Election and Voting Information

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Weston City Commission

The Weston City Commission is comprised of five members:  the Mayor and four Commissioners.  The Mayor and Commissioners are elected at-large by a plurality vote, meaning the candidate with the highest number of votes wins the seat.  Although the Commission seats are separated into districts, all registered voters in Weston can vote for each seat.  There are no run-off elections.

By City Charter,  the Mayor and Commission are limited to serve two consecutive four-year terms.   An individual can once again become a candidate after having not served in that elected seat for one full term.  A Commissioner that has served two consecutive terms is still eligible to run for the position of Mayor immediately following his/her term.  Likewise, a Mayor having served two consecutive terms may be a candidate for Commissioner immediately following his/her Mayoral term.

Compensation for the position of Mayor is $13,000 annually, and for the position of Commissioner is $10,000 annually, and is set by the electorate of the City.

Election Information

For the election of:



and  consideration of TWO CHARTER AMENDMENTS

The following individuals have qualified for the Weston Municipal Election on Tuesday, 
November 6, 2018:

Commission Seat 3
Byron L. Jaffe        - Elected unopposed

Commission Seat 4
Nancy Cooke
Mary Molina-Macfie  

The unofficial election results of the November 6, 2018 Weston Election:

Weston, City Commissioner Seat 4:

Mary Molina-Macfie

Commissioners will be sworn into office on Monday, November 19, 2018 at the Weston City Commission Meeting, 7:00PM in Weston City Hall, 17200 Royal Palm Boulevard, Weston, FL

Weston Charter Question 1 below:  Was Adopted

1. Compensation for Mayor and City Commission
Since 2002, the current City Charter has provided for Commissioners to be
compensated at the rate of $10,000 per year and the Mayor to be compensated at
the rate of $13,000 per year. The proposed amendment would increase salaries
to $12,300 and $16,000 per year, respectively, effective on December 1, 2018, to
be increased annually on December 1, based on the annual change in the
Consumer Price Index (CPI).

Shall the above described Amendment be adopted?   Was Adopted

Weston Charter Question 2 below:  Was Not Adopted

2. Term Limits
The current City Charter provides for term limits for the Mayor and City
Commissioners. The proposed amendment would eliminate the term limits.
Shall the above described Amendment be adopted?  Was Not Adopted


To view the results with voter tallies please visit the Supervisor of Elections website Election Results Summary


City Commission Election and Term of Office

The City of Weston's municipal elections are held on the same dates as the November General Election every even-numbered year.  The Commission seats are staggered so that the entire Commission is not up for re-election at once.  The City is divided into four areas as delineated on the Commission Residential Seat Areas map and assigned numbered seats:  1, 2, 3, and 4.

City Commission Residential Seat Areas Map - Thumbnail

To qualify to run for election for a Commission Seat a person must be a resident of the Residential Area that he/she is running for, and have resided continuously within the Residential Area for which election is being sought for at least one year preceding the date of filing.  The Mayor is elected at-large and may reside in any area of the City.

Individuals who are interested in becoming a candidate for the City of Weston may contact the City Clerk for additional information.

The next General Election is scheduled for:  Tuesday, November 3, 2020

For additional information about elections in the City of Weston, contact:
Patricia A. Bates, MMC, City Clerk
Weston City Hall
17200 Royal Palm Boulevard
Weston, FL 33326


Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM 
Friday 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM 

Voter Registration / Information

Voter registration is handled by the Broward County Supervisor of Elections. Voter registration applications are available on the Supervisor of Elections website, at Weston City Hall and at all county libraries and drivers license bureaus.

To verify your voter registration status or to inquire about your polling location, visit
the Broward County Supervisor of Elections website at BrowardSOE.org or
call 954-357-7050.

Broward County Supervisor of Elections
115 S. Andrews Avenue, Room 102
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301



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