Keeping up with the Campaign

It’s Official – Qualifying at City Hall

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Today I joined my husband and my son at City Hall to fill out the qualifying papers required to run for Mayor of Fort Lauderdale. After over a year of campaigning, it seems like this day couldn’t come soon enough. The election is creeping up quickly and we are still adding additional people to our team every day! If you would like to volunteer head over to my endorsement page and select what roles you would be willing to assist us with. The Primary Election is January 16, 2018 and the General Election will be held March 13, 2018.  …

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The Wave – Voting Records

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My opponents are working tirelessly to convince the voters that they have nothing to do with the problems our City faces – including the Wave project. They think they can trick people into believing they are not part of the problem despite both of them having been on the Commission for YEARS! Lets set the record straight and hold my opponents and the current commission accountable.

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KILL the Wave!

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I will provide leadership as MAYOR to KILL the Wave! In this election season, please plan on voting January 16th  and March 13th to elect me and a City of Fort Lauderdale Commission who protects your pocketbook.  The $200 Million Wave boondoggle has been assessing neighborhoods and businesses without their permission for the past four years in a line item tax. My opponents who are running for Mayor, Dean Trantalis and Bruce Roberts have been nurturing and voting for funding approval for this project during their long tenure as City representatives. Who are they being supported by?  A quick glance…

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Elect Charlotte Rodstrom for Mayor

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Charlotte Rodstrom served from 2006-2012 as a City Commissioner in Broward County’s largest city. She served as Vice Mayor twice.  Charlotte’s experience will bring a unique perspective to the County Commission, with a keen understanding of the issues most affecting us. As a city commissioner, she championed the need to streamline government, improve public safety, ensure responsible growth, and expand economic opportunities.  She is a steadfast believer in listening to your concerns and acting upon them, as your advocate in government. During her tenure, the city’s total property tax rate declined by 21%, making it the seconded lowest tax rate…

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