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Friday, November 30, 2018

Broward Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes Will Walk Away From Her Post With a Cushy Pension

Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes has come under fire for the numerous incidents of voter fraud and the lengthy recount process earlier this month. She finally decided to resign from her post after facing severe criticism. Now, it's coming to light that she will be receiving $11,000 a month in a pension. That equates to roughly $130,000 a year. Snipes was previously making $178,865 a year as Broward's Election Supervisor, the Sun-Sentinel reported.

Part of the reason her pension is so high is because of her time in government. She already receives $4,880 a month for her combined time as a teacher and school administrator. Snipes has received that part of her pension, in combination with her salary as Elections Supervisor, since she was appointed to the post by Gov. Jeb Bush in 2003. She won re-election to the post four different times since her appointment.



Anonymous said...

Really pisses me off.

Anonymous said...

Retirement larger than most workers income. I would walk for a lot less.

Anonymous said...

Karma will catch up eventually

Anonymous said...

And this is why states are going broke.

Anonymous said...

No one should be pissed/b*tch/moan. These opportunities are in ALL states, you must learn and find them. If you are not qualified, find out HOW to get qualified. You MUST find the jobs, they will NEVER find you!

Sometimes you may have to MOVE and if its worth getting $10K a month for retirement, find a way to move. These and many others have found the way!

If not, stop your b*tchin just for b*tchin!

Anonymous said...

And she will receive an additional +$2.5k a month in Social Security on top of her retirement.

Anonymous said...

12.08.....wrong. I am the wrong color to get those qualifications and breaks.