Republican voter Aaron Nevins has nixed his idea to hold a car race on a major Broward road on election day, an event he proposed because he said he didn't want to vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
Nevins, who formerly worked for state Sen. Ellyn Bogdanoff, R-Fort Lauderdale and his the son of political blogger Buddy Nevins, had sought to close a portion of U.S. 441 on Nov. 8th to hold an amateur car race. But it was clear that the Broward Sheriff's Office was not keen on his proposal and it looked unlikely he would get approval. Broward Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes vowed to fight any proposal to shut down a major road on election day.
Nevins said his proposal drew support as well as detractors.