Flagler County's constitutional officer seats won in unopposed elections

Four of the five seats were won by incumbents, including by Sheriff Rick Staly and Supervisor of Elections Kaiti Lenhart.

Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly. Photo by Sierra Williams
Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly. Photo by Sierra Williams
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The candidate qualifying period has closed and Flagler County's five constitutional officer seats have been won in unopposed elections.

Candidate qualifying with the Flagler County Supervisor of Elections Office ended at noon on June 14. Sheriff Rick Staly, who has been sheriff since 2017, is one of the five constitutional officers to win his seat, four of which were incumbents.

The following candidates have also won their seats for county offices: James Gardner Jr. the county’s Property Appraiser Office, Tom Bexley the Clerk of Court, Shelly Edmonson the Tax Collector’s office and Kaiti Lenhart the Supervisor of Elections office.

Edmonson is the only new officer, replacing Suzanne Johnston, who has served as the county’s Tax Collector since 2004.

Gardner has held his office since 2005, Bexley since 2016 and Lenhart since 2015.


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