Judging from pictures posted on Facebook, less than 10 people attended a Judy Stern hosted congressional fundraiser on Sunday. Held at the Casablanca Cafe in Fort Lauderdale, the event raised funds for Orlando’s Susannah Randolph. Complete details tomorrow, including more ties between Broward Democrats and Muslim groups…
Forget Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Congressman Ted Deutch has called in a true superstar to bolster his chances in a new congressional district. Last week, Deutch announced he was swapping districts with the very sleepy Lois Frankel. Democrats were worried Frankel would lose a new district lacking her traditional West Palm Beach base. In an email to donors, Deutch likened his new race to Taylor Swift song.
Deutch wrote, “Some of you know I love music, so when the Florida Supreme Court approved new Congressional districts last week, I thought of Taylor Swift: ‘I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling 22.'”
Get it? Deutch’s new seat would be District 22. Of course, Ted Deutch, a 50 year old man, immediately thinks of a 2012 Taylor Swift song.
Deutch wants voters to contribute $22 dollars to help him reach new voters in Broward.