Amendment 4: Voting restoration amendment.

Remember the amendments #4 voted on and passed by Floridians?

Your Florida Congress does not know how to ‘Restore the Amendment’ that they implemented years ago?
Amendment 4: Voting restoration amendment.
Allows those who have completed their entire sentence to earn the right to vote back except for those convicted of murder or felony sex offenses. 
Voters Restoration, now Florida does not know how to restore the Voters Restoration act?
Why are they still being voted back into power and money on your tax dollar?
Because, most if not all are non-white voters!


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Nature’s Reflections – Butterflies
October 01, 2018
Category: Nature’s Reflections
Column & photos by Sandi Staton –
Don’t you wish you were their customers?
Some are as big as your hand, while others could fit on the head of a tack. Regardless of size, butterflies are creatures of beauty that are a joy to watch. According to entomologists, there are 200 species of butterflies and moths with breeding populations in Florida. Many others visit or migrate through our State.
The most successful butterfly habitat includes plants which meet the needs of butterflies during all four stages of their life cycle: egg, caterpillar, chrysalis and adult. After mating, female butterflies search for the perfect host plant on which to lay their eggs. Not just any plant will do, and native plants are favorites. Females must find a plant that will provide food for their young who emerge as caterpillars with voracious appetites and survive on leaves of the host plant. Most caterpillars have defenses other than coloration. Some hide in curled leaves or silk webbing, while others emit an odor that is repulsive to an enemy.
A caterpillar’s best defense is quick growth, escaping would-be predators by shedding skin to change into a chrysalis. It quickly attaches to plant stems protected by surrounding vegetation. Inside the chrysalis, the adult butterfly is formed by metamorphosis and emerges to sip the sweet nectar from Florida’s flowers.
Time from egg to adult is five weeks. Adults lead a life of leisure, eating, mating, laying eggs, sleeping, and of course, escaping predators. Enemies of these gorgeous, day-flying insects are primarily human creations – vehicles, pesticides and parking lots. Others fall prey to disease and natural predators. Ants, particularly fire ants, along with other insects, arachnids (spiders) and birds are among the major predators of butterfly eggs and caterpillars.
Adult butterflies are capable of traveling considerable distances. During the fall, monarchs travel from southern Canada to central Mexico. In Florida, the monarch is not the only long-distance traveler. From August to mid-October, huge numbers of cloudless sulphurs, long-tailed skippers, common buckeyes, gulf fritillaries, clouded skippers and others come south with the rest of the snowbirds to spend the winter in Florida.
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Your senator to you Florida

A note from ‘Yours Truly’ (ME), neighbors!
Remember ‘Lake Country Florida’ from the last two Hurricanes?

Your Governor Rick Scott refused to visit and /or declare our area from those storms, so (No One) in our area receiver help from the ‘State or FEMA’!!!!!

