County Commissioner Ritter Interviews Sheriff Lamberti in Tamarac

Broward County Commissioner Stacy Ritter interviews Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti at the Tamarac Cafe Diner in her video series called “Coffee with Stacy.”

In it, Lamberti discusses the Broward Sheriff’s Department important projects and the budget for the upcoming 2012-13 fiscal year.  One of the topics included is one of the biggest issues in Broward County right now: Identity theft.

The event was live and members of the audience were able to ask questions.

Both Stacy Ritter, Democrat, and Al Lamberti, Republican, are running for reelection on November 6.  Ritter faces Robert Sutton, Republican, and Lamberti faces Scott Israel, Democrat.

Tamarac Cafe Diner is located at Nob Hill Road and McNab Road in the Tamarac Marketplace Shopping Center.

Watch all segments of her interview here.

Disclaimer:  Stacy Ritter is an obvious sponsor of this website.

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  • Maceoblow

    To the end, Al Lamberti is showing himself to be the crooked public official he is.

  • BigPattyMac

    The Sheriff is getting desperate. Lamberti recently rigged the Broward County Policeman’s Benevolent Association’s candidate endorsement process giving control of the endorsement process to only 15 hand-picked PBA members, preventing the entire membership from voting. The manipulated endorsement will supposedly give Lamberti the PBA’s stamp of approval. Go to http://thefloridagrind.com/joomla/

    • What BigPattyMac fails to mention is the PBA “hand picked” the board and this is just another scott israel attempt to make up for the fact that the DEC doesnt support him. Sorry Scott