In her first campaign appearance for President Obama this election, Caroline Kennedy made a stop at the Tamarac Community Center on Thursday, March 22 to connect with Women for Obama supporters in Broward County. Kennedy, daughter of President John F. Kennedy, is an attorney, writer, and editor and serves on the boards of numerous nonprofit organizations.
Marking this week’s two year anniversary of the passage of the Affordable Care Act, Kennedy reminded the packed crowd about President’s leadership on health care reform that protects Americans.
Already the bloggers are having a field day with this race and it has only begun. Let’s just hope for some maturity and civility in each of these races. Only the candidates at the top can stop the venom that is spewed from their friends. If they cannot show leadership early in the game, what can we expect from them when they are elected? Let’s all have a fair election and not let social media make a mockery out of the real issues affecting our communities.
As voters in Florida get ready to name the next victor in the first batch of Republican primaries and caucuses, nationally, Mitt Romney is ahead of Newt Gingrich. Among Republicans, over one-quarter (27%) would vote for former MassachusettsGovernor Mitt Romney in the primary while 21% would vote for former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich. One in ten would each vote for Congressman Ron Paul (11%) and former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (11%) and three in ten Republicans (29%) are still not at all sure who they would vote for in the Republican primary.
Tamarac Resident Julie Shapiro-Harris kicked off her run for Circuit Court Judge on December 4th at a party at the home of Kim Miller of Coral Springs.
Besides being an Attorney, Harris has a Masters Degree in social work.
By Marty Rubinstein When former Tamarac Commissioner Marc Sultanof passed away this week, there was still chatter going around the community about his dealings with the Chaits. Now that one side has been silenced, we’ll never know the whole story I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Marc (or insert any name you like here) […]