Elections 2024

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Overview

The candidate qualifying period for the November 2024 Election has concluded. Please see below list of qualified candidates:

Unopposed Candidates

  • Scott J. Brook (Seat 1, Mayor)
  • Nancy Metayer Bowen (Seat 3, Commissioner)

Opposed Candidates

  • Joe McHugh (Seat 5, Commissioner)
  • José “Joe” Morera (Seat 5, Commissioner)

The City Clerk is appointed as the Municipal Supervisor of Elections of the City of Coral Springs and acts as the filing officer; and in said capacity shall act in accordance with the provisions of the City Charter and Code of Ordinances of the City of Coral Springs

The following referendum titles and questions:

Forfeiture of Office/Discipline

The current charter lacks the due process and rules for how elected officials may be removed from office or disciplined for misconduct. Should the charter be amended to provide for due process and rules on how to discipline or remove elected officials from office for misconduct?

Compensation of the Mayor and Commissioners

The current charter provides a set compensation amount, as increased by the consumer price index, for the mayor and city commissioners. Shall the Charter of the City of Coral Springs be amended to provide that the mayor and city commissioners will be compensated annually based on the average salaries less two percent of the mayor and commissioners of the cities of Margate, Tamarac, Pompano Beach, and Coconut Creek?

Procedure for Qualifying for Office by Petition

The current charter provides that for a candidate to obtain a waiver from paying a qualifying fee to run for office, that candidate may obtain 5% of the registered voters signatures. Should the charter be amended to provide that instead of obtaining signatures from 5% of the voters that the candidate must have one signature for each dollar they would have paid if they paid the qualifying fee?

Removal or Replacement of Obsolete, Superseded Provisions, Ineffective Language, and Other Non-Substantive Technical Errors

The current charter has certain provisions that are obsolete, superseded, gender biased, contains ineffective language, and/or has other technical errors that are non-substantive. Should the charter be amended to remove or replace obsolete provisions, superseded provisions, gender bias, ineffective language, and/or other technical errors that are non-substantive?

Lifetime Service Limits on the City Commission and Terms of Office for the Mayor

The current charter does not contain a lifetime service limit on the city commission. It also provides that the mayor is part of the city commission with an 8 consecutive year term limit and two year terms of office. Should the charter be amended to set a 16 year lifetime service limit on the city commission, maintain an 8 consecutive year term limit and increase the mayor’s term of office to 4 years?

Elections Polling Locations for Coral Springs

  • E001 – Park Springs (5800 NW 66th Terrace)
  • E002 - Coral Springs High School (7201 W Sample Road)
  • E003 - Coral Park Elementary School (8401 Westview Drive)
  • E004 - Coral Springs Center for the Arts (2855 Coral Springs Drive)
  • E005 - Coral Springs Center for the Arts (2855 Coral Springs Drive)
  • E006 - Northwest Regional Library (3151 N University Drive)
  • E007 - Ramblewood Elementary School (8950 Shadow Wood Blvd)
  • E008 - J. P. Taravella High School (10600 Riverside Drive)
  • E009 - Cypress Hall at Cypress Park (1300 Coral Springs Drive)
  • E010 - Mullins Park Sartory Senior Center (10150 NW 29th Street)
  • E011 - Coral Springs Elementary School (3601 NW 110th Ave)
  • E012 - Country Hill Elementary School (10550 Westview Drive)
  • E013 - Parkridge Church (5600 Coral Ridge Drive)
  • E014 - Parkridge Church (5600 Coral Ridge Drive)
  • E015 - Coral Glades High School (2700 Sportsplex Drive)
  • E016 - Tennis Center of Coral Springs (2575 Sportsplex Drive)

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