Broward fans don’t need a smart TV to watch the Miami Dolphins play on Thursday Night Football. This season, NFL Thursday night games are shown exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. But the NFL makes an accommodation for home market fans without access to the streaming service.
Tonight’s Dolphins vs Bengals game will air on WSFL Channel 39 (The CW) at 8pm. Channel 39 is available OTA (over the air) with an antenna and through most cable and streaming providers.
On Sunday, a Broward Supervisor Of Elections Office (SOE) employee left his post at the African-American Research Library in Fort Lauderdale to scold REDBROWARD. The gentleman, who was guarding the ballot drop off box in the parking lot, told this reporter that taking photographs were forbidden within 150 feet of the polling place. This employee was not concerned about a giant rally for Democrat candidates less than fifty feet from the ballot box.
A small parking lot approximately 45 feet from the ballot drop box was the setting for a partisan “Souls To The Polls” rally. A disc jokey played music from a large mobile stage (owned by Broward County government) emblazoned with the NAACP logo. Some workers for the Charlie Crist campaign sat under a red tent on the east end of the stage. On the west end, a large tent belonging to the Zeta Alpha Lambda fraternity was surrounded by large barbecue grills.
Less than a hour after a Broward SOE employee harassed REDBROWARD, Democrat gubernatorial candidates Charlie Crist and Nikki Fried were manning the barbecue grills.
Other Democrat candidates posed for pictures with the gentlemen of Zeta Alpha Lambda.
As REDBROWARD reported yesterday, Broward SOE workers allowed DNC & Broward Democrat Party official Grace Carrington to pass out party endorsement cards less than 150 feet away from the Coral Springs early voting polling place. Now, Broward SOE employees clearly stood by as a small carnival was set up less than 50 feet from a ballot drop box.
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