On Monday afternoon, during the Orange County COVID briefing I couldn’t believe my ears when I heard Mayor Jerry Demings describe that 11 bars visited by Coronavirus Strike Teams over their announced period of time were non compliant. No masks. No social distancing. And no hand sanitizer. Then the next
Mayor Buddy Dyer and the City of Orlando’s messaging during the Coronavirus crisis has been muddled at times (story HERE), with poor use of the “new normal” phrasing and unclear social media posts (story HERE). But as I’m sure you’ll agree, actions speak louder than words. And Dyer’s “package of
Grand opening. Grand closing. – Sean Carter And so it goes the endorsement from Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer of now former Democratic Presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg. About 24 hours ago Dyer endorsed his former colleague in front of the entire Orlando press corp and some national outlets as well. There
This afternoon, in what was a pretty well kept secret, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer endorsed his former colleague, Mike Bloomberg, for President. This brings up a number of big questions regarding the decision. Why now?: The easiest theory is that Buddy committed before Bloomberg’s tough debate outings and this was
On Sunday night, the City of Orlando lead by Mayor Buddy Dyer hosted it’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. march and candlelight vigil honoring the civil rights leader. After some opening remarks, a delegation of community leaders marched through the streets of downtown on their way to a service also
We have two major Orlando Mayoral debates coming up and so far in this contest to challenge longtime incumbent Buddy Dyer, his rivals have failed to answer the most important question of the election. Why should we make a change? That’s not only the fundamental question when challenging this incumbent
As we begin the main campaign stretch to the election for Orlando Mayor on November 5th, some local Republican Mayors and Commissioners are formally endorsing incumbent, Buddy Dyer for reelection (stories HERE and HERE). This is because there are no viable GOP alternatives to the longtime, and fairly moderate incumbent.