Did you know Mike Satz was first elected as Broward State Attorney in 1976? Yep, same year as Jimmy Carter. Is Broward better off now than it was 36 years ago?
Judging by his latest financial report, the answer is no. Satz raised just $8,450. He spent nearly $7,589.49.
But, hey at least Alan Jean got $5000.
Satz faces a strong challenge from Republican Jim Lewis on November 6.
Chris Mancini, staunch defender of Josephus Eggelletion, wins the “Mark Gendal Award” for worst campaign sign.
It’s too wordy. The website address is laughable. You have to walk up to it to read it.
Chris, this is the type of sign used when someone does NOT want the candidate to win! Maybe your campaign guru Judy Stern is back to sharing salami sandwiches with Mike Satz?
You should ask for a refund.
Mancini hopes to win the Democrat nomination for Broward State Attorney.
The highly ineffective Satz was first elected back in 1976 alongside Jimmy Carter!!!
The “winner” will face Republican Jim Lewis in November.
They’re using the same old game plan. Glossy mailers touting endorsements fill your mailbox. Robocalls urge super voters to overlook corrupt deals and immunized testimony. Ads fill local papers catering to diverse communities as if the politician actually cares about that diverse community.
They are trying to fool us all over again.
They think you’re ignoring social media and blogs that reveal the dirty underbelly of Broward’s crony capitalism. They think you won’t notice their campaign coffers are filled with companies and lobbyists eager to do business with local government.
They think there is protection in the shadows.
They think you’re ignoring the open records available with a simple google search. They think you’ll never see the big campaign expenditures to Democrat campaign consultants. They think you’ll never find the corporations created to feed off the public trough.
They think you’ll miss their posts and tweets showing the alliances with other undesirable candidates. They think you’ll never figure out which PAC, CCE or ECO is protecting them.
They run on records as thin as the paper they are printed on. Years of waste and corruption papered over by worthless endorsements of friendly organizations out to protect the status quo.
They think you will chalk this up to “coincidence”. They hope you’ll doubt your own common sense. They hope you’ll blame it on “partisanship” or shoddy journalism.
Your instincts are right. Trust them.
There are no coincidences in Broward county.
A tea party conservative Republican pandering to the crowd in power is just as bad as a liberal Democrat that panders to the same crowd. Broward county has too many of these people. We do not need more.
Prove them wrong.