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Christine Hunschofsky Re-Elected Mayor of Parkland, Unopposed

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PARKLAND, FL - Mayor Christine Hunschofsky has been re-elected Mayor of Parkland for the next four years.  No opposition qualified to run against her. 

Hunschofsky said, "With qualifying week over, I am grateful and humbled to have been re-elected unopposed Mayor of the City of Parkland and I look forward to continue serving over the next four years. Thank you to my family and friends for your constant love and support. Thank you to ALL of the residents of Parkland - YOU are what makes this city so special and it is an honor and privilege to serve as your mayor."

She said, "If you have any questions, concerns or ideas, please reach out and contact me at chunschofsky@cityofparkland.org. I look forward to hearing from you."

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