2019 General Municipal Election Guide
Seminole City Council
The City of Seminole operates under a Council-Manager form of government which is a system that combines the strong political leadership of elected officials in the form of a City Council, with the managerial experience of an appointed local government manager. The City Council consists of six Council members elected at large by the qualified electors of the City. The City Council may borrow money, contract loans and issue bonds pursuant to the provisions of Florida Statutes. The Council is also responsible for electing a Vice-Mayor and appointing members of the Charter Review Board which is established every five years.
Term: 3 years (no term limits)
|Candidate||Party||Vote Total||% of Votes||Result|
|Dr. Jim Olliver||NP||1,889||36.93%||Elected|
Race: 2019 » General Municipal Election » Seminole City Council
- President and Chairman of the Board of the Seminole Chamber of Commerce - Founding Provost, SPC Seminole Campus - VP for Institutional and Program Planning at SPC - VP at Pfeiffer College (now University) in NC - Dir of Research, NC Association of Independent Colleges and Universities