Deadline To File For Boca Raton’s March City Election Is Jan. 11


By: Dale King Contributing Writer
Anyone planning to run for office in the March 14 Boca Raton municipal election must file the proper documentation in City Hall by 5 p.m. on Jan. 11. The official qualifying period runs from Jan. 3 to Jan. 11.
The offices of mayor and Seats A and B on the City Council will be decided.
So far, incumbent Mayor Susan Haynie says she will seek her second three-year term. One challenger, Marc Allen Brown, has also said he will be a mayoral candidate.
With incumbent Seat B Councilman and Deputy Mayor Michael Mullaugh leaving the council due to term limits, three people say they want to succeed him: Emily Gentile, Andrea O’Rourke and Andrew Thompson.
As of year’s end, incumbent Seat A Councilman Scott Singer is unchallenged.
Candidate qualifying information is available on the city’s website,