The ongoing anti-Republican antics by the disgraced Broward Republican Executive Committee (BREC) continues with the group’s full-throated endorsement of a registered Democrat over a registered Republican.
This is true.
The official Republican representation in Broward County has endorsed a known Democratic candidate over a Republican.
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BREC’s recent “Official” voter guide endorses a couple of judicial candidates, who so happen to be registered Democrats.
These endorsements are in line with a voter guide that was mailed out by a member of the BREC board during the August 28 midterm primary election.
In the primary election, the voter guide endorsed registered Democrat Attorney Tanner Channing Demmery over registered Republican Attorney Corey Amanda Cawthon.
Both candidates failed to garner 50 +1 percent of the vote, forcing a run-off election on November 6.
Enter the “Official” BREC endorsement of Democrat Demmery over Republican Cawthon.
This is disgraceful for Republicans, but is an expected move from the embattled misfit group of Republicans who supposedly represent all Broward Republicans.
It is important to note that the endorsement was made in a closed-door meeting of the executive board, and not by the entire committee.
This is more failed leadership.
With these kind of pro-Democratic, anti-Republican actions, there is no wonder that Republican voter registration throughout the county continues to plummet.
Independents continue to outnumber Republicans by 75,000 registered voters. This is an embarrassment. (Read more)
Ever since the failed and questionable BREC leadership grasped the reigns of the local GOP in 2011, Democrats have managed to ‘own’ Republicans in GOTV efforts.
Democrats are crushing Republicans in voter registration by 337,000.
Oh, I almost forgot to mention that this is the same BREC board that invited Broward County School Board Superintendent Robert Runcie to address the group.
This is not the party of Trump. Learn more about the local Democratic-like GOP group here.