Democrats plan hundreds of reform rallies - Chris Frates -

Faced with a souring public mood on health care reform, Democrats and their supporters are launching a national grassroots push Wednesday to show lawmakers that the majority of Americans still support overhauling the system.

Reform supporters are planning to hold more than 500 events between Wednesday and when lawmakers return to Washington Sept. 8, ranging from neighborhood organized phone banks to professionally staffed rallies with hundreds of people.

The Democratic National Committee and its grassroots arm, Organizing for America, are helping to organize the effort along with the Health Care for America Now, a group pushing to create government-run insurance plan.

"In these last few weeks of recess we want to demonstrate the energy, passion and commitment that the American people have to health insurance reform so that when members return after Labor Day they know that they can turn their attention to getting this done because they have the backing of the American people," said DNC spokesman Brad Woodhouse.

Supporters have their work cut out for them. Many lawmakers were thunderstruck over the August recess by the anger and outrage expressed by their constituents in town hall meetings across the country. And in poll after poll, support for reform has eroded throughout the month.

But Democrats and their allies insist that the majority of Americans still support reform and have organized the grassroots campaign to buck up lawmakers as they get ready to head back to Washington.

A health-insurance-reform-now bus will travel the country starting Wednesday and anchor events in 11 cities: Phoenix, Albuquerque, Denver, Des Moines, Pittsburgh, Raleigh, Charlotte, Milwaukee, St. Louis, Indianapolis and Columbus, Ohio.

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Stop the political power-grab that has been leaving many Floridians without a voice

"It is time to rise up and reform! The issue is redistricting. And it's the dirty little secret of modern politics.
Right now, politicians get to draw their own districts most any way they want. And boy, do they. It's all designed to stifle competition and stack the deck before you even get to the polls."

- The Orlando Sentinel, 3/18/09
Redistricting is the once-a-decade process in which state legislators get to redraw the lines of their own districts in Florida. With no guidelines or standards in the Florida Constitution for drawing these districts, legislators have used the system to rig their districts in order to preserve and perpetuate their own power. To stop the political power-grab that has been leaving many Floridians without a voice, has proposed two amendments to the Florida Constitution that would create fairness standards in the redistricting process. These fairness standards would prohibit legislators from drawing district lines for the purpose of favoring or disfavoring any incumbent or political party. The districts would have to be compact and community-based. These amendments have earned the unanimous endorsement of every major newspaper in the state. has collected more than 1.4 million signed petitions so far – over 80% of what's needed to get these amendments on the ballot in 2010. But we are not there yet. The State of Florida charges a $.10 processing fee to turn these petitions in. That's a lot of money to raise if we want to stop the political favoritism in drawing district lines. Just last week, launched 9/9/09: Donate for FairDistricts Day, the largest online fundraiser in Florida history. All across the state, Floridians are showing their overwhelming support by pledging to give and signing up to co-host this online event to raise the money for the turn-in fees! You can help in several important ways:
1. Pledge to give whatever you can afford on 9/9/09 – we'll remind you when the time comes.
2. Sign up to Co-Host the event – we'll send you links to track your success.
3. Email your family & friends – we've included an email you can copy & paste into a message to all of your contacts.
4. Spread the word – if you use Facebook and/or Twitter, we've included a status update you can copy and paste into Facebook and a tweet you can copy and paste in Twitter.
Check out our website to see the remarkable grassroots support for this online event so far...and if you haven't signed up yet, please, pledge right now to give on 9/9/09. 9/9/09 is getting closer every day…and so is fair redistricting in Florida! Let's all rise up and reform, and be a part of history…pledge today to give on 9.9.09!
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Copy and paste this into an email to your contacts: Every ten years, state legislators get to redraw the lines of Congressional and legislative districts in Florida. However, the Florida Constitution contains no guidelines or standards for drawing these districts. Not surprisingly, legislators have used the system to rig the districts in order to preserve their own power. Just listen to what some Florida newspapers are saying about this process:
"This is not a Republican or Democratic issue…" (Naples News, 8/11/09)
"Florida voters' rights are at stake – as is Florida's future well-being." (The Miami Herald, 6/21/09)
"The system is rigged." (St. Petersburg Times, 5/6/09) is standing up against the system by proposing two amendments to the Florida Constitution that would establish fairness standards and stop this political free-for-all. They've collected 1.4 million petitions towards getting those amendments on the ballot – now we need to help raise the money to turn them in! I just signed up to be an online Co-Host of 9/9/09: Donate for FairDistricts Day, the largest online fundraiser in Florida ever! Will you pledge to give towards this historic movement? Just follow this link and pledge to give on 9/9/09 here: Together, we can change the course of Florida's history! Please, join me and pledge to give to at the above link …we only have one chance to do this, and the time is now! Thanks,
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80+ orgs in Florida sign on to the National Equality March

