‘I’m here to ask only one question of the Vice Mayor, and that is how he came into possession of our political signs?’
Let’s just say that this was a spirited election; 40.06% of registered LBK voters turned out. One race was decided by 27 votes. That’s about 1% of the votes.
At least $70,000 was contributed to the six candidates. The two aspirants to a one year seat raised almost $41,000. Now that’s ambition.
You know the numbers. The big winner was Younger – Congratulations, Phill.
In real democracy, 45% of the board would represent the minority, meaning three out of seven commissioners. Because everyone votes for everyone on Longboat Key and we are running now as slates, we are going to see more and more one-dimensional Commissions excited that “they will now get things done.”