Municipal elections are non- partisan. The Town of Sneads has no districts. There are five council members elected at- large. The elections are rotated so the members are not all elected or re-elected at once. Groups one and two share an election and the following year groups three, four and five are elected. Council members serve two- year terms with no term limits. The candidate receiving the largest number of votes for each group is declared the winner. There is no Run-off Election.
Pursuant to State law, the Town of Sneads Canvassing Board will canvass the returns of any Town election that is held at the Jackson County Supervisor of Elections Office. The Canvassing Board will consist of three (3) members; a Councilmember not running for office, a Clerk of the Town, and a citizen of the town. For information regarding the specifics of the Canvassing Board meetings, please contact the Jackson County Supervisor of Elections 850-482-9652.
LOGIC & ACCURACY TESTS
In accordance with Section 101.5612 Florida Statutes, the Jackson County Supervisor of Elections will conduct public, pre-election tests of the automatic tabulating equipment which will be used for early voting and at the polls for the Town of Sneads Elections. For more information regarding the specifics of the Logic and Accuracy Tests, please contact the Jackson County Supervisor of Elections 850-482-9652.