August 1 Candidate Expo
August 1st., 2016 We invite you to attend our: Candidate EXPO Monday, August 1, 2016 Abacoa Golf Club 105 Barbados Drive Jupiter, Fl 33458 TIME: 6:00 PM Light Hors d'oeuvres will be served. Cash Bar Admission: $15.00 per person Map Please RSVP below. Candidates MUST call 561-594-6209 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a table. Tables are limited: First Come First Served Time permitting each candidate will have an opportunity to address the guests.
Brian Mudd Predicts Election Results at Abacoa
With his catchphrase "Passion plus talent is unstoppable", WJNO's co-host for the Morning Rush (5am-9pm) Brian Mudd, explained some of his election modeling work to an engaged crowd at Abacoa on Monday. Brian Mudd In our history, Presidential elections have followed a predictable pattern based on three conditions. First, no Democrat President other than Harry Truman (who as Vice President succeeded after the death of Roosevelt) has ever been elected to follow a 2-term Democrat President. Advantage: Republicans. Second, no President succeeded another of the same party who had less than a 54% approval rating. With Obama currently at 48%, ...
Move ’em West Demonstration
The PBC Tea Party participated in a demonstration on Saturday, shown here on Northlake Boulevard, opposing the All Aboard Florida (aka "Brightline") plan to run 32 passenger trains a day at high speeds through our communities.
Sales Tax Referendum Gathering Steam
The county commission will vote Tuesday whether to ask the voters to raise the county sales tax from 6% to 7%. After aborted attempts in 2012 and 2014, when a majority of the board thought the proposal was “half baked” and the need not urgent enough to convince the voters to cough up several billion over ten years, this time no one will say that the proposal hasn’t been finely tuned.
Marsh, Golub and lots of candidates highlight Abacoa Meeting
On his third tea party appearance (see: Cade Marsh – the Face of Tomorrow’s Republican), Young Republican organizer Cade Marsh told us of the appeal of a "new conservative movement" to millennials who are not attracted to the conventional party structures. Involved in campus voter registration drives, he spoke of pressuring supervisors of election to place voting locations on college campuses and how students have the option of registering using their on-campus address. Cade is a junior at Palm Beach Atlantic University in pre-Law and Business Administration and currently Executive Director of the Florida Federation of College Republicans. Check ...
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