Chad will be the first openly LGBTQ Supervisor of Elections in Florida
A proud product of Broward County Public Schools, Chad Klitzman is an attorney, a screenwriter (“Candy Jar” on Netflix) and a Columbia Law School graduate who served in the Office of Management and Administration in the Obama White House. The former President of Kids Voting Broward and Student Ambassador to the Broward League of Cities, Chad left his job as an associate at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP in New York to come home and serve the community whose institutions, leaders and schools shaped the person he is today. Prior to working at Paul, Weiss, Chad spent two years in the General Counsel’s office at JetBlue Airways and served at the Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Highway Administration and in the offices of two members of Congress.
Chad is running for Supervisor of Elections to modernize the office, restore confidence in the voting process and ensure there is uniformity in process such that every function of the elections office has a procedure or manual that, when feasible, is made publicly available so the office can be held accountable. He personally drove 4,000 miles to visit each of the 67 Florida county elections offices and find best practices to bring back to Broward.