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Casselberry, FL 32707
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Lake Mary, FL 32746
Supervisor of Elections
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By Lee Constantine
July 31, 2020
DOUBLE TROUBLE: Over the past four months, no organizations have worked harder than Florida’s Emergency Operation Centers. For more than 130 days, they have been activated, 24/7, to deal with the health-related complications of COVID-19. Now, these same folks have to shift and add to their assignment preparation for the effects of a possible Category 1 hurricane. As Isaias approaches, sandbag distribution and mobilization of personnel all have to be coordinated while adjusting for social distancing, face-masks and medical staff needed at potential shelter locations. Words are inadequate to appreciate the double-duty of our Emergency Management and Public Safety workers, but let’s try: Thank you!
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SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — A Seminole County commissioner is being attacked in a new television ad that’s aimed at stopping his bid for re-election.
The ad shows a highly-doctored photo of Seminole County commissioner Lee Constantine wafting from a toilet.
It calls Constantine a liberal, however he is a lifetime Republican.
The ad is sponsored by Sunshine State Rising.
Campaign finance records for the political action committee show a dark money trail with untraceable donors.
Constantine says he believes he knows who is behind the ads. He says it is a former Republican state lawmaker who is behind one of the most controversial proposed developments in Seminole County history.