Keeping “someplace special”: Here are the candidates for Cooper City’s District 4 Commissioner race Keeping “someplace special”: Here are the candidates for Cooper City’s District 4 Commissioner race
BY EMMA HUERTA While the November 3, 2020 presidential election is already creeping up on voters throughout the entire country, many municipal, local and... Keeping “someplace special”: Here are the candidates for Cooper City’s District 4 Commissioner race

BY EMMA HUERTA

While the November 3, 2020 presidential election is already creeping up on voters throughout the entire country, many municipal, local and state races are simultaneously building up traction within Florida. In Cooper City, the mayoral position and two commissioner seats– District 3 and District 4– are up for election at the municipal level. The current officials in these positions are Mayor Greg Ross, District 3 Commissioner Jeff Green and District 4 Commissioner James Curran, who also is the Building Operator Supervisor at CCHS.

While Green is running for re-election unopposed, the District 4 race contrarily has five different candidates seeking to replace Curran in office, as he completes his third and final term this year. To learn more about the candidates up to represent Cooper City, The Lariat Editorial Board asked each candidate a series of questions about their campaigns. Here are their responses:

Click “Next Page” at the bottom of each candidate’s answers to read the next set of answers. Click “Previous Page” to return to the previous set of answers.

Photo courtesy of Sun Sentinel

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