And then there were five. Terry Williams Edden is the latest Democrat to file for the District 2 seat on the Broward County Commission. Williams Edden is no stranger to politics. In 2008, she ran for the Florida Senate.
She joins Mark Bogen (D-Wellington), Charlotte Rodstrom, Lisa Aronson (D-Salami) and Dale Holness/Chip LaMarca recruit Carmen Jones. No word yet if Chip & Dale played a role in Williams Edden’s decision to run.
Here’s Willams Edden’s bio from her 2008 race. It was originally posted on the Democracy For America website.
“Terry is a foot soldier, long time community activist, public servant, organizer, a civil rights activist, business owner, educator, former Director of Recruitment of Rainbow Push Coalition and the former Legal Redress Chairperson for the North Broward County NAACP.
She is a foot solider and has experience in addressing such issues as: Health Care, Medicaid, Seniors Rights, Unlawful employment practices, Arrest disparity of students in the Public School system. Youth Leadership and Development, Injustices in the judicial system, inequality in the Education System, police practices and policy, fought against Enron & toxic waste in the community and other concerns.”