Comment from a single mom who has kids and a full time job.."just ridiculous, I don't think half the women there knew what the hell they were protesting lMAO. .They take one idea of what Trump said take it completely out of context and gain an excuse to exaggerate for a fictitious cause that hasn't even happened yet. Propaganda and lies, all for a rally to persuade women to do what exactly? Equal rights? That is exactly what Trump is about, If half the women would get their head out of their asses they would see past all the Political bull shit and see that Trump is trying to change a corrupt system that has been manipulated by people with Money that have power to influence therefore most presidents being funded by those in power have been infiltrating their ideas to stay in power. Trump doesn't need money, therefore he speaks his mind without any care for the political twist that the media uses for their persuasions on whatever they decide.
Meet at the Sailor Statue downtown for a march across the bridge. Sponsored by the Sarasota Democratic Party, "Our goal is to build the Democratic base at the precinct and county levels so that all residents of Sarasota County share in the dream of a better life—regardless of race, gender, religion, age, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation. We are working to turn Sarasota County BLUE!!! see https://www.sarasotadems.org/event/womens-march-washington-solidarity-march/
Kay Mather, a lifelong Republican, made a decision to switch her party affiliation. Cathy Bryant retreated to the calming influence of her yoga practice. Susan Nilon, who recently entered law school in a mid-life career shift, got mad."And when you get angry, you get active," Nilon said. For the past two months, local women who felt the sting of Trump's victory like a personal slap in the face have been channeling their disappointment, activism and hope for the future into events that will take place Saturday".
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DARK MONEY PAC Susan Nilon Sarasota Future Generations Inc and Student Achievement First LLC, State Rep Joe Gruters' House Bill 1057 would end that: HERALD TRIBUNE: August 22, 2016. Outside committees pour money into School Board race. A political committee called Future Generations paid for mailers chastising Mast for failing to vote during a March 2014 special election on the school district’s property tax referendum. Only about 15 percent of Sarasota County registered voters participated in the 2014 referendum. Registered to Susan Nilon. The committee responsible for the mailer against Mast is registered to prominent Sarasota Democrat Susan Nilon, a board member on of the Americans for Civil Liberties Union’s Sarasota chapter. That PAC, Future Generations, Inc., has collected $60,000 from Student Achievement First LLC, which was incorporated in June in Wilmington, Delaware, a state known for allowing corporations to shield information. Susan Nilon would not reveal donors behind the LLC to the Herald-Tribune earlier this month but said the PAC, established to support “progressive candidates,” is backing Zucker. More dark money in PAC. A political action committee run by prominent Sarasota Democrat Susan Nilon recently received another $30,000 check from a group whose donors are secret. Nilon has declined to reveal the donors behind the LLC, saying they want to remain anonymous. A political action committee called Future Generations Inc. recently paid for a mailer supporting Alcock. The committee is run by two prominent area Democrats — Susan Nilon and Morgan Bentley — and is largely funded with a $50,000 check from Democratic donor Frank Brunckhorst. But it also received a $30,000 check from an organization called Student Achievement First LLC, which was incorporated in June in Wilmington, Del., a state notorious for allowing corporations to shield information. Delaware records list the LLC’s registered agent as The Corporation Trust Company.
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Joe Gruters is a man of many titles: State representative, Sarasota GOP chairman, former co-chairman of President Donald Trump’s Florida campaign, former vice chairman of the Republican Party of Florida. Now, Gruters is looking to add state senator to that list. Joe Gruters Seeks to Short-Circuit "Dark Money" in Campaign Financing, Look at Sovereign Citizen Group Says PI Bill Warner. It appeared to me in the the Manatee County race for House Seat District 73 2016 Primary Election between Joe Gruters and Steve Vernon that money from and members of the Sovereign Citizen Group, (Rodger Dowdell), were solidly behind Steve Vernon. On May 13, 2015 Sarasota County's Charter Review Board member Steven Fields moved to create a special committee to study Roger Dowdell's proposed amendment to include a people's common law grand jury. The board voted 4-4 on Field's motion, which failed because of the tie, what a bunch of fools. ‘People’s jury’ idea gains traction in Sarasota Fl, what the hell, giving cop killers power to indict judges and politicians in Sarasota Fl? At the May 13th, 2015 meeting of Sarasota County’s Charter Review Board, Rodger Dowdell, a Bradenton resident with ties to the national sovereign citizen movement, gave a lengthy presentation and proposed amending the county charter to include a people’s common law grand jury. Anyone who thinks the Suncoast is immune to the actions of sovereign citizens is being naive says private eye Bill Warner.
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Sarasota Herald Tribune reporter Zack Anderson writes: Locked in a tight GOP primary last year, state Rep. Joe Gruters, photo on left above, was pummeled down the stretch by a series of hard-hitting attack mailers while promoting his opponent Steve Vernon. Gruters still isn't sure who had it out for him. The mailers -- which he estimates cost roughly $100,000 -- were paid for by shadowy political committees. It was a close contest. Gruters won by just 385 votes. Now he's trying to ensure that what he calls the "dark money" campaign against him doesn't happen to anyone else.It's often difficult to trace the source of political ads in Florida because the money can be funneled through multiple political committees, obscuring where it originally came from. Gruters' House Bill 1057 would end that. "This will stop a lot of the games that are being played," Gruters said. Corporations, political opponents, special interests groups and others involved in the political process likely would be more reluctant to launch attacks if those attacks can be traced back to the original source. Anonymity also makes it easier to stretch the truth. Accountability and transparency tend to make people more cautious in what they say.
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