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South Florida Technology Company wins first place in Prestigious National Competition

GovLia, a South Florida-based technology company, has won first place in the prestigious AnitaB.org PitcHER™ contest. GovLia is an intuitive, cloud-based platform that simplifies every step of the procurement process for small business and government agencies. ...

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‘Monstrous’ Michael Takes Aim at Florida Coast

     Gov. Rick Scott on Monday called Hurricane Michael a “monstrous” and potentially “deadly” storm that is barreling toward the state’s Panhandle and Big Bend region. ...

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Massive Weekend Mobilizations Engage Infrequent Voters for Andrew Gillum, Bill Nelson and other Progressive Candidates Down the Ballot

Over 1,200 immigrant youth, families, and allies gathered in Miami to kick-off the one-month countdown to this year’s midterm election on October 6, 2018. By weekend’s end, the New Florida Majority, United We Dream Action, SEIU Florida, FLIC Votes and other members of the Win Justice coalition had knocked on 29,000 doors, called 16,000 people and texted 45,000 numbers in what was coordinated the largest sin ...

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Statement: Mayor Gillum on Confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh   

Recently, Mayor Andrew Gillum released the following statement regarding the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh:  “Today is a dark day for the Senate and a tough day for our country. ...

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Heroes of Broward

Our Heroes of Broward initiative will exclusively focus on acknowledging the unsung heroes of our community ...

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Florida Democratic Party files lawsuit to extend Voter Registration in wake of Hurricane Michael

On Tuesday morning, the Florida Democratic Party filed a lawsuit to extend the October 9th voter registration deadline in the wake of Hurricane Michael, which is set to devastate parts of Florida’s Panhandle ...

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The Broward County Friends of the African American Research Library will host its 2018 Annual Fundraising Luncheon

Luncheon proceeds will fund special programs and services at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center ...

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South Florida Youth Summit Returns for Sixth Year

The 6th Annual South Florida Youth Summit (SFYS) presented by L.E.A.D Nation, in partnership with the Knight Foundation, will take place October 18-20 under the theme “Youth and Justice.” ...

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Broward Education Foundation announces Publix Super Markets Charities 2018 ‘Hall of Fame’ honorees

Six graduates of Broward County Public Schools who are community luminaries and champions in education will be inducted into Broward Education Foundation’s Hall of Fame during the Publix Super Markets Charities 2018 “Hall of Fame ...

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Florida Democrats Choose Replacement for April Freeman in CD-17 seat

       Following the sudden tragic death of Congressional District 17 candidate April Freeman, Allen Ellison has been chosen to replace her. ...

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