Chief among the City Clerk's responsibilities, as clerk of the municipal body, is to serve as Supervisor of Elections for the City of North Lauderdale. All municipal elections, including general and special elections in the City of North Lauderdale are held in accordance with applicable State of Florida Election Laws or special laws affecting elections in Broward County, Florida. All elections are called by resolution or ordinance of the City Commission, and adopted not less than forty-five (45) days before the date of such election.
General Municipal Elections
The City of North Lauderdale holds elections in November of even numbered years, in accordance with laws governing municipal elections in Broward County. The City of North Lauderdale is divided into four Commission Districts (District “A”, “B”, “C” and “D”), with one Commissioner residing in each district. The Mayor is elected city-wide on an “at-large” basis.
North Lauderdale's officials are elected in staggered terms. The next general municipal elections will be held for the following seats, and every four years thereafter:
Mayor (at-large) - Nov. 2018
District A Commissioner - Nov. 2018
District B Commissioner - Nov. 2018
District C Commissioner - Nov. 2020
District D Commissioner - Nov. 2020
Any person wishing to become a candidate, must be a qualified elector who has resided continuously in the City of North Lauderdale for one (1) year prior to qualifying in the District for which you will run and must file all the required forms with the City Clerk's Office.
For additional information, please contact the City Clerk at 954-724-7056.
Registering to Vote
The City Clerk’s office has voter registration forms in English. You can access forms in other languages and any additional voter information from the Broward County Supervisor of Elections at www.browardsoe.org.