Sen. Maria Sachs Tells Tea Party That She Would Raise Taxes, Cut Spending






State Sen. Maria Sachs wants to increase taxes and cut spending.

That’s what Sachs told the Palm Beach County Tea Party.

Sachs is a Democrat who represents Northeast Broward and a portion of Palm Beach County.

She also told Tea Party activists that she would “protect” the Second Amendment governing gun rights.  And that she would “return” education to “locals.”

There is no definition of what “protect” gun rights and “return” education means.

Intrestingly enough her opponent, former Sen. Ellyn Bogdanoff, R-Fort Lauderdale, did not answer the Tea Party’s questionnaire.

Nor did gubernatorial candidates Charlie Crist, Nan Rich.  Even Gov. Rick Scott, who won four years ago with the support of the Tea Party, refused to answer their questionnaire.

(The governor’s race is on another page of the Tea Party voters’ guide did not reprint.)

So why did Sachs cooperate with the Tea Party? Maybe it was an attempt to steal votes that might naturally go to Bogdanoff as a Republican?


Palm Beach County Tea Party Voting Guide











2 Responses to “Sen. Maria Sachs Tells Tea Party That She Would Raise Taxes, Cut Spending”

  1. City Activist Robert Walsh says:

    Senator Sachs I wish you all the best w/ your upcoming election,however our friend is causing caos. Which in return could cost you(election). As I always say why can’t everyone get along. Same goes over @ the County(Comm.Lamarca). Stay out of certain other races(its not your fight-tell Comm.Holeness same regards). Lets all win, which will be a win, win, for everyone. If not everyone will lose. Get the picture……

  2. Charlotte Greenbarg says:

    Raise taxes? And that’s supposed to get her some Tea Party votes? Oh well, it is S. FL…..