As a Candidate; first you have to get signed petitions...

Petitions need to be signed for candidates that run in order for them to qualify. THIS DOES NOT MEAN THAT YOU ARE VOTING FOR THIS PERSON. BUT, if only one candidate gets enough petitions signed, we will see only one candidate on the ballot.  We need choices!  FCTP cannot stand behind any one candidate, but we can help get good conservatives on the ballot.

Candidate Petition Form-JIMMY HILL.pdf

Attached is a copy of Jimmy Hill's petition form.  He is running for Mayor of Jacksonville. We encourage you to send a signed petition (must be an original signed in ink and dated) to: 1015 Atlantic Blvd, Suite 152, Atlantic Beach FL 32233. Jimmy will also arrange for the pick up of any ballots if you will call: 904-759-2758 and you can call that number to ask any questions you may have for this candidate. You can also visit his website to get to know where he stands on the issues at

The first step is to qualify.  For this election, petitions must be in by December 10th so these must reach the Atlantic Beach location by December 7th.  Each candidate must deliver and pay an amount for each of the signed petitions submitted to the SOE as signed by registered voters in the county they are running.

It's a race, so let's help this candidate get on the ballot!

All candidates are welcome to contact with their petitions. We are happy to help in this portion of the voting process and want all of our members to participate in each step.  If there is a portion of the voting process that you would like us to research, please email the above address with your suggestion. We'll do what we can to get the information out.

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