- City Clerk
Clermont City Council seat terms are for two years and are staggered with Seats 1, 3, and 5 up for election in even years and Seats 2 and 4 in odd years.
The General Election was held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 for Clermont City Council Seats 1, 3, and 5.
Seat No. 1
Michael Gonzalez received 7,669 votes – 52.92%
Tod Howard received 6,822 votes – 47.08%
Seat No. 3 (Mayor)
Tim Murry received 8,408 votes – 54.98%
Danielle “Dani” Page received 6,885 votes – 45.02%
Seat No. 5
Michele Barnard Pines received 7,378 votes – 50.53%
Chandra L Myers received 7,224 votes – 49.47%
Michael Gonzalez, Tim Murry, and Michele Barnard Pines received the highest number of votes cast and will be sworn in to serve a two-year term on November 29, 2022.
The results are unofficial without overseas and provisional ballots. (UOCAVA)
City of Clermont Precincts
|Precinct 155||Clermont City Center||620 W Montrose Street, Clermont|
|Precinct 170||First Baptist Church Clermont||2751 Hartwood Marsh Road, Clermont|
|Precinct 215||Clermont Baptist Church||16115 Old Highway 50, Clermont|
|Precinct 220||Summit Greens-Clubhouse||1190 Summit Greens Boulevard, Clermont|
|Precinct 225||Cooper Memorial Library, LSSC||2525 Oakley Seaver Drive, Clermont|
|Precinct 230||Clermont Arts & Recreation Center||3700 S U.S. Highway 27, Clermont|
|Precinct 235||Clermont Arts & Recreation Center||3700 S U.S. Highway 27, Clermont|
|Precinct 240||Kings Ridge Clubhouse||1900 Kings Ridge Boulevard, Clermont|
|Precinct 245||Heritage Hills-Clubhouse||3195 Heritage Hills Boulevard, Clermont|
|Precinct 250||Legends Community Clubhouse||1690 Legendary Boulevard, Clermont|
Appointment of Campaign Treasurer and Designation of Campaign Depository Form DS-DE9 must be filed first with the City Clerk before opening a campaign account and accepting contributions and/or expending funds tied to a campaign account for public office. Once the campaign account is open, the petition is provided to the candidate to collect signatures.
Residency Requirement: A candidate shall be a qualified elector of the City for a minimum of eighteen (18) months prior to the date of qualification as a candidate.
Register to Vote
Registration cards are available in the City Clerk's office at City Hall and the Supervisor of Elections office in Tavares.
- Who is my Qualifying Officer?
Your Qualifying Officer is City Clerk Tracy Ackroyd Howe, MMC email her or call 352-241-7330.
- When do I file my Qualifying Papers?
Election Qualifying for Seats 1,3 and 5 will open on June 13, 2022 at noon and close on June 17, 2022 at noon.
- What forms do I file?
- Appointment of Campaign Treasurer and Designation of Campaign Depository (Form DS-DE9)
- Statement of Candidate (Form DS-DE84) - Stating that you have received, read and understand the requirements of Chapter 106, Florida Statutes
- Loyalty Oath for Candidates for Public Office/Oath of Candidate (DS-DE 24B)
- Petition - The Petition must contain signatures of at least 25 registered voters in the City of Clermont and must be filed in a sufficient amount of time to allow the Petition to be certified by the Supervisor of Elections Office prior to the end of the Qualifying Period.
- Financial Disclosure Form (CE Form 1) (F.S. 99.061 (4) and 112.3145)
- What fees are paid at time of qualifying?
A Campaign Account Check is made payable to the City of Clermont for a State Election Assessment fee of 1% of the annual salary of the position. (F.S. 99.093)
- Where do I file my Qualifying Papers?
City Clerk's Office
Clermont City Hall
685 W Montrose Street
Clermont, FL 34711
- What are the Council Term Limits?
Clermont City Council Members and the Mayor are limited to four consecutive two-year terms. The voters approved this charter amendment in November 2019 to become effective in 2020.