Voters in District 23 should look beyond re-electing Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Wasserman Schultz is Clinton's lackey. She seems to care more about promoting herself within the Democratic Party than representing the voters in District 23. Voters have an opportunity to oust her from office when they vote November 8th. Links to voting locations are below to help voters get to their precinct Nov 8th.Read More
Deborah Ross receives a 100% rating, endorsement from the Women's Chamber as a champion of women's economic priorities.Read More
As a 3rd Party Presidential candidate, Art Drew is launching his independent campaign for the 2016 Presidential Election by calling on veterans in the U.S to rally around his platform and presidential bid.Read More
The two major party U.S. Presidential nominees and their Vice Presidential picks come from "dirtiest" local and state governments noted for severe pollution. Yet, in 2016, polls show America's voters and citizens are more concerned than ever about environmental issues.Read More
Rosa DeLauro receives a 100% rating, endorsement from the Women's Chamber as a champion of women's economic priorities.Read More
Michelle Lujan Grisham receives a 100% rating, endorsement from the Women's Chamber as a champion of women's economic priorities.Read More
Emily Cain receives a 100% rating and endorsement from the U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce as a champion of women's economic priorities.Read More
Debbie Wasserman Schultz' tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives overlooked Fannie Mae's excesses, resulting in the Financial Disaster of 2008. Unemployment levels in Miam-Dade still have not gotten better than in 2007. Miami-Dade County unemployment is now at 5.4% . The unemployment rate has gotten worse in Broward County over the last 4 months to 4.50%. Broward and Miami-Dade make up District 23, where Wasserman Schultz is running for re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives.Read More
On August 30th Primary Election, Debbie Wasserman Schultz beat primary challenger Tim Canova by only around 7,000 votes. Debbie won 28,279 votes compared to Tim's 21,504 votes. This was the first time she was challenged in a Democrat Party Primary since she served in U.S. House of Representatives from 2004. This may be the tip of the iceberg of voter unrest or rejection of Debbie Wasserman Schultz on November 8th National Election, from among the 21,504 Democratic party primary voters.
3 More Hours to Vote. Now is the chance for Democrats in District 23 to "primary" Debbie Wasserman Schultz as disapproval for how she allegedly rigged the DNC against Bernie Sanders. District 23 covers Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. Polling places can be found by typing one's address into the Broward County Supervisors of Elections website or into the Miami-Dade election website.Read More
Laurel Bennett, Candidate for Florida House Representative District 86, discovered fake election results of the upcoming August 30 Primary election on the West Palm Beach News website, WPTV. Google Search Results on August 27th, claimed Laurel Bennett received 45% of the vote and just over 12K votes. Is this orchestrated fraud by WPTV or reckless irresponsible behavior by their web team for "testing" their results on a page that gets indexed in Google before the Primary Election?Read More
Hera Becker is a young and energetic Liberty Republican who is running against Sharon Day for State Committeewoman position in Broward County. She wants to grow the Republican Party and is passionate about the Constitution and keeping the U.S. a free country. She wants to attract independent and young voters to the GOP in Broward County.Read More
Here are Early Voting days and times before the Florida Election Primary August 30th. What is of special concern to voters also is a class action lawsuit over the alleged rigging of the presidential primaries in the Democratic Party revealed right before the DNC, which looms over Debbie Wasserman Schultz in light of her own primary August 30th. An evidentiary hearing for the lawsuit will be held August 23.Read More
Orphan Linet Achieng is the first woman to be elected to the prestigious leadership position of Student Body Chairperson at St. Paul's University. Before attending college, Linet was raised by Hekima Place children's home in Kiserian, Kenya. Ms. Achieng attends St. Paul's University on a scholarship awarded by Kingdom Ridge Capital, a hedge fund based in White Plains, New York.