Organizations United Together (OUT), a federation of LGBT and allied organizations dedicated to achieving equality and justice for LGBT Floridians has just announced that it endorses the National Equality March, which is on October 11. A list of the orgs is in a table below the fold.

An update on the March itself:

Major national LGBT organizations including the Gay Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) and the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC) have endorsed the march as have local and state grassroots organizations like Join the Impact Chicago, One Struggle One Fight and Freedom Democrats of Miami-Dade.

October 11 has been observed as "National Coming Out Day" since 1988. As well, this year commemorates the 30th anniversary of the first March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights. "We're marching this October to demand action from the Federal government to protect our rights in all fifty states," said Kip Williams, one of the organizers. "Real equality can only come from the President, the Congress and the Supreme Court."

Equality Across America brings together veteran movement activists such as David Mixner, Torie Osborn, Cleve Jones, Anne Northrop and Nadine Smith, with new organizers like Williams and Robin McGehee, who lead the successful "Meet in the Middle" rally in Fresno, California following the California Supreme Court decision on Proposition 8. "We've got people from the Stonewall generation to the Facebook generation working together to win real equality," said McGehee. "We're tired of compromises and delays."

...Lt. Dan Choi, also a member of the march steering committee, is working to ensure a strong presence by LGBT and straight veterans at the march. "The majority of Americans reject discrimination in the armed forces, it's time for Congress and the Administration to move on this and all issues of equality for LGBT Americans."

Be Real, Inc.
BLAST (Bi, Lesbian, and Straight Together) Women of the Palm Beaches
Capital City GLBTA Democratic Caucus
Central Florida Gay & Lesbian Law Association
Central Florida Law office of Jonas Urbo, P.A.,
Dolphin Democrats
Embracing Our Differences
FirstCoast MCC
Florida Safe Schools Alliance - South Florida
Gateway Project
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of Central Florida
GaYBOR District Coalition
GLSEN Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network - Tampa
Hillsborough County GLBTA Democratic Caucus
Holy Spirit Ecumenical Catholic Church
Hope Unites United Church of Christ
HRC Human Rights Campaign - Orlando
HRC Human Rights Campaign - South Florida
Human Rights Council of North Central Florida
IMPACT Florida - Pinellas
IMPACT Tallahassee
JASMYN Jacksonville Area Sexual Minority Youth Network, Inc.
Lakeland Youth Alliance Polk City
Log Cabin Republicans - Orlando
Metropolitan Business Association
NOW National Organization for Women - North Palm Beach County
Orlando Gay Chorus
Orlando Youth Alliance
Oviedo High School Gay/Straight Alliance
Palm Beach County Human Rights Council PBCHRC
PFLAG Brevard - Florida Safe Schools Alliance Chapter
PFLAG Brevard - Student Outreach
PFLAG Jacksonville
PFLAG Polk County/Lakeland Youth Alliance
Phi Epsilon Mu Chapter of Tri Ess
Pinellas Youth Pride PYP
Pride Community Center of North Central Florida
Rainbow Democratic Club
Sarasota Equality Project
SAVE Dade - Safeguarding American Values for Everyone
SAVE Foundation - Safeguarding American Values for Everyone
South Florida Family Pride
Stand-Up SWFL GLBT Alliance
Stonewall Democrats of Alachua County
Stonewall Democrats of Pinellas County
Suncoast Stonewall Democrats
Tampa Bay Business Guild
Tampa Bay Family Pride
UM for Equality, Miami-Dade, University of Miami
Unity Coalition/Coalicion Unida
University of North Florida, LGBT Education
Volusia Flagler GLBT Democratic Club
Womyn's Energy Bank
Womyn's Words

