Super Tuesday is just three weeks away, and Panama City will be electing a new mayor and two commissioners.
Friday Cliff Fleming, Jr. announced he wants to be Panama City's mayor.
Supporters and family members met Friday morning to hear the former Bay County commissioner announce he wants to repeal the one-cent sales tax which funded the building of the civic center.
Fleming also says he is against term limits, changing the city charter needless fighting.
Cliff Fleming, Jr., PC mayor candidate, said, "I think I'm just gonna bring a fresh approach to this office and I think I'm a person that can work with the other commissioners. I won't always agree with them, but there's a way that we've got to be able to disagree in an orderly way and get onto the next agenda."
Qualifying starts Monday, with the election on April 17. Fleming is running against incumbent Lauren DeGeorge, Bob Barnard and Scott Clemmons.