Election Day arrives Tuesday for registered voters in Port St. Joe.

Election Day arrives Tuesday for registered voters in Port St. Joe.

At least for those who have not already cast a ballot by then.

Supervisor of Elections John Hanlon’s office enjoyed steady business during the start of early voting last weekend, with early voting continuing through Saturday.

Early voters may cast ballots 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. ET at the Gulf County Supervisor of Elections Office at 401 Long Ave.

Voters are asked to use the Early Voting entrance on Fourth Street and, please, have you photo and signature identification ready.

As of press time on Wednesday, 207 ballots had been cast during early voting and 108 absentee ballots had been received.

Election Day is May 9; polls will be open 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. ET at the Port St. Joe Fire Station.

Voters will decide on two races.

In Group 1, Commissioner Willam Thursbay, seeking this third term, is challenged by Carl Hopper, making his first run for elected office.

Eric Langston, also making his first run for elected office, is challenging Commissioner David Ashbrook, seeking his second term, for the Group II seat.