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Pam Spaulding :: 80+ orgs in Florida sign on to the National Equality March list of supporters Organizations United Together (OUT)

Dolphin Democrats 2009 Awards 10-24-09

Jamie Bloodworth Award- Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz

Trailblazer Award- Mayor Gary Resnick

Media Award(s)- Pompano Bill, Charles Perez, Steve Rothaus

Community Alliance Award- Broward Sheriff Bias Commission Chair -Commander Rick Wierzbicki

Political Alliance Award- Rep. Alcee Hastings

Volunteer Award- William Vayens

Community Service Award- Stonewall Library

Broward Leadership Award- Woman In Distress- EAGLE Campaign Ending Abuse Of Gays And Lesbians Everywhere

Distinguished Service Award- Linda Jain

Business Alliance Award- Hershey Group - Drew Hersey & New Moon -Carol Moran

Humanitarian Award- Barbara Stuart

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7 Ways We Can Fight Back Against the Rising Fascist Threat

7 Ways We Can Fight Back Against the Rising Fascist Threat

First: The teabaggers must not win this one. Back in elementary school, most of us learned that when a bully learns that intimidation and threats work, he'll will keep doing more of it. In fact, the longer he goes without comeuppance, the bolder and badder he becomes, and the harder it is to make him stop. Every success teaches him something new about how to use terror for maximum effect and tempts him to push the envelope and see what else he can get away with. Do nothing, and he'll soon take over the whole playground.

And it happens like this for bullies in groups, too. Living in a fascist regime is just living in a town dominated by the Mob, a street gang, the KKK, or a corrupt sheriff.

It only takes a small handful of thugs to terrorize people into giving up their civil rights, abandoning democracy and doing what they're told, just so they can keep their jobs, windows and families intact.

The main imperative in life becomes staying off the goons' radar. All the enforcers need to do is make an horrific example out of one or two troublemakers every now and then -- and the resulting fear will keep everybody else quietly in line.

Conservatives have tried to subdue other Americans this way for centuries, so there's nothing new going on here. And this is the way they've always done it: they used race (and yes, the birthers and anti-health care rioters are, at root, all about race) and economic calamity to whip up a posse of terrified, well-armed vigilantes, and then turned them loose on society to "enforce order."

Given their colossal investment in organizing and indoctinating the teabaggers, we'd be stupid to believe that this is all going to go away when Congress returns to Washington in September. Having had a taste of power and publicity, these newly empowered mobs are very likely to stick around town and see what else they can do to keep the muck stirred up.

Our choice now is stark: knock them back while they're still new, small and not yet entrenched; or deal with them later, when they've got some real power to fight back with, and the cost to all of us will be so much higher.

Second: Think nationally, fight locally. The conservatives are running this effort as a national campaign -- but that's not where the real fight is. The terror that fuels fascism is always intensely, intimately local in scale.

Fascist goon squads always recruit from the neighborhood -- they're built on people you know. Since that's where they start, that's where they have to be stopped.

This is why all the best tactics involve community-level action. The high-level fight in Congress and the media is already under way, and the Democratic leadership is fighting it with unusual elan. But anybody who sits this one out because they assume that the folks in D.C. have it all handled for them shouldn't be surprised when they start getting "special treatment" from longtime neighbors, or discover that they can't park their car downtown any more without having it vandalized.

That's just the next baby step up from where we are now; and in some places, it's already started to happen. Winning this means getting out there and defending our community's standards and boundaries now, while they're still there to be defended.

Third: Brush up on our nonviolent resistance -- but leave the heavy lifting and rough enforcement to the cops. It's true that the only way to stop a bully is to stand up to them. But there are ways to stand up to them that don't involve getting down to the eye-for-an-eye level.

Back home, we had a saying: "Never mudwrestle a pig. You will lose, and the pig enjoys it."

