Five running to fill Troller's shoes, Read draws one, Walker none
Charter issues likely to boost turnout
Three City Commission seats and three City Charter amendments are on the ballot for the 2019 election season.
Justin Troller yields to term limits having served three times in one of two at-large positions, and four candidates have lined up to take over.
Incumbent Bill Read (NE District) faces Jiwa Farrell, while long-serving Phillip Walker (NW District) did not draw opposition and was thereby elected when the qualifying period ended.
Proposed amendments to the city's charter would improve on obsolete language and references, impose stricter term limit rules, and lower the barrier for selling or leasing Lakeland Electric.
Select any candidate to review detailed campaign finance information. Select the City Charter link to review the ballot language and the entire amended charter.
Totals include all financial information - including in-kind contributions - reported as of each candidate's most recent report filing.
All financial information - including in-kind contributions - reported as of October 4th.