City Elections

The City Commission consist of five (5) members, one of whom shall be the mayor, all of who shall be elected from and represent the city at large.  The term of commission members is four (4) years.  Commission members may serve only two (2) consecutive terms. A commission member who has served two (2) consecutive terms may not run for election to commission for a two year period. 
 
The City of Oakland Park holds their general election in November of even number years along with the County wide General Elections. 

Candidates for municipal office must file the appropriate forms with the City Clerk prior to opening a campaign account and to qualify for office. Elections are conducted in accordance with the provisions of Title IX, Florida Statutes, Electors and Elections (Chapters 97-106); Article II and IX of the City Charter; and Chapter 24 of the City Code of Ordinances.

UPCOMING ELECTION - NOVEMBER 8, 2022 - VOTE FOR UP TO 2.

Qualified Candidates Phone
 Email
 Steven R. Arnst
 954-943-2055  arnstmotorsAR@aol.com
 Fitzgerald Budhoo, Sr.
 786-229-6047  fbudhoo@aol.com
 Coby King
 754-214-1342  electcobyking@gmail.com
 Tim Lonergan
 954-683-2658  Tim@TimLonergan.com
 Kedner Maxime
 954-804-3595  drmaxime@advantagetaxfirm.com
 Letitia 'Tish' Newbold
 954-605-4634  Lnewbold89@gmail.com

11-8-22 Election Candidate Information



** Revised Polling Place Location Information (Please look for new registration card from the Supervisor of Elections.)
Precinct D1
Grace Point Church
5590 NE 6 Avenue, Oakland Park, FL  33334
Precinct D2
Oakland Park Library
1298 NE 37 Street, Oakland Park, FL 33334
Precincts D3, D5
Collins Community Center
3900 NE 3 Avenue, Oakland Park, FL  33334
Precinct D4
N. Andrews Gardens Elementary School
345 NE 56 Street, Oakland Park, FL  33334
Precinct D6
Lloyd Estates Elementary School
750 NW 41 Street, Oakland Park, FL  33309
Precinct D7
Royal Park Condo Clubhouse
122 Royal Park Drive, Oakland Park, FL  33309
Precinct D8, D9
Boyd Anderson High School
3050 NW 41 Street, Lauderdale Lakes, FL  33309

Frequently Asked Questions



What role does the City Clerk's Office play in municipal elections?  
The City Clerk serves as the qualifying officer for candidates for the office of City Commissioner.  Qualification documents and campaign financial reports are filed with the City Clerk.  The City Clerk works in cooperation with the Broward County Supervisor of Elections office.

What are the requirements to run for office?
A qualified candidate must be a resident  who has resided continuously in the city for six (6) months prior to qualifying as a candidate. Each candidate for nomination and election as a member of the city commission shall be a duly qualified elector of the city at the time of qualifying.  

Are parties of candidates mentioned in elections?
No.  City elections are conducted on a nonpartisan basis.

Are there sign regulations?
Yes.  Candidates must apply for a sign permit with $100.00 bond. Political signs can only be posted 60 days prior to an election. Code Section 24-149 provides for sign display guidelines.
A written statement of permission for the placement of political signs upon any vacant land,  nonresidential tract or a residential tract, lot or parcel, or any lands not owned by the candidate must be provided to the City of Oakland Park upon placement of each sign.