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In a Facebook video posted Wednesday morning, Plantation Mayoral candidate Bart Berger took a swipe at his opponents, equating them as “blood sucking insects.” Berger said “outrage” over spending taxpayer money on lawyers and consultants drove him to run for mayor. Claiming to be a simple businessman, Berger said a

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The Laurie Rich Levinson campaign is desperate to turn her non-partisan Broward School Board race into a politics-as-usual smear campaign. One of Levinson’s biggest backers is her fellow school board member Rosalind Osgood. While campaigning for Levinson at the West Regional Library in Plantation, Osgood posted multiple live videos on

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[wpvideo La4TXxt1 ]Since early voting started last Saturday, Laurie Rich Levinson and her Broward Teachers Union (BTU) supporters have desperately tried to make the School Board District 6 race into a partisan contest. Levinson and the BTU begged voters to cast ballots based on partisan issues like guns and union

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Campaigning for office in August is never easy in Broward. Voters are scarce. It’s close to 100 degrees with 100% humidity. Lunch consists of warm Publix subs and lukewarm bottles of water. And desperate candidates call the police on their opponents. On Friday, Laurie Rich Levinson took a break from

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This week, supporters of Broward School Member Laurie Rich Levinson, including her husband Neil Levinson, have been accused of intimidating family members of Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting victims at early voting locations. On Saturday, loud supporters screamed at the wife and young child of her opponent Richard Mendelson. On Sunday,

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https://youtu.be/g0_dOMNf0MQ A sign waving event for the Richard Mendelson For Broward School Board District 6 campaign drew a huge crowd in his opponent’s backyard. Mendelson is running against School Board Member Laurie Rich Levinson of Weston. The rush hour event in Weston drew more than 100 people including students from

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