Meet Shelly Solomon for School Board Dist.4

I and my company, are longer associated with the Shelly Solomon Campaign- Ron Mills- Foot Print Strategies

I and my company, are longer associated with the Shelly Solomon Campaign- Ron Mills- Foot Print Strategies

Palm Beach County's State Attorney Candidate under character assassination

A email, from former Palm Beach County's State Attorney Barry Krischer

As Palm Beach County's State Attorney for 16 years, I've seen and experienced plenty of disturbing tactics during a campaign cycle.  But never before have I seen a smear campaign of character assassination by innuendo with complete disregard for the facts, similar to the one that is being manufactured against Dave Aronberg.

Dave's decision to get in this race was motivated by his desire to return the office to one that puts public safety and justice above all else.  The disgusting,misleading and personally motivated smear campaign against Dave is the reason so many people have come to hate politics, refuse to seek public office and fear speaking out against abuse and injustice.  Dave is not afraid to step on toes and challenge the status quo -- including shining a light on corruption.  Hands down, he is the best qualified and hardest working candidate in this race.

Dave’s record as a prosecutor and public servant is one that this community is extremely proud of.  That's why every major law enforcement group, as well as the Palm Beach County firefighters and paramedics, have endorsed Dave in this race, and why I stand with former Attorney General Bob Butterworth in strong support of Dave Aronberg.

With your help, I know that the voters of this county will reject the biased mudslinging and rally around Dave Aronberg on Election Day.


Barry Krischer

Obama ahead by 5 in Florida

President Barack Obama leads presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney by 5-points in the crucial battleground of Florida, according to a new 
SurveyUSA — 
In the latest release from SurveyUSA — conducted on behalf of WFLA-TV in Tampa — Obama earns the support of 48 percent of likely Sunshine State voters, compared with 43 percent who give the nod to Romney.  

Video: President In west Palm Beach

The 36-minute speech . He described himself as a champion of the middle class, which he described as “the folks that are the heartbeat of this country.” He said Romney wants to cut taxes for the wealthy, reduce regulations on banks and insurance companies, and slash education and research.

Olga Levine Judicial Candidate For Group 5 gets Hispanic Voters Endorsement

Presented to:

Olga M. Levine

After a thorough panel interview of all candidates running in your political race a selection was made.  As a result, The Hispanic Vote Political Action Committee is pleased to announce that we are officially endorsing you as our candidate for the political office you are running for.

The Hispanic Vote believes it is endorsing the most qualified candidate to represent the residents in your district and throughout Broward County. Attached is The Hispanic Vote Logo in two different formats for your use in any documents, flyers, pamphlets, handouts, door hangers, etc… that you may want to use showing our endorsement to you. As you are well aware, the endorsement from The Hispanic Vote is very important in any political race in Broward County. Use our endorsement wisely and we wish you the best of luck since YOU are our Candidate of Choice.


Call me, should you have any questions.

Jeff Dillard, Board of Directors

Get 85-cent burgers on Sunday at Jack's Old Fashion Hamburger House

Get 85-cent burgers on Sunday at Jack's Old Fashion Hamburger House in Fort Lauderdale and Pompano Beach.
The chain is celebrating its 40th anniversary and is selling the juicy burgers at 1972 prices, the year it opened for business.
Customers who dine in or take out from 10:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sunday can get two 1/3-pound burgers for 85 cents each at both Broward locations at 201 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale and 591 S. Cypress Road in Pompano Beach.

Hallandale Beach lifeguard rejects offer to return

The Florida lifeguard who was fired after leaving his post to help rescue a swimmer outside his zone was offered his job back but has decided not to take it.
Tomas Lopez said he was offered an apology and the chance to return to work, but that he would prefer to pursue other opportunities instead.   
"It's not out of spite or anything like that," Lopez said. "It's not I dislike the company. It's just I'd rather continue on in my life, finish my schooling, and get on with my life. And find another job."
Jeff Ellis, head of the company that provides lifeguarding services at Hallandale Beach, said Lopez was fired too quickly, and that no area of the beach was left unattended while he went to assist a distressed swimmer, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
"I am of the opinion that the supervisors acted hastily," Ellis told the newspaper.
Jeff Ellis Management has also apologized and offered to rehire two other lifeguards terminated 
for supporting Lopez's actions, in addition to four who resigned in support of Lopez, according to a spokesman for the City of Hallandale Beach.
Hallandale Beach Mayor Renee Crichton said it has always been the city's policy that a lifeguard must respond to an emergency inside or outside of their protected area.
"The city would like to commend the actions of Mr. Lopez and the other good Samaritans that came to the aide of our near drowning victim," he said.
Witnesses pulled the distressed man from the water, and Lopez and an off-duty nurse tended to him until paramedics arrived. Lopez was fired shortly after on grounds he'd broken a company rule by leaving his section of the beach.
Information from: South Florida Sun Sentinel, http://www.sun

Shelly Solomon Endorsed By Equality Florida PAC

I and my company, are longer associated with the Shelly Solomon Campaign- Ron Mills- Foot Print Strategies

Shelly Solomon Endorsed By Equality Florida PAC . Shelly Solomon is running for Broward 

County School Board District 4 Equality Florida is the largest civil rights organization dedicated 

to  securing full equality for Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. 

Through lobbying, grassroots organizing, education, and coalition building, we are changing 

Florida so that no one suffers harassment or discrimination on the basis of their sexual 

orientation or gender identity. Shelly Solomon said of the endorsement, "I am very honored to receive the unanimous endorsement from the Equality Florida Action PAC. I am committed to continue my 

efforts to educate and bring awareness for mutual respect, inclusion and ending bullying 

therefore creating an environment where teachers and students can focus on teaching and learning."


Shelly Solomon, candidate for Broward County school Board District 4., has been  endorsed by the Hispanic Vote of Broward County.  

 Shelly Solomon said "The Hispanic male graduation rates need attention and the Hispanic population with ESOL being an issue needs representation. I am honored."