Sheriff Gregory Tony remains Broward’s top cop
BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. – Gregory Tony, who was appointed Broward County sheriff by Gov. “Well, first and foremost, I don’t know if Gregory Tony is qualified to be a law enforcement officer. “I know that the democratic voters are not happy with their choice at their primary election of interim Sheriff Gregory Tony, but you have another choice,” he said in a campaign video. CLICK HERE and follow reporter Terrell Forney on Twitter, who is covering Gregory Tony tonight. CLICK HERE and follow reporter Ian Margol on Twitter, who is covering H. Wayne Clark tonight.
The race is on for BSO’s top cop, but is it?
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony has been front and center ever since he was appointed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Now, having vanquished Israel, a fellow Democrat, in a nasty primary race, Tony is running a low-key campaign against Republican candidate H. Wayne Clark and independent Charles E. Whatley in the Nov. 3 general election. I think, you look at what’s come out in that primary race against him and certainly the questions the Governor should have asked as well as FDLE,” Clark said. Clark said safety Is non-partisan, but the facts are that Broward County has a majority of registered Democratic voters. What’s interesting is that three former Democratic candidates have crossed party lines and are now endorsing Clark is his November race for sheriff against the incumbent.
Sheriff Gregory Tonys opponent H. Wayne Clark gets support across party lines
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. H. Wayne Clark is a Republican candidate running to become Browards top cop, except he isnt a cop. Whats interesting is that three former Democratic candidates have crossed party lines and are now endorsing Clark is his November race for sheriff against incumbent Gregory Tony. I want the citizens of Broward County to know that we hear you, Clark said Monday, making the case that Tony is just not cutting it. Tonys campaign manager Jerrick Grant released a statement Monday, saying: Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony is honored to be chosen by the Democratic voters to be their nominee for Sheriff. Sheriff Tonys campaign is focused on defeating his conservative Republican opponent in November.
This Week in South Florida Podcast: August 23, 2020
PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. Guests on the latest episode of the This Week in South Florida podcast include Christina White, Elections Supervisor in Miami-Dade County and Peter Antonacci, Broward Elections Supervisor, as well as Miami-Dade mayoral candidate Daniella Levine Cava, Broward State Attorney candidate Harold Pryor Jr, Broward County Sheriff candidate H. Wayne Clark and local lawmaker Shevrin Jones, who won a state senate primary. Subscribe to the weekly TWISF Podcast on iOS or Android
Broward County Sheriffs race remains a battle until November
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony said he has a long way to go. The Broward Sheriffs office is a public safety agency; it is not a political agency. We need to take the politics out of it because thats what led us to the mess were in now, H. Wayne Clark, Republican candidate for Broward County Sheriff, said. The world loves an underdog, Broward County loves an underdog. Broward is a great county with smart citizens and they were forced in the primary to deal with either Scott Israel or Greg Tony.