Registered voters living within the city limits of Boca Raton will have a few important decisions to make when voting tomorrow, March 9, 2021. Question One will be whether to extend the time one needs to be a resident to run for city council from 30 days to one year. The second question voters will need to answer is whether to eliminate the qualifying fee to appear on the ballot for city council. If voted in favor, the new qualifier would be to institute a requirement of gathering at least 200 signatures from Boca Raton registered voters in leu of a fee in order to appear on the ballot.
There are two city council seats up for grabs tomorrow, Seat C and Seat D. Seat C candidates are Yvette Drucker, Bernard Kohn, Josie Machovic, and Constance Scott. The powers that be in Boca Raton would like you to either vote for Drucker or Scott, though the most freedom-based candidate is first-timer, Josie Machovec. She would be the best for both the business community and Boca Raton residents as she respects and seeks to maximize the freedoms of both. Unlike the other candidates who want to control the lives of Boca Raton residents and businesses, Machovic seeks to do the opposite.
Seat D has two contenders, Monica Mayotte and Brian Stenberg. Stenberg is the best candidate for those seeking freedom, while Mayotte wants to control your lives. While Stenberg may not be as freedom-oriented as Machovec for Seat C, he is certainly better than Mayotte in that category.
If you already mailed in your ballot, you can track its status here: https://www.pbcelections.org/Voters/Vote-By-Mail. If you are wondering where to vote in person tomorrow, you can visit this site: https://www.pbcelections.org/Voters/Precinct-Finder.