Election Information

City Commission to Consider Redistricting

The Constitution and federal courts require federal, state, county, and local jurisdictions to evaluate the districts from which public officials are elected to ensure balanced populations and equitable representation for each district. Section 3.02 of the City of Parkland (City) City Charter requires this evaluation be done every four years approximately one year prior to an upcoming election. Given the growth in the western part of the City and the associated population increase, an evaluation of the district boundaries is required prior to the November 2024 elections to ensure substantially equal populations and equitable representation are maintained within each district.

The City Commission will hold a Workshop at 5 pm on August 16, 2023, in the City Commission Meeting Room located at 6600 N. University Drive, Parkland, FL. 33067, to consider changes to the current City Commission District boundaries.

What is a municipal election?

The City of Parkland has a governing body, whereby the members are elected by the voters. The City’s Charter stipulates the terms of office and the frequency of the elections.

Candidate Qualifying - The criteria required for an elected office is contingent upon the requisites of the level of the office desired. For candidates running for Municipal offices, the qualifying officer is the Municipal Clerk. All campaign documents are therefore filed with the Municipal Clerk.

Please contact City Clerk Alyson Morales at 954.757.4132 or AMorales@cityofparkland.org for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Standardized candidate forms and election publications are available for download at the Florida Division of Elections website.

November 5, 2024 Regular Election:

Seats up for Election: Commissioners District 3 & District 4

2024 District 3 Announced Candidates

  • Howard Berger 
  • Cynthia Murphy-Salomone

2024 District 4 Announced Candidate

  • Robert Brannen  

The City Commission adopted Ordinance 2019-019, Nov. 6, 2019, requiring all announced candidates to file monthly campaign treasurer documents through an EFS (Electronic Filing System). Reports can be viewed at https://www.voterfocus.com/CampaignFinance/candidate_pr.php?c=munparkland. Reports filed prior to Dec. 1, 2019, are available to view on the City’s Public Records Web Portal. Campaign Treasurer Reports are due in accordance with Florida Statutes 106.07. Except as provided in paragraphs (a) and (b), reports shall be filed on the 10th day following the end of each calendar month from the time the campaign treasurer is appointed, except that, if the 10th day following the end of a calendar month occurs on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the report shall be filed on the next following day that is not a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday.

For information about County Elections, Special Districts, or to Register to Vote, please visit the Broward Supervisor of Elections website.