From sewage backups to development, Wilton Manors is facing many challenges.
Three neighborhood associations of Wilton Manors will host a virtual forum Wednesday at 7 p.m. for the candidates running for mayor and city commissioner.
Wilton Manors Mayor Scott Newton believes there is plenty of work to be done in the city, and is asking voters for a new term. He made the announcement on Facebook on Dec. 9.
Justin Flippin returns to the commission; Scott Newton re-elected
The mayor’s race in Wilton Manors is a stark contrast of platforms from familiar faces.
Eric Reivik likes the convenience of early voting at Wilton Manors City Hall and the tradition of placing his ballot in the ballot box. “There’s something about the whole process which I think you miss when you do it by mail.”
It’s the time of year when political yard signs dot the landscape. But the landscape in Wilton Manors has a lot fewer of them after the city ordered many of them removed.
Twenty twenty-two is an election year. While most political attention and money in Florida will be fixated on the race for governor and congressional seats, local elections can have the most immediate impact on day-to-day life in our neighborhoods.
There are an estimated nine million LGBT people registered to vote Nov. 3, maybe more, according to a study by the Williams Institute, an LGBT think tank at UCLA.
Check here for all of the election coverage for 2020. President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are running against each other. The presidential election is Nov. 3.
Check here for all of The Wilton Manors Gazette's election coverage for 2020. The Wilton Manors Mayor's seat and two commission seats are up for grabs.
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