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Araskog Remains on Town Council
Town of Palm Beach News

In Tuesday’s election, current Town Councilwoman Julie Araskog defeated challenger René Silvin for the Group 2 Town Council seat, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Araskog received 60.64 percent of the vote, or a total of 1,618 votes. Meanwhile, Silvin received 1,050 votes or 39.36 percent. Turnout

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Araskog and Silvin Face Off in Town Election
Town of Palm Beach News

In the race for Group 2 Town Council seat in Palm Beach, Incumbent Julie Araskog has raised and spent more than twice as much money as challenger Rene Silvin as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The election is just around the corner on March 12, when voters

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Julie Araskog Wins Town of Palm Beach Town Council Election
Town of Palm Beach NewsTown of Palm Beach Politics

Julie Araskog Wins Town of Palm Beach Town Council Election. Martin Klein, zoning board Chairman, was defeated in the race for the Town Council seat by Julie Araskog, a political newcomer. This is the second time Klein was defeated in a Town Council seat race – previously it happened in

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Town of Palm Beach Town Council Debate
Town of Palm Beach NewsTown of Palm Beach Politics

The candidates for The Town of Palm Beach Town Council were nominated last week during the annual Town Caucus and there is already a debate announced. Julie Araskog and Martin Klein, two nominees for the Group 2 Town Council seat being vacated by the Town Council President Michael Pucillo, will face each

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Town of Palm Beach NewsTown of Palm Beach Politics

Tuesday morning was busy and productive for the Town’s council. The decision was made at Tuesday’s Town Council meeting to go ahead and run the 2016 Town of Palm Beach Municipal Election through the Palm Beach Election Supervisor Susan Bucher’s office. Prior to this meeting, the council was leaning towards

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Town of Palm Beach NewsTown of Palm Beach Politics

With the 2016 Town of Palm Beach election cycle quickly approaching, it is important to have a solid plan in place for administering ballots and counting votes. However, the elected officials for the Town of Palm Beach have a dilemma on their hands as far as who they are going

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Town of Palm Beach NewsTown of Palm Beach Politics

Just a few months ago the Annual Town Caucus of the Town of Palm Beach was in jeopardy of losing its distinguished date as noted in the Town Charter. It is stated that the Town Caucus is to occur the “the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January.” To

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