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DEBATE! Featuring Mary Anna Mancuso, Joe Golder, John Sitilides

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Mary Anna Mancuso Political Strategist
Former Deputy Communications Director for Congressman Connie Mack’s U.S. Senate race in 2012.After innovating several successful social media campaigns, I was named one of Florida's up and coming conservatives by the top political blog in Florida, "The Shark Tank." Today, I host a lecture series called “Politics 3.0” which focuses on how social media has changed the political landscape.After receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Brockport College, I obtained a Master’s degree in Political Science with a dual concentration in American Politics and International Relations from Long Island University. 

Joe Golder – Host of Voice of the People Radio Show

I am a talk show host, political pundit and a former congressional candidate. i consider myself a constitutionalist. Grew up in Rego park, queens, moved to Brooklyn, got married with 1 child. Now living in Sunrise , Florida. Always a political activist in some form. I helped Pataki defeat Cuomo and got Rudy elected as mayor twice. In South Florida, i was one of the original Tea party organizers here and was the marketing guru who got 6k people from around Broward county to attend the first tax day tea party in 2009, was one of the originals in Tea party ft. Lauderdale, started the Sunrise tea party, Broward county coordinator for conservative group Anystreet in 2010. Ran for congress in 2012 but ran out of money and as a fiscal conservative i did not want to go into debt so I pulled out.

John Sitilides is Principal at Trilogy Advisors LLC, a government relations and business development company specializing in federal strategies, including environmental regulatory and energy technology issues

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