Dear Friends,
With Hurricane Michael, we witnessed how quickly storms can escalate and how dangerous they can be.
After speaking with disaster response officials, I saw firsthand the devastation wrought by Hurricane Michael in Panama City – it’s like a bomb went off.
I’m doing everything I can to make sure all federal resources are available to help folks rebuild.
Meantime, please utilize the resources below if necessary. I also encourage you to share this information with your friends and neighbors as we work together to recover from this storm.
To apply for FEMA assistance visit: or call 1-800-621-FEMA (1-800-621-3362) TTY: 1-800-462-7585. To find the nearest FEMA Disaster Recovery Center visit: DRCLocator
If you need emergency help call 9-1-1.
If you need supplies, such as food, water, or ice, please contact your county emergency management at: http://www.floridadisaste or by phone at (850) 815-4001 for the location of the nearest distribution center. Your county emergency management can provide up-to-date information about shelters and local distribution centers for food and supplies.
If you know of a senior who needs assistance call the Florida Department of Elder Affairs hotline at 1-800-96-ELDER (1-800-963-5337). To report elder abuse, call 1-800-96-ABUSE (1-800-962-2873).
Veterans in need of assistance or in need of their medication can contact the Veteran Disaster Hotline at 1-800-507-4571 or go to any VA medical facility for assistance.
If you or someone you know is experiencing emotional distress please call the Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect with a trained counselor. You may also visit: for more information about managing stress after a disaster and talking with children about traumatic events.
To find a dialysis center in your area visit: Patients of DaVita Dialysis may contact 1-800-400-8331 to find the nearest Dialysis Center.
To find out if you qualify for temporary mortgage relief, visit the Freddie Mac website at: http://www.freddiem , the Fannie Mae website at: http://www or by phone at 1-800-2FANNIE (800-232-6643). To contact the Federal Housing Finance Agency visit: ance/ Pages /Disa ster-Assistance.aspx
You may also contact the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to find out if you qualify for any hurricane related help with your mortgage or mortgage insurance. To contact HUD about disaster assistance visit: https://www. or https://www.
Taxpayers in affected areas may be eligible for tax relief from the IRS. To learn more about IRS assistance visit: https://ww
The U.S. Small Business Administration is providing various disaster loans to qualifying Floridians. For more information about SBA disaster loans visit: istance/. The U.S. Department of Agriculture provides loans to qualifying individuals, businesses, and communities after disasters. For more information visit: isaster/storms, or contact the USDA office in Florida at: (352) 338-3400.
Floridians who are unemployed as a result of a disaster, and who are ineligible for regular state unemployment insurance, are encouraged to apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) through the U.S. Department of Labor. For additional information about DUA visit: https://workfo or contact the U.S. Department of Labor by phone at 1-866-487-2365.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is hiring a variety of temporary positions located throughout areas affected by recent disasters. For more information visit: ponse -jobs -sba< /a>. For FEMA hiring visit: ricane-workforce.
For in-person assistance with storm related questions, visit your local FEMA Disaster Recovery Center. For a list of centers in your area visit: DRCLocator or call 1-800-621-FEMA (1-800-621-3362) TTY: 1-800-462-7585.
Be aware of SCAMS: Federal and state workers never ask for or accept money, and always carry identification badges. There is no fee required to apply for or to get disaster assistance from FEMA, or the State of Florida. If you suspect fraud call FEMA’s Disaster Fraud Hotline at 866-720-5721, or the Florida Attorney General fraud hotline at 1-866-966-7226.
Emergency Assistance 9-1-1
Local resources (food, shelter, childcare,) 2-1-1
Food, water, ice distribution, 850-815-4001, TDD/TTY: 1-800-226-4329
County Emergency Management Offices /counties/
Shelters elter-status/
Florida Highway Conditions: hp/traffic/live_traffic_feed.html, or dial 5-1-1 or *FHP (347)
Florida Elder Affairs Hotline 1-800-96-ELDER (1-800-963-5337)
Veteran Disaster Hotline, 1-800-507-4571
Disaster Distress Helpline (for emotional distress) 1-800-985-5990, or text TalkWithUs to 66746
Blue Tarp Roofs (Army Corps of Engineers) 1-888-ROOF-BLU
FEMA, 1-800-621-FEMA (1-800-621-3362) TTY: 1-800-745-0243
For assistance, contact me by visiting my website at:, by phone toll free in Florida at 1-888-671-4091, or stop by any of my offices.
3321 College Ave.
Suite 205
Phone: 954-693-4851
Ft. Myers
2000 Main Street
Suite 801
Fort Myers, FL 33901
Phone: 239-334-7760
1301 Riverplace Blvd.
Suite 2010
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Phone: 904-346-4500
2555 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
Suite 610
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Phone: 305-536-5999
225 East Robinson St.
Suite 410
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: 407-872-7161
111 North Adams St.
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Phone: 850-942-8415
801 N. Florida Ave.
4th Floor
Tampa, FL 33602
Phone: 813-225-7040​​​​​​​
West Palm Beach
413 Clematis St.
Suite 201
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone: 561-541-0189