If we meet thuggery with thuggery, we will lose, because they're just plain better at it. And make no mistake: they will enjoy it. Right now, the right wing is looking -- hard -- to make the case that they're the innocent victim and the left instigated this whole thing. This quote from religious right organizer Gary Bauer is typical of the genre:

My fear, given the stakes and emotions on both sides, is that union thugs, ACORN activists and left-wing anarchists (who ransacked the streets of Minneapolis and St. Paul during last year's Republican National Convention) will turn violent, and innocent people will get hurt. If that happens, the radical left will bear the responsibility for demonizing free speech.

The Nazis used this kind of victim-blaming to tremendous effect as they built up their party.

We must not -- must not -- give our proto-brownshirts any basis to make the same kind of argument. (Of course, the absence of evidence will only drive them to make up fake victims; but then we get to call them out as whining liars with a big fat persecution complex, which is always a fun way to spend a news cycle or two.)

It's about the moral high ground, people. Any choices we make must be consistent with our own values, or we betray both ourselves and the country.

Standing up for health care reform is important; but before that, the country needs to see us standing up for civil discourse and the right to democratic free speech. Since we're defending the rule of law, our best tactic is to use that law.

You have a right to attend a public meeting and speak your mind in a civil, respectful manner. You do not have a right to be disruptive or deprive other people of their right to be heard. And most jurisdictions have laws about disturbing the peace and creating a public nuisance -- laws, let's not forget, that the Bush regime didn't hesitate to stretch until the elastic gave out against people who merely showed up at meetings with the wrong bumper stickers or T-shirts.

Since we're not Bush goons, we can't go around arresting people who haven't yet broken any laws. But when people -- from either side -- cross that line, it's time for the cops and prosecutors to make the point for us: bullying people in a public meeting (or anywhere else) is illegal and will not be tolerated in this county.

Fourth: We need to make absolutely sure that the media get the story right. The teabaggers would run out of power with the flick of a switch if the media would just turn off their cameras. But the cold reality is that this kind of drama is a real ratings-booster.

It would be like telling lions to lay off that elephant carcass. Left alone, the media (local news in particular) will turn these people into cultural heroes. They couldn't turn their backs on this if the republic depended on it.

Since we can't beat 'em, we'll have to join 'em. The best cure for bad speech is always more speech. This means bringing cameras and documenting everything, getting it up on YouTube, and blogging it.

It also means coordinating rapid-response letterwriting to the local paper and keeping down-home reporters well-fed every single day with some new theme that reinforces the idea of concerned nonpartisan citizens trying to keep control over their democratic discourse in the face of organized thugs. Since the media are watching, let's make sure they see it all.

Fifth: Support legislators who don't show fear. The Democratic Party seems to be playing this just right (so far). The leadership has made it known that these noisy, scary people don't represent the 73 percent of Americans who support health care reform. The GOP is running the risk of being marginalized as not only the Party of No, but the Party of Moonbat Crazy.

If you've never attended a public meeting in your life, August 2009 is the month you need to start. Your congressperson's Web site probably lists a schedule, or at least a number you can call to inquire.

But that's just a first step. Do more. Write. Call. Find out where your local congressional office is, and just drop by when you're in the neighborhood. Tell the staff how you feel -- about health care reform, about the teabaggers, about your legislator's brave stance in the face of this.

If they're showing stress, encourage them to stand firm. A constituent in the office counts for thousands writing e-mails, so an in-person visit is 15 minutes incredibly well spent.

One visit or call is good. More is better. Put it in your schedule to contact your representatives at least once a week for the duration, and make sure they're not buckling under the pressure.

Sixth: Shut down the hate talkers. In most parts of the country, the teabaggers are coming straight out of right-wing talk-radio audiences. For hours every day, they're mainlining raw emotion and toxic misinformation.

They're going put your kids before "death panels!" They're going to kill your granny! You're going to have to call the White House to get a bone set! You'll be a Real American Hero if you get out there and join the "resistance!"

Cutting off this endless torrent of lies, fearmongering and validation will go a long way toward powering down the whole movement. (Conversely, what happens when these kinds of radio instigators are left to spin it all the way out to the end can be summed up in two words: Radio Rwanda.)

The basic recipe: Record their shows. Take notes of anything they say that is intimidating, threatening, or aimed at inciting violence against a named target. And while you're at it, note every single advertiser they have.

