2022 Declared Republican Candidates on 2022 Ballot

Naples City Council (Election February 1, 2022)

(Absentee Ballots go out beginning December 30, 2021)

Deadline to register to vote for the City of Naples Election (book closing) January 3, 2022

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These Republican candidates are running against Raymond Christman and Ian Rudnick who are not registered as a Republican. Beth Davis Petrunoff registered as a Republican in May of 2020, left the Republican Party and switched to No Party Affiliate in May of 2021 and now switched back to run as a Republican in September 2021.

Both Christman and Ian Rudnick were registered as a Democrat that changed their party affiliation to No Party Affiliation to run for election. In addition, Christman’s household donated campaign funds to Andrew Gillum to run against Governor Ron DeSantis in 2020. Also, his household donated to Democrat candidate Javier Estevez to run against Republican House of Representative David Borrero. Borrero won the seat.

Primary Election – August 23, 2022

Voter Registration Deadline/Book Closing: July 25

Early Voting: TBD

Vote-by-Mail Ballot Mailings: July 9 (UOCAVA)/July 14-August 15 | Ballot Request Deadline: August 13

During the Primary Election, electors will vote for state and federal representatives within their party affiliations. If opposed within their own parties, the Governor, State Cabinet Members, United States Senators, Representatives in Congress, State Representatives, State Senators and County Commissioners will be on the ballot.

Because Florida is a closed primary state, voters may only vote within their party. The winning candidates of the Primary Election, who see opposition from another party, will then move on to the General Election in November.

Voters may also see non-partisan races including judicial candidates and candidates for school board depending on their jurisdiction.

Universal Primary: a universal primary is a contest in the Primary Election in which all candidates have the same party affiliation, but will not see opposition during the General Election. During a universal primary, all qualified electors may vote regardless of their party affiliation.

General Election – November 8, 2022

Voter Registration Deadline/Book Closing: October 11

Early Voting: TBD

Vote-by-Mail Ballot Mailings: September 24 (UOCAVA)/September 29-October 31 | Ballot Request Deadline: October 29

The General Election ballot will list the winning candidates of the August Primary Election. During this election, voters will have the opportunity to vote for a candidate regardless of their party affiliation.

Collier County Commission District 2

Deadline to Qualify by Petition or fee – Noon, May 16th

Lynn Corr
Chris Hall
Nancy Lewis
Rob Tolp

Rob Tolp became a Republican in August 2020. His change to Republican from Libertarian party and Constitution party. He had been a Republican from 2006 to 2010.

Collier County Commission District 4

Daija Hinojosa
Daniel Kowal
Michelle McLeod
Penny Taylor

County Judge Group 3

Chris Brown

Collier County School Board District 1

Darlene Alvarez
Kimberly Ann Boobyer
Jerry D. Rutherford
Jory Westberry

Darlene Alvarez had been a registered Democrat from 2006 to 2012 and became Republican since 2012.

Collier County School Board District 3

Sandra Brickley
Jana C Greer
Jen Mitchell

Jana Greer was a Republican from 2014 to 2018 and switched to Libertarian October 2018 until switching back to Republican in September of 2021.

Collier County School Board District 5

Jaquelene Keay
Kelly Lichter
Timothy Moshier
Roy M. Terry

In addition, Arthur Boyer (Democrat) has filed for office. Jacquelene Keay was a registered Democrat from 2006 to 2016 when she registered as a Republican

Collier Mosquito Control District Seat 2

Sandra Lee Buxton

North Collier Fire District Seat 2

Jim Burke