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<p><span>Nicholas Moore-Lefauve, a 20-year-old information systems and operations management major, puts on his "I Voted" sticker during the first day of early voting at the J. Wayne Reitz Union Monday morning. This is the third time Moore-Lefauve has voted in his life.</span></p>

Nicholas Moore-Lefauve, a 20-year-old information systems and operations management major, puts on his "I Voted" sticker during the first day of early voting at the J. Wayne Reitz Union Monday morning. This is the third time Moore-Lefauve has voted in his life.

Gainesville residents will be able to vote for mayor, a City Commission seat and a charter amendment starting on March 9. Here's The Alligator's guide to names on your ballot.

Mayoral Candidates

Lauren Poe

Jenn Powell

Jennifer Reid

Marlon Bruce

City Commission District 4 Candidates

Adrian Hayes-Santos

Robert Mounts 

What’s on the ballot?

Spots for mayor and District 4 commissioner will be voted on. In addition to these two positions, a charter amendment to create a city charter review commission will also be voted on.

What’s the charter amendment?

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A city charter review commission would be created and given the power to review and propose amendments every 10 years.

Early voting:

March 9-16

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

March 9-11,13,15,16

10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

March 12, 14

Locations

Millhopper Library, 3145 NW 43rd St.

Senior Recreation Center, 5701 NW 34th Blvd.

Supervisor of Elections Office, 515 N. Main St.

J. Wayne Reitz Union, 655 Museum Road

Martin Luther King Jr. Center, 1028 NE 14th St.

Regular voting:

Voting day is Tuesday, March 19, from 7am to 7pm. Your polling location will depend on what your address is.

What to bring with you:

All voters must have a valid ID that includes a picture and signature.

Nicholas Moore-Lefauve, a 20-year-old information systems and operations management major, puts on his "I Voted" sticker during the first day of early voting at the J. Wayne Reitz Union Monday morning. This is the third time Moore-Lefauve has voted in his life.

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