Early voting underway in Panama City ward 2 run-off election


PANAMA CITY, Fla.- Early voting is taking place this week in the run-off election for the seat of Panama City commissioner ward 2. 

Early voting started Monday and goes throughout Friday. 

You can vote at the supervisor of elections office located at the Bay County government center off 11th street in Panama City. 

The polls are open from 8 to 5 p.m. The candidates in the ward 2 race are incumbent Kenneth Brown and opponent, Toni Shamplain. 

Bay County supervisor of elections, Mark Andersen, said well over 3,000 are registered and zoned to vote in the ward two race and it’s important to have your voice heard. 

“If this race comes down to a one-vote difference, which it very well could at any point… no one knows who’s ahead and no one knows who’s not ahead. That one vote will make a difference and you have to make that difference by going out and voting,” said Bay Co. Supervisor of Elections, Mark Andersen. 

Election day is next Tuesday, May 21st. The only place you can vote on election day is the Glenwood community center. 

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