Sunday, October 19, 2008

Early Voting Starts October 20

While it has been nearly impossible to ignore that there is an upcoming election, I can’t express to you more the importance of voting. Early voting begins Oct. 20. In the area of Lauderhill, the closest places are the Lauderhill Mall and Tamarac Library on Commercial Blvd. Considering how many may vote, Early Voting may be very desirable. For more information:

If you wish to absentee vote, you must do so ASAP. I do not know when the cut off is. To get information and to request an absentee ballot:

The City of Lauderhill has an Official Web Site on voting issues (without recommendations), which also contains the full text of the Charter Amendments:

Remember, the most important thing is to vote. Be prepared for a very long ballot, front and back, 8 to 10 pages long. The city elections and referendums will be at the end.

Also, please be aware that there will be a Candidates Night (sponsored by the Inverrary Association) on Wednesday, Oct. 22, 7 PM at the Environ Cultural Center. All are invited, and bring questions to ask. Signs are on Inverrary Blvd., advertising it. We are planning to tape this debate and try to broadcast it later on the city's radio station 1650 AM.

Castle Gardens is having their debate on the 21st at 7 PM. There may be other groups hosting such nights, but I have not been advised of them.

eLauderhill News Recommendations will be published on October 20.

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