PARKLAND, FL- Broward Commissioner Michael Udine was re-elected for another 4 year term for District 3 unopposed on Friday. District 3 serves Coral Springs, Parkland, Tamarac and North Lauderdale.
"I'm gratified that the residents of Northwest Broward have chosen to give me another term to represent and serve them," shared Udine.
Udine graduated from J. P. Taravella High School and the University of Florida Law School and resides in Parkland with his wife, Stacey. They have 3 children: David, Matt and Lexi. Udine is a practicing attorney and owner of the law firm Udine and Udine. He got his start in politics as a Parkland City Commissioner and later served as Parkland Mayor. Udine was first elected in 2016 as Broward County Commissioner.
While in office Broward County Commissioner Udine worked hard for the new state of the art 911 Emergency Communications system. Text to 911 was launched on April 2, 2019, enabling people to text law enforcement in an emergency when a situation is not safe to verbally communicate.
Udine promotes small business ownership and is focusing his attention on attracting technology-based industry to Broward County for high paying, skilled jobs. His goals are to protect taxpayers and strengthen our economy.
"I'm gratified that the residents of Northwest Broward have chosen to give me another term to represent and serve them," shared Udine. "I look forward to continue working on issues that deeply affect my community, including public safety, generation of new jobs and businesses, and helping to improve the environment and quality of life."
For more information visit District 3 Commissioner Michael Udine