Corrupt Boca Raton Politicians Lose Big, People Of Boca Win
Confronted with corrupt politicians who voted to hold an election when the only thing to vote on was a measure put on the ballot by the city council to extend their terms, the people of Boca Raton showed they’re no sheep and crushed the proposal.
With 38 out of 38 precincts reporting, the unofficial results from The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections were:
This proposal should never have been on the ballot. I’ve heard estimates that this election cost taxpayers anywhere from $255,00 to $300,000 and was driven by Mayor Scott Singer, his democrat cronies Monica Mayotte and Yvette Drucker, and a small group of consultants and secretive special interests.
Boca has about 100,000 residents. If it did cost $300,000 to hold the election, that means Singer, Mayotte, and Drucker each owe every resident a dollar, and at some point, I’ll run into them around town, and I’m going to ask them for the dollar they owe me, and I hope every single resident does the same.
The public did not ask for this election. It was forced on us by the arrogance of small-time politicians who think they’re special and forget that it isn’t all about them.
A lot of people working independently contributed to this victory for freedom. Larry Snowden got the thank you ball rolling on Facebook.
As the results became clear, my phone started blowing up with texts, and I heard that a group of grassroots activists had gathered at the Biergarten in Boca Raton to celebrate, so I drove down.
I met people I knew and some I didn’t, but it was nice to get out and meet the people who did so much to keep our local government accountable.
Legendary Boca Raton community activists Bill and Roxanna Trinka worked hard to beat this, and also attended, but I didn’t get a photo.
I especially want to thank Jolt Editor at Large Tracy Caruso for the magnificent work she did in helping to expose this sham of a proposal. This vote is what’s right for Boca, and Tracy and many other concerned citizens helped prove that our democracy still works.
Like I’ve been saying, if Chicago can vote no, Boca Raton can vote no.
This will not be the last you hear about this, Florida Jolt promised to expose every person and donation involved in putting this on our ballot, and we won’t rest until the public knows the whole truth.
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