As a guest contributor to Coral Springs Talk, it’s my job to do the dirty jobs so that you don’t have to. Attending last night’s forum of the candidates for Coral Springs Mayor and City Commissioners was one such job, held at St. Andrew’s Church and moderated by the League of Women Voters.
The Broward Young Democrats held their Annual Awards Banquet on Saturday and although the media had a field day with the fact that it was held at Coral Springs Funeral home, the event was alive and well with cocktails, live music and appearances from some of Broward County’s most prolific politicians.
Governor Rick Scott made a pit stop in Coral Springs on Thursday and was met by an enthusiastic crowd of fellow Republicans.
The Coral Springs/Parkland Democratic club held a “Rock the Vote” picnic on Sunday, inviting area club members to meet elected officials and learn more about candidates running in November’s election.
Although no dogs were allowed into the restaurant for the Inaugural Fundraiser for Police K9’s, the event was all about them, raising over $2,200 for their care.
On Monday, candidates running for judicial and school board seats had an opportunity to convince Coral Springs residents at Park Summit Senior Living Center why they should vote for them.
Photos from the the City of Coral Springs Memorial Day service on Monday morning at Veterans Park.
Candidate Lou Cimaglia, held his kickoff party last week at Wings Plus along with long-time friends who were there to offer support to the 58-year resident of Broward County.
“He is one of the hardest working, honest people that I know,” said Fran Cunningham who worked with Cimaglia at Coldwell Banker.
Friends came out to Bonefish Grill on Monday night to show their support for candidate Joy Carter who is running for an open Coral Springs City Commission seat in November.
The 2014 Teen Political Forum, an open mic style forum where students address state and local elected officials and ask questions that are important to them. Rescheduled for Thursday, April 24, at 6:30 pm after storms canceled the originally scheduled March date, high school students who live in Coral Springs or attend local Coral Springs high schools, are invited to attend this educational and leadership-building event.