City Elections

City of Pembroke Pines
Notice of City Commission Vacancy

The City of Pembroke Pines is seeking to fill one Commission vacancy subsequent to the General Municipal Election on March 17, 2020.

Notice of Commission District Seat 4 Vacancy

City of Pembroke Pines Application Form.

Applications may be downloaded and are available in the Office of the City Clerk between the hours of 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM. The deadline to submit a completed and signed application is 5:00 PM on April 14, 2020, and may be submitted electronically to the Office of the City Clerk at, or by fax: 954 517-8402 at City of Pembroke Pines City Hall, Charles F, Dodge City Center, 601 City Center Way, Pembroke Pines, FL 33025.

In accordance with Section 3.11 of City of Pembroke Pines Charter, unless otherwise provided by law, if a vacancy occurs on the City Commission, the remaining members of the City Commission may, by majority vote, appoint a qualified individual to fill the vacancy on an interim basis.  The City Commission shall adopt a resolution setting forth the process of appointing an interim member of the City Commission pursuant to this section.


Municipal Elections and Presidential Preference Primary Election on March 17, 2020.This link provides direct access to the Election Night reporting. 

Frank C. Ortis - Running for Mayor Citywide
Angelo Castillo - Running for Mayor Citywide
Jay D. Schwartz - Running for Commission Seat District 2
Mark O'Loughlin - Running for Commission Seat District 2
The following candidate was unopposed:
Iris A. Siple - Running for Commission Seat District 3 (unopposed)

Pembroke Pines Polling Precincts

See Polling Precinct List here.**
The election precincts X039 and X040 at Pembroke Falls Clubhouse will be closed during the March 17, 2020 election due to building refurbishment.
**Precinct X039 is temporarily relocated to Walter C. Young Middle School.
**Precinct X040 is temporarily relocated to Flanagan High School.
These changes are temporary and affect only the March 17, 2020 election.