"I first ran for Broward County School Board to make schools safe, teach our students life skills and ensure teachers have the resources that they need to educate effectively. I'm proud of all that I have accomplished, but my work is not yet done. I intend to positively represent District 4 on the dais through hard work and relentless dedication to improving Broward County Public Schools."
Lori Alhadeff is an active mom, a former teacher and a school safety advocate who has served on the Broward County School Board since winning election in 2018. After her daughter Alyssa was murdered at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Lori put her background as an educator and a coach to work for our community. During her time in office, she has fought to make sure that Broward County Public Schools provide children with a safe learning environment; attract and maintain top-notch teachers; properly and responsibly manage its education budget; and hold leadership accountable. Lori is committed to making our Broward County Public Schools the best in all of Florida.
Thank you so much for considering a contribution to Lori Alhadeff’s
re-election campaign. If you prefer to contribute by check --
please make checks payable to ‘Lori Alhadeff Campaign’ and mail to:
Lori Alhadeff Campaign
8675 Watercrest Circle West
Parkland, FL 33076
Be sure to write your occupation in the memo line of your check. If the check does
not list your address or telephone number, please also include those in the memo line. Contributions are limited to $1,000 per person or business.s.