Election Information

Municipal Election

  • The next Municipal Election is scheduled for March 2025.

The Town of Jupiter 2022 Election Results

 Voting Precinct May Have Changed 

Due to redistricting, which is done after each census, some polling precincts have changed. The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections office is mailing out new Voter ID Cards to all registered voters in the county that will list residents’ new polling locations. Residents can also check their polling location online here.

Form 6 Notice

Beginning January 1, 2024, certain local officers (Mayors and members of the governing body of a municipality) will be required to file a Form 6 (full and public disclosure of financial interests) with the Commission on Ethics through the Commission’s electronic filing system. For more information please visit the Florida Commission on Ethics Form 6 website

Become a Poll Worker

Calling new poll workers! Serve your community and get paid (up to $320 each Election). The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections is looking for dedicated workers with great technology and communication skills. Click here to learn more or apply.

Town of Jupiter Town Council

  • Mayor Jim Kuretski - Term Expires 2025
  • Vice-Mayor Ron Delaney - Term Expires 2026 (Second District)
  • Councilor Andy Fore - Term Expires 2025 (First District)
  • Councilor Cameron May - Term Expires 2026 (First District)  
  • Councilor Malise Sundstrom - Term Expires 2025 (Second District)

View an interactive map to find your Town of Jupiter residency district.

Voter Links

State & County Resources

For further election and voting information, contact us via JupConnect