By Bryan Boggiano
Two incumbents are re-elected unopposed on the city commission, but the competition is heating up for Seat 2.
Mayor Scott Brook has been reelected to an additional two-year term for Seat 1, while Vice Mayor Joshua Simmons will be reelected to another four-year term for Seat 2.
In the lead-up to the election, Brook’s campaign brought in $12,325 and spent $836.53. According to campaign finance records, Simmons’s campaign brought in $35,771 and spent $19,655.72.
Commissioner Shawn Cerra will face a reelection battle for a second term to Seat 4 from one candidate, Daniel Foganholi, Broward County Public Schools District 5 School Board Representative.
Gov. Ron DeSantis appointed Foganholi to the seat in April after Rosalind Osgood resigned to run for election to State Senate District 33, which she won.
According to finance reports, Cerra’s campaign brought in $2,500 and has no reported expenditures. Records for Foganholi’s campaign were not available as of press time.
An additional candidate, Jose Alvelo, did not submit qualifying documentation as of noon Friday, according to Debra Thomas, city clerk. He will not appear on the ballot.
The election for Seat 2 will be held on Nov. 8, 2022.
- A University of Florida journalism graduate, Bryan is pursuing his masters in geosciences at Florida International University. He has a strong interest in weather, entertainment, and journalism.
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