Residents will have a chance tomorrow to vote on who will join the New Port Richey City Council.
The New Port Richey city elections are tomorrow, April 9.
There are two open seats on the city council, and seven candidates vying to join the council.
Only people living in the city limits can vote in this election. Voters must bring proof of being a city resident when they go to the poll.
So far, 495 people have cast absentee ballots in the elections. That amounts to 5.88 percent of the city’s registered voters. Only 525 people cast ballots in last year's municipal election.
Want to go to the polls with all the knowledge you need to make a good decision? Check out Patch’s profiles on each candidate below.
- Michael Malterer
- Jeff Starkey
- Chopper Davis
- Bob Langford
- Ginny Miller
- Rose Mohr
- Jonathan Tietz
You can also check out candidate stances on critical city issues in Patch’s “Candidates On…” series of articles.
- City Elections: Candidates on Financial Health
- City Elections: Candidates on the Hacienda Hotel and Redevelopment
- City Elections: Candidates on Police and Fire Services
To hear even more from the candidates, check out our video of Patch’s candidate forum.
- City Council Candidates Answer Your Questions