Six candidates have qualified and will be on the ballot for the Super Tuesday Municipal Election in Bay County. News13's Amy Hoyt is going ONE on ONE with each candidate for Mayor of Panama City Beach this month. John Lincoln the third is one of the men vying for the post being vacated by Mayor Gayle Oberst who is termed out. "I have lived on the beach for 25 years, Lincoln said, I care about the beach, I want to know where it is going to be in the next 25 years and I think I have some skills and leadership and management that can help this beach". On the issue of spring break, Lincoln says it is important to the area. "We have residents on the beach, and we have businesses on the beach, and somehow we have to find a compatible way to work together so everyone winds up reasonably happy" Lincoln said. In response to some new rules by the city and county to keep spring breakers under control, Lincoln says he thinks some of the changes are good, some of the changes are not yet complete, but it is a growing development. "I think the key is to have decent entertainment, obviously the resource of our beach is our sugar white sands, it is what brings us all here, that is why we are here in Bay County" Lincoln says. His priority if elected is to work on roads and infrastructure. "I have the engineering background and a degree in engineering." The Super Tuesday Election is April 19th.
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