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Tuesday, November 06, 2018

When Katherine Polizzi showed up to vote at Le Club Century Village, all she wanted to do was cast her ballot. But she describes a confrontational and unnecessary scene that mirrors complaints about the precinct received by the Broward Supervisor of Elections Office during the primary election on August 28th. "To even get in to the gate you needed to show an ID, before you even got to the polling place itself," Polizzi says. After voicing her concerns that the complex was being used as a public polling station, private security workers told her "too bad," she added.




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This stinks, just like Florida beaches lately.

#1 | Posted by bayviking at 2018-11-07 12:06 AM | Reply

If you lived here in S. Florida you'd know what a horrible decision it was to ever put a polling place in Century Village. Those old farts attack each other over holiday decorations, on allowing outsiders to vote...trust me they are f*****g crazy! I can only wonder who came up with this ridiculous idea.....oh yeah, Brenda Snipes...Supervisor of Elections.... most incompetent official we have ever allowed to serve. A total, and universally acknowledged as an idiot, IDIOT. That isn't partisan here, everyone acknowledges her to be a total idiot. Democrats, Republicans, Independents, everyone.

#2 | Posted by danni at 2018-11-07 02:05 AM | Reply


an across the aisle approach..a true uniter..seems to be non-partisan. ya think?

#3 | Posted by 1947steamer at 2018-11-07 07:16 AM | Reply

We need a competent person as Supervisor of Elections. Simple. It should be a non-partisan ipinion, Snipes has screwed up her duties on more than one occasion. This latest one, putting a polling place inside of Century Village? Ridiculous. I live in a condo but nothing like that geriatric hell, all my neighbors are young working people, like me ha ha.

#4 | Posted by danni at 2018-11-07 07:45 AM | Reply

My grandparents lived in a series of retirement communities in South Florida. I remember one where visitors to the pool, even short-haired boys like my brother and me, had to wear shower caps and numbered ankle bracelets. There would always be some old geezer looking out the window at the fiendish teenagers who had come to steal their air and carelessly trample their Bermuda grass. My grandfather would complain bitterly about the "old fogies" who had nothing better to do than harass young people.

#5 | Posted by cbob at 2018-11-07 09:40 PM | Reply

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