6][7][8]

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