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Judicial Candidates Qualified for 2024 Primary Election Ballot

JACKSONVILLE – Duval County Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland announces the end of the judicial qualifying period in Duval County. Candidates who have qualified to run for County Court Judge in Duval County can be found on the Active Candidates and Committees page at DuvalElections.gov. Qualified judicial candidates with opposition will appear on the Primary Election ballot.

Supervisor Holland wants to remind voters that the 2024 Primary Election will include nonpartisan judicial and school board races that all voters will vote for, regardless of party affiliation. The deadline for voters to register to vote or change their party affiliation for the Primary Election is July 22. Online voter registration is available at DuvalElections.gov.

The next candidate qualifying period, which determines all other candidates who will be on the 2024 ballot, takes place from noon, June 10 until noon, June 14. The office will begin accepting qualifying documents and fees on May 27, as per F.S. 99.061(8).

Candidates for circuit court judge and federal, state and multicounty offices qualify with the Florida Division of Elections. For information on those candidates, visit the website for the Division of Elections at dos.myflorida.com/elections.

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