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TOWN OF PIERSON ELECTED OFFICIALS 

As of November 3, 2020



Four (4) Year Term


Names Next Elections


Mayor


Samuel G.S. Bennett   2024


Council Seat # 1


VACANT as of 5/2021

(James T. Peterson)


2022


Council Seat # 2


Thomas R. Larrivee2022


Council Seat # 3


Robert F. Greenlund2022


Council Seat # 4


Sergia Cardenas2024



Incumbents for the 2018 Election year were unopposed and have retained their seats for four more years. 

TOWN OF PIERSON
NOTICE OF 2020       MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS
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MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBER SEATS 4
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2020 MUNICIPAL ELECTION RESULTS

Samuel G.S. Bennett, Seat 4, Incumbent ran unopposed for the Mayor seat and will be effective on November 3, 2020


CANDIDATE WINNER BY DEFAULT FOR SEAT 4 



Sergia Cardenas


Each seat is for a four (4) year term of office


Swearing in will be on the council night of:

Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 7:00 pm


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2020 MUNICIPAL ELECTION DATES

GENERAL ELECTION            Tuesday, November 3, 2020

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Carmen M. Spelorzi, Town Clerk
106 North Center Street, Pierson, FL 32180


Phone: (386) 749-2661 Fax: (386) 749-3239

Office Hours: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday – Friday

Email:  carmen@townofpierson.org 


 

Town Council

The Town of Pierson on May 19, 2020 had a Special Election that changed the Charter allowing the merging of the Mayor and Chairman seats and eliminating

the Vice Chair position. 


This allows the Mayor position the right to vote and eliminating one of the council seats and adding a Vice Mayor.


Now the council is comprised of 5 voting members; Mayor and four council members.

The Vice Mayor position shall be elected by the council at each new Election year  Each member's term is four years and there are no term limits.  Election seats are staggered.