2022 County Commissioners

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MONROE COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSION races are partisan elections.

Florida is a closed primary election state. Only voters who are registered members of political parties may vote for respective party candidates or nominees for an office in a primary election. A person can register with a party or change his or her party affiliation at any time but in order to vote for a party candidate in an upcoming primary election, the person must register with that party or change his or her party by July 25, 2022 for that primary election. See section 97.055, Fla. Stat.

The Monroe County Board of County Commission District 3 seat is open for election in November 2022. Only those who live in District 3 (western part of Key West – see map here) are eligible to run for this seat. The District 3 seat will be up for reelection in 2024 in order to reestablish staggered election cycles for the 5 commission seats.

Due to an interim appointment, the District 5 Commission Seat is also up for election in 2022. The seat will be up back on the ballot in 2024 in order to reestablish the staggered commission election cycle.

  • District 1:  2024 – 2028
  • District 2:  2022 – 2026
  • District 3:  2022 – 2024
  • District 4:  2022 – 2026
  • District 5:  2022 – 2024

Candidates who have officially filed with the County, State or Federal Elections Commission are below. Incumbents have been included. If they have not officially filed, they have been noted as undeclared.

Links to candidate pages will be active as candidate information is received.

candidates for board of county commission

District 5 / Key Largo

Holly Raschein (R) (incumbent)
Jose Peixoto (R)

Voter Resource Guide

Hometown’s resource guide for information on mail-in ballots, candidate finance reports, voter registration and more. Link to: Florida Division of Elections, Monroe County Supervisor of Elections and District Maps.