Farid Khavari, Gubernatorial Candidate Coming To Gulf Breeze

Democrat candidate for Governor of the State of Florida Dr. Farid Khavari will be in the area next week. He will be speaking at the Fourth Annual Luau Gala in Gulf Breeze presented by the Santa Rosa County Democrats.

Do you care enough for Florida’s economy to support the only candidate with a plan that will generate jobs and opportunity, while lowering costs for every citizen in the state? Of course you do. Whether you’re a republican, or libertarian, never mind the D. He’s not a politician. He’s an economist. He’s not a teleprompter kind of guy.  His platform is what is important. And it is superior to all others of both parties.

From the Pensacola News Journal . . .

When: Saturday, April 17, 2010.  3:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Where: Shoreline Park South, 801 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, Fl

Admission: $25 for adults; $10 for students; free for children 12 and younger.

Phone: 623-2345.

Link: Khavari for Governor

Is Alex Sink's Ship Sinking?

The short answer is Yes.  And frankly, that is as it should be. Follow these articles for some background on Sink’s troubles.

From CentralFloridaPolitics.com:

“The poll numbers are bad enough, with Republican Bill McCollum 15 points ahead of Alex Sink,” Khavari said, referring to the March 29 Mason-Dixon Poll showing McCollum leading Sink by 49% to 34%. “But these poll numbers are really much worse than they seem.

From CapitalSoup.com:

“The news that Alex Sink fired her campaign manager and her finance director is just the latest tumultuous personnel shake-up in a string of failed attempts to reintroduce a lackluster candidate that even fellow Democrats continue to vocally doubt.”

“If Alex Sink can’t manage her own campaign, how can Floridians expect her to run the fourth largest state in the nation?”

With his economic plan and platform for Florida, both of which are in writing and on his website, Farid Khavari can beat both Sink and McCollum hands down. Both of whom have only campaign rhetoric to offer.

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