The Pelican newspaper’s editorial staff joins a host of others in believing that Whitney Rawls “is fit for the task” of serving as Pompano Beach’s next District 4 Commissioner. The newspaper recently released its list of endorsements and included Rawls as their recommendation, saying: “We believe what is needed now is a level head and a strong voice to hold the feet of the CRA to the fire for two reasons: communication and action. Whitney Rawls is the man for the job.” “Rawls will come to the District 4 seat with no bias. He will come to do some very … Read More
On Thursday, October 23rd, the Sun Sentinel newspaper released its list of endorsements for all 5 races in Pompano Beach. In addition to recommending incumbents Barry Dockswell (District 1), Charlotte Burrie (District 2) and Rex Hardin (District 3), the Sun Sentinel endorsed Whitney Rawls for the District 4 Commission seat. The newspaper’s Editorial Board, which interviews candidates in elections across Broward and Palm Beach counties, says: “Whitney Rawls has demonstrated a commitment to Pompano Beach through service… The logical next step is the City Commission, and the Sun Sentinel Editorial Board recommends District 4 voters elect him as their next commissioner.” … Read More
Local newspaper, The Sentry, recommends Whitney Rawls for Pompano Beach’s District 4 Commissioner. The Sentry lists Rawls’ focus on economics and job creation in the Northwest district as part of it’s reason for the recommendation. Additionally, it touts Rawls’ endorsement from retiring Commissioner Woody Poitier.
I’m honored that the men and women of Pompano Beach’s Professional Fire Fighters, IAFF Local 1549 have endorsed and are supporting my campaign for District 4 Commissioner of Pompano Beach. Their selfless service to our city is proven everyday when they show up for work and commit their lives to serving our residents.
I’m proud to be recognized and endorsed by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Realtors Association. I believe their endorsement is a testament to my vision and plan for responsible redevelopment that places the needs of people first and grows local small businesses. I encourage development and redevelopment, particularly when our community has a direct and tangible benefit. The Greater Fort Lauderdale Realtors Association supports their members, of which, many are small business owners, by providing resources to help them grow. That’s a concept that aligns with my desire to provide resources for District 4’s small businesses and our residents. It’s a concept that often … Read More