Who would Reagan have voted for? Fort Lauderdale decides January 31.

January 31 is decision day for voters in Florida. Republicans are debating who to chose among several candidates. Many are yearning for leaders with the standing of an Eisenhower or a Ronald Reagan.
 
 
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Jan. 23, 2012 - PRLog -- In Fort Lauderdale, Republicans will also be in a convenient position to decide who will represent them on the City Commission as the mayoral and District II, Commissioner elections are taking place.  While the population staying constant around 170,000, taxpayers have seen the city budget double over the last few years.  Democrats and Independents owe it to themselves to match those across the aisle vote locally, even though they have no big national issue or candidate to vote for.

One of those City Commissioner candidates is Lester Zalewski.  He is seeking the non-partisan position of City Commissioner for District II.  His series of humorous infomercials created by C.J. Beck and  released on the LZFortLauderdale YouTube channel are gaining a popular following.

His latest video incorporates top tennis photographer Art Seitz's study of the late President Ronald Reagan.  This icon has been selected to represent "leadership".

So just how would Ronald Reagan have voted in the January 31 Primary?  

Who would Reagan have chosen for City Commission if he had been a Fort Lauderdale resident?  

A recent series of one-on-one interviews with Republican voters found them confused, uncertain and nostalgic for a leader like Reagan.  There are no clear easy choices.  It looks like it will be a down-to-the-wire photo finish January 31, 2012.

Watch the video at     http:// youtu.be/CfFt_PO7kzs    and make your own mind up.

On Tuesday, January 24th January 2012, candidates seeking the newspaper's endorsement, will be interviewed by the Sun-Sentinel's  Editorial Board one-by-one and in camera.

A candidates' forum will take place in the Fort Lauderdale City Commission Chambers at 6:00 PM under the auspices of the Council of Civic Associations.
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