Flickr: eschipulIn the months before yesterday's election, Broward candidates lined up behind campaign rainmakers who possessed extraordinary powers for rounding up votes. Of course, they would share these powers only if the price was right. Since incumbents could outraise their challengers, incu ... More >>
ShifrelTake a bow Jack Shifrel. No matter what happens in tomorrow's election, you've already made over $15,000 across eight county and state judicial races. Of course, Shifrel won't be keeping all of that loot. Some of it surely goes to the condo commandos who make sure that a candidate's name a ... More >>
Alright, Davis beats Smith in a close race (which I thought would be even closer). That's what Smith gets for selling his soul to Big Sugar (B.S.) and using dirty political ploys to try to fool voters into thinking Davis was anti-Semitic and racist. The victory sets up what I think is going to be a ... More >>
In this primary season, these political superheroes really stand out.
Candidate Jim Waldman makes excuses for his ex-con buddy.
Rose Honored By Commissioners Gunzburger and Wasserman-Rubin In response to a bit of snark, State House candidate Amy Rose provides the Pulp a rather involved response to my suggestion that we keep the eye on her. Why? She's running for the District 95 seat against Jim Waldman at the same time she's ... More >>
Another in the long tradition of Broward elephants posing as donkeys.
Braying for Success
Bush's war has sent the Democratic Party scurrying for cover