NEXT BREC MEETING: December 8, 2014.

  1. Please remember this month’s BREC meeting is on Monday, December 8, 2014;
    • Meeting Time & Location:¬† Sheraton Suites Fort Lauderdale at Cypress Creek, 555 NW 62nd Street, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309.
    • 6:00 pm–begin sign in.
    • 7:00 pm–begin meeting.
  2. IMPORTANT MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENT:¬† If you have missed 2 or more consecutive meetings and wish to remain in BREC, you must request an excused absence(s) before you miss a 3rd consecutive meeting.¬† According to our County Constitution, “Prior to missing such third consecutive meeting, any member may request, in writing, that an absence be excused indicating the reason for such absence.”¬† Otherwise you will be automatically removed from the BREC membership list.¬† Send your written request for an excused absence to¬† On your email, please remember to list your NAME, PRECINCT #, and the MEETING DATE that you would like to be excused from.
  3. BREC officers will be elected at this meeting.

Note from the outgoing BREC Chairman, Tom Truex

Dear Republican Friends,

Tom Truex

Tom Truex

On a personal note, I have mixed emotions in announcing to my Republican friends that I am unable to seek re-election as Chairman of the Broward Republican Executive Committee.  I have accepted a new full time position as Church Administrator with my church. That new position precludes my spending the time demanded of your County Chairman.  My goal is always to serve God.  I look forward to doing so more directly in working full time with my church.

Tom Truex
Chairman, Broward Republican Executive Committee

Vote today — your vote makes a difference!

Today is Election Day in Florida.
Your vote could be the one with the power to make¬†the difference…

Any outcome is possible in the 2014 Florida Governor’s contest.” – SurveyUSA

Polling in the Governor’s Race:

                                        RICK SCOTT   CHARLIE CRIST
Nov 3      Quinnipiac             41%                42%                Crist +1
Nov 3      Public Policy          44%                44%                        TIE
Nov 2      Public Policy          47%                46%                Scott +1
Oct 31    YouGovPoll            41%                41%                        TIE
Oct 29    FL Chamber           44%                39%                 Scott +4
Oct 24    TBTimes                36%                 36%                         TIE
Oct 15    Rasmussen            47%                47%                          TIE
Oct 1      Optimus                40.1%             41.1%                Crist +1
The Florida governor’s race is too close to call…The winner will be the candidate best able to get his voters to the polls. Turnout, turnout, turnout.”- Peter Brown, Quinnipiac Polling
[source:  Fla. Family Policy Council]