Then write a polite letter the CEOs of the sponsoring companies. Throw them some choice quotes from these shows and ask them if this is the kind of thing they want their product associated with. (Point out that if their own employees said things like this at work, they'd be fired on the spot.)

Often, the CEO has no clue that any of this is happening and will pull the ads as soon as she finds out what's being done in her name. This has worked extremely well -- and quickly -- at both the local and national level.

Finally: Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. Even if we succeed this time, let's not kid ourselves that this is over. The conservatives are investing a lot of money and effort to build a mass movement that is explicitly aimed at destroying a Democratic government -- and if we learned anything from the Clinton years, it's that they're not going to let up for a second as long as the Democrats are in control.

This is our new reality -- and it comes straight out of Hitler's playbook (check out Chapter 6 of Mein Kampf). Their intention is to keep the outrage junkies high by giving them a never-ending supply of new, made-up reasons to act out.

When the birth certificate fracas cools, they're standing by with "death panels." When that one's run its course, there will be something else -- over and over, every few weeks, for as long as the Dems rule.

Which means that even if we win this round, we can't stand down. We're going to be pushing back against these bullies, over and over, for the next three to seven years.

There are only two outcomes here. Either we get very good at spotting and stopping these attempts at a brownshirt takeover the minute they crop up; or they're going to get very good at public intimidation and keep ratcheting it up further toward outright violence and goon rule.

That's how it's going to be for the rest of this administration. The sooner we resign ourselves to the zero-sum nature of this fight, the sooner we can get on with getting good at it.

Posted by: Sara Robinson

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Lead Shifts To Republican In Florida Gov Race

Lead Shifts To Republican In Florida Gov Race, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; Crist Ahead 2-1 In GOP Primary For Senate

Republican Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum leads the state's Chief Financial Officer, Democrat Alex Sink, 38 - 34 percent among registered voters in the 2010 Governor's race, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.

This reverses a 38 - 34 percent Sink lead in a June 9 survey by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University. The key is among independent voters who shift from 32 - 27 percent for McCollum June 9 to 38 - 23 percent today.

Gov. Charlie Crist leads former state House Speaker Marco Rubio 55 - 26 percent for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate, compared to 54 - 23 percent margin June 10.

The three potential candidates for the Democratic U.S. Senate nomination, U.S. Reps. Kendrick Meek, Ron Klein and Corrine Brown, are bunched together and largely unknown to most Floridians.

"Bill McCollum has been on the ballot in Florida for decades in various campaigns and this exposure to the voters seems to be serving him well," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. "Floridians know him better than they do Ms. Sink, who first ran for office in 2006. When voters are asked to rate him personally and in his job performance as attorney general he gets strongly positive ratings."

Florida voters rate McCollum 42 percent favorably, 13 percent unfavorably. Even Democrats give him a narrow 26 - 23 percent thumbs up. Asked about how he is handling his job as Attorney General, 53 percent approve and 16 percent disapprove. Among Democrats he has a healthy 43 - 26 percent approval rating, and scores 52 - 15 percent among independents.

By comparison, Ms. Sink gets a 23 - 8 percent favorability, while 68 percent don't know enough about her to form an opinion. Florida voters approve 37 - 21 percent of Sink's performance as CFO, with 42 percent undecided. She gets a 31 - 20 percent job approval rating from Republicans and a 36 - 21 percent score from independent voters.

"Ms. Sink's numbers indicate she has made a good first impression on Florida voters, but a much larger share of the electorate does not know her compared to McCollum," said Brown.

Crist's lead over Rubio in a GOP primary shows no gender gap as 56 percent of women and 53 percent of men support him. His 60 - 30 percent job approval as Governor, while his highest disapproval ever, shows that his support extends well beyond his Republican base.

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Answering the Challenge...

Answering the Challenge...

A few days ago, launched 9/9/09: Donate for FairDistricts Day, the largest online fundraiser in Florida history. All across the state, Floridians have shown their overwhelming support by pledging to give and signing up to co-host this online event!

As we said last week, we've collected more than 1.4 million signatures. As we also mentioned, the State of Florida charges a $.10 processing fee per petition. That's a lot of money we need to raise if we want to stop the political favoritism in drawing district lines.

