Tag Archives: Broward County Ballot 2008

Florida Election Ballot Special

Simply put – wanted to thank all of my readers who have written me and commented on the posts for this election. To make it easier to find answers to your questions, I wanted to provide a link to all of the posts for your information. Continue reading

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Oliver Parker / Fred Segal for Broward Soil & Water Conservation District

So – after a blog comment expressing a familiar refrain of frustration on who are Oliver Parker and Fred Segal, I decided to dial some of my contacts and look into reaching out to the two candidates for the position of Broward County Soil and Water Conservation District 3. Continue reading

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Seeking information for the Broward County Ballot? So was I.

One of the most amazing things that happened this past week was my own frustration on trying to vote ont he Broward County ballot and then discovering how much content was missing. ┬áSimply put – being an informed voter is … Continue reading

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Summary of Broward Charter Amendments on 2008 Ballot

In keeping with my promise, I am including the ten amendments that are being discussed to modify the Broward County Charter. I have been very careful about my publishing of these summaries since I am not trying to suggest one way or another on how to vote.

For the ten initiatives to modify the Broward County Charter, I am listing what I have found published at CBS4.com’s site (with a corresponding link) and the opinion of the Miami Herald and the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel. Continue reading

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Political Lunch: On Mail In Broward Ballots and Twitter Vote Report

During my trip, I visited the Hudson Street Studios and filmed an episode of Political Lunch with Rob Millis to talk about the Broward mail-in ballot, the joys of the “bubbie patrol” and the exciting efforts of the Twitter Vote Report team (#votereport). Continue reading

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