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One of the other candidates for Seat 3 has proposed reallocating funds from the Coral Springs Police Department to other areas. Please see my response to this harmful idea HERE.

Please see my statements on the Peaceful Protests in Coral Springs, and the City of Coral Springs' response to the Coronavirus crisis under ISSUES.


I love the city of Coral Springs. I moved to this city back in 1987 and have devoted my career to making it a better place. As time has passed, I have become more involved in our city, and have chosen to take a more active role in helping it become all it can be.

When I ran for the special election last year for the open commission seat, I did so because I believe I can help our city continue to achieve prosperity and security, even while continuing my decades-long efforts to bring peace to our very diverse community. When I fell just short of winning the seat, coming in second in a field of six candidates, I knew that many people in Coral Springs agree with my vision, and are looking for a candidate they can trust to represent them, their concerns, and their needs on the commission.

For that reason, I am now running for Coral Springs Commission Seat 3. I ask that you join me in this effort. Please sign up for our email blasts, and join our campaign to make Coral Springs even better!


I am running for a Coral Springs City Commission Seat because I believe that Coral Springs, as good a city as it is today, can become an even better place. 

We live in a time where people are looking for leaders who truly care, not for those who are feathering their own nests at their expense, and certainly not for those who only see them as stepping stones to the next thing.

We live in a great city. It deserves the best from our leaders. It deserves leaders who will serve on behalf of the people, leaders who understand that every millage or fee increase forces real families to make difficult and painful choices in order to pay for those increases. It deserves leaders who are committed to making Coral Springs an affordable place to live, work, and raise a family.

I am a leader like that.

I have lived and served in north Broward since 1987. For thirty-three years I have worked in Coral Springs among its people and leaders with the goal of lifting people into their destiny and helping them achieve success. As a business leader, I am well aware of the types of things that are necessary to help our city, its businesses, and its people thrive. As a long-time leader in the religious community, I know what builds and unites people, and can help build and unite the people of this community while serving on the commission.

I believe it is time to take an even more active role in helping our city move forward. That is why I intend to be the next Coral Springs Commissioner in Seat #3.

I ask for your support as together we make Coral Springs better. I ask for your vote as we continue to let Coral Springs shine.



Monday, March 23, 2020 12:51 PM

Campaign Launch Postponed

Since all Coral Springs' restaurants are closed to on-site dining, we have postponed our campaign launch.

Wednesday, March 11, 2020 8:57 PM

Campaign Kickoff Scheduled

Our campaign kickoff is on Tuesday, March 24th from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at Bru's Room in Coral Springs (1000 N. University Drive). Please come and join us!

Paid for by Randal Cutter, Non-Partisan, For Coral Springs Commission Seat 3.
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