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Dale Holness’ Gave $1,000 Contribution To Political Committee Tied To Tamarac Commissioner Marlon Bolton & Happy Feet Advertising

The real estate company owned by former Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness gave $1,000 to a political committee tied to Tamarac Commissioner Marlon Bolton and the mysterious Happy Feet Advertising company, records show. On January 4, 2022, Holness’ All Broward Realty made the $1,000 contribution to Broward Vision PAC. REDBROWARD previously exposed the deep ties between Broward Vision PAC and Marlon Bolton.

In September 2019, Trace Robinson created the Broward Vision PAC political committee using the same post office box address used by businesses owned by Marlon Bolton. Florida business records list Marlon Bolton and Trace Robinson as owners of The Driven Project, Praise Experience Worldwide Outreach Church, and South Florida Theological Seminary, Inc.

Last year, REDBROWARD revealed ties between Broward Vision PAC and North Lauderdale Commission Regina Martin, another Bolton ally. On September 11, 2020, Regina Martin announced Broward Vision endorsed her campaign. “Thank you Broward Vision for your support and endorsement of our campaign..#letsrebuildtogether.”

State elections records show half of Broward Vision PAC donors were longtime Marlon Bolton donors. At least Twelve of Broward Vision PAC donors contributed to Marlon Bolton’s 2020 re-election campaign. Most of those funds were spent on businesses with ties to Bolton.

State of Florida campaign records show Broward Vision PAC paid $1,400 to Exy Consultants, a corporation created under the Happy Feet Advertising LLC name by Robinson. Exy Consultants used the same P.O. Box 451711 address as Marlon Bolton. Trace Robinson is the founder of Happy Feet Advertising.

On December 12, 2021, Broward Vision PAC paid $3,370 to Happy Feet Advertising LLC for consulting. Last month, Broward Vision PAC paid nearly $3,300 to Minuteman Press in Coral Springs and $300 to WZOP of Lauderdale Lakes.

REDBROWARD readers will recognize that these companies regularly do business with committees tied to Marlon Bolton.

Loyal readers will also remember our report yesterday detailing Tamarac Commissioner Debra Placko’s 2018 payment to another company owned by Trace Robinson. Just week after Placko paid $4,000 to Robinson’s Residents United Advertising LLC, she was endorsed by the illegal A Better Florida For All PAC. REDBROWARD exposed the ties between A Better Florida For All and Dale Holness and Omar Smith, his campaign guru.

Why are there so many political committees involved in Tamarac politics?

Why are so many Tamarac politicians eager to support these mysterious political committees?

What is Marlon Bolton’s true role with these committees and companies?

Marlon Bolton refuses to answer questions about Happy Feet Advertising, Resident United Advertising LLC, Residents United PAC, Broward Vision PAC, Go Tamarac Go PAC, Conservative Governance PAC, Our Blue Democracy PAC, Trace Robinson, Carl Williams and Malucci Joseph.

Don’t Tamarac residents deserve answers?

Someone Stole $8,000 In Cash, City Documents From Tamarac Commissioner Marlon Bolton’s Car

On the afternoon of June 18, 2018, Tamarac Commissioner Marlon Bolton became the victim of a crime. Bolton called the Broward Sheriff’s Office (BSO) to report “that an unknown person(s) stole a brown leather bag, possibly from his unlocked vehicle, the bag contained about $8,200.00 cash and other miscellanious items.” The items included a Blackberry, a checkbook, keys and unknown city documents.

Bolton said he had the brown leather computer bag in his car as he spent the early afternoon traveling to different banks to make deposits and pick up foreign currency. Bolton told BSO he visited two Chase Bank branches as well as a Citi Bank branch. Bolton said brought his bag with him at each bank.

But Bolton said he did not bring the bag into a restaurant when he stopped to pick up lunch.

When Marlon Bolton arrived at Tamarac City Hall he realized the bag was missing.

Bolton said the bag contained a $2,000 cash payment from an “unknown client for work done.” Bolton said the remaining $6,000 was “gifted” to him by members of his Praise Experience Worldwide Outreach Church in North Lauderdale.

REDBROWARD obtained video Bolton posted of the gifting of the $6,000 from churchgoers.

Two women approach Bolton with a large brown bag which contains his birthday present. The women encourage Bolton to look inside the bag.

Bolton squeals with delight as he unzips bag to reveal it is stuffed with cash. He dances around as he screams “money!”

If you have any information about this crime, please call Broward Crimes Stoppers at (954) 493-TIPS (8477) or submit information here. You will remain anonymous.