The denial of marriage licenses to gay couples by Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis have left many people angry, and Mitch Ceasar, member of the Democratic National Party executive board was no exception. He spoke out on Wednesday night about her actions and the ensuing media circus upon her release.
The afternoon thunderstorms on Monday didn’t stop the die-hard Democrats who trudged out to the annual Labor Day Picnic in the pouring rain. They just brought along jackets and umbrellas and waited out the storms under one of the pavilions at Pompano Park.
Broward County Democratic Chair and lobbyist Mitch Ceasar has just announced that he has just filed to run for the office of Clerk of the Courts on Monday morning.
State Representative Jared Moskowitz updated the residents of the Kings Point Democratic Club on what happened during the legislative session in Tallahassee and why the budget wasn’t passed.
The four year long ordeal has ended for former Mayor Beth Talabisco on Wednesday after she was found not guilty on all counts on charges of corruption.
Want to meet Hillary Clinton this Friday? Then plan on coughing up $2,700 to do it.
This week, Sheriff Scott Israel hosted one of many fundraising receptions in anticipation of his 2016 reelection campaign and he’s not taking another four years in office for granted.
The mother of all garden parties was given on Sunday by Broward County Commissioner Martin Kiar who seeks to become Broward County’s next Property Appraiser in 2016.
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Economic Development Manager Ana Zeinieh has left to take a position with the City of Coral Springs. If that sounds familiar, former Director of Community Development Jennifer Bramley left last year to work for them as well as their Deputy City Manager.
As we observe Women’s History Month in March, we want to recognize and honor the many ways women continue to make Broward County a great place to live, work and visit.
Before he was introduced the President told the audience that no questions about the Doral Charter School would be permitted during the Q & A because the mayor had informed him that the charter school issue is not one that has come before the commission, nor brought to their attention.
One resident doesn’t give a hoot about plans for a new charter school being built.
A burrowing owl who has made her home on the land proposed for a new charter school plans on raising her family right there.
By: Sharon Aron Baron Back in 2012, City Commissioners Diane Glasser and Pam Bushnell were both reelected unopposed, which means their constituents were pretty much happy with the way they were doing things over in City hall. Or were they weren’t paying attention. In 2016, the District 1 and 3 seat will be up for […]
The event held Thursday evening was moderated by Joel Davidson, President of the Tamarac/Sawgrass Democratic Club. Candidates on the panel included Michelle Gomez and Stewart Webster who are both running for the District 2 Seat, along with Harry Dressler and Mike Gelin running for the Mayor’s seat.
By: Sharon Aron Baron On November 4, 2014 residents will be voting to elect a new Mayor and City Commissioner for District 2. Although both Mayor Harry Dressler and City Commissioner Michelle Gomez are currently in the seats, they were appointed for those positions and were never voted in by the residents of Tamarac. Residents have a […]
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By: Sharon Aron Baron A funny thing happened during Governor Rick Scott’s visit to South Florida on Thursday: running into Christine Timmon, write-in candidate for Lieutenant Governor who was dressed in what appeared to be a burka holding a sign “Wife Murder Higher After Scott Veto,” and “Tax Breaks for Murder.” Timmon who says she is […]
Governor Rick Scott made a pit stop in South Florida on Thursday and was met by an enthusiastic crowd of fellow Republicans.
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.