Election Day is Upon Us


This Tuesday, March 13th is a local election. Without question, local elections directly impact our everyday quality of life more than other elections. It is your duty and obligation as a citizen and resident of Boca Raton to cast your vote.  It will take five minutes. The polls will not be crowded.  Please vote!

I am endorsing Monica Mayotte, City Council Seat D…and I’ll tell you why.  I first met Monica several years ago as we were individually doing community service – serving our city on various boards and committees.  What impressed me most about Monica was her dedication to work on behalf of the city and its residents for the greater good.  Monica raised her children here. She served as president of the local PTA. She is your neighbor. Monica understands what quality of life truly means to the residents of Boca Raton. She has been an avid protector of our green space and our best natural assets – our beaches, our parks and our waterfront.  Monica understands the need for “smart growth” and will take our quality of life into consideration when making decisions about development: traffic, parking, density, school safety and overcrowding.  Please join me and vote for Monica Mayotte for city council this Tuesday.

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BocaWatch fully supports Councilwoman O’Rourke’s endorsement of ‘resident friendly’ candidate Monica Mayotte for Seat D on the City Council.  BocaWatch has also endorsed candidate Kim Do for reasons best stated in Jack McWalter’s  video published here in today’s pre-election day issue of BocaWatch.  Remember your vote is your voice; let your voice be heard tomorrow at the ballot box….Al Zucaro, Publisher

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Originally from the Boston area, Andrea is a proud Boca Raton resident since 1979 and a Downtown Boca resident since 1999. With a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from FAU, Andrea's background is in graphic and interior design, in both residential and commercial projects. She has run her own company as well as being employed by The Harid Conservatory and the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce. Andrea serves the community as a past Chair on the Board of the Federation of Boca Raton Homeowner Association, as board member on the Downtown Advisory Committee. Andrea is President of the Golden Triangle Neighborhood Association and a member of the FAU Alumni Association. She, her husband George and children all enjoy the wonderful benefits of living in such a wonderful community. Andrea is running for Boca Raton City Council, seat B, March 14, 2017 election.


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