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Robert “Bob” Weinroth was first elected to City Council in 2004. He has served in so many ways: on the CRA, as Deputy Mayor, and on important Palm Beach County boards. It’s hard not to miss him at important events – he has a special advantage that lets him show up everywhere that matters. If you want to know what this special advantage is and what he’s learned from his years of service to Boca Raton, you can get answers.
Bob Weinroth is running for Palm Beach County Commission. The election is in November along with mid-terms, so voter turnout will be high. His mailer earlier in the year, announcing his candidacy, drew some attention due to its purposely triggering use of a low-caliber self-defense rifle designed for civilians with modifications to make it look scary. While it certainly got attention, what the mailer’s goal was, it also appeared as if Weinroth was taking an anti-gun position.
Will this apparent stance polarize him and alienate voters? We’ll see. He has a lot of time between now and then to crystallize his positions and make his case why voters should choose him come November.
What are his goals as County Commissioner? What issues are going to be voted on next year? Voters want to know. As the election approaches and who the final candidates will be becomes clearer we’ll be asking him more and more questions, hopefully interviewing him and his opponents shortly. What do you want to know? What questions about his service and candidacy can Bob Weinroth answer for you?
You can say thanks to Council Member Weinroth, hear him speak, and ask questions this week, on Wednesday, at 11:30am. Gold Coast Tiger Bay Club, Boca’s non-partisan political awareness organization, is hosting a luncheon at City Fish Market. Tickets are only $35 for first time attendees. The food is great and the company is better.
If you can’t make it, and have a question for him, feel free to ask in the comments below. Some of us on the BocaWatch team will be going to the luncheon and will try to get your question asked. If there’s a lot of questions, and we can’t get them answered there we’ll ask him to participate with us in the comments to this article below.