It was a surprisingly sparse crowd that gathered in the Broward College South campus' Performing Arts Center on Tuesday to watch United For Care's Ben Pollara and Drug Free Florida's Javier Correoso debate Amendment 2 and the legalization of medical marijuana. Yet, the passions that are being infla ... More >>
At 9:45 a.m. yesterday, the George English Park Community Center voting station was about as active as Chik-Fil-A on a Sunday. The half dozen poll workers outnumbered the voters, and the polite older woman sitting outside the door wore a look of mild shock when approached and asked where to register ... More >>
Early voting is all the rage this election season. More than 80,000 voters flocked to the booths this past weekend to pick the president. But this is Florida, where nothing ever goes as planned. Complaints have already rolled in about long lines and wonky machines. To get a feel for what life a ... More >>
The Broward Republican Executive Committee released an open letter to Brenda Snipes, the county's Supervisor of Elections, claiming it's unfair that there aren't any early voting sites in Republican State Sen. Ellyn Bogdanoff's district.Republican State Rep. George Moraitis doesn't have an early ... More >>
Update 10:20 a.m.: Dolly Gibson from the Supervisor of Elections called to tell us the information has now appeared online. Enjoy! Nearly every candidate* who was elected to Broward County government office in the November 2008 election has an itemized list of campaign contributors available onli ... More >>
In a blow to the lead counsel in the Rothstein bankruptcy case, Judge Raymond Ray disqualified the Berger Singerman law firm from representing the trustee in a clawback suit against Qtask, a California company in which Scott Rothstein invested millions of dollars i ... More >>
Critics fear labeling on return envelopes could lead to ballots getting intentionally lost
Miriam is only the beginning. Them boys in Tallahassee may bag some really big game.
Broward's elections office has been hijacked by Republican activists. Blame local Democrats.