Brenda Snipes, the elections supervisor for Broward County, Fla., who resigned after coming under scrutiny for the way her office handled vote counting during the Nov. 6 election, will receive nearly $130,000 in annual pensions once she leaves office in January, according to reports.
Snipes, 75, already receives a pension of more than $58,000 from her time as an educator and is poised to collect another $71,000 for 15 years as an elected official, the Sun-Sentinel reported.
So yes, same as anywhere else, the Teachers’ unions are powerful in Florida, specially when they have one of them rigging elections.
Broward Elections and Broward’s School Board need some serious clean up. Will the Republican Governors have the stones to do it?