Tim Smith is a short, compact man with a quick boyish smile and the watchful, hungry look of a salesman prowling the front of a car lot. On Election Day last week, he arrived at his neighborhood polling place, the Gay and Lesbian Community Center, promptly at 8:30 in the morning, hand in hand with his wife, Cindy. For an alert politician like Smith, it didn't take more than a split second to size up the scene. There wasn't another voter in sight. After four months of pounding away about his "vision" for Fort Lauderdale in a mayoral campaign billed as the first serious challenge to Mayor Jim Naugle in 12 years, the voters were... More >>>