You can make this online fundraiser a success by becoming a Co-Host, pledging to give, and spreading the word at

What does being an online Co-Host entail? It means you're pledging to give on 9/9/09, and pledging to take responsibility to make Donate for FairDistricts Day a success by asking your friends to pledge to give. The real work isn't just on 9/9/09 – it's every day between now and then. We need you to email all of your friends – a few times – call them and get them to commit on the phone, and be a leader in this movement!

Visit to sign up to Co-Host, and we'll send you an email with 2 links:

- A personalized link you can send to your friends. Anytime someone pledges by clicking your link, you'll get the credit!

- A tracking link where you can log-in and see which of your friends have signed up.

Then, use those links to write an email to all your contacts about the event. Tell them that you've pledged to give and to be a Co-Host online, and ask them to join you in this important effort. You can also talk about 9/9/09: Donate for FairDistricts Day on blogs and social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter.

Many of you have taken the challenge so far. If you haven't signed up yet, please, pledge right now to give on 9/9/09 and sign up to Co-Host the Donate for FairDistricts Day online at!

9/9/09 is getting closer every day…and so is fair redistricting in Florida!

Be a part of history…sign up to Co-Host this biggest-ever event today!

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President at 60 percent Approval

According to a Research 2000 Poll


PELOSI:36 (35)

REID:34 (33)

McCONNELL:16 (17)

BOEHNER:11 (12)





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Coconut Creek | Cooper City | Coral Springs | Dania Beach | Davie | Deerfield Beach | Fort Lauderdale
Hallandale Beach | Hollywood | Lauderhill | Lighthouse Point | Margate | Miramar | North Lauderdale
Oakland Park | Parkland | Pembroke Pines | Plantation | Pompano Beach | Sea Ranch Lakes | Southwest Ranches | Sunrise | Tamarac | Weston | Wilton Manors

Coconut Creek
Publix Coral Creek Shops 6570 North State Road 7, Coconut Creek
Publix Shoppes Of Coconut Creek 4849 Coconut Creek Parkway, Coconut Creek
Publix Westcreek Commons 4760 West Hillsboro Boulevard, Coconut Creek
Publix Winston Park Center 5365 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek

Cooper City
Publix Cooper City Commons 9359 Sheridan Street, Cooper City
Publix Pine Lake Plaza 10018 Griffin Road, Cooper City

Coral Springs back to top
Publix Brookside Square 10701 Wiles Road, Coral Springs
Publix Lakeview Center 1400 Coral Ridge Drive, Coral Springs
Publix Palm Springs Plaza 10301 Royal Palm Boulevard, Coral Springs
Publix Riverside Square 8160 Wiles Road, Coral Springs
Publix Ramblewood Square 1305 University Drive, Coral Springs
Publix Publix at Sawgrass Center 5950 Coral Ridge Drive, Coral Springs
Publix 6270 West Sample Road, Coral Springs
Publix 11550 West Sample Road, Coral Springs

Dania Beach
Publix Beachway Plaza 402 East Dania Beach Boulevard, Dania Beach
Publix Sheridan Square 401 E. Sheridan Street, Dania Beach
Publix Publix at Oakbridge 3102 Griffin Road, Dania Beach

Publix Davie Shopping Center 4701 University Drive, Davie
Publix Paradise Promenade 5997 Stirling Road, Davie
Publix Pine Island Ridge Plaza 8842 State Road 84, Davie
Publix Shenandoah Square 13700 State Road 84, Davie
Publix Westport Plaza 6525 Nova Drive, Davie

Deerfield Beach back to top
Publix Deerfield Mall 3740 West Hillsboro Boulevard, Deerfield Beach
Publix Hillsboro Square 150 S Federal Highway, Deerfield Beach
Publix Sawgrass Promenade 1337 S. Military Trail, Deerfield Beach
Albertsons 3701 W. Hillsboro Boulevard, Deerfield Beach

Fort Lauderdale
Publix Coquina Plaza 15801 Sheridan Street,Fort Lauderdale
Publix Coral Ridge Shopping Center 3400 N Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale
Publix The Harbor Shops 1940 Cordova Road, Fort Lauderdale,
Publix Publix at Las Olas 601 S Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
Publix Publix At Sunrise Boulevard 1415 East Sunrise Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale
Publix 3500 Davie Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale
Whole Foods 2000 North Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale

