City of Cape Canaveral Municipal Election Information
As per the Brevard County Supervisor of Elections Office on September 17, 2020, a candidate for the office of Cape Canaveral City Council has withdrawn, resulting in an unopposed race.
A vote cast in this race will not change the outcome as the remaining candidates are deemed by law to be elected. Congratulations Wes Morrison and Angela Raymond.
- WITHDRAWN: Andrea Shea-King
The Election will be held Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The last day to register to be eligible to vote in the 2020 General and Municipal Election is October 5, 2020. For more information on registering to vote and elections in general, please visit registertovoteflorida.gov / 1-800-308-6739 and the Brevard County Supervisor of Elections at VoteBrevard.com / 321-633-2124.
There are residency requirements to run for Office in the City of Cape Canaveral. For City Code of Ordinances Election information, please click here: Cape Canaveral City Code
The City Council is composed of a mayor and four council members elected by the voters of the City at large during a nonpartisan election.
- Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Visit VoteBrevard.gov for locations of secure election drop boxes.
Voters have the option to return their mail ballot: through the United States Postal Service, in person at any of the four Election Administrative Offices or to any of Brevard’s 10 Early Voting locations during the early voting time period. Additionally, and new this year, secure drop boxes are located at all four Administrative Offices for voters who wish to return their voted mail ballot after hours.
- Newly elected City Council Members will take office during the Regular Meeting on November 17, 2020 provided Election Certification is complete.
- Section 99.012, Florida Statute covers the restrictions on individuals qualifying for Municipal Office. To view Section 99.012, click here.
- Section 2.06 of the City Charter outlines the process for filling vacancies. To view Section 2.06, click here.
- Section 2-26 of the City Code outlines the election process for filling vacancies. To view Section 2-26, click here.
Term of Office
Three years, those elected this year will serve through November 2023.