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2022 Election

A List of Candidates Who Will Appear on the 2022 Ballot

Photo credits provided below.

UPDATE: This article has been edited to reflect that candidate Jane Gentile-Youd is running as a No Party Affiliation candidate, not as an Independent.

The filing deadline for the 2022 elections was on Friday, meaning the fields are now set in stone for Flagler County. These are the candidates who voters will choose from in the 2022 primary and general elections.

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A key for (parentheses) next to candidates’ names:

R = Republican

D = Democrat

NPA = No Party Affiliation

i = Incumbent

Be advised that School Board and Palm Coast City Council races are both nonpartisan, and as such candidates have no selected party affiliation.

Flagler County Commission, District 2

Photo credit L-R: AskFlagler, Stephen Helfrich, Denise Calderwood.

  • Janet McDonald (R)
  • Greg Hansen (R, i)
  • Denise Calderwood (R)

Flagler County Commission, District 4

Photo credit L-R: Jane Gentile-Youd, Stephen Helfrich, Leann Pennington.

  • Jane Gentile-Youd (NPA)
  • Joe Mullins (R, i)
  • Leann Pennington (R)

Flagler County School Board, District 1

Photo credit L-R: Sally Hunt, Greg Peters.

  • Sally Hunt
  • Jill Woolbright (i)

Flagler County School Board, District 2

Photo credit goes to each candidate.

  • Lance Alred
  • Will Furry
  • Courtney VandeBunte

Flagler County School Board, District 4

Photo credit L-R: Greg Peters, Stephen Helfrich.

  • Christy Chong
  • Trevor Tucker (i)

Palm Coast City Council, District 2

Photo credit L-R: Stephen Helfrich, Stephen Helfrich, Theresa Pontieri.

  • Sims Jones
  • Shauna Kanter (photo not available)
  • Alan Lowe
  • Theresa Pontieri

Palm Coast City Council, District 4

Photo credit goes to each candidate.

  • Cathy Heighter
  • Fernando Melendez

Written By

Chris Gollon is a Flagler County resident since 2004, as well as a staple of the local independent music scene and avid observer of Central Florida politics, arts, and recreation.

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. T.Rogers

    June 21, 2022 at 7:53 am

    Wow not much to choose from…any way their background can be looked up?? Previous jobs etc…

  2. Dominick Tesoriero

    July 18, 2022 at 4:01 pm

    No party affiliation… no vote!

  3. Evelyn Finney

    August 16, 2022 at 4:48 pm

    No party affiliation no vote…. This is information that I would like to know.

  4. Linda

    August 22, 2022 at 7:15 am

    Folk, the answers to your questions, party affiliation, bios, may be found on the website of the Flagler County Supervisor of Elections. Do your homework, please.

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