My primary recommendations

School Board

School Board Seat 4: Robert Mayersohn*

School Board Seat 6: Laurie Rich Levinson

School Board Seat 7: Nora Rupert

School Board Seat 8 (At-Large): Nick Sakhnovsky*

Federal Elections

US Senate: Kendrick Meek

US Congress – District 22: Ron Klein

Statewide Elections

Governor: Alex Sink

Attorney General: Dan Gelber*

County Commission

Seat 6 – Suzanne “Sue” Gunzburger

County Court Judges:

Peter Barry Skolnik

Edward H. Merrigan, Jr.

Linda R Pratt

Mary Rudd Robinson*

Roshawn Banks

F.J. McLawrence

Circuit Judges:

Kenneth L Gillespie

Elijah H Williams*

Carlos A Rodriguez

Carlos Rebollo

Alan Bernstein

John Luzzo

Lisa Porter

Sandra Perlman

Eileen M O’Connor

The candidates with the * indicate that these are my extreme preferences, either because they are outstanding candidates or their opponent does not deserve election and/or is not qualified. There are several judicial races that I have not recommended and, again, can discuss that with you personally or by message.

A little about me: I am an attorney who lives in Parkland with an office in Coral Springs.  I am a PROGRESSIVE Democrat.  I am also a board member of the Coral Springs/Parkland Democratic Club.  Here are my primary recommendations:

School Board

School Board Seat 4: Robert Mayersohn*

School Board Seat 6: Laurie Rich Levinson

School Board Seat 7: Nora Rupert

School Board Seat 8 (At-Large): Nick Sakhnovsky*

Federal Elections

US Senate: Kendrick Meek

US Congress – District 22: Ron Klein

Statewide Elections

Governor: Alex Sink

Attorney General: Dan Gelber*

County Commission

Seat 6 – Suzanne “Sue” Gunzburger

County Court Judges:

Peter Barry Skolnik

Edward H. Merrigan, Jr.

Linda R Pratt

Mary Rudd Robinson*

Roshawn Banks

F.J. McLawrence

Circuit Judges:

Kenneth L Gillespie

Elijah H Williams*

Carlos A Rodriguez

Carlos Rebollo

Alan Bernstein

John Luzzo

Lisa Porter

Sandra Perlman

Eileen M O’Connor

The candidates with the * indicate that these are my extreme preferences, either because they are outstanding candidates or their opponent does not deserve election and/or is not qualified. There are several judicial races that I have not recommended and, again, can discuss that with you personally or by message.

Author: Nick Steffens

Macher (MAKH-ah) a "maker" -- a big shot, the big boss, the one who makes things happen, a mover and shaker, a successful business person, Big Man on Campus. "He started out in the mail room and now he's a big macher. Runs the whole North American division!" "He gets elected to the condo board and now he thinks he's a big macher."