Those political “Meet & Greets” are great if you can get people to show up and donate money, however, it’s almost like preaching to the choir when the same old people are showing up to show their support. Well, Chappy Davidson isn’t wasting his time sitting in restaurants with his band of supporters…….
Local Candidate for Broward County School Board District 4 gave Mitt Romney the Pink slip during Romney’s campaign rally in Pompano Beach, Florida.
Nick Steffens, a resident of Coral Springs, caught Mitt Romney off guard during his campaign stop in January by tossing pink slips all over him after his campaign speech.
Gentle Ben has no business being in the mean world of politics. He’s just too much of a softie. His conservative party may want him to be a bit tougher, but that’s just not in his nature. Ben just wants to help everyone around him and he doesn’t care to really concentrate on his own campaign (which is a major one) and needs an incredible amount of funding.
Monday night brought out politicians and supporters of Dr Mark Gendal as he held his kickoff celebration for his run for City Commissioner.
In 2010, Gendal ran for City Commission against incumbent Claudette Bruck and lost by 853 votes. This time he is running in an open seat left by Vince Boccard, who is leaving the seat to run for Mayor.
Heavy rain didn’t deter friends and supporters from joining Vince Boccard at the Meet and Greet for his Mayoral campaign in Coral Springs on Monday evening.
The event was held at La Fontana Restaurant where the rain briefly let up at just the right time for the outdoor event.
Currently a Coral Springs City Commissioner, Boccard was first elected to City Commission in 2006 and reelected in 2010.
Shelly Solomon kicked off her bid to become the next School Board Member in District 4 by hosting a “Campaign Kick-Off” in Coral Springs on Monday night.
Held at Meyer’s Latin Flair Restaurant, Solomon was joined by her four children, friends and supporters.
While most people toss the campaign mailers in their mailbox, I not only read them, I save most of them in a thick folder where I’ve kept them since 2000.
With only two more weeks to obtain all 10,417 signatures necessary to get on the ballot by petition, drives like this one tonight at Wings Plus in Coral Springs are important for Lamberti and his volunteers.
The School Board race for District 4 will have a competitive season now that six candidates have filed to run in the open seat. More candidates have filed to run in District 4 race than for any other school board race in the county. There may seem to be a lot of candidates, however, during this time in 2010, there were seven candidates, with only six made it past qualifying.
The City of Coral Springs hosted its fifth annual teen political forum which was open to all students at local Coral Springs schools. The event which was held at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts on April 2nd is a question and answer forum educate students on matters that are important to them. Read more….