History can be made on November 6, 2018. We can help elect the first Democratic Governor of Florida in 20 years, and the first African-American Governor! We can help Broward County do what is necessary to make sure that Andrew Gillum is elected Governor, Bill Nelson is re-elected Senator in Florida, and Amendment 4 passes to restore the right to vote to the 1.5 million Floridians with felony convictions. And you can get involved and be a part of that effort.
At the West Regional Courthouse yesterday, Joseph Russel, Lauren Tate, and John Countryman helped to register 10 voters (7 of them Democrats!), collect 12 vote-by-mail requests, 5 universal background check demands, and 54 pledges to vote yes on Amendment 4!
Here’s what else is going on:
On Saturday and Sunday, September 8th and 9th, we will be knocking on doors in east Plantation to let people know about Tuesday’s meeting at the Jim Ward Community Center, and about Andrew Gillum, Bill Nelson, and why it’s so important for everyone to vote in the Mid-Term Elections. Please let me know if you can join us.
On Monday and Wednesday, September 10th and 12th, I will be back at the West Regional Courthouse (Pine Island & Broward) from 10 AM to 2 PM to register voters and sign people up to vote by mail. Please let me know if you can join me.
On Tuesday, September 11th, the Plantation Democratic Club will have its monthly meeting at 7 PM at the Jim Ward Community Center 301 NW 46 Avenue in Plantation. We will be talking about what’s going on in Washington, and what will be on the ballot. I will be making a presentation on the Constitutional Amendments which will be on the November Ballot. Save the date and join us!
For those who live in Plantation, at 7 PM on Thursday, September 13th, there will be a Meet and Greet (NOT a fund-raiser) for Nick Sortal who is in the race for Plantation City Council at the home of Ryan & Maris Barth, 9343 NW 10 Street in the Enclave at Jacaranda Lakes in Plantation. RSVP to Maria at 954-588-3982.
My wonderful summer volunteer, Joseph Russel, will be going back to UCLA next week. I will miss him sorely and will need help at the Courthouse on Monday and Wednesday, September 17th & 19th. I arrive at 10 AM and leave at 2 PM and I need help putting up and taking down the canopy. So please let me know if you will be able to join me at the West Regional Courthouse on those days
As for the North Broward Democratic Club’s Annual Labor Day Picnic which was rained out on Monday, September 3rd, I believe it is being re-scheduled in October. More when I find out.
Remember: Broward County and Florida can lead the nation in voting for blue candidates who will bring sanity back to our nation. And you can help!
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