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.
"Your commitment and the commitment of the people in the City to be able to do these infrastructure projects will play well when we are able to bring a project before the legislature. Asking the legislature for all the money to do a project almost never works. The City has to have skin in the game too. And so the large commitment you are talking about making, if that moves through, I will then be able to go to the legislature and say 'the citizens of the City have made the commitment to do it,' now it's up to us to try to find a way to help." -- State Senator Jeff Clemens, June 17, 2014, Lake Worth City Commission meeting commenting on the LW2020 Bond vote on August 26.
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