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Special Unitary Election for City Council slated for Feb. 22 in Duval County

The Duval County Supervisor of Elections office is preparing the voting booths for the Special Unitary Election for City Council At-Large Group 3 seat vacated by the late statesmen, Mayor, School Board Member, State Representative and City Councilman, Tommy Hazouri. Following Hazouri’s passing on Sept. 11, 2021, at 76, from complications from a lung transplant, the seat became vacant and open for a special election.

Following the special election, which went undecided by a lack of majority vote for one candidate in the primary back on Dec. 7, 2021, it was determined that a runoff would decide the seat. The ballot boxes will be prepared for a Feb. 22 voting date, between Republican Nick Howland and Democrat Trayce Polson.

Early voting will be open Feb. 12-20, the following early voting locations will not be open for the special election: FSCJ Deerwood Center, Gateway, Prime Osborn, San Marco Branch Library and University Park Branch Library. For more information about polling location changes or other voting questions, visit

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