Hallandale Beach
Publix Hallandale Place SC 1400 E Hallandale Beach Boulevard, Hallandale Beach
Winn-Dixie Diplomat Mall 1515 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard, Hallandale Beach

Hollywood back to top
Penn Dutch
3950 North 28th Terrace, Hollywood
Publix Hollywood Mall 3251 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood
Publix Sheridan Plaza 5211 Sheridan Street, Hollywood
Publix Taft Hollywood Shopping Center 6901 Taft Street, Hollywood
Winn-Dixie Taft Street Center 6775 Taft Street, Hollywood
Sedano's 2319 North 60th Avenue, Hollywood

Publix 5855 W. Oakland Park Boulevard, Lauderhill

Lighthouse Point
Publix Venetian Isle Shopping Center 3700 N. Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point
Publix Shoppes At Beacon Light 2450 North Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point

Penn Dutch
3201 North State Road 7 (441), Margate
Publix Palm Lakes Plaza 7230 W. Atlantic Boulevard, Margate

Miramar back to top
Publix Miramar 6890 Miramar Boulevard, Miramar
18409 Miramar Parkway, Miramar
Publix Publix at Monarch Lakes 14375 Miramar Parkway, Miramar

North Lauderdale
Publix Tam O'Shanter Plaza 1297 S. State Road 7, North Lauderdale
Publix The Shoppes At Western Woods 8140 West Mcnab Road, North Lauderdale

Oakland Park
Publix Northridge Shopping Center 1003 East Commercial Boulevard, Oakland Park
Albertsons 950 East Commercial Boulevard, Oakland Park

Publix 8095 University Drive, Parkland

Pembroke Pines back to top
Publix Flamingo Pines Plaza 170 S. Flamingo Road, Pembroke Pines
Publix Publix At Laguna Isles 19441 Sheridan Street, Pembroke Pines
Publix Paraiso Parc 15729 Pines Boulevard, Pembroke Pines
Publix The Shoppes of Silver Lakes 18341 Pines Boulevard, Pembroke Pines
Publix Village Square 1657 North Hiatus Road, Pembroke Pines
Albertsons 8030 Pines Boulevard, Pembroke Pines
Sedano's 17171 Pines Boulevard, Pembroke Pines

Publix Jacaranda Plaza 8101 W. Sunrise Boulevard, Plantation
Publix Plantation Towne Square 6921 W Broward Boulevard, Plantation
Publix Plantation Promenade 10065 Cleary Boulevard, Plantation
Winn-Dixie Viscaya Square 901 North Nob Hill Road, Plantation
Whole Foods 7720 Peters Road, Plantation

Pompano Beach
Publix Publix at Palm Aire 1140 Sw 36th Avenue, Pompano Beach
1405 S Federal Highway, Pompano Beach
Winn-Dixie Shoppers Haven 3435 N Federal Highway, Pompano Beach

Sea Ranch Lakes back to top
Publix Sea Ranch Village Shopping Center 4703 North Ocean Drive, Sea Ranch Lakes

Southwest Ranches
Publix Regency Square 4901 S.W. 148Th Avenue, Southwest Ranches

Publix Welleby Plaza 10155 West Oakland Park Boulevard, Sunrise
Publix Publix at Sunrise West 9300 Commercial Boulevard, Sunrise
Publix Sawgrass Square 12500 W Sunrise Boulevard, Sunrise

Tamarac back to top
Publix Sunshine Plaza 4121 West Commercial Boulevard, Tamarac
Publix Tamarac Town Square 8245 N.W. 88th Avenue, Tamarac
Publix Midway Plaza 5881 University Drive, Tamarac
Winn-Dixie 7015 N. University Drive, Tamarac

Publix Weston Town Center 1601 Promenade Boulevard, Weston
Publix Country Isles Plaza 1170 Weston Road, Weston
Publix Publix at Glade Crossing 2465 Glades Circle, Weston
Publix Weston Commons 4567 Weston Road, Weston

Wilton Manors
Publix Wilton Manors 100 W. Oakland Park Boulevard, Wilton Manors
Publix Five Points Plaza 2633 North Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors

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