Red Tide has been coming to Florida since 1844

However, humans have been putting Sewer, trash, oil, gas, fertilizer, Blah, blah, blah, blah into it ever since human came onto Mother Earth!
Now we have Blue and green algae adding to it also,
pollution from humans! Scientists:
Lake Okeechobee runoff may enhance red tide
Mote scientists and an agricultural leader say there is no single cause or solution for red tide.
The first reporting of Red Tide in Florida
was 174 years ago!
We know what ‘Red Tide is,
what we want is for you all to stop talking
start fighting it!
Bla, bla, bla, bla, bla.
Red Tide has been coming to Florida since 1844.
However, humans have been putting Sewer, trash, oil, gas, fertilizer, Blah, blah, blah, blah into it ever since human came onto Mother Earth!
Now we have Blue and green algae adding to it also,
pollution from humans!
My Great Granddaughter knows what is needed to clean up our beaches and the Gulf of Mexico.
scientist and politicians will never do anything to help
because there is no profit in the solution,
only money leaving their pockets
not into their pockets!
We need to clean the polluted, Red Tide, Blue Algae, Green Algae(People) from congress and the White house!
I said it before and I will always be saying it again and again,
we need to clone ‘Senator Bill Nelson’ and fill congress with
‘servants of the people’,
not a congress that
‘believing that people are to serve them’!
Please compare the last two political ads for Senator Bill Nelson
compare them to
the latest ads from Rick Scott?

I rest my case!

Voting Day in Lake County Florida

Voting Day in Lake County Florida
I am willing to bet pay-check to pay-check that no ‘Republican’ at least in ‘Lake-county’ is forces to vote ‘Democrat?
Don’t worry, I already know the answer and I will win!
You will lost because I already know the answer!
Creator and my ancestors are watching so I will not and cannot take your money!
Early voting anyway
Did you all get your ‘Sample Ballot’?
I am voting Democrat—DUH!

This is how to get elected to office in any ‘Red State’ like ‘Florida’!
Florida, at least in Lake County, forces ‘Democrats’ to vote for ‘Republicans!’
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The ‘Florida Democratic Party’ is allowing this!
I am willing to bet pay-check to pay-check that no ‘Republican’ at least in ‘Lake-county’ is forces to vote ‘Democrat?
You can leave those ‘Republicans’ in the running as blank,
(If you dare, hint-hint)! 

Here is a few samples of why!

If I did not, who would be voting against ‘Gary Cooney’?
You ‘brag’ about backing a ‘Nazi loving’, ‘White supremest’, ‘Women hating,’ ‘Female abuser,’ ‘Over weight Slob,’ and also the backing of a ‘sly,’ ‘greedy,’ lying,’ Government official’!

Gary Cooney Announces Candidacy for Lake County Clerk
Appointment Letter from Governor Rick Scott
Gary Cooney Announces Candidacy for Lake County Clerk Senior Chief Deputy Clerk Gary Cooney with the Lake County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office has announced that he is running for Clerk after Republican Neil Kelly announced his retirement this week. Mr. Cooney said in a statement, “with the pending retirement of my friend, mentor, and boss, Neil Kelly, and after much discussion
Newest ad about Jeff Green
Republican Jeff Green 100% behind Donald Trump, as a Democrat a clip supposing that he is sparring with Donald Trump.
So, what will Independent Jeff Green be saying while in the run for president?

