When Delray Beach voters hit the polls in March, they will select commissioners to fill two seats on the dais.
Seat 2 and Seat 4 are both up for grabs. Incumbents of both seats are running for re-election and both face opposition.
The qualifying period to be listed on the ballot on March 17 ended on Dec. 19.
The names voters will be able to choose from for Seat 2 are incumbent Bill Bathurst and his challengers, Juli Casale, Jennifer Jones and Debra Tendrich.
The campaign coffers for the Seat 2 race have Bathurst raising the most amount of money as of the latest report filed on Dec. 10. He has brought in a total of $65,685. He is followed by Casale, who raised $11,660, Tendrich with $8,976, and then Jones with $200.
For Seat 4, voters can re-elect Shirley Johnson or challengers Angela Burns or Chris Davey. Incumbent Johnson has raised $31,809. Burns has collected $3,575 and Davey just jumped into the race.
We will dive into election coverage over our next two editions.