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2018 Election

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Election Results

 

Mayor Seat #5 (4 Year Term) - Official Results

Ken Thurston - Unopposed

 

Lauderhill Seat #2 Commissioner (2 Year Term) - Unofficial Results

Choice

 Percent

 Votes

 John Beckford (NON)  16.44%  3,451
 Richard Campbell (NON)  45.60%  9,574
 Sarah McIntosh (NON)  9.46%  1,986
 Mae Smith (NON)  28.50%  5,984

 

Lauderhill Seat #4 Commissioner (4 Year Term) - Unofficial Results

 Choice

 Percent

Vote

 Denise D. Grant (NON)      65.29%  13,530
 Glen Hinkson (NON)  4.19%  868
 Robert Lynch (NON)  12.87%  2,667
 Ray Martin (NON)  17.66%  3,659

 

Election Referendum Questions

Question 1
Acting City Manager
Shall the City of Lauderhill amend its Charter, Section 6.04 to require that the designated Acting City Manager be a member of the administrative staff as described in Ordinance 18O-04-110?

Choice

 Percent

 Vote

 For (NON)  85.73%  17,613
 Against (NON)  14.27%  2,932

 

Question 2
Acting City Attorney
Shall the City of Lauderhill amend its Charter, Section 8.03 to state that the Assistant City Attorney shall serve as the City Attorney in his or her absence as described in Ordinance 18O-04-111?

Choice

 Percent

 Vote

 For (NON)  82.37%  16,184
 Against (NON)  17.63%  3,465

 

Question 3
Candidate Residency Requirement
Shall the City of Lauderhill amend its Charter, Section 7.02 to require that candidates to elective office must have been a resident of the City for at least 2 years prior to taking office as described in Ordinance 18O-04-112?

Choice

 Percent

Vote

 For (NON)  85.78%  17,497
 Against (NON)  14.22%  2,900

 

Question 4
City Manager Background Check
Shall the City of Lauderhill amend its Charter, Section 6.02 to require a comprehensive background investigation as part of the City Manager's qualifications as described in Ordinance 18O-04-113?

Choice

 Percent

 Vote

 For (NON)  90.80%  18,882
 Against (NON)  9.20%  1,914