Toxic algae problems impacting election-year politics

Days After Criticism From Sen. Nelson,

Governor Declares

Emergency Over

Algae Outbreak

Toxic algae problems impacting election-year politics

Wouldn’t this algae problem be placed on the shoulders of Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam
the governor of Florida for not doing their job?
Governor Pass the Buck Rick’ is trying to blame Senator Bill Nelson for our algae problem?
Senator Bill Nelson has to face a Republican controlled Florida Congress and a Federal Republican controlled congress just to try to get a bill to the floor let alone passed in congress.
Rick Scott has to get out of his own way to pass bills and does not need his republican controlled congress however, even he cannot because he has cut anything dealing with our climate!
Now ‘Governor Pass the buck Rick’ wants to replace the only senator in Florida working for the Floridians?
Republicans point their finger at their opponents and do nothing year after year after year!
DeSantis is blasting his GOP opponent — Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam — for his ties to the sugar industry, which often is blamed for contributing to excessive nutrient loads that feed algae blooms in Lake Okeechobee, water that is then discharged into the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie rivers during heavy rain events, fouling those waterways.
The governor is coming under fire for his failure to curb the algae blooms and their environmental impacts since taking office in 2011.
There was a devastating bloom in 2011 that blanketed the Indian River Lagoon, killing 73 square miles of seagrass beds and coinciding with the death of more than 500 manatees, dolphins and pelicans.
That same year Scott pushed through a big rollback of state growth management laws, regulations that had helped control development and its impacts, such as fertilizer runoff and human waste that leaks from septic systems.
Scott also slashed funding for the state’s water management districts, which play a big role in protecting waterways, and appointed board members that critics called too deferential to polluters. And he signed legislation in 2012 that repealed a state law mandating that septic tanks receive regular inspections to ensure they’re not allowing untreated waste to seep into water systems.

The governor of Florida is taking advantage of you!

The governor of Florida is taking advantage of you!
This is not me being political, this is a fact!

Was the governor of Florida (as governor), handing your tax money out to companies to receive their money into his personal Super PAC?
Just Asking?
Do you have the time to work and keep up with every political ad that he is pumping out?
I cannot and I’m retired and trying to keep up.
Only to help keep my neighbors, friends and family advised to what you should know to better your life.
That’s his plan; after all it got him into office that last time so why not spoof you again?
Your governor in Florida is taking advantage of the working Floridians with faults, fake and some ‘half-truths.’
Never the truth, because he knows that you are working, sometimes two or more jobs, just to keep your head above water!
Who is at fault making you work so hard, so often and hoping you can keep up?
Well which political party has been in the governor’s seat for the past 20 years?
Jeb Bush, Charlie Crist, Rick Scott!
Watch this, when the governor is not fooling you, his service –packs and/or the Republican Party are stepping in to keep you dizzy with their faults, fake and some ‘half-truth’ ads!
Even your media, while trying not to lose all of that free political money, are pointing out his faults, fake and some ‘half-truth’ ads!
Surprise this to a certain extent, even includes Fox News!

Was the governor of Florida handing your tax money out to receive their money into his personal Super PAC?
A super PAC led by Florida Gov. Rick Scott raked in donations from two private equity executives after Scott’s administration directed lucrative state pension investments to their firms, according to government records reviewed by MapLight and Capital & Main.
The donations were made to a committee that’s now supporting Scott’s U.S. Senate bid, despite a federal rule designed to prevent financial firms from bankrolling the election campaigns of public officials who oversee state pension investments.
Scott, a Republican, began chairing the New Republican PAC in May 2017 and announced his former campaign manager would serve as its executive director. Soon after, the group received $5,000 from New Mountain Capital Chief Executive Officer Steve Klinsky and $50,000 from Energy Capital Partners founder Douglas Kimmelman.
The contributions flowed to the super PAC after New Mountain Capital and Energy Capital Partners received a combined $250 million worth of new investment commitments from Florida’s state pension system in 2014 and 2015. Scott is one of three state officials who oversee the $160 billion pension system. During the most recent fiscal year, the Florida investments generated more than $3 million in fees for the firms.
Ahead of a likely 2018 run for U.S. Senate, Gov. Rick Scott has set up a political action committee designed to appeal to younger and Hispanic voters.
The super PAC, called New Republican and announced last week, is meant to sell the GOP’s philosophy to young voters who want less government in their lives, Scott said.
Less than 24 hours after Rick Scott announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate, he faces a Federal Election Commission complaint accusing him of breaking election laws by raising and spending unlimited campaign donations to prepare for his senate campaign.
Gov. Scott a year ago launched his New Republican PAC, which described its mission as re-branding and re-inventing the Republican Party to help Donald Trump’s agenda, as well as appealing to young and Hispanic voters.

List of Speakers of the Florida House of Representatives 1999 to 2018 all Republican party!

Historical party control
Florida Party Control: 1992-2017
One year of a Democratic trifecta  •  18 years of Republican trifectas 2011-2016: Republican trifecta
Republicans regained their trifecta when Rick Scott (R) became governor in 2011.