Post Election Note from Broward Democratic Chair Mitch Ceasar

From: Chairman Ceasar
Election 2014 is concluded and it was not a pleasant experience in Florida or nationally. However you should all be proud of your work during this cycle. You where magnificent. You volunteered for phone banks, knocked on doors, worked early voting and distributed Palm Cards.

The Crist Campaign had informed me that they needed a Broward margin of approximately 175 thousand votes. Broward delivered 176 thousand. With a turnout of almost 46 percent. This is a substantial increase over 2010. That was accomplished even through many of our senior super voters have been lost over the last four years. We spent advertising dollars in the minority community. This was about boosting turnout and “doing the right thing”.
We picked up numerous municipal seats by beating Republicans. In fact, the Coral Springs City Commission is now a Democratic majority. Additionally our north end folks ensured a return of Congresswomen Lois Frankel and State Senator Maria Sachs.

You performed all of these good works despite a National Republican wave. I so much appreciate your endless days of hard work. Thank you for being so awesome.

Broward Dems Chair Mitch Ceasar on the Ed Show

Democrats aim to make Florida ‘Scott-free’
Early voters in Florida are energized, based on the issues, and have been getting out the vote for Democratic Gubenatorial Candidate Charlie Crist. Ed Schultz traveled to Fort Lauderdale to speak with voters and candidate for Lt. Gov. Annette Taddeo. Mitch Ceasar and Adam Smith also join the conversation.