In four decades of being involved with Florida politics I have never heard of a candidate that runs for three offices simultaneously.
Until I heard from Rubin Young.
Young told Browardbeat.com why he is running for three offices at once: “It like keeping your options opened.”
It’s perfectly legal. The law only restricts a candidate to one office when they qualify, which won’t take place until next Spring for two of the jobs he wants — Broward Clerk of the Courts and Supervisor of Elections. He is also running for County Commission District 2 in 2018.
I doubt that anybody would be lining up to give Young money after reading the rambling post below. Rambling is the nicest thing I can say about Young.