Sorry for the second image being sideways, Blogger is not behaving right today. Many of you probably had this condition on your ballot - where the District #2 and #4 candidates appeared on page 1 and 2, respectively. District #4 got lost on the upper left hand corner of the page that had mostly amendment, except for this race. This is probably the reason for the 831 vote drop-off in total votes between the two races. Since it was applied equally, it would probably not have much of an effect on the results - I heard neither of these campaigns talk about this issue though. If one had and the other hadn't, it might have made a difference.
“I just wanted to say I went last Friday night [2/7/14] to the, can't remember the name of it, but one of the many activities at the Artist Lofts downtown. And I have to say I'm very impressed with how the Artist Lofts have worked out. […] It really is pretty remarkable that you can actually create kind of little artist colony and seems to be a lot of energy with it, a lot of creativity, and I think it's quite an asset to our city. So kudos to all those involved in helping to make it happen.”
City of Lake Worth Commission meeting, 2/11/14
Minute mark on video: 12:30-13:18
Commissioner McVoy says:
"They haven't been saying lower my rates, they've been saying lower my bills."
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