Broward PBA Endorses Sheriff Al Lamberti

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Another day, another big endorsement for Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti. The Broward Police Benevolent Association (PBA) has endorsed Lamberti over former Republican Scott Israel (D-Not Really). Expect the Israel dirty tricksters to spring into action any day now.

Here’s the Lamberti campaign release:

Broward County, Fla. – Today, Sheriff Al Lamberti is honored to receive the endorsement from the Broward County Police Benevolent Association (PBA). In Broward County, the PBA serves more than 2500 members and over 26,000 members strong throughout the State of Florida with the Florida Police Benevolent Association.
The Broward County Police Benevolent Association was established in 1972, and has provided job security to hundreds of Law Enforcement Officers. The association promotes professionalism among law enforcement, provides labor relations assistance, and collective bargaining services.
In supporting Sheriff Al Lamberti’s re-election as Broward County Sheriff in 2012, the PBA determined that Sheriff Lamberti “best reflects the interest and shares the same professionalism among law enforcement and within the Broward Sheriff’s Office with his experience and leadership qualities that the PBA promotes within the association,” said Patrick Hanrahan, President, Police Benevolent Association. We look forward for many years of a working relationship with the Sheriff and the Broward Sheriff’s Office”, expressed Pat Hanrahan.
Sheriff Al Lamberti holds a unique place of honor in the 96-year history of the Broward Sheriff’s Office. He is the first and only law enforcement professional to progress through the ranks, proudly wearing the uniform for over 34 years, to become Sheriff of Broward County. Having served at numerous ranks within the agency, he was appointed Sheriff in September, 2007. Thereafter, the voters of Broward County elected Lamberti to a four-year term as Broward Sheriff in November, 2008.

Keep Al Lamberti Our Sheriff
To Learn more about Sheriff Al Lamberti visit http://www.allamberti.org
Political advertisement paid for and approved by, Al Lamberti, Republican, for Sheriff.

Miami Herald Endorses Sheriff Al Lamberti

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The Miami Herald has endorsed Sheriff Al Lamberti. Perhaps the Herald will send out reporters to track down Scott Israel’s missing campaign treasurer’s report?

Here is the release from the Lamberti campaign:
Fla. – Sheriff Lamberti is honored to receive the endorsement from the Miami Herald for his re-election as Sheriff of Broward County in November.
The Miami Editorial Board expresses how, “Al Lamberti has led the Broward Sheriff’s Office with a steady hand during a challenging time of budget cuts and increased demand for his agency’s services.”
Since becoming Sheriff in 2007, the Board recognized how Sheriff Lamberti “has made laudable strides,” by instituting county wide crime prevention initiatives to make our streets safer, enhancing diversity among the agency by promoting African Americans, Hispanics, and Women to high ranking executive positions, and how he has ran a streamlined and efficient public safety agency.
Sheriff Lamberti’s commitment and strong leadership over the largest multi service fully accredited public service agency in the nation has also earned him several additional endorsements from:
International Association of Firefighters Local 4321
Fraternal Order of Police, District 5, Broward County
Fraternal Order of Police, Broward Sheriff’s Lodge 32
Broward Atlantic Coast FOP Lodge 53
Latino Officers Association
Metro-Broward Professional Fire Fighters Local 3080
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 769
The Hispanic Vote
Broward 10-13 Club
The Broward Teachers Union
Greater Ft. Lauderdale Board of Realtors
Associated Builders and Contractors
Florida Carpenters Regional Council

Where Is Scott Israel’s Latest Campaign Treasurer’s Report?

Judy Stern and Scott Israel

The campaign treasurer reports covering August 10, 2012 to September 14, 2012 were due at the Broward Supervisor of Elections office on Friday September 21, 2012. Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti submitted his report on Friday September 21, 2012. Brenda Snipes’ website shows no September 21, 2012 report for his Democrat opponent Scott Israel (D-former Republican). It is 11 days late. Who is to blame? Did Israel forget? Did Snipes’ IT department forget to post it?