Incumbent With Unfinished Business

Cyndy Floyd is a Pompano Beach native and is looking to garner another term on the dais.

“I came on the dais during COVID. At this time, the city meetings were still on Zoom. Now that COVID is over, I can get more involved in the things that I was already doing,” Floyd told Villij News. Floyd would like to complete the work on the Pompano Isles Casino project, the upgrades of McNair Park, and work to reduce homelessness and the housing crisis through affordable housing and rental assistance.

She is focused on creating economic opportunities so residents of Pompano Beach can live off of their wages, resources for entrepreneurs, and developing ways to create generational wealth. Floyd is also dedicated to making sure residents and businesses feel safe in their community, combating climate change, and developing commuter-friendly options to reduce car traffic.

Unity is also a big component of Floyd’s campaign. She wants to continue to bridge the gap between District 5’s residents and cross all social, racial, and economic lines.

Floyd’s background is in senior living, where she spent more than 25 years working in administration, medical billing, as well as food and beverage. Her last job was at the Court at Palm Aire senior living facility, where she was a bookkeeper and business office manager working with Medicare and Medicaid billing. She retired in 2021 to give her full attention to her commission work. She is a proud member of Worldwide Christian Center in Pompano Beach. She has been endorsed by the Firefighter’s Union Local 1549, Black Vote Broward, Latino Voters, Broward County Commissioner Robert McKenzie, Former Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness, Former Pompano Beach Commissioner Ed Phillips, Broward County School Board Chair Torey Alston, and Broward County Clerk of Court Brenda Foreman.

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